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Welcome to the Djatoka Jpeg 2000 Image Server project wiki. This wiki intends to centralize all the knowledge about djatoka, and the clients and server extensions being developed.

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About the Djatoka Jpeg 2000 Image Server

djatoka is a Java-based open source image server with an attractive basic feature set and extensibility under control of the community of implementers. Off-the-shelf, djatoka provides compression and region extraction of JPEG 2000 images, URI-addressability of regions, and support for a rich set of input/output image formats (e.g., BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, PNM, TIF, JPEG 2000). djatoka also comes with a plug-in framework that allows transformations to be applied to regions and resolutions (e.g., watermarking).

What's New

  • Version 1.1 is now available - 2009/05/11
    • New Features
      • Added Scaling Support
      • Added JPX compositing layer extraction support (i.e. access to JPX frames)
          • New OpenURL Service Format Parameter: "svc.clayer"
          • Perform all djatoka functions on individual compositing layers
          • JPX compositing layer compression is not currently supported.
      • Added JP2 XML Box Support
      • Dynamic Database IReferentResolver Implementation using JBDC/DBCP; DatabaseResolver
      • Remote Referent (e.g., http & ftp) Access Controls
    • Enhancements
      • Solaris-x86 Kakadu Binaries
      • Enhanced Windows Batch Files
      • Extended TIFF Input Support (e.g., CCITT/LZW/PB)
      • New info:lanl-repo/svc/ping Service to see if resource is available and ready
      • Multi-file Input Compression Support
      • Improved Logging Support
      • Improved InputStream Support
      • Improved Tile Caching Logic
      • Now accepts a wider range of possible JPEG 2000 file extensions
      • DjatokaImageMigrator now checks to see if bitstream is JP2 compatible if an file extension is not found.
      • Improved KduExtractExe & KduCompressExe handling of InputStreams
      • Improved Region Out of bounds handling

Download

Demo

TROPICOS® - Image from the Missouri Botanical Garden's TROPICOS collection
Source: Missouri Botanical Garden

Ansel Adams’s Photographs of Japanese-American Internment at Manzanar Source: Library of Congress

Gregorian choir book Antiphonary Tsgrooten Source: University of Ghent

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