Yes, via lucene syntax

https://circle.ubc.ca/open-search/?query=title:%22El%20doctor%22&format=atom

Mark

On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 3:26 PM, Joerg Messer <joerg.messer@ubc.ca> wrote:
Mark,

Is it also possible to restrict your OpenSearch query to a specific index?

On 9/22/2011 2:38 PM, Mark Diggory wrote:
> Hilde,
>
> Peter and Colleen comment on some of the basics (OAI, SWORD, REST,
> OpenSearch). I'm not a big fan of using DRI or the METS xml renderings
> because they do not constitute a true "API" that the community has
> endorsed.
>
> DSpace's OpenSearch implementation does exist and supports the same
> features as the current search interface with an additional support for
> getting the content back in a specific format (atom or rss).
> https://circle.ubc.ca/open-search/?query=folksonomy&format=atom
> <https://circle.ubc.ca/open-search/?query=folksonomy&format=atom>
>
> You can designate a community/collection scope
>
> https://circle.ubc.ca/open-search/?scope=2429/21383&query=folksonomy&format=atom
> <https://circle.ubc.ca/open-search/?scope=2429/21383&query=folksonomy&format=atom>
>
> Theres a small inconsistency/bug in the implementation, you need to have
> a / after open-search/ to complete the query in XMLUI. This should
> probably be fixed before the next release.
>
> Best
> Mark
>
> On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 1:08 PM, Greene, Colleen
> <cgreene@exchange.fullerton.edu <mailto:cgreene@exchange.fullerton.edu>>
> wrote:
>
>     DSpace supports OAI-PMH, so if you’re wanting to push data to
>     another OAI-compatible site (i.e., Omeka), you can set your DSpace
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>     *From:*Colenbrander, Hilde [mailto:hilde.colenbrander@ubc.ca
>     <mailto:hilde.colenbrander@ubc.ca>]
>     *Sent:* Thursday, September 22, 2011 10:07 AM
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>     *Subject:* [Dspace-general] Pushing content to other web sites____
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>     Hello:____
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>     We’d like to provide flexible options for pushing DSpace content to
>     other web sites. RSS feeds are one option, of course. Any comments
>     on using Open Search? the REST API (DSpace 1.8)? other options?____
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>     Any insights would be much appreciated.____
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