Vocabulary Main index page

  • jerome zeiliger

    jerome zeiliger - 2012-03-09

    Now using Tematres 1.5, and implemented the federated model approach, like suggested at http://www.vocabularyserver.com/blog/905/
    Cannot understand where the main page (listing the different vocabularies/languages, such as in http://www.vocabularyserver.com/interwater/) comes from ?
    Is it made manually ? or which part of Tematres triggers its generation and from which data ?

    Thanks in advance

  • diego

    diego - 2012-03-09

    Hi Jized, the main page is static and is made manually. We do that  because the URL base of each vocabulary are stable (we hope :)).

    Your project are in the public web?

    please, let me know any problem

  • jerome zeiliger

    jerome zeiliger - 2012-03-12

    Thanks !
    The project is not yet public, but I will tell you as soon as it is.

    Am I wrong with my implementation of the federated approach (i.e. one db and install per language )  or is it the right way to do it ?

    And thus to create a terminological equivalence between a term in, let's say english and french, you have to set it one way (this french word equivalent to that english word) and then the other way (that english word equivalent to this french word). Is that right ?

    Thanks again.

  • diego

    diego - 2012-03-13

    Hi, you can install all the languages in one unique db, and use different table prefixs for each language. You can config the table prefix in db.tematres.php . We use this way in http://www.vocabularyserver.com/interwater/

    In federated model, each vocabulary is autonomous. For each term from the target vocabulary the source vocabulary storage the follow data:
    - string
    - URI for target vocabulary
    - URI for the term
    - datestamp

    If you want update data, tematres use the datestamp to ask for updates.

    And … yes… to create reverse relations you need to do relations from A -> B and from B -> A.





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