It sounds promising as well for integration of ERMS data
into the discovery layer.
Our staff were impressed by Encore's handling of this
during our assessment stage. Their print serials holdings come from MARC, then
get merged with online serials from ERMS at display time.
This is currently slated as part of Phase 2 of our VuFind
role out, so any efforts to make the Record screen modular and multi-functional
are a step in the right direction.
Electronic Services Officer (Systems Team)
Division of Academic
University of Southern Queensland
Phone: +61 7 4631 1501
Fax: +61 7 4631 1841
So it seems that the metadata should map fairly
well (with my quick glance at the data) to the vufind field schema.
- I would just create a another "service" in vufind for EAD records that copies
or extends much of the functionality in the record service but is customized for
displaying the EAD data.
This is something that I always wanted to do for
displaying digital library records. My thought has always been to refactor
the record service a bit to allow for display based on record type or record
collection. Library catalog records could be displayed differently from
EAD, from digital library, etc. So if you are feeling really adventerous
you could take on refactoring the record service. But hopefully I will get
to it one of these days.
On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 1:53 PM, Ross Singer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You're going to regret this, for you
will forever wish you that you
On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 12:54 PM, Andrew Nagy <email@example.com
you share an EAD file - Im not sure if I have ever seen a live EAD
file. I might be able to come up with some additional ideas on this once
> look at the data.
could "unsee" the EAD.
about the non-wellformedness, this is a system I, obviously,
control over anymore...
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