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[EP-tech] Re: Simple Repository deposit
Yes. It creates a single EPrints XML file, with base-64 encoded files embedded.
This can be added as a new EPrint then, using the CRUD API. We never really paid much attention to SWORD for this.
From: eprints-tech-bounces at ecs.soton.ac.uk [eprints-tech-bounces at ecs.soton.ac.uk] on behalf of Ian Stuart [Ian.Stuart at ed.ac.uk]
Sent: 07 May 2013 14:00
To: eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Subject: [EP-tech] Re: Simple Repository deposit
Can I just confirm: what this does is build an EPrintXML file, with the
documents as base_64-encoded elements encoded within the record...
.... and EPrints 3.3 can decode this as a single SWORD deposit item?
On 04/05/13 15:59, David Kane wrote:
> Hi All,
> The process of EPrints repository deposit through other applications is
> not straightforward even with SWORD. Especially with SWORD, it
> sometimes seems. So we cut through the Gordian Knot with our own sword.
> It seems as though many people have been facing a similar challenge to
> our own, where they merely wish to give staff the ability to make
> deposits into an EPrints repository through a website. Therefore, Tommy
> Ingulfsen, (of Cal. Tech. Library) and I have been working on a PHP
> wrapper class, designed to make remote EPrint deposit through PHP
> trivial. And it does that. It implements parts of the standard
> protocol, in combination with some uniquely EPrints capabilities (the
> CRUD API).
> Because it is a encapsulated in just a single class, is should be should
> be matter of plug-and-play to incorporate into the CodeIgniter or other
> PHP famework/CMS.
> The first version (Alpha!) is available now, for you to download:
> Please feel free to kick it about. Be aware though that it is still in
> alpha-release and will be subject to refinements and extensions, as and
> when we get time to work on it.
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