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[EP-tech] Re: SWORD deposit

Hi Andrew

David Kane and I wrote a basic PHP library for SWORD deposits:


I think our use case is quite different to Ian's, and maybe yours too, but
if you are somewhat familiar with PHP, you may be able to learn a little
from the spaghetti (the spaghetti is mine, David's code is nicer?). You
can use EPrints' own XML format to deposit, if that fits with what you
want to do, which EPrints can import automatically.

The core of EPrints 3.3's SWORD/AtomPub implementation is
$EPRINTSPATH/perl_lib/EPrints/Apache/CRUD.pm - there is some documentation



On 8/27/14 5:43 AM, "Andrew Beeken" <anbeeken at lincoln.ac.uk> wrote:

>Hello all!
>I?m currently trying to get my head around how the sword deposit into
>ePrints works so that I can implement it in the back end of an app I?m
>working on. I can?t seem to find any tutorials online so would someone be
>able to point me in the right direction?
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