Swithun Crowe | 1 Feb 12:43 2011
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Re: [fcrepo-user] tracking workflow

Hello

AW> Is anyone using Fedora to track ingestion workflow and could share his or
AW> her experiences?  I'm currently trying out a method that uses a simple
AW> object datastream that tracks what has been done to a SIP.  A submission
AW> would be in the form of a folder with some files.  A parent object in Fedora
AW> would hold descriptive metadata datastreams and a workflow metadata
AW> datastream, and each file would be ingested as a child object of the parent.
AW> The number and location of files would be put in the workflow 
AW> datastream prior to ingest.  When the ingest process runs, any errors 
AW> or other results would be logged to the workflow datastream.

At the University of St Andrews, I am working on getting Alfresco to be 
part of an OAIS compliant archive system, with Fedora as the final resting 
place for AIPs.

Alfresco will handle the work flows and perform various tasks, like virus 
scanning, resource discovery and technical metadata extraction and 
normalisation of formats (e.g. .doc to PDF/A). Once all this has been 
done, it will generate a METS wrapper containing all the XML datastreams 
and links to the non-XML documents that Fedora should manage, which can be 
ingested by Fedora as SIPs.

If you like the look of Alfresco, I can give you a copy of the code I have 
developed so far for performing these functions.

Swithun.

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Adam Wead | 1 Feb 15:31 2011
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Re: [fcrepo-user] tracking workflow

Hi Swithun,


Interesting.  Are you using the DM portion of Alfresco?  It sounds like your SIPs are created outside of Fedora.  Is Alfresco keeping workflow data separate from Fedora?

...adam

On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 6:43 AM, Swithun Crowe <cs2-T7IeVJDLM9PtNP1Hz/8erg@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hello

AW> Is anyone using Fedora to track ingestion workflow and could share his or
AW> her experiences?  I'm currently trying out a method that uses a simple
AW> object datastream that tracks what has been done to a SIP.  A submission
AW> would be in the form of a folder with some files.  A parent object in Fedora
AW> would hold descriptive metadata datastreams and a workflow metadata
AW> datastream, and each file would be ingested as a child object of the parent.
AW> The number and location of files would be put in the workflow
AW> datastream prior to ingest.  When the ingest process runs, any errors
AW> or other results would be logged to the workflow datastream.

At the University of St Andrews, I am working on getting Alfresco to be
part of an OAIS compliant archive system, with Fedora as the final resting
place for AIPs.

Alfresco will handle the work flows and perform various tasks, like virus
scanning, resource discovery and technical metadata extraction and
normalisation of formats (e.g. .doc to PDF/A). Once all this has been
done, it will generate a METS wrapper containing all the XML datastreams
and links to the non-XML documents that Fedora should manage, which can be
ingested by Fedora as SIPs.

If you like the look of Alfresco, I can give you a copy of the code I have
developed so far for performing these functions.

Swithun.

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Swithun Crowe | 1 Feb 16:26 2011
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Re: [fcrepo-user] tracking workflow

Hello

AW> Interesting.  Are you using the DM portion of Alfresco?  It sounds 
AW> like your SIPs are created outside of Fedora.  Is Alfresco keeping 
AW> workflow data separate from Fedora?

We will be using the Records Management module of Alfresco (DOD-5015 
certified) for part of the process. It gives better control over freezing 
documents and metadata, so that archivists can do appraisal of the 
documents added by the contributors and the metadata generated, without 
the contributors being able to undo what the archivists have done.

We'll also be using the SAMBA functionality in Alfresco Explorer (for bulk 
uploads), and the regular Alfresco Share.

The SIPs are created in Alfresco. Fedora can ingest METS documents as well 
as FOXML, so we thought we would go with the slightly more standard METS 
format.

Any work flow data or audit trail that we want to preserve will be added 
as a datastream to the SIP - maybe as a PREMIS event document. Fedora 
won't do anything special with this datastream, other than keep it safe 
and keep it associated with the original file.

Swithun.

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Kalaivani Ananthan | 1 Feb 19:26 2011
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[fcrepo-user] OpenWMS: a web-based workflow management tool for managing digital objects available for download

Dear Fedora-users,

The Rutgers University Libraries are pleased to announce the availability of OpenWMS, a web-based
workflow management tool for managing digital objects and their associated metadata.  OpenWMS is the
open-source release of the Rutgers University Libraries’ RUcore repository workflow management
tool and will be maintained on the RUcore annual release schedule. Releases will include fixes for known
problems and recommendations for enhancements received from internal projects and the user community
at large. OpenWMS can be used as a standalone metadata creation tool or it can interact with any repository
software for a complete digital object management solution.  

OpenWMS uses OpenMIC bibliographic utility which includes a complete METS metadata implementation with
descriptive metadata, source metadata, technical metadata and rights metadata documents. OpenWMS
incorporates MODS, Dublin Core, MIX (NISO technical metadata for images), AES (technical metadata for
sound recordings) and PREMIS.  

Features of OpenWMS:

•        An event-based data model that enables libraries and archives to document significant events in the
lifecycle of the resource, including full event description, agents and their roles and associated
documentation, in any METS metadata category

•        An authentication and authorization module that enables administrators to set permissions at the
organization and collection level

•        The ability to determine required data elements and establish templates, based on collection

•        The ability to add taxonomies to any vocabulary-based data element

•        Management options based on single or multiple-organization use

•        An intuitive user interface that can be customized for simple or complex levels of description
depending on the needs of the resource or collection or the expertise of the cataloger

•        Rich metadata for describing analog source objects, digital masters and associated rights

•        Complete documentation, including a metadata data dictionary

•        Configurable digital file handling module that allows the administrators to set up file uploading
policies based on the organization’s need

•        Ability to batch import metadata and digital files from external sources

•        Ability to batch export metadata records in XML

•        Ability to ingest digital objects into a Fedora repository

OpenWMS was developed through funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF Award No: 0226140), the
Institute of Museum and Library Services through a grant to develop the New Jersey Digital Highway
(www.njdigitalhighway.org) and financial support from the Library of Congress to develop a
bibliographic utility to support the MIC (Moving Image Collections) project.  OpenWMS has also
benefited greatly from the expertise of the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA), whose
members have contributed extensively to the technical metadata and events that can support the
preservation and management of moving images in an archival setting. The Rutgers University Libraries
gratefully acknowledges the support of these organizations.

OpenWMS can be downloaded from the RUcore Open Source Projects page: http://rucore.libraries.rutgers.edu/open/projects/openwms/

Please send inquiries to the Open Source Support Team (rucore_os <at> email.rutgers.edu).

Kalaivani Ananthan
Digital Library Applications Manager
Rutgers University Libraries
47 Davidson Road, Piscataway, NJ 08816

Phone: 732-445-5896

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Luca Lelli | 1 Feb 19:46 2011
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[fcrepo-dev] problems with proai.properties parameters configuration?

Hi,

in a project we are using Fedora Commons 3.3 with PROAI for providing 
data to be harvested.
We have seen that in some situations the cache of PROAI is not 
syncronized with Fedora Repository: i.e. some Fedora objetcs in PROAI 
cache are not present or if present are not aligned with the related 
Fedora objects. This seems to be more probable when some Fedora objects 
which are in state D (deleted)  are again activated i.e. the object 
state is modified to 'A'. The modification date of Fedora Object is 
correctly modified. But the PROAI cache signals always deleted.
Peharps thre are some issues with proai.properties parameters 
configuration? E.g. we are using proai.driverPollSeconds = 600 and the 
other Back-End Update Behavior parameters are left with default values 
(proai.maxWorkers = 5, proai.maxWorkBatchSize = 10, 
proai.maxFailedRetries = 3, proai.maxCommitQueueSize = 120, 
proai.maxRecordsPerTransaction = 60, proai.driverPollingEnabled = true).

Thanks for your attention

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[fcrepo-user] Modify RDF content

Hi,

 

Currently I add a custom node (isFeatured) in the RELS-EXT Datastream to grab objects I want to feature in my repository.  I didn’t really know any other way to do this so I used the RELS-EXT Datastream.  I want to modify RDF Datastream to add this custom node using Fedora APIM.  Is there a way to do this?  Or is there a way to read the RDF Datastream as an XML and add a node and then “re-add” the datastream?  Please let me know if there’s a better way to achieve this functionality. 

 

Pardon any ignorant questions I may ask, as I’m still a Newbie.

 

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Steve Bayliss | 2 Feb 08:16 2011
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Re: [fcrepo-user] HTTP response code for purgeRelationship (REST API)

Hi Peter

This looks like a documentation error.

https://jira.duraspace.org/browse/FCREPO-742 was implemented to address
determining whether or not a relationship was actually deleted: with a 200
OK status code in both cases, and the body of the response returning "true"
or "false" to indicate whether or not a relationship was actually deleted.

Though arguably a 404 response may be more appropriate if the relationship
could not be deleted because it did not exist.

I have updated the documentation to reflect the current behaviour.

Regards
Steve

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> From: Peter C. Gorman [mailto:pgorman@...] 
> Sent: 27 January 2011 16:57
> To: fedora-commons-users@...
> Subject: [fcrepo-user] HTTP response code for 
> purgeRelationship (REST API)
> 
> 
> Hello,
> 
> I've been working with the REST API to add and remove relationships 
> in RELS-EXT, and have found a discrepancy between the REST API 
> documentation and Fedora's behavior (3.4, 3.4.2).
> 
> The REST API documentation at 
> https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/FCR30/REST+API#RESTAPI-purg
eRelationship 
says that the expected HTTP response for purgeRelationship is 204. 
However, I get a 200 response code whether the purge is successful or 
not. Is this the wrong behavior, or is the documentation in error?

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Steve Bayliss | 2 Feb 08:31 2011
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Re: [fcrepo-user] Upgrading 3.3 to 3.4.2 question

Hi Walter

In the instructions at
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/FCR30/Upgrading+from+3.x#Upgradingfrom3.x
-Upgradingfrom3.xto3.4.2

At 2.b you should have modified fedora.fcfg's paths for these two locations
to point to your old object and datastream stores - so those old locations
are the locations that Fedora should be now using for your new installation.

Maybe the documentation wasn't clear in this respect?  (again I notice that
the 3.4.1 to 3.4.2 instructions have more detail on this).

So after you had followed the instructions these paths should remain as you
set them at 2.b - the old locations.

Regards
Steve

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> From: Walker Sampson [mailto:walker.sampson@...] 
> Sent: 31 January 2011 23:51
> To: Support and info exchange list for Fedora users.
> Subject: Re: [fcrepo-user] Upgrading 3.3 to 3.4.2 question
> 
> 
> Steve,
> 
> Thanks! I followed the instructions and the upgrade went smoothly.
> 
> I have a question about the locations of $FEDORA_HOME/data/objects and
> .../datastreams. As per the instructions, I pointed the new Fedora
> instance to the old repository's data/objects and data/datastreams
> folders in fedora.fcfg. This worked correctly and I was able to access
> all our content.
> 
> After completing the instructions I noticed in fedora.fcfg that the
> paths for objects and datastreams had been set to the new Fedora
> instance's location. I ingested a test object and its data seemed to
> be stored in these paths, but only this object, while all our old
> content was located in the older data/objects and data/datastreams
> paths.
> 
> My question is how does Fedora manage these two locations? Is there a
> symbolic link from the new paths to the old repository's directories?
> I am curious to know, partially in an attempt to anticipate future
> upgrades procedures, and partially to understand if it is safe to try
> and consolidate these locations.
> 
> My apologies if my explanations are unclear!
> 
> Walker
> 
> 
> On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 12:33 PM, Steve Bayliss
> <stephen.bayliss@...> wrote:
> > Hi Walter,  I've amended the wiki page slightly to 
> hopefully make that
> > clear.  Steve
> >
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: Walker Sampson [mailto:walker.sampson@...]
> >> Sent: 27 January 2011 17:02
> >> To: Support and info exchange list for Fedora users.
> >> Subject: Re: [fcrepo-user] Upgrading 3.3 to 3.4.2 question
> >>
> >>
> >> Steve,
> >>
> >> Ah I see. I'll set 3.4.2 in a new path then. Thanks for the help.
> >>
> >> Walker
> >>
> >> On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 6:20 PM, Steve Bayliss
> >> <stephen.bayliss@...> wrote:
> >> > Hi Walker
> >> >
> >> > I think the documentation might be a little imcomplete.
> >> >
> >> > I think for the 3.x to 3.4.2 upgrade instructions you
> >> should be installing
> >> > the new version of Fedora to a different location, which is
> >> not stated in
> >> > the instructions (it is for the 3.4.1 to 3.4.2 upgrade
> >> instructions though).
> >> >
> >> > So you should not choose to overwrite your existing
> >> installation, you should
> >> > install the new version to a new location and proceed with
> >> the instructions
> >> > from there.
> >> >
> >> > Regards
> >> > Steve
> >> >
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> >> >> From: Walker Sampson [mailto:walker.sampson@...]
> >> >> Sent: 26 January 2011 18:29
> >> >> To: Fedora Users
> >> >> Subject: [fcrepo-user] Upgrading 3.3 to 3.4.2 question
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> Hi all,
> >> >>
> >> >> I'm upgrading a Fedora 3.3 instance to Fedora 3.4.2 as per the
> >> >> instructions here:
> >> >>
> >> >> https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/FCR30/Upgrading+from+3.x
> >> >>
> >> >> When following Step 2, installing the newer version, I'm
> >> prompted as
> >> >> to whether I want to overwrite my Fedora home directory
> >> (which is the
> >> >> default, /usr/local/fedora). Should I overwrite this 
> directory or
> >> >> leave it?
> >> >>
> >> >> Thanks!
> >> >> Walker
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Steve Bayliss | 2 Feb 08:44 2011
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Re: [fcrepo-user] Modify RDF content

Hi Vincent
 
There are two methods to update relationships using API-M
 
The easiest is probably to use the relationships methods - see:
 
 
The second is as you suggest - read the RDF directly (eg API-A getDatastreamDissemination) , modify it in your application, and then update RELS-EXT with the updated version (eg the API-M modifyDatastream methods).
 
Full documentation on the REST and SOAP APIs is at:
 
Regards
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Subject: [fcrepo-user] Modify RDF content

Hi,

 

Currently I add a custom node (isFeatured) in the RELS-EXT Datastream to grab objects I want to feature in my repository.  I didn’t really know any other way to do this so I used the RELS-EXT Datastream.  I want to modify RDF Datastream to add this custom node using Fedora APIM.  Is there a way to do this?  Or is there a way to read the RDF Datastream as an XML and add a node and then “re-add” the datastream?  Please let me know if there’s a better way to achieve this functionality. 

 

Pardon any ignorant questions I may ask, as I’m still a Newbie.

 

Vincent Vu Nguyen

 

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Martinez Garcia, Agustina | 2 Feb 12:31 2011
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[fcrepo-user] Fedora Authentication

Hi all,

I would like some support in the use of the surrogate functionality for authentication through Fedora. We
have a web application that does a separate authentication to a MySQL database. The relational model for
this authentication supports roles. Once the user is authenticated in the system I would like to use those
credentials to access Fedora's rest APIs for management, like creating new objects and so on. I have been
reading through the Fedora documentation about the surrogate features but I still don't see clearly how
to use them since I am not familiar enough with these mechanisms. So any enlightening on this would be very appreciated.

Is anyone using these features at the moment?

Thanks in advance and best regards,
Agustina

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