Thanks for the help. It should be doable. Do you know if it's possible to control the number of entries per page, or is that locked? Ethan On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 6:11 PM, Ed Summers e...@pobox.com wrote: As Kevin said, I think you can use the Atom feed to page backwards through time.
Dear Code4Lib Community, The Rutgers University Libraries are pleased to announce the availability of OpenETD, a web-based software application for managing the submission, approval, and distribution of electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs). OpenETD is the open source release of the
Hard-coded. There's currently no way to pass a type of count parameter. Cordially, Kevin Ethan Gruber ewg4x...@gmail.com 05/14/10 9:58 AM Thanks for the help. It should be doable. Do you know if it's possible to control the number of entries per page, or is that locked? Ethan On Thu, May
Hi Fernando, I have started my experience with MARC in Mongo. I have import ~6 million MARC records (auth and bib) to MongoDB. The steps I took: 1) the source was MARCXML I created with XC OAI Toolkit. 2) I created an XSLT file which creates MARC-JSON from MARCXML I followed the MARC-JSON draft
We are doing a tiny experiment here at Notre Dame with the Internet Archive, specifically, we are determining whether or not we can supplement a special collection with full text content. We are hosting at site colloquially called the Catholic Portal -- a collection of rare, infrequently held,
Thanks for the tips. I got it working with an XSLT stylesheet, which I have attached for those who are interested. You can generate a test xml file with the command line: java -jar /path/to/saxon9.jar -s http://id.loc.gov/authorities/feed/page/1/-xsl:/path/to/update-lcsh.xsl date=2010-04-15
Hi, I may be able to assist you with the content mirroring part of this. The University of Toronto Libraries hosts one of the Internet Archive scanning operations through the Open Content Alliance and we host content originally scanned by the Archive through the OCUL Scholarsportal project