• Like
  • Save
Sword Bl 0903[1]
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Sword Bl 0903[1]

on

  • 1,812 views

SWORD presentation give at the British Library.

SWORD presentation give at the British Library.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,812
Views on SlideShare
1,811
Embed Views
1

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
5
Comments
0

1 Embed 1

http://www.slideshare.net 1

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Sword Bl 0903[1] Sword Bl 0903[1] Presentation Transcript

  • SWORD Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit Julie Allinson 25th March 2009, British Library
  • SWORD Quick Introduction
    • Vision: “lowering barriers to deposit”
    • Simple Web service Offering Repository Deposit
    • Aims to provide a standard mechanism for ‘doing deposit’ into repositories
    • JISC funded project started 2007, continuation funding for SWORD 2 from June 2008
  • What is it?
    • A lightweight protocol for deposit
    • A profile of the Atom Publishing Protocol
    • Implementations of SWORD in IntraLibrary, Fedora, DSpace and Eprints repositories
    • SWORD clients – web-based, desktop, MS Office plugin, Facebook, widgets
  • Motivations – why?
    • no standard interface for tagging, packaging or authoring tools to upload objects into a repository
    • no standard interface for transferring digital objects between repositories
    • no way to deposit into more than one repository with one ‘click’
    • no way of initiating a deposit workflow from outside a repository system
  • The Project Partners
    • SWORD partners:
      • UKOLN, University of Bath and University of York (Project Management) – Adrian Stevenson & Julie Allinson
      • University of Aberystwyth (DSpace, Fedora, & clients) – Stuart Lewis, Neil Taylor, Glen Robson, Richard Jones
      • University of Southampton (EPrints) – Les Carr, Seb Francois
      • Intrallect (IntraLibrary) – Sarah Currier, Andrew Robson, Martin Morrey
      • Jim Downing – standards development
  • Use Cases
    • Deposit from a Desktop/Online tool
    • Multiple deposit - e.g. deposit to institutional and (mandated) funders’ repository with one action
    • Machine deposit - e.g. automated deposit from a laboratory machine
    • Migration/transfer - e.g. to a preservation service
    • Mediated deposit - e.g. deposit by a nominated representative, to additional repositories
  • Scenario 1
    • A lightweight deposit web service can facilitate this transfer of object(s)
    • Librarian L completes the deposit through the repository interface
    • id
    • Librarian L invokes deposit of a surrogate into arxiv.org
    • Deposit
    • id
    • Author A deposits via an easy-deposit desktop application into the institutional repository's mediated deposit queue
  • Scenario 2
    • A lightweight deposit web service can facilitate this transfer of object(s)
    • Deposit
    • The depositor can choose one or more repositories to deposit into
    • A depositor is required to submit to a Research Council repository, but they also wish to deposit into their institutional repository and a relevant subject repository
  • SWORD AtomPub Profile
  • Standards
    • WebDAV (http://www.webdav.org/)
    • JSR 170 (http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=170)
    • JSR 283 (http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=283)
    • SRW Update (http://www.loc.gov/standards/sru/)
    • Flickr Deposit API (http://www.flickr.com/services/api/)
    • Fedora Deposit API (http://www.fedora.info/definitions/1/0/api/)
    • OKI OSID (http://www.okiproject.org/)
    • ECL (http://ecl.iat.sfu.ca/)
    • ATOM Publishing Protocol (http://www.ietf.org/htmlcharters/atompub-charter.html)
  • AtomPub
    • “ the Atom Publishing Protocol is an application-level protocol for publishing and editing Web resources”
    • benefits
      • supports many of our parameters and requirements, in particular file deposit
      • it already exists and has growing support
      • it is well-used in popular applications
      • it has an extension mechanism
      • good fit with the Web architecture
    • drawbacks / risks
      • too much of a retrofit?
      • it is designed for a single package/file OR an atom document – this means that we need to package up metadata and files
  • SWORD AtomPub Profile
    • SWORD profile builds on AtomPub
    • Provides extensions, constraint relaxations and enforcements when:
      • Clients post compound resources (zip,tar)
      • Mediated deposit required
      • Workflows involved
    • SWORD compliance does not preclude AtomPub compliance
  • SWORD APP Package Support
    • AtomPub uses MIME to describe resources
      • SWORD supports accepting MIME types, but
    • Inadequate for compound types e.g.
      • Zip, tar
      • METS, SCORM, MPEG21, DIDL packages
    • SWORD extends AtomPub:
      • sword:acceptPackaging element
      • Value taken from SWORD package types
      • Developing area
  • SWORD APP Mediated Deposit
    • SWORD deposit client user may not be owner of resource
    • SWORD allows clients to set a HTTP header:
      • X-On-Behalf-Of
    • Assumes trust between owner and mediating user
    • Future development could explore OAuth for creating trust relationships
  • More Features
    • No-Op (Dry Run)
    • Verbose Output
    • Client and Server Identity
    • Auto-Discovery
    • Error Documents
    • Nested Service Description
  • SWORD APP Error Documents
    • SWORD adds new class of document to AtomPub to allow better error description
      • ErrorContent
      • ErrorChecksumMismatch
      • ErrorBadRequest
      • TargetOwnerUnknown
      • MediationNotAllowed
  • SWORD Profile of AtomPub
      • Protocol Operations
        • Retrieving Service Document
        • Listing Collections
        • Creating a Resource
        • Editing/Deleting resource – not part of SWORD, optional
      • Service Documents
        • new elements: version, verbose, noOp, maxUploadSize, collectionPolicy, mediation, treatment, acceptPackaging, service
      • increasing requirement for persistent Atom Entry Documents
  • How it Works
    • Issue HTTP requests (GET, POST) from client to SWORD interface
      • GET Service Document (explain/discover)
      • POST ATOM document or file/package to collection URI
    • HTTP response and ATOM document is returned
    • HTTP basic authentication should be supported
  • SWORD In Use
  • Implementations
    • Repository implementations
      • DSpace
      • EPrints
      • IntraLibrary
      • Fedora
    • Client implementations
      • command-line, desktop and web clients
      • Facebook Client
      • Deposit from within MS Word & Powerpoint
      • Feedforward / FOREsite and others
      • Java, PHP and .NET libraries
  • Web Interface
  • Fedora deposit
  • Fedora Deposit response
  • Validation
  • SWORD in use
    • In addition to the case study implementations:
      • Feedforward has already implemented
      • ICE project is looking at SWORD
      • DSpace and EPrints installations already exist
      • Microsoft eChemistry work
      • OAI-ORE - FOREsite work
      • more are planned
    • NISO activity around deposit
    • Collaberation with Nature Publishing Group possible
    • York – funded project around SWORD
  • More Info and Contact
    • SWORD Website:
    • http://www.swordapp.org
    • General queries:
      • Adrian Stevenson [email_address]
    • Technical queries:
      • sword sourceforge list [email_address]
  • OAI-ORE Object Re-use and Exchange Julie Allinson 25th March 2009, British Library
  • ORE background
    • commenced October 2006
    • stands for ‘Object Reuse and Exchange’
    • falls in the remit of the Open Archives Initiative (creators of OAI-PMH)
    • funded by the Mellon Foundation, with support from the National Science Foundation in the U.S.
    • international focus and lots of interest
    • a 2 year project, not the answer to all our problems
    • ended September 2008
  • ORE Results
    • Primer – in heavy use for the presentation!
    • User Guides
      • Resource Map implementation in ATOM, RDF/XML, RDFa, HTTP
      • Resource Map Discovery
    • Specifications – Abstract Model and Vocabulary
    • Tools and additional resources
  • Key terminology for ORE
    • Aggregations
    • Web architecture – resource, URI, representation, link
    • Resource Maps
    • Linked Data / Semantic Web
    • RDF
    • ATOM
    • Serialization
  • ORE in one sentence
    • “ ORE is a serialization format for describing aggregations of Web resources”
    • (according to me)
  • Relationship to OAI-PMH
    • OAI-ORE is NOT a replacement for OAI-PMH
    • OAI-PMH will continue to exist as one approach to interoperability
      • OAI-PMH metadata-centric
    • OAI-ORE will complement with richer functionality, when this is desirable
      • OAI-ORE is resource centric
  • An example
    • The ForeSite toolkit
      • “ Libraries for constructing, parsing, manipulating and serializing OAI-ORE Resource Maps”
      • Demonstrator created Resource Maps of journals in JSTOR, delivered as ATOM documents via SWORD DSpace interface
  •  
  •  
  • That’s it.