The plugin allows digital copies to be registered with the ePIC Service of the GWDG. Both the generation of Handle IDs and the registration of DOIs are possible. The Handles can be generated for each logical and physical element of a METS file and stored as metadata in each case.
GPL 2.0 oder neuer
Goobi workflow 2020.11
To install the plugin, the following file must be installed:
In order to configure how the plugin should behave, the following two configuration files must also be installed:
The configuration of the file
plugin_intranda_step_epic_pid.xml is structured as follows:
<config_plugin><config><!-- which projects to use for (can be more then one, otherwise use *) --><project>*</project><step>*</step><!-- authentication and main information --><certificate>/opt/digiverso/goobi/config/certificate.pem</certificate><user>USER</user><base>BASE</base><url>https://viewer.goobi.io/idresolver?handle=</url><!-- configuration for Handles --><prefix>go</prefix><name>goobi</name><separator>-</separator><!-- configuration for DOIs --><doiGenerate>true</doiGenerate><doiMapping>/opt/digiverso/goobi/config/plugin_intranda_step_epic_pid_mapping.xml</doiMapping></config></config_plugin>
<config> can occur repeatedly for different projects or workflow steps in order to be able to perform different actions within different workflows. The other parameters within this configuration file have the following meanings:
This parameter determines for which project the current block
This parameter controls for which workflow steps the block
This parameter sets the user name for authentication.
This sets the base name for the generation of the handles.
This parameter defines the final URL for the handle resolver. The beginning of the URL is defined at this point. The subsequently formed handle ID is placed at the end, so that the final URL will be structured as follows:
The actual handle is composed of several parts and usually has this structure:
This parameter defines the separator to be used between the individual elements of the generated handle.
This parameter determines whether a DOI identifier should also be generated in addition to the handle.
At this point a mapping file is named where the mappings of the metadata from the METS file to the DOI metadata are defined.
The configuration of the file
plugin_intranda_step_epic_pid_mapping.xml is structured as follows:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><Mapping><map><field>title</field><metadata>TitleDocMain</metadata><altMetadata>Title</altMetadata><default>Fragment</default></map><map><field>author</field><metadata>Author</metadata><default>intranda</default></map><map><field>publisher</field><metadata>Publisher</metadata><altMetadata>Source</altMetadata><default>intranda</default></map><map><field>pubdate</field><metadata>PublicationYear</metadata><altMetadata>PublicationYearSort</altMetadata><altMetadata>PublicationRun</altMetadata><default>intranda</default></map><map><field>inst</field><default>intranda</default></map></Mapping>
This configuration file defines how the available metadata from the METS file are to be used for registering the DOI. At least one metadata is defined for each field of the DOI that is to be used.
This parameter defines the DOI metadatum to be generated.
This parameter names the metadatum to be read from the METS file in order to use its value for the creation of the defined DOI field.
If the metadata defined with the
If the metadata defined by
To put the plugin into operation, it must be activated for one or more desired tasks in the workflow. This is done as shown in the following screenshot by selecting the plugin
intranda_step_epic_pid from the list of installed plugins.
Since this plugin is usually to be executed automatically, the work step should be configured as automatic in the workflow.
After the plugin has been fully installed and set up, it is usually executed automatically within the workflow, so there is no manual interaction with the user. Instead, the plugin is called by the workflow in the background and starts generating an identifier depending on the selected configuration. The plugin proceeds as follows:
The way the plugin works within the correctly configured workflow is as follows:
First, the plugin opens the METS file of the operation.
For each logical and physical element of this METS file, a handle in the form
PREFIX-CLIENT-OBJECTID is created. If the planned
OBJECTID is already assigned as a handle, an incrementing suffix (e.g.:
-2, etc.) is added at the end.
Finally, the generated handle is stored within the METS file as a metadatum for the respective logical or physical structural element. The metadata type
_urn is usually used for this purpose.
If the registration of DOIs has been activated, a new DOI identifier is generated for each logical top-level element in addition to the handle generation and stored within the METS file.
If a handle is registered, the following contents result from the communication with the ePIC service:
Handle Values for: BASE/go-goobi-1296243265-17Index Type Timestamp Data1 URL 2020-04-21 12:02:30Z https://viewer.goobi.io/idresolver?handle=2 TITLE 2020-04-21 12:02:30Z [Stammbuch Daniel Schelling]3 AUTHORS 2020-04-21 12:02:30Z Daniel Schelling4 PUBLISHER 2020-04-21 12:02:30Z Stadtarchiv Duderstadt5 PUBDATE 2020-04-21 12:02:30Z 16176 INST 2020-04-21 12:02:30Z intranda100 HS_ADMIN 2020-04-21 12:02:30Z handle=USER; index=300; [create hdl,delete hdl,read val,modify val,del val,add val,modify admin,del admin,add admin,list]
This information is then used by the GWDG's ePIC service to automatically generate a DOI identifier with the same ID: