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1From amin.hedjazi at gmail.com Mon Nov 3 20:32:37 2008
2From: amin.hedjazi at gmail.com (Amin Hedjazi)
3Date: Mon Nov 3 20:32:45 2008
4Subject: [greenstone-devel] Fwd: Question: how to have Greenstone ina
5 webArchive format (.war)
6In-Reply-To: <[email protected]>
7References: <[email protected]>
8Message-ID: <[email protected]>
9
10hellow my name is amin hedjazi i am working to locolize greenstone3 for
11persan language
12and now i have some problems , i want to deploy greenstone3 on a nother
13server .
14sofar i have been building greenstone3 trunk version on eclipse and have
15been runing it with its own .bat file
16which runs it under a embedded tomcat as a local server now i want to deploy
17my work on a public apache tomcat server which i have acces to by
18only the Online manager and i need the .war file too deploy GreenStone3
19Files and servlet i wonder if any body out there coulde help me on this.
20thank you amin hedjazi
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24From amin.hedjazi at gmail.com Mon Nov 3 20:24:44 2008
25From: amin.hedjazi at gmail.com (Amin Hedjazi)
26Date: Tue Nov 4 21:39:05 2008
27Subject: [greenstone-devel] Question: how to have Greenstone ina webArchive
28 format (.war)
29Message-ID: <[email protected]>
30
31hellow my name is amin hedjazi i am working to locolize greenstone3 for
32persan language
33and now i have some problems , i want to deploy greenstone3 on a nother
34server .
35sofar i have been building greenstone3 trunk version on eclipse and have
36been runing it with its own .bat file
37which runs it under a embedded tomcat as a local server now i want to deploy
38my work on a public apache tomcat server which i have acces to by
39only the Online manager and i need the .war file too deploy GreenStone3
40Files and servlet i wonder if any body out there coulde hellp me on this
41thank you amin hedjazi
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45From dspano at orsna.gov.ar Wed Nov 5 08:54:13 2008
46From: dspano at orsna.gov.ar (Diego Spano)
47Date: Wed Nov 5 08:52:44 2008
48Subject: [greenstone-devel] Archives - Index/assoc: why both?
49Message-ID: <!&!AAAAAAAAAAAYAAAAAAAAAMqkfLKn3i1CvY3Zg+pc6XzigAAAEAAAAEtb1H+TZexMs7JT7EsI2z8BAAAAAA==@orsna.gov.ar>
50
51Hi list,
52
53it is well known that every document in import folder generates a folder in
54archives after the import process. Then, building process copies all source
55files to index/assoc, so we have duplicated disk space needed to host all
56files.
57
58I have a collection with almost 700.000 tiff files, all imported with
59Pagedimgplug. This collection is not a static one, every couple of days we
60add new documents, so we have two options:
61
621- Use Lucene and incremental building: this sounds interesting but we have
63many problems with parsing doc.xml files, accents and many other things.
64
652- Use MGPP: it works great, we have all the features we need but
66incremental indexing is not possible. So every few days we have to reindex
67all again, and again... This approach consumes a reasonable time to generate
68indexes, but it spends a lot of time copying 700.000 files from archives to
69building/assoc, and deleting the old index folder with the other 700.000
70files.
71
72The questions are:
73
74a- Is it possible to link to source files directly from archives folder?.
75This will result in saving a lot of time because copying files form archives
76to assoc is no more necessary. I remember that someone asked for something
77like this, but I canŽt find the mail in the email archives collection. I
78think that builcol.pl must be modified to work this way. Is there anybody
79out there that can do it?.
80
81b- Is it possible to add an option to future releases where the user can
82choose weather buildcol with source docs in place (in archives folders) or
83not?.
84
85TIA.
86
87Diego Spano
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91From amin.hedjazi at gmail.com Wed Nov 5 19:19:45 2008
92From: amin.hedjazi at gmail.com (Amin Hedjazi)
93Date: Wed Nov 5 19:19:52 2008
94Subject: [greenstone-devel] Question about Collection Customization
95In-Reply-To: <[email protected]>
96References: <[email protected]>
97Message-ID: <[email protected]>
98
99hello every one i am amin
100and i got some questions about collection customization in GS3
101what i want to do hear is to build a collection whit some pdf file whit Marc
102metadata description but i do not want to show the compleate pdfs on the
103greenstone
104online interface but the only marc metadata descryption should be shown in
105the there whit a linke to the pdf file for download , for now the only
106search options would be the mark metadata file field to be searched
107ok now
108
1091 . is there any way for me to do this whit the standard greenstone plugins
110and collections ?
1112 . or should i make my own Collections if so i would like to now where to
112start at ?
113
114so far i have read the Greenstone3 manual and got farmiliar whit the
115architecture consepts and service developments
116but i couldent find some good resources for plugin developements if there is
117any out there i would appreciate it if some one woulde let me now about it.
118
119**<http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&ct=res&cd=2&url=http%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FOptical_character_recognition&ei=QTYRSZC2Oom4sAODgKWTCQ&usg=AFQjCNFeJw7ESCWs7JHfY_fxn5sHjjkL4w&sig2=ALY7Q7vub_rcKvwze4rFWw>
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123From greenstone_team at cs.waikato.ac.nz Thu Nov 13 17:35:11 2008
124From: greenstone_team at cs.waikato.ac.nz (Anupama of Greenstone Team)
125Date: Thu Nov 13 17:35:16 2008
126Subject: [greenstone-devel] Greenstone 2.81 released!
127Message-ID: <[email protected]>
128
129Hi everyone,
130
131We are pleased to announce that the Windows, GNU/Linux, Mac OS/X and
132Source distributions of Greenstone v2.81
133are now available for download from our sourceforge page:
134http://sourceforge.net/projects/greenstone or from
135http://www.greenstone.org/download
136
137Release notes are copied below.
138
139This has been a long time coming, thank you for your patience.
140
141As always, please report any problems or bugs to the mailing list.
142
143Regards,
144Katherine and the rest of the Greenstone team.
145
146------------------------------
147Greenstone 2.81 release notes
148------------------------------
149
150Important changes in this release include, in no particular order:
151
152Installer:
153--------------
154
155The Greenstone installer downloads are now created using only open source
156software, including Ant Installer (http://antinstaller.sourceforge.net/),
157Apache Ant (http://ant.apache.org/), our own search4j (based on launch4j
158http://launch4j.sourceforge.net/), and our own Greenstone release kits.
159
160We felt it was essential to move away from our existing, closed-source
161installer suite as it was not in the spirit of Greenstone to rely on
162proprietary software, and it invited the unnecessary cost of keeping the
163suite
164up-to-date.
165
166Using only open source software has also given us the freedom to
167customise the
168user experience of the installers. Where a feature was lacking in one of
169the
170open source packages, we have enjoyed the ability to "open the hood" and
171implement it.
172
173With the development of the Greenstone release kits we are now able to
174generate
175 releases of Greenstone automatically and unattended. This process
176takes just
17720 minutes, and it has helped us a lot in the development and testing of
178new
179features of Greenstone. We have been able to set up a feedback loop,
180where code
181 committed one day is included in an automatic nightly snapshot release
182made
183available for download on our website the next day. Our users have also
184benefited from being able to obtain up-to-date snapshot releases of
185Greenstone
186in between our official releases.
187
188These daily snapshots are available through:
189
190 http://www.greenstone.org/snapshots
191
192On Windows, the version number is included in the Start Menu which means
193that
194multiple installations of Greenstone will have their own entries in the
195Start
196Menu. The installer no longer writes to the registry, so installation no
197longer requires administrator privileges.
198
199ImageMagick is now bundled with Greenstone for binary web releases for all
200platforms (previously it was only provided on a CD-ROM release) and
201includes
202JPEG2000 support. The installer offers the option to install this or not.
203You can skip installing it if you already have ImageMagick previously
204installed.
205
206Ghostscript is now bundled with Greenstone for binary web releases for
207Windows
208and Mac. The installer offers the option to install this or not. You can
209skip installing it if you already have Ghostscript previously installed.
210
211Importing and Plugin Changes:
212------------------------------
213
214Plugin Restructuring: The plugins have been restructured. This has been
215done
216mostly for coding efficiency. The most noticeable change is that plugins
217have
218been renamed. xxxPlug now becomes xxxPlugin, and some have also had
219their names
220 modified or expanded to be clearer. For example, DBPlug is now
221DatabasePlugin,
222 PPTPlug is PowerPointPlugin. The complete list of new plugins can be
223seen at
224http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/Plugins. Old collections should
225still build okay in GLI, which will map the old plugin names to the new
226ones.
227Command line building should also work, but the configuration file won't be
228altered to use the new names.
229
230A lot of work has been done trying to get Greenstone to work properly with
231non-ascii filenames. Two versions of the filename are stored, [Source] for
232displaying the filename, and [SourceFile] for linking to the file from a
233web page.
234
235The -smart_block option (most commonly seen with HTMLPlugin) has been
236deprecated
237. Instead we have a first pass through the documents to find out which ones
238should be blocked.
239
240MARCPlugin and MARCXMLPlugin can now map metadata to Qualified Dublin
241Core as
242well as Dublin Core.
243
244MARCXMLPlugin now assigns metadata from metadata.xml files.
245
246EMAILPlugin now saves binary attachments as binary files on Windows
247
248ImagePlugin and PagedImagePlugin now offer the -cache_generated_images
249option
250to prevent thumbnails and screenview images being recreated each import.
251
252OAIPlugin saves the metadata as Dublin Core rather than moving it all to
253the ex
254 metadata set. This means that it won't show up in the GLI unless the
255files are
256 exploded. Exploding is now available for OAI records.
257
258ProCitePlugin no longer uses the pc namespace. Metadata is stored using the
259field names set in the workform definition, rather than using Field1Name
260and
261Field1Value etc..
262
263-reversesort option to import.pl to be used with -sortmeta option to
264sort in
265reverse order.
266
267Tidied up OID generation. OIDtype and OIDmetadata options are now available
268for each plugin as well as globally from import.pl. Hashing usually
269occurs on
270the original file, but some plugins specify that hashing should be done
271on the
272Greenstone XML document.
273
274Building and Indexing Changes:
275-------------------------------
276
277Improvements to Lucene incremental building. Lucene document identifiers
278now
279match Greenstone identifiers, rather than 1, 2, 3. Rebuilding with no new
280documents shouldn't break the index.
281
282MGPP and Lucene building tidied up. 'allfields' now means combined
283searching
284over all specified indexes (not all document metadata) for both mgpp and
285lucene.
286 'metadata' will index all metadata, but no longer reindexes metadata
287that has
288already been specified. MGPP indexing over combined fields now works
289properly.
290
291New collection configuration file option: infodbtype. Values include
292gdbm (the
293default), gdbm-txtgz, sqlite, mssql. This specifies what database system
294to use
295for the collection metadata database. Currently this needs to be added to
296collect.cfg by hand, as it is not available in GLI yet.
297
298gdbm: the default, and is what has always been used previously. This is
299platform dependent. It transfers between Windows and Linux, but not
300to/from a
301Mac.
302
303gdbm-txtgz: A gzipped text version of the database. At runtime, the
304first time
305this collection is accessed, it will be unpacked and converted to the
306appropriate GDBM database using txt2db. This is a good choice if you are
307creating a collection to be used on another operating system, especially if
308one or more of those operating systems is a Mac.
309
310sqlite: Platform independent database using SQLite. The new dynamic
311classifiers
312 (created at runtime) can be used with this database. See
313http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/More_about_classifiers#How_do_I_use_dynamic_classifiers.3F
314
315for more information. Thanks to DL Consulting
316
317mssql: Windows specific database using MS SQL Server. See
318http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/Using_MSSQL_for_Collection_Database
319
320for information about how to set this up. Thanks to DL Consulting
321
322Depositor:
323------------
324
325Collection editing using the Depositor is now enabled by default for the
326admin
327user.
328
329The metadata fields offered for each document can now easily be customised
330from the GLI.
331
332By default, the depositor will import and build each document into the
333collection when it is added. It can now be easily set up to just "deposit"
334the item without rebuilding.
335
336See http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/How_to_use_the_depositor for
337more information.
338
339GLI
340-------
341
342A new right-click file option for binary files that go through a conversion
343process to be imported, such as PDF, Word and PowerPoint files. "Replace
344source
345document with HTML" will convert the original file to HTML and replace
346it in
347the collection. This means that the converted HTML (which may be
348unattractive)
349can now be modified in the collection. This is available for Remote GLI too.
350
351A new right-click file option on the collection tree background to
352refresh the
353file view. This is useful if you have manually added files to the
354collection
355outside of GLI.
356
357MetadataXMLPlugin has been moved 'below the line' in the Plugins panel so
358cannot be removed in GLI. If you are using GLI to add metadata, then you
359need
360this plugin.
361
362The Export As option now only exports one collection at a time. Collections
363can be exported as GreenstoneMETS, FedoraMETS, MARCXML and DSpace archive.
364
365'NavigationBar pulldown' added to the list of format options - this
366makes the
367navigation 'bar' a drop down list instead of a bar across the page.
368
369Lots of work done on making the Download panel work better, including
370getting
371download processes to terminate when they are cancelled or when GLI is
372closed
373while they are still running.
374
375New panel under the Format tab, "Depositor Metadata" which allows
376customisation of which metadata fields should be offered in the
377depositor for
378that collection.
379
380CJK segmentation option has been added to GLI. This doesn't do proper word
381segmentation, but adds a space in between each CJK character. The character
382ranges have been expanded to work with Japanese and Korean. It is
383applied to
384metadata as well as document text.
385
386New panel under the Create tab allowing the scheduling of automatic
387collection
388rebuilding.
389
390Greenstone Runtime:
391----------------------
392
393Large code restructuring. Code is split between common-src, build-src and
394runtime-src. Makes it easer to use code in other projets, such as
395Greenstone 3
396and running Greenstone on an iPhone/iPod Touch.
397
398External links now default to going straight to the web page, rather than
399showing a warning page first.
400
401Improvements to the oaiserver, thanks to DL Consulting. Resumption token
402support has been added, and it now validates against online validation
403tools.
404
405Greenstone now compiles for Linux on 64-bit platforms. All programs are
406compiled natively for 64-bit, except for those that rely on mg/mgpp, which
407still need to be 32-bit compiled. As part of the configure/make
408process, the
409correct flags are automatically set, so from the developers point of
410view you
411compile up Greenstone on a 64-bit machine the exact same way you do for any
412other Unix-based system.
413
414FLI - Fedora Librarian Interface
415---------------------------------
416
417The Fedora Librarian Interface (FLI) is very much like GLI in that it
418allows
419you to gather together your documents. It then uses Greenstone's ability to
420convert documents into the FedoraMETS format so that these can be ingested
421(put into) a Fedora repository. The process of building a collection
422using FLI
423exports documents into a repository maintained by a Fedora server rather
424than
425one maintained by Greenstone. In order to use FLI, you will need to have
426Fedora installed. More information on how to install Fedora and set it up
427to work with FLI, and how to run FLI itself, can be found in the documents:
428
4291. Installing Fedora (2.2.1/3.0) and Fedora-related information
430http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/InstallingFedora
431
4322. Installing Fedora Generic Search (to provide full-text indexing and
433searching capabilities for a Fedora repository)
434http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/InstallingFedoraGSearch
435
4363. Running FLI, the Fedora Librarian Interface
437http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/RunningFLI
438
439
440Translations:
441--------------
442
443Thanks to:
444
445John Rose, for help with English GLI help, French translations for GLI
446and Greenstone.
447Maxime Rouast for Greenstone French translations
448Celine Guimbertaud for GLI French translations
449Yohannes Mulugeta and Abiyot Bayou for Greenstone Amharic translations
450Kamal Salih for GLI Arabic translations
451Gerhard Riesthuis for Greenstone Dutch translations
452Mohan Raj Pradhan for GLI Nepali translations.
453Diego Spano for translating the installer's interface into Spanish.
454Xiaofeng Yu for translating the installer's interface into Mandarin.
455Doris Jung for translating the installer's interface into German.
456
457
458...and many other minor improvements and bug fixes
459
460We want to ensure that Greenstone works well for you. Please report any
461problems to the Greenstone mailing list
462[email protected].
463
464
465[DL Consulting (http://www.dlconsulting.com) are the world's leading
466suppliers
467of commercial consulting, customization, support, maintenance and hosting
468services for the Greenstone digital library software suite.]
469
470From kjdon at cs.waikato.ac.nz Mon Nov 17 12:49:21 2008
471From: kjdon at cs.waikato.ac.nz (Katherine Don)
472Date: Mon Nov 17 12:49:24 2008
473Subject: [greenstone-devel] Lucene with 2.81
474Message-ID: <[email protected]>
475
476Hi everyone
477
478The Lucene jar file is missing from the 2.81 release. If you want to
479build collections with Lucene, please download
480http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~kjdon/greenstone2.81/LuceneWrapper.jar
481and put it into the bin/java directory of your Greenstone 2.81 installation.
482
483Regards,
484Katherine
485
486
487From kjdon at cs.waikato.ac.nz Mon Nov 17 15:05:43 2008
488From: kjdon at cs.waikato.ac.nz (Katherine Don)
489Date: Mon Nov 17 15:05:51 2008
490Subject: [greenstone-devel] Re: [greenstone-users] oai harvesting with
491 greenstone
492In-Reply-To: <D6B530A1090A224EA17A37D3BFE35F5E264EF55BCF@XVS2-CLUSTER.yu.yale.edu>
493References: <[email protected]>
494 <D6B530A1090A224EA17A37D3BFE35F5E264EF55BCF@XVS2-CLUSTER.yu.yale.edu>
495Message-ID: <[email protected]>
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499From sklein at pratt.edu Tue Nov 18 03:21:27 2008
500From: sklein at pratt.edu (Stephen I. Klein)
501Date: Tue Nov 18 03:20:54 2008
502Subject: [greenstone-devel] RE: [greenstone-users] oai harvesting with
503 greenstone
504In-Reply-To: <[email protected]>
505References: <[email protected]>
506 <D6B530A1090A224EA17A37D3BFE35F5E264EF55BCF@XVS2-CLUSTER.yu.yale.edu>
507 <[email protected]>
508Message-ID: <[email protected]>
509
510I am sort of confused. We would like to be able to generate an OAI
511compliant file with a colelciton in Greenstone to make available for
512harvesting outside of Greenstone via OAIster. Does Greenstone allow for
513this?
514
515
516
517Thank you.
518
519
520
521Sincerely,
522
523
524
525Stephen
526
527
528
529Stephen I. Klein
530Electronic Resources/Systems Librarian
531Assistant Professor
532Pratt Institute Library
533200 Willoughby Avenue
534Brooklyn, NY 11205
535[email protected]
536(718) 399 4423
537Pratt
538
539
540
541 _____
542
543From: Katherine Don [mailto:[email protected]]
544Sent: Sunday, November 16, 2008 09:06 PM
545To: Belanger, Arthur
546Cc: Stephen I. Klein; [email protected];
547[email protected]
548Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] oai harvesting with greenstone
549
550
551
552Hi Arthur and Stephen
553
554Michael from dlconsulting (dlconsulting.com) has done some work on this, and
555our OAI server now validates. The 2.81 release contains the new server if
556you'd like to try it. You can get it from www.greenstone.org/download
557
558Regards,
559Katherine
560
561Belanger, Arthur wrote:
562
563Stephen,
564
565
566
567Greenstone does have an OAI server as well as an OAI harvester. However, I
568just tried my server with the OAI repository Explorer at
569http://re.cs.uct.ac.za/ and it failed.
570
571
572
573I did also run it through the Data Provider Validation and Registration at
574http://www.openarchives.org/Register/ValidateSite and it failed 2 tests,
575improper response to an invalid request and a problem with some characters
576in the data (this is my problem). The first problem may be a limit in GS'
577oaiserver.
578
579
580
581--
582Arthur Belanger
583Medical Library System Manager
584ITS Academic Media & Technology
585Yale University
586PO Box 208065
587New Haven, CT 06520-8065
588
589
590
591(203) 785-6928
592(203) 737-2859, fax
593
594
595
596mailto:[email protected]
597http://www.yale.edu/its/about/amt
598http://info.med.yale.edu/library
599
600
601
602NOTE: Yale ITS will NEVER request passwords or other personal information
603via email. Messages requesting such information are fraudulent and should be
604deleted.
605
606 _____
607
608From: [email protected]
609[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of
610Stephen I. Klein
611Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2008 1:45 PM
612To: [email protected];
613[email protected]
614Subject: [greenstone-users] oai harvesting with greenstone
615
616
617
618We are migrating our digital collections and need to keep our collection OAI
619harvestable. We currently have a presence via OAIster
620(http://oaister.umdl.umich.edu/o/oaister/) and have intermediated through
621the Los Alamos Gateway at:
622
623
624
625http://libtest.lanl.gov/
626
627
628
629Does Greenstone allow for the building of OAI compliant XML files that are
630successfully intermediated via a standard gateway and harvestable with
631OAIster?
632
633
634
635The following page suggests the inverse:
636
637
638
639http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/OAI_support
640
641
642
643Any suggestions to approach this goal would be greatly appreciated. Thank
644you.
645
646
647
648Regards,
649
650
651
652Stephen
653
654
655
656
657
658Stephen I. Klein
659Electronic Resources/Systems Librarian
660Assistant Professor
661Pratt Institute Library
662200 Willoughby Avenue
663Brooklyn, NY 11205
664[email protected]
665(718) 399 4423
666Pratt
667
668
669
670
671
672
673
674
675
676 _____
677
678
679
680
681_______________________________________________
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683[email protected]
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689From greenstone_team at cs.waikato.ac.nz Tue Nov 18 12:19:35 2008
690From: greenstone_team at cs.waikato.ac.nz (Anupama of Greenstone Team)
691Date: Tue Nov 18 12:19:40 2008
692Subject: [greenstone-devel] Re: [greenstone-users] Problem white GLi Client
693 Login
694In-Reply-To: <[email protected]>
695References: <[email protected]>
696 <[email protected]>
697 <[email protected]>
698Message-ID: <[email protected]>
699
700Hi Amin,
701
7021. > what did you ment by
703 > >I see you're using an older version of GS3, since some source code
704 > updates in the last >months meant that gliserver4gs3.pl is no longer
705 > used by the current GS3 code.
706 > i Downlaoded the GS3.03 from the greenstone site
707 > what do you guyes use now ?
708 > and give me the linke in the tracs so i could see it for my self
709 > is it all java ?
710 > which one is better to use for now until its compleate?
711
712The latest version of Greenstone 3 needs lots of changes to catch up and
713work well again, because our focus in the recent weeks was all on
714Greenstone 2 for its release.
715
716Therefore, for now, use the version of Greenstone 3 you have. In a
717little while, GS3 will be sufficiently updated for you to work with the
718latest from SVN. The SVN url (from TRAC) for GS3 is
719svn co http://svn.greenstone.org/greenstone3/trunk greenstone3
720
7212. About your language translation questions, I've forwarded them to the
722person who knows a lot about the language interface for GS and GLI.
723Though the developer in question is out of the country at the moment, I
724am hopeful they may respond when they find the time.
725
726
7273. > how ever the error had changed since whit out the javahome varible
728 > tests previosly it was like bellow
729Probably this is because the error output code has changed.
730
731The old error message you encountered said:
732 > Content-type:text/plain ERROR: Java failed -- do you have the Java
733 > run-time installed? JAVA_HOME environment variable not set. Might not
734 > be able to find Java unless in PATH
735Therefore, will you try again after adding Java's bin library to your path.
736
737For instance my PATH starts with:
738/opt/jdk1.5.0_10/bin:/opt/jdk1.5.0_10/bin/javac:/path/to/apache-ant-1.6.5:
739/path/to/fedora3/server/bin:/path/to/fedora3/client/bin:/opt/jdk1.5.0_10/jre:<more>
740
741As you see in the above, I have the PATH to the JRE at the end. Try that
742first. Otherwise (and I hope this is not necessary), you can try to add
743your JDK's bin folder and javac to the PATH, similar to how my PATH
744contains them both.
745
746Tell me how you get on,
747Anupama
748
749
750Amin Hedjazi wrote:
751> thanx Anupama and Quan , i realy appreciate you guyes answering my
752> questions .
753> but this all dident work again
754> i downloaded the latest files from the trac site and worked whit them ,
755> first whit only the downloaded files and then inserted the javahome home
756> and done all that my 3 varibles in the cfg file are like bellow :
757>
758> gsdl3srchome "C:\Program Files\Greenstone3"
759> gsdlhome "C:\Program Files\Greenstone3\gs2build"
760> javahome "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0"
761>
762> and i uncomented the two lines in the .pm file (line 287 and 292)
763> but im steel geting the error
764>
765> Content-type:text/plain ERROR: Java failed -- do you have the Java
766> run-time installed? GSDL3SRCHOME: C:\Program Files\Greenstone3
767> GSDLHOME: C:\Program Files\Greenstone3\gs2build GSDLOS: windows PATH:
768> ;C:\Program Files\Greenstone3\gs2build\bin\script;C:\Program
769> Files\Greenstone3\gs2build\bin\windows;C:\Program
770> Files\Greenstone3\gs2build\bin\windows\perl\bin (cmd=check-installation)
771>
772> how ever the error had changed since whit out the javahome varible tests
773> previosly it was like bellow
774>
775> Content-type:text/plain ERROR: Java failed -- do you have the Java
776> run-time installed? JAVA_HOME environment variable not set. Might not be
777> able to find Java unless in PATH (;C:\Program
778> Files\Greenstone3\gs2build\bin\script;C:\Program
779> Files\Greenstone3\gs2build\bin\windows;C:\Program
780> Files\Greenstone3\gs2build\bin\windows\perl\bin) GSDL3SRCHOME:
781> C:\Program Files\Greenstone3 GSDLHOME: C:\Program
782> Files\Greenstone3\gs2build GSDLOS: windows PATH: ;C:\Program
783> Files\Greenstone3\gs2build\bin\script;C:\Program
784> Files\Greenstone3\gs2build\bin\windows;C:\Program
785> Files\Greenstone3\gs2build\bin\windows\perl\bin (cmd=check-installation)
786>
787>
788> the JAVA_HOME instance is in my enviromental varibles and i get it in
789> the command line whit echo %JAVA_HOME%
790>
791> and Anupama what did you ment by
792> >I see you're using an older version of GS3, since some source code
793> updates in the last >months meant that gliserver4gs3.pl is no longer
794> used by the current GS3 code.
795> i Downlaoded the GS3.03 from the greenstone site
796> what do you guyes use now ?
797> and give me the linke in the tracs so i could see it for my self
798> is it all java ?
799> which one is better to use for now until its compleate?
800>
801> and somthing else to , i wanted to localize greenstone for persian language
802> ive been working on that for some time now and transelated the gli and
803> the online demo intefaces to Persian but previosly your gli interface
804> dident worked whit right to left languages
805> so ive changed some gui codes of the gli and made some component
806> orientation corections for right to left languages to take affect when
807> in a language whit and espetial line in its "dictionary_fa.properties"
808> and so on ...
809>
810> does the gli support right to left languages now ?
811> is there a Persian Language traslation ?
812> if not can i some how submite my work or can i some how contribute?
813>
814> On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 2:28 AM, Anupama of Greenstone Team
815> <[email protected]
816> <mailto:[email protected]>> wrote:
817>
818> Hi Amin,
819>
820> I see you're using an older version of GS3, since some source code
821> updates in the last months meant that gliserver4gs3.pl is no longer
822> used by the current GS3 code.
823>
824> If you are indeed using Greenstone 3.03, instead of updating all of
825> your GS3 code:
826>
827> 1) There may be a problem with the way JAVA_HOME is set on the
828> server machine. If you have access to the server machine, do you see
829> that JAVA_HOME is set correctly when doing
830> echo $JAVA_HOME
831> on Linux, or
832> echo %JAVA_HOME%
833> on Windows? You need to do this in an entirely fresh x-term, without
834> running any extra scripts that set special environment variables for
835> you.
836>
837> You wrote that
838>
839> > ive tested the perl code in command line and it works out fine
840> telling
841> > me "java found" and "installation is ok" when i execute some
842> thing like
843> > this :
844> >
845> > Perl gliserver4gs3.pl check-installation
846> Could this have something to do with JAVA_HOME being set by a
847> start-up script (like bash.rc or a bat script) that's run on opening
848> an x-terminal/dos-prompt? That could explain how JAVA_HOME is then
849> undefined when running GLI.
850>
851>
852> 2) You may want to try the following that worked for someone else
853> previously:
854> > 1. Follow all the steps on the wiki page (from a previous email, I
855> > think you have done this step already).
856>
857> > 2. Make back-up copies of your gsdlCGI4gs3.pm and gliserver4gs3.pl
858>
859> > 3. Download the slightly modified versions of these two files from
860> > SVN:
861> >
862> http://trac.greenstone.org/browser/greenstone3/trunk/web/WEB-INF/cgi/gsdlCGI4gs3.pm
863> >
864> http://trac.greenstone.org/browser/greenstone3/trunk/web/WEB-INF/cgi/gliserver4gs3.pl
865>
866> > 4. Maybe you want to go and check that the new gliserver4gs3.pl
867> still > works as before by pointing your browser to
868> >
869> http://yourhost:yourport/greenstone3/cgi-bin/gliserver4gs3.pl?cmd=check-installation
870>
871> Finally, if it still gives you trouble about JAVA_HOME not being
872> set, you can also try the following.
873> 5. Additionally, make a backup copy of the file
874> <your GS3 installation folder>/web/WEB-INF/cgi/gsdl3site.cfg
875> 6. Download the updated file
876> http://trac.greenstone.org/browser/greenstone3/trunk/web/WEB-INF/cgi/gsdl3site.cfg
877> and put this file into your GS3 installation folder's
878> web/WEB-INF/cgi folder.
879> 7. In a text editor, open up the just downloaded gsdl3site.cfg file
880> and uncomment the following line by removing the hash in front of it:
881> javahome /full/path/to/j2sdk1.4/or/higher
882> Then edit the above line to set the path to your JAVA_HOME.
883> 8. In a text editor, open up the updated gsdlCGI4gs3.pm you
884> downloaded in step 3 above.
885> 9. Look for the following lines (line 287 and 292) and uncomment
886> them by removing the # sign in front of them:
887> my $javahome = $self->get_java_home();
888> $ENV{'JAVA_HOME'} = $javahome;
889> 10. Now try pointing your browser to
890> http://yourhost:yourport/greenstone3/cgi-bin/gliserver4gs3.pl?cmd=check-installation
891> Does this help fix the missing JAVA_HOME problem?
892>
893> Regards,
894> Anupama
895>
896>
897> Amin Hedjazi wrote:
898>
899> Hello its me again
900> i got some question on the Client_gli Login
901> i am using GS3
902> first i read the link below and done compleately what it said
903>
904>
905> http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/Remote_Greenstone3
906>
907> and it was very use full thx Quan
908> but in the part were i get to test my installation whit this :
909>
910>
911> http://localhost:8080/greenstone3/cgi-bin/gliserver4gs3.pl?cmd=check-installation
912>
913> i get this error :
914>
915> Content-type:text/plain ERROR: Java failed -- do you have the
916> Java run-time installed? JAVA_HOME environment variable not set.
917> Might not be able to find Java unless in PATH (;c:\Program
918> Files\greenstone3\gs2build\bin\script;c:\Program
919> Files\greenstone3\gs2build\bin\windows;c:\Program
920> Files\greenstone3\gs2build\bin\windows\perl\bin) GSDL3SRCHOME:
921> c:\Program Files\greenstone3 GSDLHOME: c:\Program
922> Files\greenstone3\gs2build GSDLOS: windows PATH: ;c:\Program
923> Files\greenstone3\gs2build\bin\script;c:\Program
924> Files\greenstone3\gs2build\bin\windows;c:\Program
925> Files\greenstone3\gs2build\bin\windows\perl\bin
926> (cmd=check-installation)
927>
928> ive tested the perl code in command line and it works out fine
929> telling me "java found" and "installation is ok" when i execute
930> some thing like this :
931>
932> Perl gliserver4gs3.pl check-installation
933>
934> ill start the client_gli4gs3.bat and go on until it askes me for
935> the user name and password but when entering my pass it gives
936> and error telling me this user does not exist (i entere the same
937> password which a coulde Authenthicate my selfe in the online
938> interface
939> , and i made a new user whit the privliges but no chance to log
940> in via the GLI !!)
941> hear is the exact error i get :
942>
943> An error has occurred on the remote GreenStone server while
944> performing this operation:Authentication failed:no account for
945> user 'admin'.
946>
947> sombody help please
948> and pardon the bad english please
949>
950>
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963
964From wendy.osborn at uleth.ca Thu Nov 20 06:24:49 2008
965From: wendy.osborn at uleth.ca (Wendy Osborn)
966Date: Thu Nov 20 10:20:35 2008
967Subject: [greenstone-devel] Greenstone 2.81 released!
968In-Reply-To: <[email protected]>
969References: <[email protected]>
970Message-ID: <[email protected]>
971
972
973Hi everyone,
974
975As mentioned, one of the new features in Greenstone v2.81 is the ability
976to schedule the automatic rebuilding of a greenstone collection using the
977GLI.
978
979Scheduling will require some configuration in order for it to work. The
980following link has more information on how to do this for each platform:
981
982http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/Scheduled_Collection_Building_from_the_Librarian_Interface
983
984Regards,
985
986Wendy
987
988--
989"Masquerading as a normal person day after day is exhausting" - Anonymous
990
991Wendy Osborn
992Assistant Professor of Computer Science
993Director, Southern Alberta Digital Library
994Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
995University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
996phone: +1 403 329 2294
997email: [email protected]
998www: http://www.cs.uleth.ca/~osborn
999
1000
1001
1002On Wed, November 12, 2008 9:35 pm, Anupama of Greenstone Team wrote:
1003> Hi everyone,
1004>
1005> We are pleased to announce that the Windows, GNU/Linux, Mac OS/X and
1006> Source distributions of Greenstone v2.81
1007> are now available for download from our sourceforge page:
1008> http://sourceforge.net/projects/greenstone or from
1009> http://www.greenstone.org/download
1010>
1011> Release notes are copied below.
1012>
1013> This has been a long time coming, thank you for your patience.
1014>
1015> As always, please report any problems or bugs to the mailing list.
1016>
1017> Regards,
1018> Katherine and the rest of the Greenstone team.
1019>
1020> ------------------------------
1021> Greenstone 2.81 release notes
1022> ------------------------------
1023>
1024> Important changes in this release include, in no particular order:
1025>
1026> Installer:
1027> --------------
1028>
1029> The Greenstone installer downloads are now created using only open source
1030> software, including Ant Installer (http://antinstaller.sourceforge.net/),
1031> Apache Ant (http://ant.apache.org/), our own search4j (based on launch4j
1032> http://launch4j.sourceforge.net/), and our own Greenstone release kits.
1033>
1034> We felt it was essential to move away from our existing, closed-source
1035> installer suite as it was not in the spirit of Greenstone to rely on
1036> proprietary software, and it invited the unnecessary cost of keeping the
1037> suite
1038> up-to-date.
1039>
1040> Using only open source software has also given us the freedom to
1041> customise the
1042> user experience of the installers. Where a feature was lacking in one of
1043> the
1044> open source packages, we have enjoyed the ability to "open the hood" and
1045> implement it.
1046>
1047> With the development of the Greenstone release kits we are now able to
1048> generate
1049> releases of Greenstone automatically and unattended. This process
1050> takes just
1051> 20 minutes, and it has helped us a lot in the development and testing of
1052> new
1053> features of Greenstone. We have been able to set up a feedback loop,
1054> where code
1055> committed one day is included in an automatic nightly snapshot release
1056> made
1057> available for download on our website the next day. Our users have also
1058> benefited from being able to obtain up-to-date snapshot releases of
1059> Greenstone
1060> in between our official releases.
1061>
1062> These daily snapshots are available through:
1063>
1064> http://www.greenstone.org/snapshots
1065>
1066> On Windows, the version number is included in the Start Menu which means
1067> that
1068> multiple installations of Greenstone will have their own entries in the
1069> Start
1070> Menu. The installer no longer writes to the registry, so installation no
1071> longer requires administrator privileges.
1072>
1073> ImageMagick is now bundled with Greenstone for binary web releases for all
1074> platforms (previously it was only provided on a CD-ROM release) and
1075> includes
1076> JPEG2000 support. The installer offers the option to install this or not.
1077> You can skip installing it if you already have ImageMagick previously
1078> installed.
1079>
1080> Ghostscript is now bundled with Greenstone for binary web releases for
1081> Windows
1082> and Mac. The installer offers the option to install this or not. You can
1083> skip installing it if you already have Ghostscript previously installed.
1084>
1085> Importing and Plugin Changes:
1086> ------------------------------
1087>
1088> Plugin Restructuring: The plugins have been restructured. This has been
1089> done
1090> mostly for coding efficiency. The most noticeable change is that plugins
1091> have
1092> been renamed. xxxPlug now becomes xxxPlugin, and some have also had
1093> their names
1094> modified or expanded to be clearer. For example, DBPlug is now
1095> DatabasePlugin,
1096> PPTPlug is PowerPointPlugin. The complete list of new plugins can be
1097> seen at
1098> http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/Plugins. Old collections should
1099> still build okay in GLI, which will map the old plugin names to the new
1100> ones.
1101> Command line building should also work, but the configuration file won't
1102> be
1103> altered to use the new names.
1104>
1105> A lot of work has been done trying to get Greenstone to work properly with
1106> non-ascii filenames. Two versions of the filename are stored, [Source] for
1107> displaying the filename, and [SourceFile] for linking to the file from a
1108> web page.
1109>
1110> The -smart_block option (most commonly seen with HTMLPlugin) has been
1111> deprecated
1112> . Instead we have a first pass through the documents to find out which
1113> ones
1114> should be blocked.
1115>
1116> MARCPlugin and MARCXMLPlugin can now map metadata to Qualified Dublin
1117> Core as
1118> well as Dublin Core.
1119>
1120> MARCXMLPlugin now assigns metadata from metadata.xml files.
1121>
1122> EMAILPlugin now saves binary attachments as binary files on Windows
1123>
1124> ImagePlugin and PagedImagePlugin now offer the -cache_generated_images
1125> option
1126> to prevent thumbnails and screenview images being recreated each import.
1127>
1128> OAIPlugin saves the metadata as Dublin Core rather than moving it all to
1129> the ex
1130> metadata set. This means that it won't show up in the GLI unless the
1131> files are
1132> exploded. Exploding is now available for OAI records.
1133>
1134> ProCitePlugin no longer uses the pc namespace. Metadata is stored using
1135> the
1136> field names set in the workform definition, rather than using Field1Name
1137> and
1138> Field1Value etc..
1139>
1140> -reversesort option to import.pl to be used with -sortmeta option to
1141> sort in
1142> reverse order.
1143>
1144> Tidied up OID generation. OIDtype and OIDmetadata options are now
1145> available
1146> for each plugin as well as globally from import.pl. Hashing usually
1147> occurs on
1148> the original file, but some plugins specify that hashing should be done
1149> on the
1150> Greenstone XML document.
1151>
1152> Building and Indexing Changes:
1153> -------------------------------
1154>
1155> Improvements to Lucene incremental building. Lucene document identifiers
1156> now
1157> match Greenstone identifiers, rather than 1, 2, 3. Rebuilding with no new
1158> documents shouldn't break the index.
1159>
1160> MGPP and Lucene building tidied up. 'allfields' now means combined
1161> searching
1162> over all specified indexes (not all document metadata) for both mgpp and
1163> lucene.
1164> 'metadata' will index all metadata, but no longer reindexes metadata
1165> that has
1166> already been specified. MGPP indexing over combined fields now works
1167> properly.
1168>
1169> New collection configuration file option: infodbtype. Values include
1170> gdbm (the
1171> default), gdbm-txtgz, sqlite, mssql. This specifies what database system
1172> to use
1173> for the collection metadata database. Currently this needs to be added to
1174> collect.cfg by hand, as it is not available in GLI yet.
1175>
1176> gdbm: the default, and is what has always been used previously. This is
1177> platform dependent. It transfers between Windows and Linux, but not
1178> to/from a
1179> Mac.
1180>
1181> gdbm-txtgz: A gzipped text version of the database. At runtime, the
1182> first time
1183> this collection is accessed, it will be unpacked and converted to the
1184> appropriate GDBM database using txt2db. This is a good choice if you are
1185> creating a collection to be used on another operating system, especially
1186> if
1187> one or more of those operating systems is a Mac.
1188>
1189> sqlite: Platform independent database using SQLite. The new dynamic
1190> classifiers
1191> (created at runtime) can be used with this database. See
1192> http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/More_about_classifiers#How_do_I_use_dynamic_classifiers.3F
1193>
1194> for more information. Thanks to DL Consulting
1195>
1196> mssql: Windows specific database using MS SQL Server. See
1197> http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/Using_MSSQL_for_Collection_Database
1198>
1199> for information about how to set this up. Thanks to DL Consulting
1200>
1201> Depositor:
1202> ------------
1203>
1204> Collection editing using the Depositor is now enabled by default for the
1205> admin
1206> user.
1207>
1208> The metadata fields offered for each document can now easily be customised
1209> from the GLI.
1210>
1211> By default, the depositor will import and build each document into the
1212> collection when it is added. It can now be easily set up to just "deposit"
1213> the item without rebuilding.
1214>
1215> See http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/How_to_use_the_depositor for
1216> more information.
1217>
1218> GLI
1219> -------
1220>
1221> A new right-click file option for binary files that go through a
1222> conversion
1223> process to be imported, such as PDF, Word and PowerPoint files. "Replace
1224> source
1225> document with HTML" will convert the original file to HTML and replace
1226> it in
1227> the collection. This means that the converted HTML (which may be
1228> unattractive)
1229> can now be modified in the collection. This is available for Remote GLI
1230> too.
1231>
1232> A new right-click file option on the collection tree background to
1233> refresh the
1234> file view. This is useful if you have manually added files to the
1235> collection
1236> outside of GLI.
1237>
1238> MetadataXMLPlugin has been moved 'below the line' in the Plugins panel so
1239> cannot be removed in GLI. If you are using GLI to add metadata, then you
1240> need
1241> this plugin.
1242>
1243> The Export As option now only exports one collection at a time.
1244> Collections
1245> can be exported as GreenstoneMETS, FedoraMETS, MARCXML and DSpace archive.
1246>
1247> 'NavigationBar pulldown' added to the list of format options - this
1248> makes the
1249> navigation 'bar' a drop down list instead of a bar across the page.
1250>
1251> Lots of work done on making the Download panel work better, including
1252> getting
1253> download processes to terminate when they are cancelled or when GLI is
1254> closed
1255> while they are still running.
1256>
1257> New panel under the Format tab, "Depositor Metadata" which allows
1258> customisation of which metadata fields should be offered in the
1259> depositor for
1260> that collection.
1261>
1262> CJK segmentation option has been added to GLI. This doesn't do proper word
1263> segmentation, but adds a space in between each CJK character. The
1264> character
1265> ranges have been expanded to work with Japanese and Korean. It is
1266> applied to
1267> metadata as well as document text.
1268>
1269> New panel under the Create tab allowing the scheduling of automatic
1270> collection
1271> rebuilding.
1272>
1273> Greenstone Runtime:
1274> ----------------------
1275>
1276> Large code restructuring. Code is split between common-src, build-src and
1277> runtime-src. Makes it easer to use code in other projets, such as
1278> Greenstone 3
1279> and running Greenstone on an iPhone/iPod Touch.
1280>
1281> External links now default to going straight to the web page, rather than
1282> showing a warning page first.
1283>
1284> Improvements to the oaiserver, thanks to DL Consulting. Resumption token
1285> support has been added, and it now validates against online validation
1286> tools.
1287>
1288> Greenstone now compiles for Linux on 64-bit platforms. All programs are
1289> compiled natively for 64-bit, except for those that rely on mg/mgpp, which
1290> still need to be 32-bit compiled. As part of the configure/make
1291> process, the
1292> correct flags are automatically set, so from the developers point of
1293> view you
1294> compile up Greenstone on a 64-bit machine the exact same way you do for
1295> any
1296> other Unix-based system.
1297>
1298> FLI - Fedora Librarian Interface
1299> ---------------------------------
1300>
1301> The Fedora Librarian Interface (FLI) is very much like GLI in that it
1302> allows
1303> you to gather together your documents. It then uses Greenstone's ability
1304> to
1305> convert documents into the FedoraMETS format so that these can be ingested
1306> (put into) a Fedora repository. The process of building a collection
1307> using FLI
1308> exports documents into a repository maintained by a Fedora server rather
1309> than
1310> one maintained by Greenstone. In order to use FLI, you will need to have
1311> Fedora installed. More information on how to install Fedora and set it up
1312> to work with FLI, and how to run FLI itself, can be found in the
1313> documents:
1314>
1315> 1. Installing Fedora (2.2.1/3.0) and Fedora-related information
1316> http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/InstallingFedora
1317>
1318> 2. Installing Fedora Generic Search (to provide full-text indexing and
1319> searching capabilities for a Fedora repository)
1320> http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/InstallingFedoraGSearch
1321>
1322> 3. Running FLI, the Fedora Librarian Interface
1323> http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/RunningFLI
1324>
1325>
1326> Translations:
1327> --------------
1328>
1329> Thanks to:
1330>
1331> John Rose, for help with English GLI help, French translations for GLI
1332> and Greenstone.
1333> Maxime Rouast for Greenstone French translations
1334> Celine Guimbertaud for GLI French translations
1335> Yohannes Mulugeta and Abiyot Bayou for Greenstone Amharic translations
1336> Kamal Salih for GLI Arabic translations
1337> Gerhard Riesthuis for Greenstone Dutch translations
1338> Mohan Raj Pradhan for GLI Nepali translations.
1339> Diego Spano for translating the installer's interface into Spanish.
1340> Xiaofeng Yu for translating the installer's interface into Mandarin.
1341> Doris Jung for translating the installer's interface into German.
1342>
1343>
1344> ...and many other minor improvements and bug fixes
1345>
1346> We want to ensure that Greenstone works well for you. Please report any
1347> problems to the Greenstone mailing list
1348> [email protected].
1349>
1350>
1351> [DL Consulting (http://www.dlconsulting.com) are the world's leading
1352> suppliers
1353> of commercial consulting, customization, support, maintenance and hosting
1354> services for the Greenstone digital library software suite.]
1355>
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1358> [email protected]
1359> https://list.scms.waikato.ac.nz/mailman/listinfo/greenstone-devel
1360>
1361
1362
1363
1364
1365
1366From amin.hedjazi at gmail.com Thu Nov 20 21:00:18 2008
1367From: amin.hedjazi at gmail.com (Amin Hedjazi)
1368Date: Thu Nov 20 21:00:26 2008
1369Subject: [greenstone-devel] Question about greenstone trac ?
1370Message-ID: <[email protected]>
1371
1372hello every one i saw the greenstone traces and now i have some questions .
1373when some one makes a new ticket in the trac system
1374who woulde be responsible for solving the problem ?
1375if i can do some thing about one where can i sobmit my code ?(is it the
1376attach file button in the trac under Attachments)
1377and if so ,lets say i made some changes to some source code in the app ,
1378which files should upload ?
1379and who manages all the updates to be made or not ?
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1383From greenstone_team at cs.waikato.ac.nz Fri Nov 21 14:54:26 2008
1384From: greenstone_team at cs.waikato.ac.nz (Oran of Greenstone Team)
1385Date: Fri Nov 21 14:54:28 2008
1386Subject: [greenstone-devel] Question about greenstone trac ?
1387In-Reply-To: <[email protected]>
1388References: <[email protected]>
1389Message-ID: <[email protected]>
1390
1391Hi Amin,
1392
1393Answers below.
1394
1395Cheers,
1396Oran.
1397
1398Amin Hedjazi wrote:
1399> hello every one i saw the greenstone traces and now i have some
1400> questions .
1401> when some one makes a new ticket in the trac system
1402> who woulde be responsible for solving the problem ?
1403The ticket would start out as unassigned. Then anyone who wanted to fix
1404it can accept it by entering their username. If we think it is an urgent
1405problem we will fix it ourselves as soon as possible.
1406> if i can do some thing about one where can i sobmit my code ?(is it
1407> the attach file button in the trac under Attachments)
1408Yes that will do nicely.
1409> and if so ,lets say i made some changes to some source code in the app
1410> , which files should upload ?
1411Just the source files you have modified.
1412> and who manages all the updates to be made or not ?
1413Someone in the Greenstone team will look at the changes and run some
1414tests and then decide whether to commit them to the repository. Please
1415send us an email to alert us when you have submitted changes, as we
1416might miss it otherwise.
1417> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
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1424
1425
1426From dspano at orsna.gov.ar Sat Nov 22 09:16:30 2008
1427From: dspano at orsna.gov.ar (Diego Spano)
1428Date: Sat Nov 22 09:15:26 2008
1429Subject: [greenstone-devel] GS and MSSQL
1430Message-ID: <[email protected]>
1431
1432Hi list,
1433
1434
1435
1436IŽm trying to use GS with MSSQL. I done all changes as Wiki said, also
1437compiled the source, but when I run buildcol.pl I get:
1438
1439
1440
1441Can't locate DBI.pm in @INC (@INC contains: C:\Archivos de
1442programa\Greenstone281\collect\prensa/perllib/plugins C:\Arch
1443
1444ivos de programa\Greenstone281\collect\prensa/perllib/classify C:\Archivos
1445de programa\Greenstone281\collect\prensa/perl
1446
1447lib C:\Archivos de programa\Greenstone281/perllib/cpan C:\Archivos de
1448programa\Greenstone281/perllib C:\Archivos de prog
1449
1450rama\Greenstone281/perllib/classify C:\Archivos de
1451programa\Greenstone281/perllib/plugins C:\Archivos de programa\Greens
1452
1453tone281/perllib/cpan/XML/XPath C:\Archivos de
1454programa\Greenstone281/perllib/cpan C:\Archivos de programa\Greenstone281/
1455
1456perllib C:/Archivos de programa/Greenstone281/bin/windows/perl/lib .) at
1457C:\Archivos de programa\Greenstone281/perllib/d
1458
1459butil.pm line 501.
1460
1461BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at C:\Archivos de
1462programa\Greenstone281/perllib/dbutil.pm line 501.
1463
1464Compilation failed in require at C:\Archivos de
1465programa\Greenstone281/perllib/classify.pm line 33.
1466
1467BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at C:\Archivos de
1468programa\Greenstone281/perllib/classify.pm line 33.
1469
1470Compilation failed in require at C:\Archivos de
1471programa\Greenstone281/perllib/basebuilder.pm line 31.
1472
1473BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at C:\Archivos de
1474programa\Greenstone281/perllib/basebuilder.pm line 31.
1475
1476Compilation failed in require at C:\Archivos de
1477programa\Greenstone281/perllib/mgppbuilder.pm line 28.
1478
1479BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at C:\Archivos de
1480programa\Greenstone281/perllib/mgppbuilder.pm line 28.
1481
1482Compilation failed in require at C:\Archivos de
1483programa\Greenstone281/perllib/lucenebuilder.pm line 43.
1484
1485BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at C:\Archivos de
1486programa\Greenstone281/perllib/lucenebuilder.pm line 43.
1487
1488Compilation failed in require at C:\Archivos de
1489programa\Greenstone281\bin\script/buildcol.pl line 548.
1490
1491
1492
1493Where is DBI.pm file?
1494
1495
1496
1497Any help?
1498
1499
1500
1501DIego
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1506From kjdon at cs.waikato.ac.nz Mon Nov 24 10:13:35 2008
1507From: kjdon at cs.waikato.ac.nz (Katherine Don)
1508Date: Mon Nov 24 10:13:47 2008
1509Subject: [greenstone-devel] Re: [greenstone-users] oai harvesting with
1510 greenstone
1511In-Reply-To: <[email protected]>
1512References: <[email protected]> <D6B530A1090A224EA17A37D3BFE35F5E264EF55BCF@XVS2-CLUSTER.yu.yale.edu> <[email protected]>
1513 <[email protected]>
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1518From greenstone_team at cs.waikato.ac.nz Mon Nov 24 11:07:32 2008
1519From: greenstone_team at cs.waikato.ac.nz (Katherine of Greenstone Team)
1520Date: Mon Nov 24 11:07:41 2008
1521Subject: [greenstone-devel] Re: Lucene sort feature
1522In-Reply-To: <[email protected]>
1523References: <[email protected]>
1524Message-ID: <[email protected]>
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1528From amin.hedjazi at gmail.com Mon Nov 24 20:25:28 2008
1529From: amin.hedjazi at gmail.com (Amin Hedjazi)
1530Date: Mon Nov 24 20:25:48 2008
1531Subject: [greenstone-devel] collection building customization
1532Message-ID: <[email protected]>
1533
1534hi , it me again :D
1535and i need some help an opinions .
1536i am using GS3 .
1537what i want to do is to build a pdf collection
1538may be better to call it file collection
1539i want to enter some pdf files with their metadata and a abstract text in
1540the collection
1541the collection soulde be sherchable from the metadata types and the abstract
1542text.
1543and the content of an document in the web site soulde be a table showing
1544some metadata and the abstract and a download link to
1545the pdf file* i know that this in posible with editing the greenstone
1546fromats in the GLI or manualy.*
1547and i do not want to use pdf plugin , becuse my pdfs are not standard ones
1548and i have problems when using pdf plug.
1549*first what kindes of plugins shoulde i use ? is the unknownPlug for this
1550reason ?*
1551i know how to edite the formats in the GLI (browse,search,dispaly ...) but i
1552dont now the exact syntax for
1553greenstone fromats and i couldent finde any document on them so :
1554*is their a document for greenstone3 format syntax for out their?*
1555*how shoulde i enter the abstract text? shoulde it be in a metadata field or
1556is their another option for longer abstracts ?*
1557and am going to enter the metadata in persian language
1558their wouldent be any steming an accent an case options support for persian
1559language
1560*shoulde i use Lucene or Mg and Mgpp are better ?*
1561what i want to do heare is some thing like in hear :
1562
1563http://nzdl.sadl.uleth.ca/cgi-bin/library?e=d-00000-00---off-0publicat--00-0--0-10-0---0---0prompt-10---4-------0-1l--11-en-50---20-about---00-0-1-00-0-0-11-1-0utfZz-8-00&a=d&c=publicat&cl=CL1.1&d=HASH010f219e01de87dcc96023c6
1564
1565but i do not want to index the pdf file it self
1566i woulde appreciate your help .
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1570From sklein at pratt.edu Tue Nov 25 03:52:40 2008
1571From: sklein at pratt.edu (Stephen I. Klein)
1572Date: Tue Nov 25 03:52:04 2008
1573Subject: [greenstone-devel] RE: [greenstone-users] oai harvesting with
1574 greenstone
1575In-Reply-To: <[email protected]>
1576References: <[email protected]> <D6B530A1090A224EA17A37D3BFE35F5E264EF55BCF@XVS2-CLUSTER.yu.yale.edu> <[email protected]>
1577 <[email protected]>
1578 <[email protected]>
1579Message-ID: <[email protected]>
1580
1581Katherine,
1582
1583
1584
1585I greatly appreciate your response.
1586
1587
1588
1589My understanding of OAI is cursory at best, but I thought that OAI
1590compliance required supporting the Dublin Core scheme/format?
1591
1592
1593
1594
1595
1596Stephen
1597
1598Stephen I. Klein
1599Electronic Resources/Systems Librarian
1600Assistant Professor
1601Pratt Institute Library
1602200 Willoughby Avenue
1603Brooklyn, NY 11205
1604[email protected]
1605(718) 399 4423
1606Pratt
1607
1608
1609
1610 _____
1611
1612From: Katherine Don [mailto:[email protected]]
1613Sent: Sunday, November 23, 2008 04:14 PM
1614To: Stephen I. Klein
1615Cc: [email protected];
1616[email protected]
1617Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] oai harvesting with greenstone
1618
1619
1620
1621Hi Stephen
1622
1623Sorry, I misunderstood what you were after. I guess what you want is the
1624ability to export a collection as OAI (currently we provide MARC, METS,
1625DSpace formats).
1626I'm not sure what kind of file OAIster wants
1627Is the file you are after like the result of an OAI request? Can you set up
1628your Greenstone with an oai server, send a request to it, and then save the
1629XML result as a file?
1630
1631If you wanted to try this, you can use our OAI server to test the format
1632before setting up your own one.
1633http://www.nzdl.org/cgi-bin/gsdl-svn/oaiserver
1634
1635If this is not suitable, then I guess the answer is no. If this is something
1636that many people might want to do, then we could look at maybe implementing
1637it in the future.
1638
1639I hope this helps,
1640Katherine
1641
1642Stephen I. Klein wrote:
1643
1644I am sort of confused. We would like to be able to generate an OAI
1645compliant file with a colelciton in Greenstone to make available for
1646harvesting outside of Greenstone via OAIster. Does Greenstone allow for
1647this?
1648
1649
1650
1651Thank you.
1652
1653
1654
1655Sincerely,
1656
1657
1658
1659Stephen
1660
1661
1662
1663Stephen I. Klein
1664Electronic Resources/Systems Librarian
1665Assistant Professor
1666Pratt Institute Library
1667200 Willoughby Avenue
1668Brooklyn, NY 11205
1669[email protected]
1670(718) 399 4423
1671Pratt
1672
1673
1674
1675 _____
1676
1677From: Katherine Don [mailto:[email protected]]
1678Sent: Sunday, November 16, 2008 09:06 PM
1679To: Belanger, Arthur
1680Cc: Stephen I. Klein; [email protected];
1681[email protected]
1682Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] oai harvesting with greenstone
1683
1684
1685
1686Hi Arthur and Stephen
1687
1688Michael from dlconsulting (dlconsulting.com) has done some work on this, and
1689our OAI server now validates. The 2.81 release contains the new server if
1690you'd like to try it. You can get it from www.greenstone.org/download
1691
1692Regards,
1693Katherine
1694
1695Belanger, Arthur wrote:
1696
1697Stephen,
1698
1699
1700
1701Greenstone does have an OAI server as well as an OAI harvester. However, I
1702just tried my server with the OAI repository Explorer at
1703http://re.cs.uct.ac.za/ and it failed.
1704
1705
1706
1707I did also run it through the Data Provider Validation and Registration at
1708http://www.openarchives.org/Register/ValidateSite and it failed 2 tests,
1709improper response to an invalid request and a problem with some characters
1710in the data (this is my problem). The first problem may be a limit in GS'
1711oaiserver.
1712
1713
1714
1715--
1716Arthur Belanger
1717Medical Library System Manager
1718ITS Academic Media & Technology
1719Yale University
1720PO Box 208065
1721New Haven, CT 06520-8065
1722
1723
1724
1725(203) 785-6928
1726(203) 737-2859, fax
1727
1728
1729
1730mailto:[email protected]
1731http://www.yale.edu/its/about/amt
1732http://info.med.yale.edu/library
1733
1734
1735
1736NOTE: Yale ITS will NEVER request passwords or other personal information
1737via email. Messages requesting such information are fraudulent and should be
1738deleted.
1739
1740 _____
1741
1742From: [email protected]
1743[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of
1744Stephen I. Klein
1745Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2008 1:45 PM
1746To: [email protected];
1747[email protected]
1748Subject: [greenstone-users] oai harvesting with greenstone
1749
1750
1751
1752We are migrating our digital collections and need to keep our collection OAI
1753harvestable. We currently have a presence via OAIster
1754(http://oaister.umdl.umich.edu/o/oaister/) and have intermediated through
1755the Los Alamos Gateway at:
1756
1757
1758
1759http://libtest.lanl.gov/
1760
1761
1762
1763Does Greenstone allow for the building of OAI compliant XML files that are
1764successfully intermediated via a standard gateway and harvestable with
1765OAIster?
1766
1767
1768
1769The following page suggests the inverse:
1770
1771
1772
1773http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/OAI_support
1774
1775
1776
1777Any suggestions to approach this goal would be greatly appreciated. Thank
1778you.
1779
1780
1781
1782Regards,
1783
1784
1785
1786Stephen
1787
1788
1789
1790
1791
1792Stephen I. Klein
1793Electronic Resources/Systems Librarian
1794Assistant Professor
1795Pratt Institute Library
1796200 Willoughby Avenue
1797Brooklyn, NY 11205
1798[email protected]
1799(718) 399 4423
1800Pratt
1801
1802
1803
1804
1805
1806
1807
1808
1809
1810
1811
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1843From greenstone_team at cs.waikato.ac.nz Tue Nov 25 17:38:48 2008
1844From: greenstone_team at cs.waikato.ac.nz (Anupama of Greenstone Team)
1845Date: Tue Nov 25 17:38:55 2008
1846Subject: [greenstone-devel] Re: trouble building greenstone3 from source
1847Message-ID: <[email protected]>
1848
1849Skip the previous email I just sent. Below is the same, but with some
1850important corrections.
1851
1852Hello Andrew,
1853
1854I tried compiling up a fresh checkout of Greenstone 3 from SVN on the
1855Windows machine here and did not encounter this problem. However, this may
1856be because my settings for Java are set up in such a manner that it worked
1857out.
1858
1859- Do you have a JDK installed on your machine?
1860- What is your JAVA_HOME set to?
1861- Do you have the following files in your JAVA_HOME\bin folder:
1862javac
1863javah
1864java
1865javadoc
1866jar
1867
1868I do not know to what extent you are familiar with programming, but seeing
1869as how you are compiling up GS3 from SVN, I thought I could explain the
1870following to you so that you can try out a few things to narrow down where
1871the problem might be.
1872
1873Concerning this bit that you referred to:
1874 >> compile-packages:
1875 >> [echo] compile javagdbm
1876 >> [echo] Windows: compile javagdbm (java only)
1877 >> [exec] Compiling...
1878 >> [exec] The system cannot find the path specified.
1879 >> [exec] The system cannot find the path specified.
1880 >> [exec] The system cannot find the path specified.
1881 >> [echo] Install the javagdbm jar file
1882
1883These print statements happen in your Greenstone3/build.xml file (around
1884line 1200).
1885
1886At the stage this happens, the build.xml is calling the makefile
1887"winMake.bat" located in your Greenstone3/src/packages/javagdbm folder and
1888passing the arguments "compile" and "javaonly".
1889
1890During execution of this makefile, some directory path is referred to that
1891it cannot find, causing the compilation to fail at this stage which then
1892causes the build to fail when the javagdbm jar file has not been produced.
1893
18941. In a DOS prompt, can you go to the directory
1895Greenstone3/src/packages/javagdbm/ and then from there type:
1896winMake.bat compile javaonly
1897Does it give some error statements here?
1898
18992. If so, can you go one directory further down into a folder called java
1900(so that now you are in Greenstone3/src/packages/javagdbm/java) and type:
1901winMake.bat compile
1902Are there any error statements appearing here now?
1903
1904If there was no error output in doing either 1. or 2. above, neither 3 nor
19054 below are necessary:
19063. If you open up the file Greenstone3/src/packages/javagdbm/winMake.bat
1907in Wordpad (Notepad doesn't preserve the lines very well), you will see
1908that the arguments "compile" and "javaonly" to winMake.bat cause it to
1909call another winMake.bat makefile located
1910at Greenstone3/src/packages/javagdbm/java, passing it the "compile"
1911argument.
1912
1913The first question is, do you have a folder called java situated inside your
1914Greenstone3/src/packages/javagdbm/? And does
1915Greenstone3/src/packages/javagdbm/java contain a file called winMake.bat?
1916
19174. If so:
1918When opening up the Greenstone3/src/packages/javagdbm/java/winMake.bat
1919file in
1920WordPad, you may perhaps notice that it refers to lots of directory paths.
1921It stores many of these paths in variables marked by ALL_UPPERCASE.
1922Sometimes it may happen that in reality these paths contain spaces like
1923"Program Files". This could cause problems if spaces are indeed involved,
1924unless such paths are embedded in quotes.
1925
1926Can you replace the following section in your
1927Greenstone3/src/packages/javagdbm/java/winMake.bat file with the bit that
1928follows it:
1929 >>>>REPLACE FOLLOWING:
1930:compile
1931 if not exist %JAVACLASSDIR% mkdir %JAVACLASSDIR%
1932 echo Compiling...
1933 %JAVAC% -d %JAVACLASSDIR% %JAVACOPTIONS%
1934au\com\pharos\gdbm\*.java au\com\pharos\io\*.java
1935au\com\pharos\meta\*.java au\com\pharos\packing\*.java
1936au\com\pharos\test\*.java au\com\pharos\util\*.java
1937 %JAVAH% -classpath %JAVACLASSDIR% -o %JAVAGDBMHOME%\jni\GdbmFile.h
1938au.com.pharos.gdbm.GdbmFile
1939 %JAR% cf %JAVAGDBMHOME%\javagdbm.jar -C %JAVACLASSDIR% au
1940 goto done
1941<<<<
1942
1943 >>>>REPLACE WITH:
1944:compile
1945 if not exist "%JAVACLASSDIR%" mkdir "%JAVACLASSDIR%"
1946 echo Compiling...
1947 "%JAVAC%" -d "%JAVACLASSDIR%" "%JAVACOPTIONS%"
1948au\com\pharos\gdbm\*.java au\com\pharos\io\*.java
1949au\com\pharos\meta\*.java au\com\pharos\packing\*.java
1950au\com\pharos\test\*.java au\com\pharos\util\*.java
1951 "%JAVAH%" -classpath "%JAVACLASSDIR%" -o
1952"%JAVAGDBMHOME%\jni\GdbmFile.h" au.com.pharos.gdbm.GdbmFile
1953 "%JAR%" cf "%JAVAGDBMHOME%\javagdbm.jar" -C "%JAVACLASSDIR%" au
1954 goto done
1955<<<<
1956
1957Now, back in your DOS prompt, from within the
1958Greenstone3/src/packages/javagdbm/ directory, type:
1959winMake.bat compile javaonly
1960
1961Do you still see the same problems?
1962
19635. If the above changes did not fix the errors, we can print out the
1964values of these paths to make sure they are all set to something that
1965makes sense.
1966
1967After the line
1968set JAR="%JAVA_HOME%\bin\jar"
1969in your Greenstone3/src/packages/javagdbm/java/winMake.bat file,
1970
1971can you paste the following bits between >>>> <<<<:
1972 >>>>
1973echo javagdbmhome: "%JAVAGDBMHOME%"
1974echo javaclassdir: "%JAVACLASSDIR%"
1975echo.
1976echo javac: "%JAVAC%"
1977echo javah: "%JAVAH%"
1978echo java: "%JAVA%"
1979echo javadoc: "%JAVADOC%"
1980echo jar: "%JAR%"
1981<<<<
1982
1983Go back to your DOS prompt and from within
1984Greenstone3/src/packages/javagdbm/java/ type:
1985winMake.bat compile
1986
1987Hopefully it should now print out all the values of the paths above so
1988that you can see whether any of them is conspicuous. For instance:
1989- Do all the printed paths have a value or is any left as ""?
1990- And when you look for these folders in Windows Explorer, are you able to
1991find all the folder paths which were just printed out to the DOS prompt?
1992
1993Tell us how you get on,
1994Anupama
1995
1996
1997 > Andrew Marlow wrote:
1998 >> hello,
1999 >>
2000 >> I am trying to build greenstone3 from source and I have hit a problem.
2001 >>
2002 >> I downloaded it using the instructions for SVNon the greenstone3 web
2003 >> page, then I said ant prepare install. Below is the end of the build
2004 >> log, which shows the error message:
2005 >>
2006 >> ---
2007 >> configure-gs2building:
2008 >>
2009 >> configure-c++:
2010 >>
2011 >> compile-web:
2012 >> [javac] Compiling 1 source file to
2013 >> c:\everything\amarlow\development\mystuff
2014 >> \research\digital_libraries\greenstone3\web\WEB-INF\classes
2015 >>
2016 >> compile-packages:
2017 >> [echo] compile javagdbm
2018 >> [echo] Windows: compile javagdbm (java only)
2019 >> [exec] Compiling...
2020 >> [exec] The system cannot find the path specified.
2021 >> [exec] The system cannot find the path specified.
2022 >> [exec] The system cannot find the path specified.
2023 >> [echo] Install the javagdbm jar file
2024 >>
2025 >> BUILD FAILED
2026 >>
2027c:\everything\amarlow\development\mystuff\research\digital_libraries\greenstone3
2028 >> \build.xml:1211: Warning: Could not find file
2029 >> c:\everything\amarlow\development\
2030 >>
2031mystuff\research\digital_libraries\greenstone3\src\packages\javagdbm\javagdbm.ja
2032 >> r to copy.
2033 >>
2034 >> Total time: 25 minutes 32 seconds
2035 >> ----
2036 >>
2037 >> What am I doing wrong please?
2038 >>
2039 >
2040 > I'll get one of the research programmers to double check the SVN
2041 > checkout and compile sequence under Windows, but in the meantime, what
2042 > version of Windows, Java and Visual Studio are you using? Can you also
2043 > check and let us know what the JAVA_HOME environment variable is set to
2044 > for you set up.
2045 >
2046 > Thanks,
2047 >
2048 > David.
2049 >
2050 >> --
2051 >> Regards,
2052 >>
2053 >> Andrew M.
2054 >
2055 >
2056
2057From amin.hedjazi at gmail.com Tue Nov 25 21:36:09 2008
2058From: amin.hedjazi at gmail.com (Amin Hedjazi)
2059Date: Tue Nov 25 21:36:14 2008
2060Subject: [greenstone-devel] persian traslation updated and some questions
2061Message-ID: <[email protected]>
2062
2063ive just attache the gli persian (farsi) traslation in the ticket #405
2064Oran told me to send an email when i updated my ticket ,so heare it is
2065now i had changed codes of the gui so it can support right to left languages
2066
2067soulde i upload the files in the same place ?
2068there are a greate deel of files that i hade to chage almost the hole GUI
2069package
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2073From greenstone_team at cs.waikato.ac.nz Thu Nov 27 10:10:25 2008
2074From: greenstone_team at cs.waikato.ac.nz (Katherine of Greenstone Team)
2075Date: Thu Nov 27 10:10:28 2008
2076Subject: [greenstone-devel] Re: persian traslation updated and some questions
2077In-Reply-To: <[email protected]>
2078References: <[email protected]>
2079Message-ID: <[email protected]>
2080
2081Hi Armin
2082
2083Thank you for the translations. I will look at getting them in to
2084Greenstone today.
2085Please zip up the other files and send them to me
2086([email protected]). I assume you have just modified
2087files for the librarian interface? What version of greenstone were you
2088using? A release, or did you get it out of svn?
2089
2090Thanks,
2091Katherine
2092
2093Amin Hedjazi wrote:
2094> ive just attache the gli persian (farsi) traslation in the ticket #405
2095> Oran told me to send an email when i updated my ticket ,so heare it is
2096> now i had changed codes of the gui so it can support right to left
2097> languages
2098> soulde i upload the files in the same place ?
2099> there are a greate deel of files that i hade to chage almost the hole
2100> GUI package
2101
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