The Rosetta Deposit Tool is a Java-based client that library staff can use as an alternative to the Rosetta web deposit module for submitting simple content to Rosetta from a Windows environment. It provides a configurable Dublin Core metadata form and a
Institutions can customize the XSL transformation that displays collection, IE- and file-level metadata in the viewers. This gist provides examples of the exported raw XMLs that are transformed. See also Rosetta Staff User Guide, Ch. 8: Delivery XSLs.
Alma digitization flows can be configured to result in adding digital inventory to an existing bibliographic record. If the digitized content is considered worthy of preservation, libraries can choose to ingest content into Rosetta and manage in Alma as
Alma March 2017 release includes a new feature that enables the service tab (ViewIt) to indicate to a patron that access to a remote representation is denied by the remote repository. Until now, such an indication was supported for Alma representations
Rosetta 5.1 introduces a new plugin interface: File Comparison. Plugins of this type can be used during a preservation action to compare the original and migrated files using any tool. The plugin returns a single integer. Currently only script
Rosetta 5.1 introduces a new version of the antivirus plugin interface. The new version supports an additional exit code, as follows: '0' - scan result is negative (= no virus found) '1' - scan result is positive (= virus found) > 1 - scan result is
In this post we will show how to add a new source metadata subtype, using VRA Core as an example. If you have not worked with source metadata in Rosetta before, it is recommended to read this post first. Note: This procedure requires restarting all
Rosetta 5.1 includes Collection webservice APIs for setting and deleting a collection thumbnail. The setCollectionThumbnail API accepts a base-64 encoded image as a string. The following script can be used to encode a thumbnail image and call the API:
Rosetta 5.1 introduces a relatively large number of new and improved web services. The purpose of this post is to list these in one place, more elaborately than what the Release Notes format allows for. All changes are backward-compatible. SIP Web
Alma supports two types of source formats for batch loading Dublin Core records for digital inventory: XML and CSV. Working directly with XML can be straightforward when using a dedicated editor; in some cases working in a spreadsheet may be preferred.