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:
Load Balancer Configuration: Load balancing allows distribution of workloads across multiple Rosetta servers. Such configuration aims to optimize resource use, maximize throughput, minimize response time, and avoid overload of a single server. In
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
This post covers the various high-level aspects of working with source metadata in Rosetta, from submission to dissemination. Users should consult the official Rosetta documentation for specific details and instructions. What is source metadata?
Emails to Rosetta depositors can be customized using XSL stylesheets. This example contains the full email XML to be transformed. For further information, see the Rosetta Staff User Guide.
Rosetta's Access Rights Plugin interface enables libraries to extend Rosetta's native access rights policy conditions and apply custom logic or integrate with external DRM systems. This simple example demonstrates how a token, appended to the delivery
The National Library of New Zealand uses the Wowza Streaming Engine Server to stream derivative copies of video and audio content stored within our Rosetta preservation system (the National Digital Heritage Archive). Details of our integration with
The National Library of New Zealand runs a selective web harvesting programme using the Web Curator Tool. Websites harvested by this method are deposited into the Library's digital archive (Rosetta) and are then available to researchers via our main
Rosetta's Viewer Pre-Processor (VPP) framework allows users to manipulate data before delivery to adapt it for Viewer specifications. Rosetta's out-of-the-box viewers all come with pre-installed accompanying VPPs. The JPEG VPP utilizes ImageMagick to