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Forward in Reverse. A Gentle Overview Of Forward System Architecture Eric, Mike & Steve – WiLSWorld 2010. Outline. Intro to Forward with Demo Batch Processing (Backend) Web Application (Frontend) Challenges Q&As throughout. Intro & Demo. http://forward.library.wisconsin.edu.

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forward in reverse

Forward in Reverse

A Gentle Overview Of Forward System Architecture

Eric, Mike & Steve – WiLSWorld 2010

outline
Outline
  • Intro to Forward with Demo
  • Batch Processing (Backend)
  • Web Application (Frontend)
  • Challenges
  • Q&As throughout
slide14

Antique Style Key

By Stars*Go*Blue

http://www.flickr.com/photos/artbydebora/1406682449/

slide16

Catalog Extract Processing Details

  • 14 Voyager Instances
  • 13M MARC bibliographic records extracted
  • Approximately 14 hours
  • Local C code
  • Sorted, deduplicated and merged output:
  • 8M records
  • 10GB Raw MARC data
slide17

Why Merge?

  • URLs
  • Formats
  • Holdings
slide20

Fedora Extract Processing Details

  • 1 Fedora Repository
  • 13K “First Class” XML Objects extracted
  • Approximately 4 hours
  • Repository query language
  • XML output:
  • METS XML package
    • Structural XML
    • MODS Bibliographic XML
  • 41MB XML data
slide22
We take raw library data and process it with MARC/XML parsing tools and local parsing rulesin order to build a Solr search index.
slide23

Raw data (MARC & METS XML)

  • Parsing libraries (Java code: marc4j, SAXParser)
  • Local code that defines parsing rules
  • Solr index
slide25

LEADER 02000cam a22003734a 45 0

001 6939454

005 20051208125417.0

008 051104s2004 enka $b 001 0 eng

010 $a 2003045349

035 $a (OCoLC)ocm52165958

040 $aDLC $c DLC $d XMA $d BAKER $d UKM

015 $a GBA430162 $2 bnb

016 7$a 012906573 $2 Uk

020 $a 0754605175 (alk. paper)

024 $a 99811375970

042 $a pcc

049 $a GZMA

050 00$a B3376.W564 $b W55355 2004

082 00 $a 111/.85/092 $2 21

245 00 $a Wittgenstein, aesthetics, and philosophy / $c edited by Peter B. Lewis.

260 $a Aldershot, Hants, England ; $a Burlington, VT : $b Ashgate, $c c2004.

300 $a xii, 255 p. : $b ill. ; $c 24 cm.

440 0 $a Ashgate Wittgensteinian studies

505 0$a Wittgenstein and the aesthetic domain / Kjell S. Johannessen -- 2. Wittgenstein, anti-essentialism and the definition of art / Terry Diffey -- 3. Rules, creativity and pictures : Wittgenstein\'s Lectures on aesthetics / David Novitz -- 4. Criticism without theory / Mark W. Rove -- 5. On aesthetic reactions and changing one\'s mind / Lars Hertzberg -- 6. Wittgenstein and the arts : understanding and performing / Graham McFee -- 7. Wittgenstein\'s music / R.A. Sharpe -- 8. Wittgenstein on music and language / Oswald Hanfling -- 9. Ethics and aesthetics are one / Carolyn Wilde -- 10. Fiction and reality in the arts / Ilham Dilman -- 11. Literature, human understanding and morality / Ben Tilghman -- 12. \'The self, thinking\' : Wittgenstein, Augustine and the autobiographical situation / Garry L. Hagberg

504 $a Includes bibliographical references (p. 235-247) and index.

slide26

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slide31

02000cam a22003734a 45 001000800000005001700008008004100025010001700066035002300083040003000106015001900136016001800155020002800173024001600201042000800217049000900225050002800234082002000262245007400282260006800356300003400424440003600458505081100494504006401305600005001369700002501419938007101444945001901515946003001534946001301564947002101577948001601598994001201614693945420051208125417.0051104s2004 enka b 001 0 eng a 2003045349 a(OCoLC)ocm52165958 aDLCcDLCdXMAdBAKERdUKM aGBA4301622bnb7 a0129065732Uk a0754605175 (alk. paper) a99811375970 apcc aGZMA00aB3376.W564bW55355 200400a111/.85/09222100aWittgenstein, aesthetics, and philosophy /cedited by Peter B. Lewis. aAldershot, Hants, England ;aBurlington, VT :bAshgate,cc2004. axii, 255 p. :bill. ;c24 cm. 0aAshgate Wittgensteinian studies0 aWittgenstein and the aesthetic domain / Kjell S. Johannessen -- 2. Wittgenstein, anti-essentialism and the definition of art / Terry Diffey -- 3. Rules, creativity and pictures : Wittgenstein\'s Lectures on aesthetics / David Novitz -- 4. Criticism without theory / Mark W. Rove -- 5. On aesthetic reactions and changing one\'s mind / Lars Hertzberg -- 6. Wittgenstein and the arts : understanding and performing / Graham McFee -- 7. Wittgenstein\'s music / R.A. Sharpe -- 8. Wittgenstein on music and language / Oswald Hanfling -- 9. Ethics and aesthetics are one / Carolyn Wilde -- 10. Fiction and reality in the arts / Ilham Dilman -- 11. Literature, human understanding and morality / Ben Tilghman -- 12. \'The self, thinking\' : Wittgenstein, Augustine and the autobiographical situation / Garry L. Hagberg aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 235-247) and index.10aWittgenstein, Ludwig,d1889-1951xAesthetics.1 aLewis, Peter,d1947- aBaker & TaylorbBKTYc99.95d99.95i0754605175n0004227086sactive c1d89087961587 a714694b2005-11-23c81.86 c99.95d1 aHEUR 4801bm,stk aSCNd348032 a92bGZM

slide38

4.

http://lucene.apache.org/solr/

what is solr
What is Solr?

An XML API over a Lucene search index.

slide42

Access to Raw Formats

Raw MARC stored for Merged record

Live calls made to Fedora

web services

data refresh
Data Refresh

Bibliographic: weekly

Circulation status: nightly

slide45

For more information, see

http://sdg.library.wisc.edu/blog/2010/03/03/solr-marc-indexing-based-on-diffs/

frontend
Frontend?
  • (X)HTML
  • JavaScript
  • Cascading Style Sheets
  • Design
    • Information Architecture
    • User experience
    • Chrome (images, icons, pretty)
forward colophon
Forward Colophon
  • ActiveRecordBaseWithoutTable (Rails plugin)
  • Apache
  • Blacklight (Rails plugin)
  • Blueprint CSS
  • Bookreader (jQuery)
  • Capistrano
  • Crontab
  • Engines (Rails plugin)
  • Fedora
  • Freebase API
  • GeoIP (Ruby gem)
  • Google Books API
  • Haml (Rails plugin)
  • Happymapper (Ruby gem)
  • HathiTrust API
  • jQuery
  • Ken (Ruby gem)
  • LowPro (Prototype JS)
  • MARC4J
  • Passenger (modrails)
  • Prototype JS
  • PostgreSQL
  • Raphael
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Shibboleth
  • Subversion
  • Solr / Lucene
  • Summon (Ruby gem)
  • UW-Madison Libraries Staff Directory API
  • UWDC (Rails plugin)
  • Voyager API
  • Tender love and attention
campus affiliation
Campus Affiliation

Users localize to a school, allows us scope many features to their campus.

GeoIP RubyGem

Match IP addresses with physical locations.

Raphaël—JavaScript Library

“Small JavaScript library that should simplify your work with vector graphics on the web”.

rapha l
Raphaël

SVG elements, like the circles and squares in the Forward splash page, can be treated as XHTML elements allowing us to manipulate them with JavaScript and CSS.

http://raphaeljs.com/

campus homepage
Campus Homepage

Forward application stack:

Apache+Passenger (modrails)

Ruby on Rails

PostgreSQL

Apache Solr

apache passenger
Apache+Passenger

Phusion Passenger is an Apache module, which makes deploying Ruby and Ruby on Rails applications on Apache a breeze.

http://www.modrails.com/

ruby on rails
Ruby on Rails

“Ruby on Rails is an open-source web framework that’s optimized for programmer happiness and sustainable productivity.”

http://rubyonrails.org/

postgresql
PostgreSQL

“PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational database system. It has more than 15 years of active development and a proven architecture that has earned it a strong reputation for reliability, data integrity, and correctness.”

http://www.postgresql.org/

apache solr
Apache Solr

“Solr is the popular, blazing fast open source enterprise search platform from the Apache Lucene project. Its major features include powerful full-text search, hit highlighting, faceted search, dynamic clustering, database integration, and rich document (e.g., Word, PDF) handling.”

http://lucene.apache.org/solr/

blueprint
Blueprint

“Blueprint is a CSS framework, which aims to cut down on your development time. It gives you a solid foundation to build your project on top of, with an easy-to-use grid, sensible typography, useful plugins, and even a stylesheet for printing.”

http://blueprintcss.org/

bookreader
BookReader

“The Internet Archive BookReader is used to view books from the Internet Archive online and can also be used to view other books. ”

http://github.com/openlibrary/bookreader

challenges72
Challenges
  • Merging MARC, METS extracts
  • Batch processing time (Time/CPU constraints)
  • Page level indexing (Bookviewer - memory/disk constraints)
  • Voyager API
  • Organization challenges
    • big project, small shop
    • dealing with vendor silos
    • multiple cataloging standards
    • quality of services challenges
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