Installation and Operation Manual Ganesha Digital Library GDL Version 4.0

Installation and Operation Manual Ganesha Digital Library GDL Version 4.0

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1. Installation and Operation Manual Ganesha Digital Library (GDL Version 4.0) KMRG

2. Vision and Objectives

3. The Use of GDL4.0 GDL4.0 can be used for the following purposes: Managing scholar resources: theses, dissertations, research reports, journal, publication, etc. Promoting the SME?s products: E-Mall (currently the e-transaction is not supported). Managing the art work and heritage resources: pictures, songs, videos, etc. Managing the expertise directory of people and organizations. Etc.. You can extend the metadata schema for other purposes easily. And the most important, develop distributed knowledge respository network.

4. Table Of Contents Installation Manual Getting the source code & the file system structure Fresh Installation Virtual Host Installation Getting Started Registering the Node Introduction to NeONs (Network of Networks) Registering Node Generate Node Configuration Data Edit Node Configuration Modification Language Header and interfaces Add New metadata schemas Operation Manual User Administrator Synchronization Export & Import Connect, Send & Receive Records

5. Installation Manual

6. Getting The Source Code Files: Download: CD-ROM: Send order to KMRG ITB, GDL Directory Structure: See this picture ?

7. Windows > Fresh Installation (1) Installation files: for Windows 98 for Windows NT, 2000, and XP. Directory structure of the archive: C:\gdl40\ Apache\ ? htdocs\ ? contain the GDL4.0 scripts. ? Mysql\ PHP\

8. Windows > Fresh Installation (2) Installation steps: Extract the installation (zip) file according to your Windows version, to C:\ directory. Browse the C:\gdl40\ directory, like this figure. Click ?install.bat? to start installation. This will copy ?expat.dll? and ?sablot.dll? to the system32 directory, and create c:\tmp directory. Starting the GDL Server: Click the ?gdlstart-nt.bat? file to start the Apache and MySQL server. Stopping the GDL Server: Click the ?gdlstop-nt.bat? file to stop the server. You may create shortcut for both files on your desktop.

9. Windows > Fresh Installation (3)

10. Linux/Windows > Virtual Host Installation (1) Requirements: Windows or Linux RH 7.0 Other OS: you need to recompile SWISH-E according to your OS platform, then copy it to ./bin/ directory. Assumptions: Your PC already has had Apache, MySQL, and PHP installed. You want to create new DL site (virtual host), e.g. Steps: Extract ? to virtual host document root, such as at ?htdocs-gdl40?.

11. Linux/Windows > Virtual Host Installation (2) Steps (cont?d): Configure your apache.conf to include the new virtual host (not discussed). Configure your DNS for new virtual host (not discussed). Configure GDL database connection file: File: conf/ Set variables: dbhostname, dbuser, dbpassword, and dbname according to your existing installation. Configure GDL system configuration file: File: conf/system.conf Important variable sections for modification: Operating system Application & Network Proxy Collection_folder Default language

12. Linux/Windows > Virtual Host Installation (3) Steps (cont?d): Restart your web server. Install database for the first time: Open web browser. Open

13. Linux/Windows > Virtual Host Installation (4)

14. Getting Started

15. Getting Started

16. Login

17. Node List under a Network

18. Browse Collections

19. List of Metadata Titles

20. Read Metadata

21. Quick Search

22. Advanced Search

23. User Registration

24. User Account Activation (1)

25. User Account Activation (2)

26. Registering the Node

27. Introduction to NeONs This GDL4.0 version support the development of NeONs, Network of Networks.

28. Configuration of a Network (Cluster)

29. System Configuration Setting System Configuration setting: Edit the system configuration file: conf/system.conf. $conf[neon_name] = Name of the Mother Network (alphanumeric, no space). Example: IDLN (IndonesiaDLN). $conf[network] = Name of the Cluster Network (alphanumeric, no space). Example: ETD (Electronic Theses and Dissertation). $conf[role] = HUB. Role of the server, set as HUB server for the Cluster Network. For nodes, set as NODE.

30. Register New Node at Hub Server

31. Publishers Table at Hub Server

32. Generate Configuration for Node

33. Set The Publisher/Node Configuration File

34. Modification

35. Language (1) You can add new language for the interface. Currently only languages that use Roman script are supported. Edit the language configuration file: languages/lang.cfg.

36. Language (2) Create new directory which is the same with the language ID. Create these files: [langID].inc error_[langID].inc help_[langID].inc Just learn and follow the existing sample.

37. Language (3) Edit file src/ to display the language switch for user.

38. Tools & Configuration

39. Header Images You can change the header image using your institution logo. Create new header image, and copy to costumize/ directory. Edit the file and change the image file name.

40. Metadata Schemas

41. Schema Configuration Files Each metadata schema requires the following files (at schemas/ directory): XML Template: [schema].xml [schema] Entry Forms: form_upload_[schema].inc form_upload_[schema] Add schema link in this file: Detail Display: box_metadata_[schema].inc Advanced Search: Edit search.cfg. result_[schema].inc

42. Schema XML Template

43. Example of XML Template

44. Table Structure for Metadata

45. Operation Manual

46. Repository Explorer

47. Create Root Folder for Organization Lists

48. Create Folder for New organization

49. Organization List in the Metadata Form

50. Upload New Metadata (1)

51. Upload New Metadata (2)

52. Upload New Metadata (3)

53. Upload File (1)

54. Upload File (2)

55. Show Metadata Detail

56. Updating Search Index File

57. Indexing on Windows

58. Synchronization

59. Export Metadata to a Compressed File

60. Give Metadata Archive to other Nodes

61. Import Other Nodes Metadata Archives

62. Importing Progress?

63. Setting Synchronization Options

64. Connect

65. Harvesting Node (Publisher) Records

66. Send/Receive Metadata Records (1)

67. Send/Receive Metadata Records (2)

68. Result: Collection from Other Nodes

69. More Information Knowledge Management Research Group ITB IndonesiaDLN Contact General Secretary: Arif Rifai Dwiyanto Mailing list: (Official web site) (Hub server) Swish-E Index and Search engine application

70. Author Ismail Fahmi

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