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  1. Solr Startup Checker Plugin

    After having had some issues with the new default Solr port in Rosetta 5.4.0.0, I suggest creating a startup checker plugin for Rosetta to test for Solr availability. Possible error scenarios involve:
    1.) network down
    2.) Name resolution down/misconfigured
    3.) Solr default port closed in the local firewall / Solr not listening


    1. & 2. could be checked by pinging the other servers' DNS names (NOT the IPs), which would test network availability and DNS resolution in one step. As Rosetta servers usually are located in the same subnet, we don't have to worry about ICMP firewall restrictions.

    2. could be tested…
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  2. Allow institutional parameters for (custom) plugins

    In a consortial landscape a plugin may be used by several institutions. However, each institution may need to use different parameters for a shared plugin.

    To give examples, consider these two business cases:
    (1) A plugin utililzes proprietary 3rd party software that is licenced per institution. In such case we must ensure that only the institutions that actually pay the licence fee have access to the functionality. The license key would have to be configured per institution.
    (2) A PDF migration plugin can take different input parameters which determine the output format to be created (e.g. to PDF/A-1b vs. PDF/A-2b).…

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