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  1. Configure the delivery rules to display only logical structure maps, and not physical ones

    We would like the ability to configure the delivery rules to display only logical structure maps, and not physical ones as for one of our institutions, we’d like NOT to deliver the physical structMap, and only the logical one.

    Thanks,

    Ryan

    Ryan Edwards
    Digital Access and Systems Librarian
    Information Systems
    Getty Research Institute
    1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 1100
    Los Angeles, CA 90049-1688
    reedwards@getty.edu
    310.440.7398

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  2. Save Set information for repeated Processes

    Save Set information for repeated Processes

    When setting up a recurring Process that uses a Set with different values each time, Rosetta does not keep a record of the Set values each time it is generated, so that you cannot Rerun the previous Process instances in History. We propose a change to the recording of Set metadata so that each time a Set is used, its values are stored, thus allowing a Historical Process to be rerun at a later date. An example is rolling fixity checks, wherein a different range of SIPs are checked each day using the same…

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  3. Ability to integrate our Ingest tool with Rosetta

    We are looking at supporting the ability to add a new format to our Ingest tool, in conjunction with this we would like that to trigger some type of API call to Rosetta and add the file format as an allowed format as well.

    In Rosetta you can add a new file extension in the Submission Format area of the UI. We have provided the option to add a new format in our Ingest tool, So once they do this, we would like this to trigger an some type of API call to Rosetta and add the new file extension…

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  4. Support Oracle Internet Directory

    Support OID as an alternative to tnsnames.ora in Oracle Installation. OID is the DNS like service for Oracle that we use heavily in our institution.

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  5. Rosetta UX

    I am currently working in Rosetta 5.4 and there are a couple of UX isues that would make using the prodiuct a lot easier.

    One of these is on the pull down list. It pwiuld be good if the pull-down lists were sorted alphabetically - for example when adding a New Deposit Material flow when I access the 'Select conent structure' the list that is display is in some sort of order but it is definettly not alphabetical

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  6. exportIE() WebAPI / file permissions of exported IEs

    At SLUB, we currently use the IE export feature via API. The webservice is called using an export path that points to an NFS share, which itself is shared between the Rosetta cluster and the Submission Application servers that run ingest and access tasks. One of those tasks is to extract exported IE .tars, restructure them to resemble their original structure as provided by the producer, provide the result to the producer and (this is key) remove the exported .tar, as it is no longer needed. Now, whenever Rosetta exports an IE, the resulting .tar archive is created on that…

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  7. Publishing Sync Job - View Log

    hen running a Publishing Sync Job and looking at the assciated 'View' we get the following information

    Mon Jan 07 09:06:40 AEST 2019 INFO sync all configurations for IE publishing
    Mon Jan 07 09:06:40 AEST 2019 INFO sync the configurationId: 18981614
    Mon Jan 07 09:06:41 AEST 2019 INFO sync the profileId: 18981613
    Mon Jan 07 09:06:41 AEST 2019 INFO Handling new IEs
    Mon Jan 07 09:06:41 AEST 2019 INFO Handling Removed IEs
    Mon Jan 07 09:06:41 AEST 2019 INFO Handling updated IEs
    Mon Jan 07 09:06:41 AEST 2019 INFO Finished sync for the profileId: 18981613
    Mon Jan 07 09:06:41 AEST…

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  8. Wasted space in General IE Viewer

    I've noticed that there is a lot of repeated information at the top of the General IE Viewer that pushes the meat of the viewer - the image or media content - down. It would be great to have this redesigned so that each of the options and information is not repeated. See the attached image or go to http://hdl.handle.net/10020/2004r10/job5251 to see an example.

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