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Current released version

SWORD-Fedora 1.1 (September 2008) is the currently released version.

Compatibility

Compatible with Fedora Version 2.x.

Table of Contents

About This Service
Installation
Configuring the Service
Additional Information

About This Service

SWORD (Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit) is a protocol for interoperable deposit between repository platforms. It was developed by a JISC project during 2007. See http://www.swordapp.org/ and http://sourceforge.net/projects/sword-app/ for more information.

Although the current release version of SWORD-Fedora is 1.1, this document describes the upcoming release which provides both SWORD Profile 1.3 and Fedora 3.x support.

Installation

To install the service:

  • Until the next release of SWORD-Fedora, download a GNU tarball of the source from http://sword-app.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/sword-app/fedora/trunk.tar.gz?view=tar.
  • Unpack trunk.tar.gz (e.g. tar xvzf trunk.tar.gz).
  • Edit conf/properties.xml
    o Replace all instances of FEDORA_HOST:FEDORA_PORT with the host and port of your Fedora installation, e.g.: replace http://FEDORA_HOST:FEDORA_PORT/fedora/get/##PID## with http://localhost:8080/fedora/get/##PID##
    o Similarly, update the properties/fedora/host and properties/fedora/port elements.
    o Edit properties/general/repository_uri to point to the SWORD-Fedora endpoint, e.g. http://localhost:8080/sword (or any unique uri for your repository).
    o Edit properties/general/temp_dir with the full path to a temporary directory that SWORD-Fedora can use for processing uploads (e.g. /tmp).
  • Edit build.xml
    o Change <property name="tomcat" location="/usr/local/jakarta-tomcat-5.0.28"/> to point to the location of your Tomcat installation (e.g. /usr/local/fedora/tomcat).
  • Build SWORD-Fedora
    o ant dist
    o This will build sword.war and copy it to the webapps directory of the Tomcat installation specified in build.xml.
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