I am speaking about retrieval...
For updates, the Server Application is also the data management
application and must know about the authority lists (effectively to
expand codes to terms when indexing in Lucene).
My question is about retrieval. An example: a user searches about
"Mozart" in the European Library. Let suppose Windmusic.org is
integrated in possible servers...
It will receive a SRU query for "Mozart" and it will answer with music
scores of Mozart (or about Mozart or referring to Mozart).
Those music scores bibliographic records are full of codes (composer
code, publisher code, keyword codes, type of record codes, etc.) that
must be expanded in the user language.
Who does it? Does the server application receive in the SRU query an
indication of the user language?
Theo van Veen a écrit :
> It seems to me that when the translated terms have to be indexed the
> concepts have to be downloaded and expanded before indexing.
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: SRU (Search and Retrieve Via URL) Implementors [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Namens Christophe Dupriez
> Verzonden: vrijdag 21 augustus 2009 13:36
> Aan: [log in to unmask]
> Onderwerp: Generic SRU Server interface for SolR (or Lucene)?
> As I am looking to a design allowing (for instance) the European Library
> to query a SolR index of bibliographic references, I am wondering if a
> parameterized module exists to do this!
> Another question: I worked a lot to integrate authority lists with
> DSpace. This allows to store concept codes in a database and to index
> all its translations and synonyms.
> This bring a problem: where the concept code has to be translated into
> the user language?
> In the SRU response? Then the SRU request must specify the user language
> (is it the case?)
> In the SRU client (or in the calling application)? Then the client
> application will need the possibility to query the authority lists to
> translate the concepts codes it encounters in the SRU query results.
> I will be happy to read your thoughts!
> Have a nice week-end!
> Christophe Dupriez
> P.S. The application I am working on (with authority lists) is beginning
> its operations: http://www.windmusic.org/dspace
> SolR will be for a new one...