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DSpace has many interfaces that allow for <font color="red">'''content interoperability'''</font> with other systems. In addition DSpace is built using [[SUNScholar/Open_System|open systems]] to allow for <font color="red">'''technical interoperability'''</font> with other open systems.
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DSpace has many interfaces that allow for <font color="red">'''content interoperability'''</font> with other systems.
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In addition DSpace is built using [[SUNScholar/Open_System|open systems]] to allow for <font color="red">'''technical interoperability'''</font> with other open systems.

Revision as of 16:06, 7 May 2016

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Introduction

As per wikipedia;

"Interoperability is a property of a product or system, whose interfaces are completely understood, to work with other products or systems, present or future, without implementation or any restrictions in access."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interoperability

Interfaces

What "interfaces" does DSpace have?

Input

  1. Submit items using the submission system.
  2. Submit items using the web API.
  3. Submit items using the SWORD interface.
  4. Export/Import content using the XMLUI administrative interface.
  5. Export/Import using the packages format.
  6. Export/Import using the simple archive format.
  7. Export/Import metadata using the XMLUI batch metadata editor.
  8. Backup and restore using the AIP format.

Output

  1. Allow users to "download" content via the XMLUI interface.
  2. Allow other systems to modify content using the web API.
  3. Allow other systems to "harvest" content via the OAI interface.
  4. Export/Import content using the XMLUI administrative interface.
  5. Export/Import using the packages format.
  6. Export/Import using the simple archive format.
  7. Export/Import metadata using the XMLUI batch metadata editor.
  8. Backup and restore using the AIP format.

Conclusion

DSpace has many interfaces that allow for content interoperability with other systems.

In addition DSpace is built using open systems to allow for technical interoperability with other open systems.