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TitleRODA-in: A generic tool for the mass creation of Submission Information Packages
Author(s)Ramalho, José Carlos
Pereira, André
Ferreira, Miguel
Faria, Luís
KeywordsOAIS
SIP
RODA
Ingest
Preservation
Open Archival Information System (OAIS)
Submission Information Package (SIP)
Archives
Electronic Records Management System (ERMS)
Interoperability
Digital Preservation
Issue date24-Jun-2017
PublisherIEEE
JournalIberian Conference on Information Systems and Technologies (CISTI)
Abstract(s)RODA-in is an offline tool designed to easily create thousands of SIPs with gigabytes of data in an easy to use way. This is possible by using aggregation rules, which map files and folders to SIPs, and metadata association rules, which add metadata to the created SIPs. The basic workflow can be defined in a sequence of easy steps where the user starts by selecting the folders to be archived and then chooses which patterns will be used to transform the data in SIPs. As an optional step, it’s possible to edit the generated SIPs to either enrich them or fix exceptions to the rule. Lastly, it’s possible to export to two different formats: BagIt and E-ARK SIP. In this paper we present and discuss all the decisions and ideas taken to implement RODA-in like which workflow should be used, what aggregation and metadata association options are currently implemented, how the metadata templating system works and which other features can be used to enrich the SIPs.
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/46093
ISBN9789899843479
DOI10.23919/CISTI.2017.7975761
ISSN21660727
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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