Copy IdRef (module for Omeka S)
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Copy IdRef is a module for Omeka S that allows to use the thesaurus IdRef of Abes in order to create new contents from IdRef data. This is useful when we need to create items for authors. If the author is not in Omeka, then it is possible to search in the IdRef base, to create the record inside it if needed and if you have an account on it, and to fetch data in a new item, and to link it with the item currently in edition.
This module uses the IdRef modal popup, so it's easier for the user to know the resource is created.
If you just need to link references from IdRef for some properties, the module Value Suggest should be used instead.
If items contain the uri, they may be automatically filled or updated.
See general end user documentation for installing a module.
If custom vocabs with uris are used in a mapping, you may need module Bulk Edit.
- From the zip
Download the last release CopIdRef.zip from the list of releases, and uncompress
it in the
modules directory, and rename the directory
- From the source and for development
If the module was installed from the source, rename the name of the folder of
the module to
When creating or editing a record, click on
Omeka Resource, search if the
resource does not already exist in your database, then, if needed, launch the
search in IdRef via the selector.
In the IdRef window, search for your record or create a new one (an account can be requested from Abes) and click on the button "Link the record". This record will be automatically created in Omeka and linked to the current resource.
A default mapping between Unimarc and Omeka ontologies is present in the
folder. You can modify it or complete it if needed. Only the authors and
collectivities are predefined, in addition to a generic mapping.
To update items, use the sync tool available in the module config.
- [ ] Modernize js (promise).
- [ ] Fill a new item (cf. module Advanced Resource Template).
- [ ] Implement the simplified mapping from the module Advanced Resource Template
Use it at your own risk.
It’s always recommended to backup your files and your databases and to check your archives regularly so you can roll back if needed.
See online issues on the [module issues] page on GitLab.
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- Copyright Daniel Berthereau, 2021 (see Daniel-KM on GitLab)
- Copyright Abes, (see files in the presentation)