There is a perl implementation of the server (or ACS, in SIP
terminology) side, which I believe is incorporated into the Koha code. A
CVS repository is available from SourceForge
(http://openncip.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/openncip/). It doesn't
appear to be too actively worked on at the moment. I don't know if how
helpful it will be, since you're probably looking at libraries for the
client side, but there may be useful stuff in there for you.
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Subject: [CODE4LIB] SIP2 SDK available
Hello everyone, my name is Migell Acosta and I am new to the list. I am
at the County of Los Angeles Public Library.
I am interested in developing our own automated check in system because
the commercial offerings are a bit pricey and not very innovative.
So, my task will be to write the user interface, but I'd like to avoid
writing the SIP2 component from scratch. Does anyone know of a SIP2 SDK
or software library available as FOSS or paid license? I'm not too
picky about programming language. We have a developer on staff who can
adapt to a few different languages.
Thanks very much.
County of Los Angeles Public Library
Interim Assistant Director, Information Systems
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