I've done this by encoding the DC records in an OAI static repository, works great.
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> I wonder if you might be able to load the file in PKP Harvester.
> It should already be able to parse and index OAI-DC, and would give
> you a nice, simple interface. It's based on a straight LAMP stack,
> which would make it easier to get up and running than some of the
> other suggestions so far.
> It's designed to harvest rather than load data, but that has got to be
> a fairly simple thing to workaround. I've never done this myself, so I
> could be entirely wrong.
> David Walker
> Library Web Services Manager
> California State University
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> Edward M. Corrado [[log in to unmask]]
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] Simple Web-based Dublin Core search engine?
> I [will soon] have a small set (< 1000 records) of Dublin Core
> metadata published in OAI_DC format that I want to be searchable via a
> Web browser. Normally we would use Ex Libris's Primo for this, but
> this particular set of data may have some confidential information and
> our repository only has minimal built in search functions. While we
> still may go with Primo for these records, I am looking for at other
> possibilities. The requirements as I see them are:
> 1) Can ingest records in OAI_DC format
> 2) Allow remote end-users who are familiar with the collection search
> these ingest records via a Web browser.
> 3)Search should be keyword anywhere or individual fields although it
> does not need to have every whizzbang feature out there. In other
> words, basic search feature are fine.
> 4) Should support the ability to link to the display copy in our
> repository (probably goes without saying)
> 5) Should be simple to install and maintain (Thus, at least in my
> mind, eliminating something like Blacklight)
> 6) Preferably a LAMP application although a Windows server based
> solution is a possibility as well
> 7) Preferably Open Source, or at least no- or low-cost
> I haven't been able to find anything searching the Web, but it seems
> like something people may have done before. Before I re-invent the
> wheel or shoe-horn something together, does anyone have any