I'm not a big user of CONTENTdm, but I was interested in this question
so I did a little bit of digging around. I didn't turn anything up, but
would it be practical for your situation to approach it a different way
and use the Custom XML export, as described here:
The DataCite schema is pretty simplistic, so this might be a
possibility. You'd probably still need to do a little massaging, but
this might get you 90% of the way there.
Unless I missed the point entirely, which is what usually happens. =)
On 12-03-08 11:59 AM, Medina-Smith, Andrea wrote:
> I've searched the listserv, but I haven't found anything on this. I'm convinced someone has done it before us here at NIST. Basically, we are in the process of depositing DOIs for legacy articles with CrossRef, and while we can do it via a web entry form it would be much easier and faster if I could transform the xml that is exported from our CONTENTdm repository to the schema used by CrossRef.
> Has anyone come up with the xslt for that particular transformation? I'm comfortable w/ xml, but not with xsl so noob alert.
> Thanks in advance,
> Andrea Medina-Smith
> Metadata Librarian
> NIST Gaithersburg
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