Actually it doesn't seem like a terribly obvious use case: how would a user
be in a position to send multiple things for enrichment? What happens after
Ümlaut seems kind of a perfect intermediary for this, but you'll need to
work out the before and after (mainly the use case!)
On Friday, March 6, 2015, Smith, Steelsen <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm new to this list, so if there are any conventions I'm ignoring I'd
> appreciate someone letting me know.
> I'm working on a project to allow requests that will go to multiple
> systems to be aggregated in a requesting interface. It would be implemented
> as an independent application, allow a "shopping list" of items to be
> added, and be able to perform some back end business logic (availability
> checking, metadata enrichment, etc.).
> This seems like a very common use case so I'm surprised that I've had
> trouble finding anyone who has published an application that works like
> this - the closest I've found being Umlaut which doesn't seem to support
> multiple simultaneous requesting (although I couldn't get as far as
> "request" in any sample system to be certain). Is anyone on the list aware
> of such a project?
> Steelsen Smith
> Fulfillment Systems Specialist
> Enterprise Systems Group
> Yale Library IT