nunojob:~ dscape/08$ echo The Black Sheep

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Well, here is the long promised screen-cast. The amount of topics covered is simply huge. To get you ready for the screen-cast I prepared some other more introductory screen-cast as well as some articles on these subjects. I’m sorry that I don’t have the time to document the REST, but I really advice to invest some time learning it as it’s a very pragmatic way of delivering high quality web services.

I strongly advice you to download this screen-cast from rapidshare as both Youtube and Google Videos quality is really awful. You can download it from here.

This work was really fun to do. So I hope to have the opportunity to develop it further and manage nested rest routes like /mets/1/agents to return the agents of the first submission information package (sip) using some cool DB2 pureXML features. I really feel that with a good plugin to help users take full advantage of DB2 pureXML features and a little of imagination this web-service could be of some use.

I also expect to complete the xforms model as it is not indexing a fileptr to each category when such is selected. I hope to implement this soon enough.

Here are the associated resources I developed:

And here are the other two screencasts I produced to introduce you to XForms and METS:

I also advice you to take a look at this articles. All of them where very helpful to my work.

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Comments on: "METS Standard with IBM DB2 Express C using XForms as user-interface and Ruby on Rails as a Rest Web-services" (4)

  1. [...] my most recent screen-cast I explored an interesting technique of taking advantage of rails RESTful design and DB2 pureXML [...]

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