After several months of development, support for S3 as a storage system for Goobi workflow has now been integrated. This means that Goobi can now be operated within the Amazon Cloud using the appropriate storage structure.
https://github.com/intranda/goobi/commit/ab154014f8e03ecc34973eacdd78a0564afe52cc https://github.com/intranda/goobi/commit/2f14bd25911d1715004dc93d3a9b863af8e1b316 https://github.com/intranda/goobi/commit/b591884c3d234bffefe0a49aaac7e5b2f2119ec2 https://github.com/intranda/goobi/commit/2c42756520a3365f078c3e94e77817edca3426f7 https://github.com/intranda/goobi/commit/9ef20712319f8a7b1bdad3bcb5b0dc6d4aa764ab
In addition to the existing editing fields such as InputBox, SelectBox, MultiSelectBox, TextArea and some others, a new type for editing metadata has been added to the METS Editor. This serves for the treatment of RichText data and permits thus a collection of texts including formatting defaults. The storage takes place thereby within the METS file as HTML.
The configuration of this new field type takes place within the file
goobi_metadataDisplayRules.xml as an example:
In order to ensure that the Common Authority File (GND) of the German National Library continues to function correctly in the event that it cannot be accessed, the GND will now only be queried with a maximum of three attempts. In the event of faulty communication, further attempts and a further waiting period for the user are thus avoided.
In addition to the existing GoobiScripts, there are now several new scripts for editing process properties. With these new calls, it is now possible to change or delete existing properties and add new properties for multiple tasks together.
action:propertySet name:PROPERTY_TITLE value:MY_VALUEaction:propertyDelete name:PROPERTY_TITLE
Within the METS editor, Goobi suggests content to the user for several fields. This suggestion list has now been optically limited to a certain height, so that it is still easy to use even with a large number of suggestions.