[tdwg-guid] First step in implementing LSIDs
RichardsK at landcareresearch.co.nz
Tue Jun 12 22:48:04 CEST 2007
The main use of the LSID http proxy would be when you have an RDF document or a triple store full of data that has BOTH the LSID and the http version (as described on the wiki page http://wiki.tdwg.org/twiki/bin/view/GUID/LsidHttpProxyUsageRecommendation).
If ALL you had was the LSID "URN:LSID:landcareresearch.co.nz:Names:0F9D60F1-59C7-495D-A37E-09C23770DD18" and no other data at all, and you want to resolve it using the http proxy, then yes you are a bit stuck (as far as I know). Unless we set up an LSID http proxy repository that can be queried and returns the http proxy url for an LSID? Or you could just use the "hard coded" http proxy resolver at http:/lsid.tdwg.org/[lsid].
>>> "Gregor Hagedorn" <G.Hagedorn at BBA.DE> 12/06/2007 7:17:35 p.m. >>>
> For those wanting another LSID http proxy example, I have changed our
> LSID resolver here at Landcare to serve up the proxy compliant RDF.
> returns the metadata for the lsid
> I took me about an hour to change the RDF generator and setup a
> redirection web directory on our web server (Microsoft IIS).
I have an object with
I think the problem is that, without me telling my software something I have
gathered from this email, my software has no means to know about what you
describe as easy.
Unless it has an LSID resolver, in which case it would not need the http
This is what the proposal to always use alternating http and LSID guids in any
object we communicate about is saying. Whenever you publish
also have to provide the http version of it.
Gregor Hagedorn (G.Hagedorn at bba.de)
Institute for Plant Virology, Microbiology, and Biosafety
Federal Research Center for Agriculture and Forestry (BBA)
Königin-Luise-Str. 19 Tel: +49-30-8304-2220
14195 Berlin, Germany Fax: +49-30-8304-2203
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