The Goobi Handbook covers every aspect of the workflow management application Goobi. In terms of content, it is aimed equally at users, project managers and administrators. As well as describing how the workflow components are operated, it provides a detailed explanation of the Goobi METS Editor.
The technical documentation for the Goobi viewer provides a very detailed description of the individual configuration options that allow users to present their digitised material in the required form in their own digital libraries. As well as explaining how to configure Solr (the search machine technology used by the Goobi viewer) for the various metadata formats, it describes the possible settings for presenting metadata and other information linked to the source objects.
The technical documentation for the intranda TaskManager covers every single plugin. It explains how the plugins function and how they can be integrated into other software tools and workflow solutions such as Goobi. In addition, the documentation describes the individual parameters used for program calls for the TaskManager plugins.
The UGH metadata library is used in both Goobi and the intranda Universal Capturing Client. Its role is to control the processing of metadata and the serialisation of metadata as METS, MARC and LIDO files. The configuration of metadata processing is generally based on defined rulesets, and these are explained in the documentation.
The Universal Capturing Client is a highly flexible and user-friendly scanning application that links directly to Goobi. It can be used to capture and immediately publish structure data and metadata during the actual scanning process. The handbook explains how the application is operated and configured.
The documentation for the application Sync2Goobi explains how to automatically export large volumes of data to Goobi using a locally running program and how in this context the corresponding tasks are marked as completed within Goobi. In particular, the documentation explains how to use the application.
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