Difference between revisions of "Overview APE supporting archival management software"

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Here we will also inform you about solutions for exporting EAD/XML out of archival database management systems which our partners or content providers came up with themselves. As such we can already introduce you the ScopeArchiv apeEAD/XML export the National Archives of Hungary developed and which they would like to share with us:
 
Here we will also inform you about solutions for exporting EAD/XML out of archival database management systems which our partners or content providers came up with themselves. As such we can already introduce you the ScopeArchiv apeEAD/XML export the National Archives of Hungary developed and which they would like to share with us:
  
* [[NAH_Scope2apeEAD_export|National Archives of Hungary Scope 2 apeEAD export]]
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* [[NAH_Scope2apeEAD_export|National Archives of Hungary ScopeArchiv to apeEAD export]]
  
  
 
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Revision as of 13:50, 28 November 2016

The only thing required for contributing content to the Archives Portal Europe is to be able to produce finding aids in EAD/XML format. Since the Archives Portal Europe's tools take care of converting valid EAD/XML finding aids to the common apeEAD format, any EAD/XML format will do, as long as it is valid according to EAD2002 (for more information on EAD see: http://loc.gov/ead/). EAD/XML finding aids can be created via exports out of archival database management systems. Here we will provide a list of the archival management systems whose standard EAD/XML finding aids exports can be ingested and processed in the Archives Portal Europe without any problem.

Here we will also inform you about solutions for exporting EAD/XML out of archival database management systems which our partners or content providers came up with themselves. As such we can already introduce you the ScopeArchiv apeEAD/XML export the National Archives of Hungary developed and which they would like to share with us: