Use this object-type together with XSLStylesheet. Create first a schema as XML-object-type and publish it. Then create the XML-file and link it to the schema. The XML-file has to be linked to the XSLStylesheet by your local XIMS-Support.
The SimpleFormEdit Howto describes these steps. If you do not want to use XML together with SimpleFormEdit, you may omit the restrictions.
There are different applications for this object-type:
Vlibraries are basic Digital Library repositories.
SQLReports allow to integrate data from remote RDBMS into XIMS systems.
Reference Libraries store bibliographic data. Reference Library items can be imported and exported using
Endnote and other formats.
Regular search terms will be used searched for in the
lastname field of reference items. If you enter more than one
term, the terms will be ANDed - returning reference entries from both authors. Using a
field:value syntax, it is possible
to look for content in Reference Library property fields. Boolean operators "AND" and "OR" as well as grouping expressions
using parentheses can be used for complex queries. Per default, search terms will be used using an inexact match algorithms which can
potentially lead to ambigous results for authors who share parts of their lastnames. To find authors using an exact match algorithm, use the
author_id:value lookup keys.
workgroup:1234 (date:2005 OR preprint_submitdate:2005) project:googol
Zweistein serial:"Phys. Rev. Letters" date:1999
The SimpleDB object can be used to manage simple two-dimensional data structures. Using the web-interface, it is possible to set up a simple database using "String", "String options", "Textarea", "Boolean", "Integer", "Float", and "Datetime" datatypes.
See the SimpleDB Howto for an example usage.
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