ESIP FedSearchWorkshop 2010
- 1 Intro and Demos (45 min)
- 1.1 What is the ESIP Federated Search framework? (Lynnes - 10 min)
- 1.2 Client / Server Demos and Implementations
- 2 Work It Out (45 min)
Intro and Demos (45 min)
For newbies and experts alike!
What is the ESIP Federated Search framework? (Lynnes - 10 min)
Client / Server Demos and Implementations
Mirador Client and Server (Lynnes - 5 min)
We'll show the Mirador client accessing ECHO, GHRC and WSNEWS (see below).
ECHO Server and Client (Newman - 10 min)
WSNEWS Reusable Solr-based Server + Python downloader client (Hua - 10 min)
We will show our Federated OpenSearch server which was designed from the ground up to be simple, fast, lightweight, and portable. The talk will walk through our server implementation which extended Apache Solr (with its fast full-text search) with added space+time constraints. We will also show a simple and lightweight client used to automatically download all granules from a search result.
OpenSearch Perl Client (Duggan - 10 min)
I'd like to talk about and demo our implementation; it is an opensearch/federated search client written in Perl. We've been using it in production for almost a year where it's been mirroring data from our processing system to a shared computing environment. It has had to handle a lot of edge cases and has been heavily optimized.
Work It Out (45 min)
where we work on unresolved issues in the ESIP Federated Search framework. (Newbies are welcome to watch us make sausage...yum!)
Actually, we will briefly discuss each item, then designate a book boss to lead a solution to the issue.
- Resolving duplicate entries from multiple servers
- Handling exceptions
- Versioning the ESIP Framework
- Granule heterogeneity within datasets
- Incorporating data services
- Pomegranate and w10n-sci
- OPeNDAP (TBD)
- Integration with Service and Data casting?