Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of PresentFeatures

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09/11/08 21:04:33 (12 years ago)
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  • PresentFeatures

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    11= ISIS-NBP Features =  
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    3  * ISIS NBP is a software released to the public following an [wiki:NbpLicense open license], 
    4    taking into consideration the disclaimers to protect BIREME and other institutions  
    5    participants on any liability regarding the access, development, distribution, use,  
    6    merchantability and marketing related to the software; 
     3 ISIS-NBP is not a closed product, but an ongoing project under continuos 
     4 development. In this page, we try to document its set of completed features, 
     5 or at least close to completion. 
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     7 The [http://reddes.bvsaude.org/projects/isisnbp/report/18 completed tickets] are another source of  
     8 information about consolidated features. 
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    8  * CDS/ISIS databases (.mst and .xrf) are natively operable by the ISIS-NBP. 
     10 The (source) code remains the ultimate source of reference for ISIS-NBP capabilities. 
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     12 * Native support for traditional CDS/ISIS databases (.mst and .xrf). 
     13 * Configurable master file binary layout; 
     14 * Supports undelete operation on records; 
     15 * Basic support for the formatting (pft) language expressions. 
     16 * Basic support for CRUD (Create/Retrieve/Update/Delete) operations through 
     17   the Console and Gateway (HTML interface, HTTP and XML-RPC); 
     18 * Cascaded .ini-based initialization: default, global file (command line), per master file; 
     19 * Support for collections (groups of master files); 
     20 * HTML embedded interface for minimal database manipulation; 
     21 * full-Unicode support; 
     22 * i18n support in source code to translate the user interface and error messages; 
     23 * interchangeable support for files generated from Unix or DOS/Windows without the need 
     24   to do conversions; 
     25 * native support to language encodings; 
     26 * interactive console for database browsing and maintenace; 
     27 * remote console acessible through SSH protocol (with authentication and encryption); 
     28 * Automated test case; 
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