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version 0.2.0 on Jan 5th, 2011


  • Products.CMFBibliography 1.0.0 or higher
  • optional: Products.ATBiblioStyles
SFX server integration (OpenURL support)

The module provides a propertysheet portal_properties -> cmfbibliographyat where you can enable the SFX server integration support (SFX integration property). The Metaresolver URL property allows you to specify a meta-resolver (e.g. http://worldcatlibraries.org/registry/gateway').

Syndication support

humboldt.cmfbibliographyat supports syndication out-of-the-box.

  • enable the syndication action in portal_actions -> object -> syndication by

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toggling the Visible checkbox - visit the Syndication tab of your bibliographic folder and enable syndication

Using syndication support
  • add @@atom.xml or @@rss.xml to the URL of your bibliographic folder
  • there is also a document action Feed pointing you a feed URL generator

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where you can choose the feed format (ATOM, RDF, RSS) (and bibliographic style if available).

  • an optional request parameter style can be set to

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simple, full::

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In addition we support rendering of bibliographic references in different styles through the (optionally installed) add-on ATBiblioStyles. Feed entries can be styled by specifying the internal style name like

  • stl_default
  • stl_minimal
  • stl_chicago
  • stl_harvard
  • stl_mla
  • stl_apa
  • stl_ecosciences


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humboldt.cmfbibliographyat is funded by the Humboldt University of Berlin


humboldt.cmfbibliographyat is published under the GNU Publice License V2 (GPL)

Andreas Jung
ZOPYX Ltd. & Co. KG
Charlottenstr. 37/1
D-72070 Tuebingen, Germany

Changelog (2010-02-16)
  • fixed feed names (2010-01-26)
  • changed query string generation for OpenURL
0.1.6 (2010-01-25)
  • changed meta resolver URL
0.1.5 (2009-16-18)
  • added UI for feed URL generation
  • changed URL for 'Feed' action to @@feeds
0.1.4 (2009-16-17)
  • improved feed integration and parameter handling
  • (optional integration with Products.ATBiblioStyles (on the syndication

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0.1.3 (2009-16-12)
  • BibReferenceEntry adapter now respects a custom request parameter 'detail_view'

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providing additional information about bibliographic items.

0.1.2 (2009-16-12)
  • added documentation action point to the @@atom.xml view
0.1.1 (2009-16-12)
  • including a basic HTML view for syndicated bibliography entries
0.1.0 (2009-16-12)
  • SFX server integration
  • per reference-type specific identifiers
  • added Products.fatsyndication and Products.basesyndication as new dependency
  • added adapter for CMFBibAT related types for integration with base-/fatsyndication

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