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'''Asynchronous in-place descriptive metadata editing using Fedora, Solr, and a Blacklight based website''' - Peter Mangiafico, Stanford University
A discussion on how we handle web based in-place descriptive metadata editing in a Blacklight based website, the Revs Digital Library. The technique allows users to edit metadata and see immediate results, while caching the edits to be applied asynchronously in batch mode against Stanford's Fedora based digital repository (including versioning of changes). We also provide auto-complete suggestions for certain fields from a controlled vocabulary.

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