Hi, Im currently using Omeka S for some documents, that have very specific properties, that are not found in Dublin Core, or any metadata ontology. Why?. Because we want to publish some of the content of the documents also in the metadata to make it searchable. Is there an easy way of creating these metadata types?
I have found that it is possible in Omeka Classic:
I have figured out, that maybe i can create my own rdf or turtle vocabulary and then import it on omeka, but i would like to avoid this. Is there a simpler solution?
For my part, i need some metadata that are not standardized as rdf, but in some other standards (marc cataloguing), and my users don’t want to lose them. And there are other cases where the user want to keep a quick note about an item in a shareable admin field, so it’s not standardized for that case, but very useful. Another use case is the import of data from an ecm tool. Of course, many fields are converted into rdf properties, but some data are very specific and requires specific fields, like it was very simple to do in Omeka Classic and in any ecm tool in fact.
All media I wanted to display had “transcription” in their title (you can remove this condition if you want to display all HTML media).
Dev version of Solr module is now able to index HTML media content. You have to choose “HTML content” — under “Media” category — as field. You also need to use PlainText value formatter in order not to index HTML tags (all tags are removed before indexing).