Adding Format Identification Tools

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These are developer facing instructions for adding a new tool to base normalization on.
 
These are developer facing instructions for adding a new tool to base normalization on.
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The basic steps this section is looking to implement are:
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* Make the fileID tool a selectable choice
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* Specify that normalization will be using that fileIDType during normalization
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* Identify files using that tool, with valid archivematica fileIDs (format IDs)
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* Use those format IDs and associated commands to normalize files.
 
=Add tool=
 
=Add tool=
 
To include a new tool in the archivematica packages, it should be a dependancy package itself.
 
To include a new tool in the archivematica packages, it should be a dependancy package itself.

Revision as of 18:28, 29 May 2013

These are developer facing instructions for adding a new tool to base normalization on.

The basic steps this section is looking to implement are:

  • Make the fileID tool a selectable choice
  • Specify that normalization will be using that fileIDType during normalization
  • Identify files using that tool, with valid archivematica fileIDs (format IDs)
  • Use those format IDs and associated commands to normalize files.

Contents

Add tool

To include a new tool in the archivematica packages, it should be a dependancy package itself.

Add workflow

The choices for file identification tool choices are made at link f4dea20e-f3fe-4a37-b20f-0e70a7bc960e.

Additional choices can be added by adding entries.

SELECT 
    chainAvailable, startingLink, description 
FROM 
    MicroServiceChainChoice 
    JOIN MicroServiceChains ON chainAvailable = MicroServiceChains.pk 
WHERE 
    choiceAvailableAtLink = 'f4dea20e-f3fe-4a37-b20f-0e70a7bc960e';
+--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------+---------------------+
| chainAvailable                       | startingLink                         | description         |
+--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------+---------------------+
| 229e34d9-3768-4b78-97b7-6cd4a2f07868 | b549130c-943b-4791-b1f6-93b837990138 | extension (default) |
| c44e0251-1c69-482d-a679-669b70d09fb1 | 56b42318-3eb3-466c-8a0d-7ac272136a96 | FITS - DROID        |
| 1d8836cf-ac02-437c-9283-4ddb7b018810 | 37f2e794-6485-4524-a384-37b3209916ed | FITS - ffident      |
| d607f083-7c86-49a2-bc36-06a03db28a80 | 766b23ad-65ed-46a3-aa2e-b9bdaf3386d0 | FITS - JHOVE        |
| 586006d1-f3af-4b5f-9f1a-c893244fa7a9 | d7a0e33d-aa3c-435f-a6ef-8e39f2e7e3a0 | FITS - summary      |
| 50f47870-3932-4a88-879d-d021a24758ad | f87f13d2-8aae-45c9-bc8a-e5c32a37654e | FITS - file utility |
| c76624a8-6f85-43cf-8ea7-0663502c712f | 982229bd-73b8-432e-a1d9-2d9d15d7287d | FIDO                |
+--------------------------------------+--------------------------------------+---------------------+

FIDO was added by:

INSERT INTO MicroServiceChains (pk, startingLink, description)
    VALUES ('c76624a8-6f85-43cf-8ea7-0663502c712f', '982229bd-73b8-432e-a1d9-2d9d15d7287d', 'FIDO');
INSERT INTO MicroServiceChainChoice (pk, choiceAvailableAtLink, chainAvailable)
    VALUES ('e95b8f27-ea52-4247-bdf0-615273bc5fca', 'f4dea20e-f3fe-4a37-b20f-0e70a7bc960e', 'c76624a8-6f85-43cf-8ea7-0663502c712f');

Set selection

The first step in the workflow is to set the selection as the tool to use during normalization. This is done by making an insert into the unit's variables table for the variable normalizationFileIdentificationToolIdentifierTypes. The value set is a peice of a SQL query used in linkTaskManagerSplitOnFileIdAndruleset.py to restrict the fileIDs used to the desired type.

For FIDO:

INSERT INTO `MicroServiceChainLinks` (`pk`, `currentTask`, `defaultNextChainLink`, `defaultPlaySound`, `microserviceGroup`, `reloadFileList`, `defaultExitMessage`, `replaces`, `lastModified`) 
    VALUES ('982229bd-73b8-432e-a1d9-2d9d15d7287d','1e516ea6-6814-4292-9ea9-552ebfaa0d23','4c4281a1-43cd-4c6e-b1dc-573bd1a23c43',NULL,'Normalize',1,'Failed',NULL,'2012-10-23 19:41:23');
INSERT INTO `TasksConfigs` (`pk`, `taskType`, `taskTypePKReference`, `description`, `replaces`, `lastModified`) 
    VALUES ('1e516ea6-6814-4292-9ea9-552ebfaa0d23','6f0b612c-867f-4dfd-8e43-5b35b7f882d7','f130c16d-d419-4063-8c8b-2e4c3ad138bb','Set SIP to normalize with FIDO file identification.',NULL,'2012-10-23 19:41:23');
INSERT INTO `TasksConfigsSetUnitVariable` (`pk`, `variable`, `variableValue`, `microServiceChainLink`, `createdTime`, `updatedTime`) 
    VALUES ('f130c16d-d419-4063-8c8b-2e4c3ad138bb','normalizationFileIdentificationToolIdentifierTypes','FileIDTypes.pk = \'afdbee13-eec5-4182-8c6c-f5638ee290f3\'',NULL,'2012-10-23 19:41:23','0000-00-00 00:00:00');
INSERT INTO `MicroServiceChainLinksExitCodes` (`pk`, `microServiceChainLink`, `exitCode`, `nextMicroServiceChainLink`, `playSound`, `exitMessage`, `replaces`, `lastModified`) 
    VALUES ('82c97f8d-087d-4636-9dd9-59bbc04e6520','982229bd-73b8-432e-a1d9-2d9d15d7287d',0,'4c4281a1-43cd-4c6e-b1dc-573bd1a23c43',NULL,'Completed successfully',NULL,'2012-10-23 21:39:43');

Run tool

The next step is to run the tool on the objects. This requires both definition of the workflow, and a task to support it.

workflow

FIDO workflow link:

SET @YLink = '83484326-7be7-4f9f-b252-94553cd42370';

SET @TasksConfigPKReference = '46883944-8561-44d0-ac50-e1c3fd9aeb59';
SET @TasksConfig = '7f786b5c-c003-4ef1-97c2-c2269a04e89a';
SET @MicroServiceChainLink = '4c4281a1-43cd-4c6e-b1dc-573bd1a23c43';
SET @MicroServiceChainLinksExitCodes = 'd7653bbd-cd71-473d-b09e-fdd5b36a1d65';
SET @defaultNextChainLink = @YLink;
SET @NextMicroServiceChainLink = @YLink;

INSERT INTO StandardTasksConfigs (pk, filterFileEnd, filterFileStart, filterSubDir, requiresOutputLock, standardOutputFile, standardErrorFile, execute, arguments)
    VALUES (@TasksConfigPKReference, NULL, NULL, 'objects/', FALSE, NULL, NULL, 'archivematicaFido_v0.0', '--fileUUID "%fileUUID%" --SIPUUID "%SIPUUID%" --filePath "%relativeLocation%" --eventIdentifierUUID "%taskUUID%" --date "%date%" --fileGrpUse "%fileGrpUse%"');
INSERT INTO TasksConfigs (pk, taskType, taskTypePKReference, description)
    VALUES
    (@TasksConfig, 'a6b1c323-7d36-428e-846a-e7e819423577', @TasksConfigPKReference, 'Identify file formats with FIDO');
INSERT INTO MicroServiceChainLinks (pk, microserviceGroup, currentTask, defaultNextChainLink)
    VALUES (@MicroServiceChainLink, @microserviceGroup, @TasksConfig, @defaultNextChainLink);
INSERT INTO MicroServiceChainLinksExitCodes (pk, microServiceChainLink, exitCode, nextMicroServiceChainLink)
    VALUES (@MicroServiceChainLinksExitCodes, @MicroServiceChainLink, 0, @NextMicroServiceChainLink);
SET @NextMicroServiceChainLink = @MicroServiceChainLink;

Identify files script

The script must be created to identify the file and put an entry(s) in the FilesIdentifiedIDs table. For Fido this script is archivematicaFido.py

This script must be added to the client as a supported module.

archivematicaFido_v0.0 = %clientScriptsDirectory%archivematicaFido.py  

archivematicaClientModules

Return

The last link, to return to the processing workflow already exists, and must be defined as the next chain to process. The link is 83484326-7be7-4f9f-b252-94553cd42370

Add FPR rules

Populating the local FPR rules can be done by creating a temporary script, and using a set of sample files with extensions. Use the FileIDs for the extensions to populate values for already in preservation/access status, and related commands.

Fido example: [1]

FileIDTypes

Remember an entry for FileIDTypes is required.

INSERT INTO `FileIDTypes` (`pk`, `description`, `replaces`, `lastModified`, `enabled`) VALUES ('afdbee13-eec5-4182-8c6c-f5638ee290f3','FileIDByFIDO',NULL,'2013-03-12 01:54:24',1);
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