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1 Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET Online Presentation of the REGNET system (V1)

2 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 2 Context Standalone system: 1 CSC Actors: Standard user from Internet Supplier: someone which provides material Administrator Terminals: WEB or WAP

3 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 3 Configuration Regnet Portal User DB Host: Valtech Data Entry Host: AIT Search & Retrieval Host: AIT Procurement Host: Valtech Ontology DB Ontology Host: CERT EShop + PCM Host: ZEUS Internet

4 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 4 Scenario 1: standard user Internet User Search & Retrieval EShop Registration Connexion Registration Connexion

5 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 5 Scenario 2: supplier (content provider) Registration Connexion Registration Connexion Search & Retrieval Procurement Content provider Data Entry Ontology Publisher

6 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 6 Scenario 3: supplier (external organisation) External content provider Connexion Registration done by administrator Procurement Manage his showcase PCM Manage his showcase

7 Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET PORTAL

8 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 8 REGNET Web Portal Entry Point The REGNET Portal is the entry point to the REGNET infrastructure

9 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 9 REGNET Portal Regional Entry Points

10 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 10 REGNET Web Portal Usability It balances the uniformity of user browsing with the transparence respect to the applications Internationalization WAI Friendly and quickly access to the applications

11 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 11 REGNET Web Portal Usability - Internationalization Portal contents are available in different languages The choice of a language is automatically detected from user browser preferences But the user can change the navigation language at any time

12 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 12 REGNET Web Portal Usability - WAI Conformance to WAI Guidelines will help to make the REGNET Web Portal more accessible to users with disabilities and will benefit all users REGNET Portal aims at achieve the conformance to level Triple-A of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, including all Priority 1, Priority 2, and Priority 3 checkpoints defined in the Guidelines.

13 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 13 Features provided Portal layer Language selection User Registration User Authentication User Profile Management Portal layout customization

14 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 14 Features provided Applications layer Access to different applications and services: Online-Shop Procurement Data Generation Search E-publishing News board Forum etc…

15 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 15 WAP browsing Available functions User Authentication Overview of available applications Simple Search Display of wbmp images

16 Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET CH DATA MANAGEMENT

17 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 17 CH Data Management Manage one Document Base (=Database) Main functionalities Create Documents (+ Lookup-functionality for common terms) Search for Documents Edit Documents Delete Documents Bulk load of XML Documents Export functionalities (Print, process documents with XSL stylesheets)

18 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 18 CH Data Management Example Scenario InventoryDokumentation Use the REGNET Data Entry Tool Acquisition (acquisition of real object)

19 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 19 CH Data Management Example: KVA Data Management Screenshot 1: Search Interface Search for Astronom* within the document- type DUBLINCORE Screenshot 2: Result Page 239 Documents found. Details of 1st record displayed. Screenshot 3: Edit Record Edit the OBJECT section of one record.

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23 Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET SEARCH & RETRIEVAL

24 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 24 Search & Retrieval Search all available Document Bases (=Databases) Main functionalities Selection of databases Selection of document type Define your own Search-Project Lookup helps to find common phrases for some fields

25 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 25 Search & Retrieval Screenshot 1: Search Interface 2 Databases are selected (KVA, ONB) Document type PLACE is selcected The Lookup functionality for Place Country is used and A, CH and D are selected. A project-name MyNewProject is defined 100 Result Records is selected. Screenshot 2: Result Page 47 Documents found. XML view (with integrated XML viewer) of 1st record displayed.

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28 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 28 Search & Retrieval: JAVA Client Web Services provide access to the databases. Web Services provide a (programming)- language independent way to link components. Open for JAVA,.NET, PHP, ASP,... Clients. JAVA Client for multi-site search. Acts as model for other regnet components to access Cultural Heritage Data.

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31 Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET ONTOLOGY

32 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 32 Ontology – SOAP implementation Essential for the integration of the Ontology with all other REGNET modules Deployed on Apache SOAP v2.2 Based on Apache Xindice v1.0 (XML:DB API) Developed in Java

33 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 33 Ontology – SOAP implementation Ontology Apache Xindice DB Apache Tomcat Apache SOAP Ontology SOAP methods REGNET Module XML:DB API Soap request Soap response

34 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 34 Ontology – SOAP implementation Ontology-SOAP methods developed for: Adding an XML file / Collection to Ontology Listing the XML files / Collections of the Ontology Deleting an XML file / Collection from Ontology Retrieving an XML file / Collection from Ontology Checking for the existence of a user profile Creating unique keys to be used by all REGNET modules

35 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 35 Topic Map Generator Tool Tool for the generation of XTM files Used for editing topics and associations

36 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 36 Topic Map Generator Tool It is based on the TM4J (Topic Maps for JAVA) and the XML:DB API Topic Map Generator is integrated with the Knowledge Base (native XML DB - Xindice) Web-based user friendly interface - similar to K42 Supports concurrent requests Tested with the Saints and the Habsburg representative REGNET XTM files

37 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 37 Topic Map Generator Tool The tool supports : Add, Edit and Delete topics Add, Edit and Delete associations New/Open/Save XTM from the Knowledge Base New/Open/Save XTM from disk Multiple scope elements for one occurrence Multiple occurences for one topic Multiple basenames and scopes for one topic Multiple instances of a topic

38 Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET E-SHOP

39 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 39 E-SHOP Main Component of the Portal Part of the E-Business Subsystem Sub-part of the Product Catalogue Each Cultural Service Center will maintain its own e-shop The e-shops will interact with each other Standard functionalities are provided by the REGNET e-shop

40 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 40 Functionalities of E-SHOP Search facility of the E-SHOP Free Search: Name of the product / description etc. Category of the product (The user is able to select from the predefined different categories) Specify the supplier. The user is able to provide a price range for the search. Search through the different categories.

41 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 41 … Functionalities (2) Shopping Cart (Basket) Add an item to the shopping cart Remove item from the shopping cart View item Details (all information regarding the product) Move item to wish list Change the quantity of a product Calculate the total amount of the order Check out mechanism - Payment

42 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 42 … Functionalities (3) Wish List Move to basket. A product may be transferred from the wish list to the basket Update the wish list View wish list, the client may access and manage his wish list Delete from wish list Request item details

43 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 43 … Functionalities (4) Order View order history Review order before the final transaction Cancel order Request users info from the users profile Register user E-Payment

44 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 44 … Functionalities (5) User Profile Register user to the system Update relevant fields

45 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 45 Entrance to e-shop

46 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 46 E-Shop Search Results

47 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 47 Basket

48 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 48 WISH LIST

49 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 49 My Profile

50 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 50 Order History

51 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 51 Details of a specific old order

52 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 52 Check Out Procedure

53 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 53 Select Payment Method

54 Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET Auction

55 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 55 AUCTION SYSTEM Added Value Service Part of the E-Business Subsystem Stand alone application Each Cultural Service Center will maintain its own auction system Standard functionalities will be provided by the REGNET auction system

56 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 56 Functionalities of Auction Registration to the auction system Edit user information Bidding on items By bidding, you are stating that you are ready and willing to purchase that item for your bid amount, plus any shipping charges disclosed in the listing If you are outbid, or your bid does not meet the seller's reserve price, you are under no obligation to buy in all other cases, you are entering a contract with the seller to buy the item, and to deliver payment within the time period specified

57 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 57 … Functionalities of Auction (2) Sellers Take permission from the auction administrator Once you list an item, you are entering into a contract with the high bidder You are obligated to sell your item at the high bid price, with the only exception being reserve price auctions Also, you cannot sell that item to anybody until the end of the auction you started

58 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 58 … Functionalities of Auction (3) Overtime Normally, an auction closes at the scheduled time as displayed within the listing However, if there are successful bids entered within the last 5 minutes of the closing time, then the auction will go into overtime The auction is extended until there are no further bids for a continuous 5 minutes The overtime lasts for 20 more minutes. It is possible for an auction to be extended continuously

59 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 59 … Functionalities of Auction (4) Reserve Bids The reserve price is the lowest price at which a seller is willing to sell an item The reserve price is never disclosed to bidders A seller might specify a reserve price if he/she is unsure of the real value of his/her item and would like to reserve the right to refuse to sell the item if the market value is below a certain price

60 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 60 … Functionalities of Auction (5) Bid Status status of all your bids A page will list your bids for all lots, and tell you whether it is a winning bid or a non- winning bid Search search open lots by category name, lot name, lot summary, lot description, open time, and close time.

61 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 61 … Functionalities of Auction (6) Future Auctions It is possible to enter auctions that will start in the future. Completion of auction Send notifications to high bidder & seller Both the buyer and seller are expected to contact each other via email, within 3 days after the end of the auction We recommend that you speak over the phone before sending payment, or before shipping merchandise

62 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 62 … Functionalities of Auction (7) …Completion of auction Once contact has begun, the payment arrangements, shipping arrangements, and expected dates should be settled upon. The goal is to complete the transaction within 10 days of auction closing. This may vary a little, depending on payment type, how long to wait to clear, when seller can get the item to carrier, etc. Basically, the specific dates should be worked out between the buyer and seller, and each party should follow through with their part of the schedule.

63 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 63 Entrance

64 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 64 Current Lots

65 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 65 Specific Lot

66 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 66 Future Lots

67 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 67 Search for Lots

68 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 68 Search Results

69 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 69 Registration

70 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 70 Registered Users

71 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 71 Register new item for auction

72 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 72 Profile

73 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 73 Your selling items

74 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 74 Your Bids

75 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 75 Auction Administrator

76 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 76 General Functionalities

77 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 77 Manage Items

78 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 78 Manage Users

79 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 79 New Category

80 Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET PCM & B2B Scenario

81 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 81 Product Catalogue Management & B2B scenario Added Value Service Part of the E-Business Subsystem Each Cultural Service Center will maintain its own PCM system Standard functionalities will be provided by the REGNET PCM & B2B system

82 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 82 Basic Infrastructure The B2B system is based on the ebxml standard. It is supported by the PCM subsystem. Store all products and services to the PCM Common warehouse for all suppliers (content or services)

83 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 83 … Basic Infrastructure (2) All products and/or services are stored in the E-Business subsystem. There are specific web forms that support the interaction of the user with the system.

84 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 84 Implementation of scenario (1) A supplier has to become member of the CSC in order to store the products/services. The supplier is requesting from the administrator the creation of an empty electronic catalogue Product Catalogue Service Catalogue

85 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 85 Implementation of scenario (2) The supplier has to provide information regarding the warehouse and the items or services stored. An interested company is able to search the E-Business system in order to find a service or products. In order to express his interest for potential collaboration the client has to subscribe himself in the system.

86 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 86 Implementation of scenario (3) The client prints the form with his interests and he contact the supplier in order to fulfil the transaction. It is of primary importance the private communication between the interested parties in order to realise the contract.

87 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 87 Added Value Services The PCM is the basis for the management of all products that are stored in the REGNET system. The PCM provides the opportunity to the supplier to present a product in the e-shop. During the insertion / update of a product the supplier can decide if the product will be presented in the e-shop and to undertake the required procedure (photo, etc...).

88 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 88 Entrance to PCM

89 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 89 Index of PCM

90 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 90 Actions for product in a Catalogue

91 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 91 Update information for a product

92 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 92 Insert new warehouse

93 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 93 Profile

94 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 94 Insert Service

95 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 95 B2B Scenario

96 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 96 Search results

97 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 97 Contract

98 Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET PROCUREMENT

99 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 99 Understanding e-procurement E-procurement uses Internet & Intranet technologies to automate the process of procuring indirect products and services. Buyers Select approved goods Check prices Check availability Submit requisitions Suppliers Manage content Maintain accuracy Negotiated relationships Buyer specific content Purchaser Approve requisitions Place orders Manage consolidation Analyse purchasing data Sales Accepts order Distribution to buyer Catalogues 1 23 4

100 June 2002Project presentation REGNET External links are important too Supplier Buyer Catalogue updates, availability information Requests for information, Orders Logistics Instructions to ship Shipping status Bankers Instructions to pay Procurement card transactions Requests for payment Money

101 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 101 Supplier Subscribe must be validated by administrator Manage his showcase: Add new product departement, category, reference, name, description, picture, offers Modifiy existing product

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103 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 103 Buyer (1/2) Must be registrated at the portal level Manage his basket: Update quantity of an already selected item Remove items Validate basket: emails are sent to the suppliers

104 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 104 Buyer (2/2) Navigate into the catalogues Showcase, departement, category: Descriptions, department, category, reference, supplier, prices (offers), quantity, add to cart. Add a quantity to the basket: price is calculated according to offers

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108 Cultural Heritage in REGional NETworks REGNET PUBLISHER

109 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 109 Electronic Publisher - Overview Task leader: SR Effort: T2.2: 5 PM of SR, 3 PM of SI T3.3: 3 PM of SR Results: REGNET System v1.0 and v2.0 contribution D2 and D5 contribution Evaluation of integration possibilities of 3rd party tools

110 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 110 Electronic Publisher Prototype - Search (1/5)

111 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 111 Electronic Publisher Prototype - Resultset (2/5)

112 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 112 Electronic Publisher Prototype - Storyboard (3/5)

113 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 113 Electronic Publisher Prototype - Storyboard (4/5)

114 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 114 Electronic Publisher Prototype - Presentation (4/5)

115 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 115 Electronic Publisher - 3rd Party Integration Macromedia Authorware

116 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 116 Electronic Publisher - 3rd Party Integration Macromedia Authorware

117 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 117 Electronic Publisher - 3rd Party Integration Macromedia Authorware

118 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 118 Electronic Publisher - Features Web-based definition of publication prototypes XML based publishing structure for exchange of information Relies on widely accepted standards Online presentation of publications using Web- Browsers, PDF viewers and a SMIL player Download of presentation for CD-ROM production

119 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 119 Electronic Publisher - external tool integration Evaluation of integration possibilities for Macromedia Authorware Definition and re-use of publishing workflows Integration possibilities of primary data of content providers (images, audio, etc.) Reuse of meta-data of objects Exchange of publishing information

120 June 2002Project presentation REGNET 120


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