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Up to now users needed to create PAX zips. Users would need to create a zipped folder structure, with optional XIP for fixity information. In Preservica 6.6.1 we are adding the ability to use PAX folders without having to zip them up, and also without having to use XIP metadata when adding fixity information.
| January 11th 2023
As we try to expand and scale our business, it’s time for us to bring in some standard industry practices regarding modern architecture, scalability and resilience.
| June 24th 2022
This post provides you with a summary of the APIs we have in Preservica 6.5, and the latest new features.
| May 5th 2022
This post provides you with a summary of the APIs we have in Preservica 6.4, and the latest new features.
| December 23rd 2021
Preservica provides a REST API to allow users to query the underlying search engine. In this article we will show how CSV documents can be returned by the API.
| November 29th 2021
In this post I'll give you a summary of what APIs we have in Preservica 6.3, and what new features you might be interested in. If you've been using Preservica for a while and just want to know what changed, you can look for the relevant paragraph at the end of each section, and for more details, you can look at the release notes from the three versions (6.2.1, 6.2.2 and 6.3). If you're new to the Preservica APIs then you can use the whole article as a reference.
| May 19th 2021
Preservica has developed the concept of an OPEX (Open Preservation Exchange) package, a collection of files and folders with optional metadata, as a way to organise content into an easy to understand format for transfer into or out of a digital preservation system. Although we have created it, we hope suppliers of digital content to be preserved, and other digital preservation systems, will use it due to its simplicity.
| January 28th 2021
The journey to become a trusted digital repository is a significant endeavour for any organization. As part of LAC’s (Library and Archives Canada) efforts in this regard, over the past two years we have been testing and integrating our workflows with Preservica to support LAC’s management of digital holdings.
| November 9th 2020
Brian Thomas, Electronic Records Specialist at Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC), considers why they started using Preservica APIs, the most common ways these are used and the steps they use to work out new processes.
| October 14th 2020