YAZ is a programmers’ toolkit supporting the development of Z39.50/SRW/SRU clients and servers. Z39.50-2003 (version 3) as well as SRW/SRU version 1.1 are supported in both the client and server roles.
Zebra is a high-performance, general-purpose structured text indexing and retrieval engine. It reads structured records in a variety of input formats (eg. email, XML, MARC) and allows access to them through exact boolean search expressions and relevance-ranked free-text queries.
... [More] large databases (more than ten gigabytes of data, tens of millions of records). It supports incremental, safe database updates on live systems. You can access data stored in Zebra using a variety of Index Data tools (eg. YAZ and PHP/YAZ) as well as commercial and freeware Z39.50 clients and toolkits. [Less]
BiblioteQ strives to be a complete and thorough cataloging and library management suite, utilizing a Qt 4.x user interface and providing connectivity to PostgreSQL and SQLite. The standard Z39.50 protocol is used to retrieve item-specific data.
The JAFER Project (Java Access For Electronic Resources) was a Jisc funded project (2000 - 2003) based at Oxford University to produce an easy to use toolkit for building portals and information sources without having to deal with the technical intricacies of the Z39.50 protocol.
It provides a
... [More] XML/JSP/Java based toolkit for building Z39.50 clients and servers [Less]
Bibliograph is aeb-based bibliography tool for individuals, research teams, and organizations.
* Manage all your bibliographic data, without installing any extra software, by using your browser, from your desk or anywhere in the world.
* Share your bibliographic databases with
... [More] a specific group of people or the public, secured by a fine-grained access permission system.
* Modern AJAX user interface (based on the qooxdoo -Toolkit) enables you to work online similar to working with a desktop application (fix application layout, no page reloads, drag & drop, etc.), removing the inconveniences of traditional HTML web forms. [Less]
A small project aiming to ceate a piece of "middelware" to sit between the Z39.50/SRU servers of library systems on the one hand and CMSes on the other hand, in order to make it as simple as possible to integrate library catalogue functionality into a CMS.