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IIIF Presentation Validator

This is the codebase for the IIIF Presentation Validator, which can be seen at http://iiif.io/api/presentation/validator/.

Usage

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Data Structure

JSON Response

  {
    "url": "<SUBMITTED URL>",
    "error": "<ERROR MESSAGE>",
    "okay": 1,
    "warnings": []
  }
Key Definition Example Value
url Submitted URL for the manifest http://example.com/iiif/manifest.json
error The text of the breaking error sc:Manifest['thumbnail'] has broken value
okay Did the manifest parse properly? 1 or 0
warnings An array of warning messages "WARNING: Resource type 'sc:Manifest' should have 'description' set\n"

Local Installation

Step one: Install dependencies

python setup.py install

Step two: Run the application

python iiif-presentation-validator.py

This should start up a local server, running at localhost:8080. To test it, try this url and see if you get a JSON response that looks like this:

{
  "url": "http://iiif.io/api/presentation/2.1/example/fixtures/1/manifest.json",
  "error": "None", 
  "okay": 1, 
  "warnings": ["WARNING: Resource type 'sc:Manifest' should have 'description' set\n", "WARNING: Resource type 'sc:Sequence' should have '@id' set\n", "WARNING: Resource type 'oa:Annotation' should have '@id' set\n", "WARNING: Resource type 'dctypes:Image' should have 'format' set\n"]
}

You may also use --hostname to specify a hostname or IP address to which to bind and --port for a port to which to bind.

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