Preface

This manual is written from the perspective of a software developer, which is likely to be different from that of a web developer, librarian, or other role. Please bear with us and feel free to suggest changes or improvements by posting in the dmBridge discussion group, a link to which is available on the dmBridge home page. This is the primary communication hub for dmBridge users and developers.

[Note]Note

Throughout this manual, folder paths are written with forward slashes (/), Unix-style. Windows users should interpret these as backslashes (\).

[Note]Note

Throughout this manual, dmBridge URLs are written as if dmBridge is installed in a directory called /dm in the web server's document root.

[Note]Note

Throughout this manual, "URLs" are often called "URIs," for the sake of consistency with contemporary W3C terminology. Practically speaking, these terms are usually synonomous.

dmBridge is available under the MIT License, a copy of which is included in the dmBridge software distribution in the LICENSE.txt file.