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File: gestion/doc_help1.php
Role: Application script
Content type: text/plain
Description: Script of application
Class: OPDS PHP Ebook Publisher Class
Publish and distribute ebooks for download
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<?php
/*
// OPDS basic gestion (only add entities and relations, not modify)
// Version: 0.1
// Pierre FAUQUE, <pierre@fauque.net>
// Script: 2014, Script->Class: 2019, Gestion: may 2020
// Encoding: UTF-8
// Text editor: GNU/Linux Debian Vi
// File: doc_help1.php (v0.1)
// Role: Documentation, help page 1 (generalities)
*/

require("init.php");
require(
"lib_lddocs.php");

?><!DOCTYPE html>
<html>

<head>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<title>OPDS help, principle</title>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="opds.css" type="text/css" />
<style type="text/css">
.c { margin-left:1.5em; }
.sc { margin-left:3em; }
</style>
</head>

<body>
<table border="0" width="100%">
<tr>
<td class="cmen">
<?php menu(); ?></td>
<td class="cont">
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<h1>DOC : Help - Principle</h1>
<div style="width:800px">
<div class="smen"><?php require("menu_help.php"); ?></div>
<p>OPDS : Open Publication Distribution System (publication of ebooks: *.epub *.mobi *.pdf etc.)</p>

<p>These pages are a basic OPDS system management application. It is basic because if it allows you to add informations into the database, it does not allow you to modify them. It is just provided as an input help and is not intended to be a complete business application. So, before making an addition into the database, make sure you have all the correct informations you want and you need. Otherwise, if you have modifications to make, you will have to make them in the database, either in console mode with the &laquo;&nbsp;mysql&nbsp;&raquo; command, or with an interface such as phpMyAdmin or another, similar.</p>

<p>Electronic books such as EPUB, MOBI, PDF, etc. contain documents which can be searched by keywords, which have a title, were written by someone (even called &laquo;&nbsp;anonymous&nbsp;&raquo; or &laquo;&nbsp;unknown&nbsp;&raquo;) on a date (which may be unknown or can be only a year) and which can be briefly summarized. The publications are listed in subcategories depending on categories :
<div class="c">Literature</div>
<div class="sc">Novels</div>
<div class="sc">Theater</div>
<div class="sc">Detective novels</div>
<div class="sc">etc...</div>
<div class="c">Sciences</div>
<div class="sc">Medicine</div>
<div class="sc">Physical</div>
<div class="sc">etc...</div>
<div class="c">Computer science</div>
<div class="sc">Analysis methods</div>
<div class="sc">Languages</div>
<div class="sc">Materials</div>
<div class="sc">etc...</div>
<div class="c">etc...</div></p>

<p>Take a look at the <a href="doc_cmd.php">Conceptual Model of Data</a> to see the informations used and the relations existing between them.</p>
<p>This conceptual model of data makes possible to record that a book has been co-written (for example: the Merise analysis method was written by Tardieu, Rochfeld and Coletti). However, in this simplified management, co-writing is not exploited. But of course, you can modify the code of the management interface and of the class to make it possible.</p>
<p>A document can be published in different formats (EPUB, MOBI, PDF, etc.). In this case, there is only one document but three ebooks.</p>

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</body>

</html>


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