DOI monkey is a DOI minting application developed by the Healthy Ecosystems and Environmnetal Monitoring theme at The QUT Institute for Future Environments.
The DOI Monkey provides 2 interfaces; a graphical interface to data managers and a machine-to-machine web service to Data Management Systems that manage their DOI minting via DOI Monkey. In addition, the DOI Monkey webapp uses the services of ANDS DataCite (see http://ands.org.au/cite-data/datacite.html). By providing a lookup service for a particular data repository and external ID, external systems can lookup DOIs for display without storing them internally.
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Information and computing sciences
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Peter, Grace (2016): DOI Monkey. Queensland University of Technology. (Software) https://researchdatafinder.qut.edu.au/display/n21971
GNU General Public License (GPL)
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The DOI Monkey application is a JEE webapp hosted in a Tomcat 6 web server. It is implemented using the Spring Roo rapid application environment, utilising Spring for object composition and web framework, and Hibernate for database persistence. The underlying database is a Postgresql 8.4 database.
Dates of development
From 2012-08-01 to 2013-08-01
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Name: Professor Peter Grace
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