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Normal behaviour: If DIPs are not available or not suitable the process of creating DIPs from AIPs can be initiated either: 

• automatically by the order management system (given that no existing DIP is available and authorisations do not need to be checked)

• manually by the archivist following a suitability check and/or authorisation check.

The use case continues with one of the following two alternatives:

(1) the order system passes the request “create DIP from AIP X in format Y” to the preservation system. The preservation system has an access workflow implemented which takes the original AIP X, normalises the content/object into format Y, packages it as an E-ARK DIP and returns it to the order system.

Technically the AIP2DIP Tool is used as a workflow step in the preservation system.

(2) the order system asks the archival management system to “give me AIP X”. The preservation system returns the AIP and the order system (automatically) or the archivist (manually) reformats the content/object and packages it into the DIP format.

Technically the AIP2DIP Tool is used as a stand-alone tool or component of the order management system.

 

                     

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