Contents: MashupHub API Reference : Mashup Center 2.0
Plug-ins identify the collections to which their content belongs. By default, the collection name corresponds to the OpenSearch query role for the collection. Multiple plug-ins can belong to a single collection.
The Catalog API defines the following top-level APP collections by default. They correspond to the system plug-ins.
- feeds - Cataloged Feeds
- widget - Cataloged Widgets
- pages - Cataloged Pages
- spaces - Cataloged Spaces
- all - All
These collections can be subdivided into sub-collections as listed in the description of the Search API : Mashup Center 2.0
Each of these collections is organized into Atom categories that identify important constituents of the collection. A category is represented by the Atom <category>
element that is a child of the Atom <entry>
element. They are defined by the plugin.xml (<name>
element) for a plug-in, as described below under Plug-in API. The categories in the Cataloged Feeds collection identify the feed types. They are:
- Enterprise Content Management Server
- Feed Registration
- IBM® Information Server
- Mashup (data mashup)
- Microsoft® Access Document
- pureXML® Document
- Web Service
- WebSphere® MQ Queue
- XML Document
The categories in the Cataloged Widgets collection identify the widget types. They are:
- Generic Widgets
- iWidget URL
- iWidget Light Weight Package
The Cataloged pages collection includes one category, the pages category.
The Cataloged spaces includes one category, the spaces category.
For convenience, there is a collection called all
that is the union of the other collections and may contain members of any of the above categories.
You can also use OpenSearch as a starting point since feeds returned can be used in APP operations.
Parent topic: Catalog API : Mashup Center 2.0