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NAME ^

catmandu - LibreCat command line tools

SYNOPSIS ^

 catmandu [-D|-D2|-D3] [-I path] [-L path] [COMMAND] [-?hqv] [long options...] [ARGS]

 catmandu --version

 catmandu help

 # convert
 catmandu convert JSON to YAML < file.json
 catmandu convert YAML to JSON < file.yaml
 catmandu convert YAML < file.yaml # 'to JSON' is implicit
 catmandu convert MARC < records.mrc
 catmandu convert MARC --fix 'marc_map(245,title)' < records.mrc
 catmandu convert MARC --fix myfixes.txt < records.mrc
 catmandu convert OAI --url https://biblio.ugent.be/oai
 catmandu convert SRU --base http://www.unicat.be/sru --query dna

 # import
 catmandu import JSON to MongoDB --database_name mydb < records.json
 catmandu import MARC to MongoDB --database_name mydb < records.mrc
 catmandu import MARC to ElasticSearch --index_name mydb < records.mrc
 catmandu import MARC to ElasticSearch --index_name mydb --fix 'marc_map("245a","title")' < records.mrc

 # export
 catmandu export MongoDB --database_name mydb --bag data to JSON
 catmandu export MongoDB --database_name mydb --bag data to JSON --fix 'retain("_id")'
 catmandu export Solr --url http://localhost:8983/solr to JSON
 catmandu export ElasticSearch --index_name mydb to JSON

 # copy
 catmandu copy MongoDB --database_name mydb to ElasticSearch --index_name mydb 

 # show the contents of catmandu.yml
 catmandu config   

 # count items in a store
 catmandu count test1

 # delete items from store
 catmandu delete test1 -q 'title:"My Rabbit"'

 # run a fix script
 $ catmandu run myfixes.fix

 # or, create an executable fix script
 $ cat myfixes.fix
 #!/usr/local/bin/catmandu run
 do importer(OAI,url:"http://biblio.ugent.be/oai")
    retain(_id)
 end
 $ chmod 755 myfixes.fix
 $ ./myfixes.fix
 
 # configuration
 $ cat catmandu.yml
 ---
 store:
  test1:
   package: MongoDB
   options:
    database_name: mydb
 catmandu import JSON to test1 < records.json

 # show installed commands
 $ catmandu info
 $ catmandu info --namespace XML

COMMANDS ^

help COMMAND

Documentation about command line options.

config

Display the contents of the catmandu.yml files in your project.

convert IMPORTER [OPTIONS] [[--fix FIX]] to EXPORTER [OPTIONS]

Convert data from one format to another format with help of Catmandu::Importers and Catmandu::Exporters. All options given on the command line will be send to the Importer or Exporter as initialization parameters. E.g.

 catmandu convert OAI --url BASEURL --metadataPrefx PREFIX \
                  to \
                  CSV --header 1 --sep_char '|'

Look at the documentation of all the importers and exporters to see which options are available.

All importers accept one or more --fix options with the name of a fix file or file command.

 catmandu convert JSON --fix fixes.txt
 catmandu convert JSON --fix 'remove_field(abc)'

The JSON exporter is implicit and is optional.

 catmandu convert YAML to JSON
 catmandu convert YAML # shorter

copy STORE [OPTIONS] [-q QUERY] [--limit LIMIT] [[--fix FIX]] to STORE [OPTIONS]

Copy items from one Catmandu::Store to another. All options given on the command line will be send to the Stores as initialization parameters. Optionally a QUERY and LIMIT can be provided to selectively export items from the Store. Optionally a FIX can be provided to be executed on all the items before they are stored.

count STORE [OPTIONS]

Count the number of items in a Catmandu::Store. All options given on the command line will be send to the store as initialization parameters. E.g.

 catmandu count MongoDB --database_name mydb --bag data

delete STORE [OPTIONS] [-q QUERY]

Delete items from a Catmandu::Store. All options given on the command line will be send to the store as initialization parameters. Optionally a QUERY can be provided to select the items to delete. E.g.

 catmandu delete MongoDB --database_name mydb --bag data -q "title:Delete me"

export STORE [OPTIONS] [-q QUERY] [--limit LIMIT] [[--fix FIX]] to EXPORTER [OPTIONS]

Export items from a Catmandu::Store using a Catmandu::Exporter. All options given on the command line will be send to the Store or Exporter as initialization parameters. Optionally a QUERY and LIMIT can be provided to selectively export items from the Store. Optionally a FIX can be provided to be executed on all the items before they are exporter by the exporter.

E.g.

 catmandu export MongoDB --database_name mydb --bag data -q "title:Perl"

import IMPORTER [OPTIONS] [[--fix FIX]] to STORE [OPTIONS]

Import items from a Catmandu::Importer to a Catmandu::Store. All options given on the command line will be send to the Importer or Store as initialization parameters. Optionally a FIX can be provided to be executed on all the items before they are stored into the Store.

 catmandu import JSON to MongoDB --database_name mydb < records.json

info [OPTIONS]

List installed Catmandu modules (importers, exporters, stores, and fixes).

run [FIX]

Execute a fix script or run an interactive Fix shell.

OPTIONS ^

-v

Verbose output. This includes progress of operations.

-h
-?
--lib-path PATH
-I

Specifies Perl library include paths, like perl's -I option. This option is repeatable.

--load-path PATH
-L PATH

Search upwards from this path for configuration files and accompanying lib directories. This option is repeatable.

--var [NAME]=[VALUE]

Catmandu such as convert, import and export accept command line variables that can be read by any fix script provided. For instance, if provenance information need to be added to the output, then this can be provided via the command line:

     $ catmandu convert MARC --fix myfixes.txt --var source=Springer --var date=2016 < data.mrc

with myfixes.txt a file like:

     add_field(source,{{source}})
     add_field(data,{{date}})
     ...(other fixes)...
--debug [LEVEL]
-D[LEVEL]

Set the debugging level for Catmandu. LEVEL is one of:

    1 - WARN messages
    2 - INFO messages
    3 - DEBUG messages

Requires an installation of Log::Log4perl and Log::Any::Adapter::Log4perl. By default an internal log4perl configuration file is used that sends all debug messages to stderr. Optionally in the catmandu.yml the path to a log4perl configuration file can be set. E.g.

    catmandu.yml:

    log4perl: /etc/log4perl.conf

    or

    log4perl: "
     log4perl.category.Catmandu=$level,$appender

         log4perl.appender.STDOUT=Log::Log4perl::Appender::Screen
         log4perl.appender.STDOUT.stderr=0
         log4perl.appender.STDOUT.utf8=1

         log4perl.appender.STDOUT.layout=PatternLayout
         log4perl.appender.STDOUT.layout.ConversionPattern=%d [%P] - %p %l %M time=%r : %m%n

         log4perl.appender.STDERR=Log::Log4perl::Appender::Screen
         log4perl.appender.STDERR.stderr=0
         log4perl.appender.STDERR.utf8=1

         log4perl.appender.STDERR.layout=PatternLayout
         log4perl.appender.STDERR.layout.ConversionPattern=%d [%P] - %l : %m%n
    "

See also Catmandu::Logger to enable logging for your own Catmandu packages.

DATA OPTIONS ^

These low level options are available to the "catmandu data" command.

--from-store STORE

Read items from a Catmandu::Store such as: DBI, MongoDB, Solr, ElasticSearch, ...

--from-importer IMPORTER

Read items from a Catmandu::Importer such as: YAML, JSON, CSV, MARC, OAI ...

--from-bag BAG_NAME

This option should be used in combination with a --from-store. Select from the Store only the items belonging to the bag BAG_NAME.

--from-OPTION OPTION_VALUE

To include configuration options to a Catmandu::Store or Catmandu::Importer an argument with prefix '--from-' can be used. E.g. to provide an 'file' to an Importer use:

  --from-file /my/path/to/file.txt
--into-exporter EXPORTER

Add each item read into a Catmandu::Exporter such as: JSON, YAML, Template, XLS, ...

--into-store STORE

Add each item read into a Catmandu::Store such as: DBI, MongoDB, Solr, ElasticSearch, ...

--into-bag BAG_NAME

This option should be used in combination with a --into-store. Add each item into the Store with bag BAG_NAME.

--into-OPTION OPTION_VALUE

To include configuration options to a Catmandu::Store or Catmandu::Exporter an argument with prefix '--into-' can be used. E.g. to provide an 'file' to an Exporter use:

  --into-file /tmp/file.txt
--fix EXPRESSION
--fix FILE

When exporting or storing apply a fix EXPRESSION or all the fixes in FILE on each item. This option is repeatable.

--start NUM

When exporting or storing data skip the first NUM items.

--total NUM

When exporting of storing data process only a total NUM of items.

--replace

When storing data first delete all the items in the Store or Bag.

--query QUERY
--cql-query QUERY | -q QUERY

When a Store is searchable execute and return the results. Using the --cql-query or -q option the CQL query language can be used (if supported).

--limit NUM

Limit the number of results returned from the searchable results to NUM.

--count

Report the number of items processed.

--version

Return the installed version of Catmandu.

SEE ALSO ^

Catmandu::Importer Catmandu::Exporter Catmandu::Store Catmandu::MARC Catmandu::OAI Catmandu::MongoDB Catmandu::Solr Catmandu::ElasticSearch

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