BibData.Com provides two Z39.50 freeware applications available from www.bibdata.com
- BibDataZU Z39.50 Client is a free application to search, retrieve and download catalogued records. The application searches in multiple databases simultaneously, rates the records based on their quality, and makes them available to import into the Library Information System. Some of the features that this software has are batch search, marc-record editor, automatic call number creation, unwanted field remover function, and export multiple records to one file.
- BibDataSRU Z39.50 Online is a Web-based search-retrieve-download cataloguing tool for building and maintaining library's catalogues. No software installation is required. The online application is able to search multiple databases simultaneously, rate the records based on their quality and make them available to import into the Library Information System.
Contact: Rigoberto Rodriguez
Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; (226) 240-5700
Implementor Id: 197; Entry date: 12/2011 Updated: 1/2013
Sahyadri InfoSoft Pvt.Ltd.,India
Building a Z39.50 client with plans to implement assessment of material (books,CDs, etc.) from LC and other libraries based on Z39.50 Gateway.
Contact: Rajshri Patil
Implementor Id: 198; Entry date: 1/2012
The British Library's Z39.50 target is available at z3950cat.bl.uk. This provides access to over 13 million items held by the Library, with records presented in the SUTRS format. The target has been developed as part of the Library's Integrated Library System, based on the Aleph system supplied by Ex Libris. Full details can be found at: http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/z3950copacaccess.html.
There is also a new authenticated service offering free access to records in MARC 21, full details available at: http://www.bl.uk/bibliographic/datafree.html
Contact John Tiplady
Metadata Systems, The British Library, Boston Spa, Wetherby, W. Yorkshire, England, LS23 7BQ +44 (0) 1937 546088; fax: 546586
Implementor Id: 64; Last update: 8/2011; Last verification:
CR2 Technologies Ltd.
CR2 Technologies Ltd provides library solutions under two domain – Offline / One time buy – LIBRARIAN® and Online / SaaS based – CYBRARIAN®, which are fully integrated with Z39.50 Server/Client. We provide a user-friendly interface using the Z39.50 protocol for searching & exchanging the bibliographic details of the electronic documents and online library cataloguing in different formats such as MARC21, Dublin Core etc. The integration of the Z39.50 protocol helps our solutions to search with the help of single keyword, combinational keywords / strings / Boolean search, and cross-indexes searching across multiple servers and can retrieve the records from library catalogues / union catalogues and other electronic resources available worldwide.
Our Products using Z39.50 throughout its applications:
- LIBRARIAN® - Available in 5 Flavors
- Cybrarian® - Asia’s 1st SaaS based Library Automation Solution
Above products provide a web based search for your library users to search their own database as well as other libraries
Contact: Ms. Seema Parakh, Technical Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com – CR2 Technologies Ltd., A-407, Safal Pegasus, Prahladnagar,Vejalpur, Ahmedabad GJ 380015 India. HP: +91-99090 33613
LL : +91-79-4004 7423
Implementor Id: 196; Entry date: 9/2010
Total IT Solutions
Total IT Solutions Pvt. Ltd provides various products for libraries,
which are fully integrated with Z39.50 Server/Client. We provide
a user-friendly interface using the Z39.50 protocol for searching & exchanging
the bibliographic details of the electronic documents and online library
cataloguing in different formats such as ISO, MARC21, MODS 3.0, Dublin
Core etc. The integration of the Z39.50 protocol helps our automation
software to search with the help of single keyword, combinational keywords
/ strings / Boolean search, and cross-indexes searching across multiple
servers and can retrieve the records from library catalogues / union
catalogues and other electronic resources available worldwide.
Our Products using Z39.50 throughout its applications:
- In TLSS (Total Library Software System)
- In ie-LMS (Web Based Library management System)
- In ERMSS (Electronic Resource Management & Search Solution)
Above products provide a web based search for your library users to
search your own database as well as other libraries in a single Z39.50
Server Access Details:
Database name: default
Puneet Saini (Chief Technical Officer)
firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com;
412-C Suneja Tower -I, District Centre, Janak Puri, New Delhi – 110058; +91-11-25833321, +91-11-25833323; fax: +91-11-25833320;
Mobile: Mob: +91-9350515096, +91 -9811114737
Implementor Id: 195;Entry date: 9/2008
Product Name: REGARD
Product Functionality: Fully-Integrated Library System with Z39.50 server
and client. Based on Index Data YAZ toolkit and Index Data, Zoom ToolKit. Running
on Windows NT/2000/XP/Vista, client-server with SQL Server 2005. Web based search
module (search, and asyncronous Z39.50 multi-target search, patron's file, loans & reservations.
Regard allows its owner to define the structure of data banks, and tailor multiples
view of them. If offers highly tailorable listings and statistics,
Control, Acquisitions and periodicals, Management of a union catalogue for the
school sector enabling the users to integrate several libraries in one database,
Management of multiple branches for public libraries, long distance operation
and consultation of the borrower’s file.
5100 Sherbrooke East 3rd floor Bureau 300, Montreal, P.Q. Canada
H1M 3R9; 514-251-3700 fax: 514-251-3920
Implementor Id: 177; Last update: 4/2008 Last verification:
Developer of the YAZ Z39.50/ILL/SRW/SRU toolkit for Unix and Windows,
plus higher-level APIs in Perl, PHP, Tcl, and C++ (Java wrapper for YAZ
in the works); including several ZOOM language bindings. An assortment
of other related tools and utilities. Zebra XML/MARC/text indexing engine
with Z39.50/SRU frontend. Pazpar2 is a high-performance, parallel
Z39.50/SRU client with metasearch functionality (ranking, merging, sorting, facets,
etc) and an interface-independent webservice API. Masterkey is a economical,
hosted metasearch solution. Offers commercial support for own tools and some
others. Offers Z39.50 assistance in the form of training/courses, consultancy,
custom software development and
project participation. Turnkey solutions for libraries, archives, database/content
providers, system vendors, and many others.
Contact: Sebastian Hammer
46 S Lincoln St., Keene, NH 03431; (603) 209-6853
Implementor Id: 81; Last update: 4/2008; Last verification:
The library of the Central Bank of Venezuela "Ernesto Peltzer",
offers one of the nation's major resources for the study of economic sciences
and financial studies. The Ernesto Peltzer Library serves as the primary
library for the Central Bank of Venezuela. Its collection includes nearly
100,000 titles and serial volumes, and 1.453 rare books printed before
1850. It currently receives about 870 journals and serials and subscribes
20 databases with access to more than 15.730 journals in full text. The
information resources of the Peltzer Library exist primarily to serve the
research and instructional needs of the researchers of the Central Bank
of Venezuela. However, the library is open to the public including undergraduates,
graduates, and university faculty. The Peltzer Library has a number of
resources and services, ready to assist, including access to the electronic
library databases; computer-based as well as paper reserve materials; and
computers for use by staff as well as to the public. The
library provides access to its online catalog, electronic journals and
databases. It has developed the necessary infrastructure, using the new
technology to successfully provide information services ranging from telephone
assistance, online reference assistance and email assistance through
the Bank's website http://www.bcv.org.ve
The Peltzer Library considered using the Z39.50 search protocol in the
Gateway to enable a common user interface for bibliographic searching,
and to give users the option to search several online library catalogs
worldwide simultaneously. The
online library catalog processes queries from searching requests through the
Z39.50 service, once they are processed by the library's database, the system
replies to the Z39.50 client (available forms: Alejandría, MARC21
Server address: http://biblioteca-z.bcv.org.ve IP
= "126.96.36.199", DataBase "bcv_presta", Port "9999"
Plaza Juan Pedro López, Esquina de Mijares, Mezzanina 2,
Caracas 1010 - Venezuela. Dirección cablegráfica: BANCENTRAL
Postal: Apartado 2017 Fax: (+58-212) 8610048 / 8018622 BCV longitude:
53' W latitude: 10° 30' 33' N GMT - 04:30
Z39.50 gateway coordinator:
Jose M. Sanchez Besteiro, Analista
de Proyectos. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ave. Urdaneta, Esq. de Las Carmelitas, Banco Central de Venezuela, Torre Financiera,
piso 16, Departamento de Biblioteca, Unidad de Asistencia Tecnológica.
Caracas 1010 - Venezuela. +58 (212) 8015093 - 8015605
Implementor Id: 192; Entry date: 10/2005; Last update:
4/2008; Last verification: 4/2008
Database name: COPAC
Record syntax: XML, SUTRS or GRS-1
Services: Init, Search, Present, Named Result Sets, Delete Result
Set, Sort, Trigger Resource Control, Close.
The Copac library catalogue gives free access to the merged online
catalogues of major University, Specialist, and National Libraries
in the UK and Ireland. It brings together details of a wide range of
materials from across the subject spectrum, with a focus on research
collections of national/international importance.
There are currently some 49 contributors ranging from the British Library,
through major groups of libraries such as the many Oxford University
libraries, to individual specialist institutions such as the Courtauld
Institute of Art. Copac is continuing grow with the addition of new catalogues
from diverse academic and special libraries.
Access to Copac, plus full details about the service and the Z39.50 interface,
are available at http://copac.ac.uk/
Copac currently supplies the target for the Zetoc service, details of
which can be found at http://zetoc.mimas.ac.uk/
Mimas, Kilburn Building, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester.
M13 9PL. UK. +44 (0)161 275 6037
Implementor Id: 120; Last update: 4/2008 Last verification:
Vubis-Smart, product of Infor Library and Information Solutions, uses
Z39.50 throughout it's applications:
- In V-smart (Integrated Library System).
- In V-link (OpenURL Resolver).
- In V-Spaces (portal for federated search).
For more information: www.vubis-smart.com
van Lierop, Infor Library and Information Solutions
72, Rue du Colonel de Rochebrune; 92380 Garches; Tel: +33 (0) 1
47 95 90 00
Implementor Id: 32; Last update: 4/2008; Last verification:
Developing V3 Origin over TCP/IP supporting most of the services. Consulting
with FIZ/STN-Karlsruhe in the German Library Project. Installing a connection
between STN and several library systems in Germany using Z39.50. Developing
a V3 Origin for Search, Present and ES ItemOrder to be used in the German
Libary Project and in SUBITO which implemented a document delivery system
which involves most of Libaries in Germany. In these projects consulting
and development of some components was done by our company.
Contact: Harald Kappus
Klosestrasse 33; D 76137 Karlsruhe, Germany; +49.721.93203.21
or +49.172.7210779; fax: +49.721.93203.25
Implementor Id: 83; Last update: 11/98 Last verification:
Danish Bibliographic Centre (DBC)
From Zpunkt (V3 target) is access to DanBib (the Danish national
bibliography and the Danish union catalogue). Present formats include
danMARC2 and MARC21. Zpunkt conforms to the danZIG
profile. Zpunkt uses IdPass authentication (user, group and password),
and supports open authentication (user/group and password).
Dansk BiblioteksCenter as; Tempovej 7-11, DK-2750 Ballerup; +45 4486
Implementor Id: 105; Last update: 5/2006; Last verification:
University of Wisconsin Madison
An Endeavor V3 target at z3950.library.wisc.edu provides access
OPAC, including bibliographic and holdings information. Supports MARC and
OPAC record syntaxes.
Library Technology Group; 728 State Street, Madison WI, 53706; 608-265-2065,
608-262-8880, fax: 608-262-2833
Implementor Id: 42; Last update: 8/2004; Last verification:
formerly: Lucent Technologies - Bell Laboratories
Ongoing development of internal origin and target running full Z39.50-1995,
V3. Supports GRS-1, Explain, and Item Order.
Contact: Robert Waldstein
Room 3C-233 ; 600 Mountain Ave; Murray Hill, N.J. 07974; 908-582-6171;
Implementor Id: 3; Last update: 2/2003; Last verification:
Developer of Z39.50 server, GUI client, Web gateway -- Complex
of software for an information exchange in publishing, book business and
libraries (for Z39.50 protocol) - "Biblio-Info".
Product can provide access to databases in USMARC, UNIMARC,
RUSMARC, ONIX, XML and SUTRS formats. Full Unicode support is realized.
2, Shkol’naya str., Nakhabino, Moscow region, 143433,
Russia. (+7 495 ) 728-71-43.
Implementor Id: 193; Entry date: 10/2005; Last update:
10/2005; Last verification: 4/2008
BOPAC2 is a Web based interface to multiple bibliograhic databases,
which may be searched in parallel. Database searching is performed via
the Z39.50 protocol, using software based upon that developed in the Europagate
Retrieved records are loaded into a Java applet for display and
can be manipulated in a number of ways. Multiple records for the same
item are consolidated, duplicate records can be removed, sets can be
ordered in a number of ways.
The first phase of BOPAC2 was supported by the British Library Research
and Innovation Centre and an online version of the project report is
available from the project home page.
A revised set of targets is now available, and additional ways of
selecting and sorting sets are provided. We also have a link to a new
experimental project, using XML, BOSS.
Department of Computing, University of Bradford, Bradford, West Yorkshire,
BD7 1DP UK;
+44 1274 233946; fax: 233920;
Implementor Id: 117; Last update:7/2001 Last verification:
Amlib is a state of the art library management system that can be implemented
within Web enable and Windows Client Server technologies. With a proven
product history combined with a robust database management platform of
Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle, Amlib offers an integrated Z39.50 based
solution to suit libraries worldwide. Some of the Z39.50 based features
available within Amlib include:
Integrated Amlib ZClient
The Amlib Library Management Client features an integrated Z39.50 Client
(also known as Amlib ZClient) within the Amlib Catalogue module for
easy searching of other libraries, databases and suppliers. The Amlib
ZClient has an additional benefit of being able to select a range
of records from search results and immediately import into the Amlib
Catalogue databases without having to save to a marc file first – an
easy way for creating orders and importing marc records.
Amlib ZOpacs (Web Based ZSearch)
Amlib ZOpacs provides a web based search for your Library Users to search
your own database as well as other libraries in a single Z39.50 search.
The Amlib ZOpacs module has the added benefit of displaying
bibliographic holdings (copies) as well as the circulation status (e.g.
On Loan) for supported Z39.50 platforms, making it ideal for consortiums
and library districts. Configuration options including password options
as well as the creation of multiple Target Groups by linking individual
library targets to one or more groups. (e.g. create group “Metro
Public” which contains all local public metropolitan libraries—simply
search within Metro Public and ZOpacs will automatically search libraries
linked to this group
Amlib ZServer (Z39.50 Server)
Amlib’s ZServer module for NetOpacs enables your library to provide
Z39.50 access to your Amlib database. A wide range of configuration options
can be customised including listening port and authentication level.
Amlib ZServer supports the Z39.50 version 3 standard, including display
of holdings and circulation status.
Asia Pacific: 2/899 Wellington Road, Rowville, Victoria, 3178,
Australia; +61 3 9755 6200
North America: 8842 Goldeneye Lane, Blaine, WA 98230,Ph
Implementor Id: 185; Last update: 3/2004 Last verification:
V3 client and server with Scan and Access Control released. HTTP
to Z39.50 gateway in production. Additional V3 features in development.
333 Seventh Ave. New York, NY 10001; 646-674-6458
Implementor Id: 59; Last update: 1/96; Last verification:
Our product, RefTracker, is a request management system for libraries.
It accepts reference questions via the Internet, manages the response process
to ensure that questions are responded to within library defined objective
response times, develops a knowledge database of re-useable questions,
and maintains statistics designed to enable the library to justify the
resources required to staff their reference service. A Z39.50 compliant
server module is in development for RefTracker. Its purpose is to make
the RefTracker knowledge database Z39.50 compliant so that it can be searched
concurrently with the library management system, where libraries have implemented
both RefTracker and a Z39.50 compliant library management system. A web
based Z39.50 client called RefTracker Zgate is already available.
Altarama Systems and Services; Barrenjoey Road, Palm Beach 2108 Australia;
+61 2 9974 2500
Implementor Id: 179; Last update: 11/2002; Last verification:
Client/server toolkit; server (Z'Est) on Windows NT. Unicode module
on server. Developing and porting servers on NT. Consulting on NT systems
development. Technical expert regarding Intellectual Property aspects of
software; location of prior art regarding internet search and retrieval.
Contact: Stuart Soffer
1047 El Camino Real, Suite 202, Menlo Park, CA 94025. Mailing Address: P.O.
Box 306, Menlo Park, CA 94026-0306; 650-566-0300
Implementor Id: 67; Last update: 4/2005; Last verification:
Adlib Information Systems developed a Z39.50 server. Adlib Version 6
supports both MS SQL and Oracle databases. At Adlib, we put emphasis on open
systems and international standards. Server platforms are Windows 2000 and Windows
2003. Client software runs on Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
The following 'off-the-shelf' applications are available:
ADLIB | Library
Intended specifically for information and catalogue management in
libraries and information services. Clearly structured screens, intuitive
interfaces, context sensitive help, and extensive use of authority files
ensure that working with ADLIB is exceptionally easy and efficient. For international
organisations or other organisations where more than one language is used,
ADLIB may be run in multiple languages. On starting ADLIB, you can switch
between languages at the click of a button.
ADLIB | Museum
ADLIB Museum offers comprehensive functionality and interfaces for
professional collections management. Standard features include integrated
display of text and images, and interfaces to external applications such
as Word, Excel and Web pages. Based on SPECTRUM, the Documentation Standard
ADLIB | Archive
Intended specifically for managing collections in archives and records
offices. ADLIB Archive offers comprehensive functionality and interfaces
for professional archive management. Standard features include Accessions
and accruals, hierarchical catalogue structure to ISAD(G), and authority
records to ISAAR(CPF) standards, published document cataloguing, image linking
and retrieval capabilities and interfaces to external files, such as Word
or Excel documents, Web pages, etc.
ADLIB | Internet Server
The ADLIB Internet Server offers flexible web based access to your
collections. By adding this module to your ADLIB system, you can put your
database on-line to the Internet or Intranet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
ADLIB | Loans module
Like all ADLIB products, the Loans module features highly comprehensive
and flexible functionality. If required, you can modify and extend the module
using the toolkit supplied. For instance, you could adjust the structure
of the patron record or the layout of a reminder letter, or generate extra
reports for statistical purposes.
ADLIB | Acquisitions module
By keeping track of cost centres, payments and order status for you,
and by printing out letters and updating your budgets and your catalogue
automatically, the ADLIB Acquisitions module will help you manage your ordering
system with maximum ease and efficiency.
ADLIB | Serials
The ADLIB Serials Module makes light work of the traditionally time-consuming
and repetitive business of subscription management. Issues received are checked
in quickly, simply and flexibly. Serials can be circulated among readers;
cost centres and payments are kept track of; and your letters to suppliers
can be compiled and printed or e-mailed automatically.
ADLIB | Designer
Taylor-made implementations can be based on the standard applications
or build from scratch using the unique Adlib Designer software.
Contact: Ronald van der Meer
Safariweg 18-22, 3605 MA Maarssen, The
Netherlands; +31 346 586800; fax +31 346 561655
Implementor Id: 108; Last update: 10/2005; Last verification:
Implemented client and server in our library system Advanced Rapid
Library. Supports Version 3 functionality including Init, Search, Present,
Scan, Close and Extended Services Database Update. Partial support of UCP
(Union catalogue Profile) for cooperative union catalogisation in Czech and
Slovak Republic. HTTP gateway for virtual union catalog. Based on YAZ toolkit.
Contact: Robert Spiegel
Koupelni 2, CZ-695 01 Hodonin, Czech Republic; 00-420-518/326 522; fax:
Implementor Id: 139; Last update: 5/2006; Last verification:
NetBiblio is an integrated library management system for libraries and archives.
We provide a Z39.50 web-based client to build virtual catalogs. This Z39.50 client
has the following features:
- Virtual catalogs
- Build common catalogs (without the need to fusion databases)
- Integrate databases from other vendors supporting Z39.50
- Display highly customizable
- Send e-mail containing the search result
- Circulation status of documents
- Integration with NetBiblio WebOPAC for user account access (reservation,
- Seamless integration with NetBiblio Notice Server for easy notice copying
- Easy installation, configuration and updates with the modern technology
We provide a Z39.50 server to integrate a NetBiblio database into any Z39.50
AlCoda GmbH Route de Schiffenen 9A 1700 Fribourg Switzerland +41 26 48 48 020
fax: +41 26 48 41 082
Implementor Id: 180; Last update: 6/2003; Last verification:
formerly InQuirion Pty Ltd Ihe TeraText product range (www.teratext.com) is developed by SAIC.
The TeraText Content Server is a V2/V3 Z39.50 target with support for XML, SGML,
and MARC as native data types. The server also supports Explain, SUTRS, GRS-1,
and XML record syntaxes. The TeraText Database System is designed to support
collections of millions to billions of records.
Contact: Alan Kent
SAIC Pty Ltd, Level 3, 91 William St, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3000. Tel:
Implementor Id: 62; Last update: 10/2005 Last verification:
Z39.50 implemented as a core service of our LMS RUSLAN: server supporting
bibliographic and non-bibliographic (accounting, user, etc.) databases, acquisition
and cataloguing, circulation workbenches and Web gateway. Charset negotiation
(UNICODE and 8-bit) supported as well as Database Update (UCP), Item Order,
Sort and Resource-Control services, various MARC, OPAC and GRS-1 (Update,
Zthes and local schemas) record syntaxes. Prototype of ILL workbench conforming
to ISO ILL and Z39.50/ILL Profiles was recently developed. Further information
is available at RUSLANet web pages.
Contact: Rustam Usmanov
Institute of Consortia Library Information Systems, St.Petersburg State Polytechnic
University; 29, Politekhnitcheskaya str., St.Petersburg, 195251, Russia;
Tel/fax: +7 812 552 7654
Implementor Id: 148; Last update: 4/2004 Last verification:
formerly "North Central"
- The Zthes profile for navigation in hierarchical taxonomies is at zthes.z3950.org
- The Net::Z3950 module for building Z39.50 clients in Perl is at perl.z3950.org
- ZOOM, the Z39.50 Object-Orientation Model for simplified client-side
APIs, is at zoom.z3950.org
- ZeeRex, the Explainable ``Explain'' Service, is at explain.z3950.org
- zSQLgate, the generic, configurable Z39.50-to-RDBMS gateway server,
is at sql.z3950.org
- cql-java, a set of tools for compiling, translating and rendering CQL
queries, is at zing.z3950.org/cql/java
- Net::Z3950::PQF, a Perl module for parsing Prefix Query Format,
is at http://search.cpan.org/dist/Net-Z3950-PQF/
Contact: Mike Taylor
Oakleigh Farm House, Crooked End, Ruardean, Gloucestershire GL17 9XF, ENGLAND.
1594 546 941
Implementor Id: 169; Last update: 4/2005; Last verification:
Geospatial Portals, Z39.50 Gateways, Enterprise Portals, Data Management
and Delivery Systems - Compusult Limited provides advanced software solutions
and services enabling organizations to publish disparate data and information.
Compusult Limited is recognized as a leading implementer of data publishing
and retrieval systems employing Z39.50 and helping government and other organizations
leverage Z39.50 and other standards to solve disparate data sharing issues.
We develop, support and maintain a proven, fully integrated software solution
called Web Enterprise Suite. Compusult's Web Enterprise Suite of products
fully support Z39.50 at both the client and server levels. It continues to
be the primary choice for organizations desiring a single (or customized)
gateway to disparate data.
If you have questions regarding Z39.50 to pull together your disparate
data sources and collections -- Call us!
Description of Z39.50 products
Web Enterprise Suite
Web Enterprise Suite is an integrated suite of standards-based applications
that enable the expedient and efficient construction of spatial Web-based
portals that provide cataloguing, discovery, retrieval, delivery, Web mapping,
e-commerce and metadata management services. It provides out-of-the-box support
for a number of metadata standards (including FGDC and ISO 19115).
If disparate data sources need to be transparently integrated into a coherent
data publishing and retrieval portal, then look no further then Web Enterprise
Suite. It may consist of, depending on the version and configuration requirements,
any or all of the following Standards-based, Commercial Off-The-Shelf (SCOTS)
Meta Manager Z39.50
Meta Manager is an advanced metadata toolkit that provides metadata management.
It enables data providers to expose data collections and archives as Z39.50-compliant
servers for clearinghouse connectivity. It also supports multiple metadata
standards and provides data providers with the ability to define, map and
manage metadata content and to present this content in a number of formats
Meta Miner Z39.50
Organizations can create their own information Clearinghouse. The application
includes a Z39.50 client that provides intuitive search specification fields,
a clearinghouse server registration module and clearinghouse server searching.
The client look and feel and operation is fully customizable and supports
A powerful OGC-compliant Internet mapping solution providing organizations
the ability to present, link, distribute and publish geomatics-based data,
products and services. Map Manager provides an advanced infrastructure for
users to access spatial information from disparate data sources and to display
the information in powerful, easy-to-use WWW browser client applications.
The WES Portal is a pre-configured portal that enables users to discover, view,
assemble and obtain desired data and services for a particular area of interest
without needing to know the details of how the data and services are stored
and maintained by independent organizations and data custodians.
A service registry that provides discovery, access, harvesting and maintenance
of Web-based services metadata. Service Manager architecture has been specifically
designed to be deployed in a multi-tier arrangement of clients and servers.
Discovery of services is provided through a stateless interface enabling
a client to locate service metadata quickly and effectively.
Contact: Robert Thomas
P.O. Box 1000; 40 Bannister St.; Mount Pearl; Newfoundland, Canada A1N 3C9;
709-745 -7914; fax: 709-745 -7927
Implementor Id: 168; Last update: 5/2006; Last
Library of Congress
Running a V3 target for access to our Voyager (Endeavor) system.
Implementation includes init, search, present, and close. The target
databases contain bibliographic and holdings records. MARC 21, OPAC,
and XML record syntaxes are supported. LC is currently running version
2003.1.1 of Voyager and version 1.2.1 of Index Data's YAZ Proxy.
Contact: Larry Dixson
NetDev/MARC Standards; Coll. Svcs.; Washington D.C. 20540-4102;
202-707-5807; fax: 0115
Implementor Id: 13; Last update: 5/2006; Last verification:
Alejandría Z39.50 is a tool that enhances the power of Alejandría:
a product which makes it easy to automate and introduce the most modern
technologies within libraries, educational institutions, research centers,
documentation centers and corporations. Alejandría Z39.50 provides
interoperability with heterogenous systems which are information publishers
and Z39.50 enabled. It is implemented using the Yaz Toolkit (Indexdata)
and the Alejandría API for Windows 98/2000/NT/XP. Further information
is available at http://alejandria.hacer.ula.ve/Z3950
Alejandría Z39.50 is implemented as client and server.
The client is an agent that uses the Alejandria web interface to perform
simultaneous search in several Z39.50 servers. An Alejandría
Z39.50 client is running at http://www.ciudad-alejandria.com/serverz.
This product turns an Alejandria client into a Z39.50 searcher.
Alejandria WorldLibrary is a new product that doesn't need the
Alejandria's platform. It is a universal Z39.50 client that uses a
web interface. It allows simultaneous query to multiple Z servers and
several user's sessions. It is available at http://alejandria.hacer.ula.ve/Z3950 as
The server is a module that uses the Alejandría search
engine to look for records. It can concurrently serve to several databases
. It receives the queries coming from Z39.50 clients and translates
them into Alejandría query language in order to search its databases.
When the records are received, they are translated to Z39.50 response
language (only Marc format) and they are sent to the clients. Two servers
are currently running: at www.ciudad-alejandria.com:9999 (bolivar,
revistaActual, lgula databases) and at www.saber.ula.ve:9999 (saber,
Contact: José Aguilar
Corporación Parque Tecnológico, Centro Profesional
General Massini, Av. 4 Bolívar, entre calles 17 y 18, Ofc. A-3,
Mérida, Edo. Mérida, Venezuela. (58-274) 252 8808/252 7198
Fax: (58-274) 252 8808/252 7198
Implementor Id: 184; Last update: 9/2003 Last verification:
The Crossnet business
unit of DS Ltd undertakes software development, consultancy, training
for Z39.50 and has a range of commercial and freeware Z39.50 products.
DS is participating in the following
- ZedKit-UNIX - a freeware software
development kit for Z39.50 development originally developed for
the German Library project DBV OSI II.
- ZedKit - Windows a commercial software development kit for Z39.50 development.
- ZedJAVA -
a JAVA software development kit for Z39.50 development
- ZedLib -
a commercial package to allow the development of:
- Z39.50 server package to ODBC accessible
databases for Windows and UNIX platforms.
- high performance MARC and XML
- DScovery - Microsoft .NET based product
for federated searching
across Library, Museum, Community Information and Archive material incl. Z39.50
and SRU searching.
- Xchange - A Z39.50 and ISO-ILL inter-library lending
- WiLL - Whats in London'
s Libraries - Crossnet is providing a portal product to cross-search
the library catalogues and community information databases of the
33 London borough public libraries.
- NOAH project (Norfolk
OnLine Access to Heritage) for the UK county of Norfolk.
- SWRLS-SAGE - a cross-domain
project in the UK to search across libraries, museums and public
archives for the South West Regional Library Services group.
- SWRLS-WISDOM - a virtual library
catalogue based on Z39.50 and ISO-ILL protocols for the South West
Regional Library Services group.
Sussex Past (http://www.westsussexpast.org.uk/)
- bringing together heritage resources of the UK county of West
County Sense of Place - (http://www.senseofplacesuffolk.co.uk) bringing
together heritage resources of the UK county of Suffolk.
a member of the Dokimas Group.
DS Ltd, Unit 12, Kingfisher
Court, Hambridge Road, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 5SJ United Kingdom;
+44 (0) 1635 522912; fax: +44 (0) 1635 522913
Implementor Id: 61; Last update: 9/2005; Last verification:
The project is in the planning stages. We intend to host a Z39.50
server gateway for the Xreferplus reference database. Xreferplus is
a subscription-based online reference service. Our implementation will
make it possible to search for full text entries from the books we
host. Search features will include searching by entry headings and
keyword searching of the full text. Through database selection, results
can be obtained from the entire database or by selecting one of 21
broad catgeories like medicine or science, etc. Results records will
be available in USMARC, GRS-1, SUTRS and XML.
Contact: Peter Ciuffetti 316
Stuart St. Boston MA 02116 (617) 426-5046
Implementor Id: 194; Entry date: 10/2006; Last update:
10/2006; Last verification: 10/2006
- ZooPARK - multiplatform
Z39.50 v.3 server (Windows NT/2K/XP/2K3, Linux, Solaris (x86,SPARC),
FreeBSD, SCO OpenServer), based on YAZ ToolKit (Index Data), with the
dynamic loaded data providers. Constructed on a block principle with
possibility of the extension by the additional data providers (as DLL
for Win32 or as Shared Objects for UNIX). The interface of the dynamic
data provider is open for development of additional modules by other
developers. In the current configuration the server contains modules
for access to various DBMS - providers of the data CDS/ISIS (Z-ISIS),
MS ADO (Z-MSADO), Text (ZEBRA), Remote Z39.50 (Z-REMOTE), MS SQL Server
(Z-MSSQL), MySQL Server (Z-MySQL), PHP and PERL applications (Z-SHELL).
Installed in assemblies of an information system of a one-type server
ZooPARK can derivate clusters with redistribution of retrieval inquiries.
The Z39.50 servers of other manufacturers also can be switched on in
similar clusters, but with the limited possibilities. The server provides
an information output in standard Z39.50 formats: SUTRS, GRS-1, USmarc,
unimarc, RUSmarc, and html, as well as locally registered RTF. The
server supports Explain categories TargetInfo, DatabaseInfo, SchemaInfo,
TagsetInfo, AttributeSetInfo, AttributeDetails.
ZooPARK includes also the WEB-server functioning in the same port,
that server Z39.50. The ZooPARK WEB-server provides access to usual
documents, supposes execution of scripts (PHP, PERL, etc.) and contains
the builtin gateway Z39.50-HTTP (Z-GW).
Now server Z39.50 is accessible at addresses:
z3950.uiggm.nsc.ru:210 bases = (bib-1): geocat,geotrn,geocrf
z3950.uiggm.nsc.ru:210 bases = (zthes): grefth,inisth,gemet,agrvc,dewey,
Now server WWW and gateway Z39.50-HTTP is accessible at addresses: http://z3950.uiggm.nsc.ru:210
Evaluation versions of ZooPARK are ftp://z3950.uiggm.nsc.ru/pub/ZooPARK
- Z-IRBIS - simplified variant of a server ZooPARK for data
bases IRBIS and CDS/ISIS.
- ZooView - Z39.50 graphics client Z39.50
The information on the server (in Russian) is at http://z3950.uiggm.nsc.ru:210/ZooPARK/index.htm
Koptyug pr. 3, Novosibirsk, 630090, Russia; +7(383) 33-20-05, +7(383)
33-22-16 Fax: +7(383) 33-27-92 (for Zhizhimov O.L.)
Implementor Id: 155; Last update: 10/2006 Last verification:
System Simulation's Index+ information management system includes
configurable Z39.50 client and server support. Index+ is available as a
general purpose information retrieval and content management system, as
the MuseumIndex+ museum collections management system, and as both a digital
asset management and a picture library system.
We have contributed Z39.50 software to several EU-funded projects
concerned with sharing cultural heritage information.
The Index+ Bridge allows distributed searching across a variety
of databases. Our Z39.50 client software is one of the channels
available to Bridge builders.
The Index+/SOAP Gateway is a general purpose SOAP server which
can be configured to serve the SRW protocol.
Contact: Michael Selway
Bedford Chambers; The Piazza; Covent Garden; London WC2E 8HA; UK. +44
(0)20 7836 7406
Implementor Id: 136; Last update: 10/2006; Last
The Smithsonian/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) provides
access to 5 million references in the fields of Astronomy/Planetary
Sciences/Solar Physics, and Physics/Geosciences, as well as scanned
article from most Astronomy journals. The database can be searched
by author, title, or abstract text.
60 Garden Street; MS-83; 617-495-7260, (Fax) 617-496-7577
Implementor Id: 147; Last update: 10/2006 Last verification:
Sunstone Z39.50 Server
Easily configurable version 3 target for the Livelink Discovery Server(formerly
BRS/Search) search engine from OpenText Corporation.
Supports Init, Search, Present, Delete-result-sets (and naming
of result sets), Scan, Sort and Close.
Attribute sets and the mapping of attributes to the database
are user configurable. Various MARC formats, SUTRS and GRS-1 are supported
internally. Any other record format is accessible through Java plug-ins
Implemented in Java and based on the ZedJAVA toolkit from Crossnet
Systems Ltd. Target platforms: All platforms supporting Java (NT, Solaris,
AIX and Linux tested).
Barnhusgatan 14, S-111 23 Stockholm, Sweden; +46 8 545 221 00; fax
+46 8 545 221 10
Implementor Id: 152; Last update: 5/2005; Last verification:
MuseGlobal has developed a multi-protocol broadcast search environment
system called Muse, which undertakes simultaneous searching of multiple
sources using different protocols. Search statements are translated to
the appropriate search language of the Source and mapped to the semantics
of the Source. The appropriate protocol is used to conduct the search and
retrieve results. Results are re-formatted and transmitted to the Muse
user. Search results may be enhanced by secondary searches utilizing the
data from the primary search results. Results are merged and may be processed
and manipulated in a number of ways before being returned to the user.
Muse utilizes a number of protocols for connecting to other systems.
With Muse acting as a server, it accepts 'instructions' in http, Z39.50,
SOAP, LDAP, Telnet, XML, SIP, NCIP, OpenURL, and proprietary protocols.
When Muse acts as the broadcast search client, its Connectors allow
it to connect to Sources using all the above protocols and SQL, Lotus
Notes and other 'office/document' protocols. Muse recognizes record
formats appropriate to the protocols from 2709 MARCs through SUTRS
to XML and comma delimited.
Muse has been in active use since 2000 mainly used as a service component
by MuseGlobal's partners who incorporate it into their own products
as either a portal or a back end engine.
Muse Server supports Z39.50 v3 and functions Init, Search, Present,
Close. It is conformant to Bath at levels 0 or 1 across all areas,
with the proviso that its conformance depends on the capabilities of
the ultimate servers which it is searching. Supported formats: USMARC,
UKMARC, MARC21, DanMARC, NorMARC, SweMARC, CMARC, SUTRS, XML, DC. Unicode
character encoding. Returns diagnostic messages from bib-1 Diagnostic
Muse Client supports Z39.50 v3 and functions Init, Search, Present,
Scan, Close. Supported formats: UNIMARC, MARC21, SUTRS. Unicode character
Contact: Peter Noerr
4001 South, 700 East, Suite 220, Salt Lake City, UT 84107. 801-208-1880, fax:
Implementor Id: 183; Last update: 1/2003 Last verification:
Reindex is a library system offering all traditional library-functions
in one compact web-interface. Reindex.net implements a fully maintained
system without local installations - apart from browsers. Reindex.net
runs on Debian with Zebra from Index data for bibliographic data. Sybase
9 XML is used for administrative data. Internally marcXchange is used
for bibliographical records. Update utilizes Z39 - extended services.
Reindex supports MARC21, Danmarc, Normarc and Dublin Core with UTF8-encoding.
Contact: Hans Erik
Købmagergade 43,2 DK 1150 Copenhagen Denmark +45 70 20
Implementor Id: 189; Last update: 5/2006; Last verification:
TietoEnator Libraries Oy
PallasPro Library System has at the moment two Z39.50-1995 V3 compliant
products in use: a Z39.50 server software and a cataloguing client, which
natively uses Z39.50 for server connection. The Z39.50 features available
- Protocol version: 3
- Supported basic services: Init, Close, Delete, Search, Present,
Scan, Named Result Sets, Explain (CategoryList, TargetInfo, DatabaseInfo,
- Supported extended services: Update, Delete, Record Insert
- Query-type: RPN
- Attribute sets: Bib-1, Fin-1, or any configurable
- RecordSyntax: FINMARC, GRS, SUTRS and MARC21
- Character sets: ISO 6937/2 and UNICODE (UTF-7 and UTF-8)
- Platforms: Unix for server, Windows for client workstations
- Programming tools: ONE library
P.O.Box 203, FIN-40101 Jyvaskyla, Finland
Implementor Id: 151; Last update: 5/2006; Last verification:
NEVA library automation system has Z39.50 (V3 compliant) server
as a system core, as well as, the family of specialized Z39.50 clients
(library workbenches) covering full life-cycle library functionality. Z39.50
server plays a role of library application server. It has own embedded
database management system. Z39.50 profile includes the following features
supported. Services: Init, Close, Access Control, Resource Control, Search,
Present, Named Result Sets, Scan, Sort, Explain, Extended Services. Query-type:
RPN. Attribute sets: Bib-1. RecordSyntaxes: RUSMARC, UNIMARC, MARC 21,
GRS1, SUTRS, OPAC, XML. Character sets: Unicode (UTF-8), negotiation supported
for Windows CP1251, DOS 866, KOI8-R. Server Platforms: Windows NT/ 2000/
XP. Client Platforms: Windows 98/ NT/ 2000/ XP.
P.O.Box 143 BALTICSOFT, Saint-Petersburg, 197342, Russia; phone:
(+7 812) 973-00-28; fax: (+7 812) 430-88-92
Implementor Id: 190; Last update: 4/2005; Last verification:
Commercial Z39.50 client for Windows 98/2000/NT/XP is included in the
Libra III library management software. Import of Marc-records from Z3950-databases
to local database with the client software. The server-side of the system
runs under Unix. Z39.50 server under Unix is also available.
Contact: Thorsten Jakobson
Box 5151, 42605 Vastra Frolunda, Sweden; 31 710 29 50; fax: 31 69
Implementor Id: 123; Last update: 6/2003; Last verification:
DIMDI (Deutsches Institut fuer Medizinische Dokumentation und Information)
The grips retrieval system uses the protocol machine developed
for DBV-OSI (German library project) to provide origin and target functionality
for Z39.50-1995. All of DIMDI's databases may be accessed using the bib-1
or STAS attribute sets.
DIMDI is an institute within the scope of the German Federal Ministry of Health
and Social Security. Since its foundation in 1969, it has been DIMDI's main task
- besides the comprehensive legal tasks assigned to it by the Federal Ministry
of Health and Social Security to provide the interested public with quick and
easy access to the latest information in all fields of the life sciences. After
initially concentrating on health care and medicine, we have continuously expanded
our services, also in cooperation with other institutions. Today, we can offer
a broad collection of databases covering the entire spectrum of life sciences
and social sciences. DIMDI offers access to over 90 databases with a total of
more than 100 million records; approximately 4 million new documents are added
each year. About one third of the databases are available free of charge. Online
access to DIMDI's databases is possible via all major communication networks.
DIMDI took part in the German Library Project (DBV-OSI II) where the Z39.50 interface
to our databases has been developed.
Contact: Ulla Reimer
Waisenhausgasse 36-38a; D-50676 Koeln; +49 221 4724 259; fax: +49 221 4724444
Implementor Id: 113; Last update: 6/2003 Last verification:
Developer of Z39.50 server, GUI client, Web gateway, corporate
library automation system (on Z39.50 protocol) - "AS Library-3"; corporate
musem automation system "AS Musem-3"; automatic statistic system "AS
NetStat-3"; automatic system for calculation of monument "AS Monument-3".
All product can provide access to databases in USMARC, UNIMARC, RUSMARC
and SUTRS formats. Full Unicode support is realized.
Contact: Mike Pakhomov
22a, Sovetskaya str., Nakhabino, Moscow region, 143430, Russia
(+7 495) 566-00-63; 228-59-64
Implementor Id: 188; Last update: 12/2004; Last
Stacks (TM) is Library Automation Software for Windows and
the Internet. Includes Z39.50 Client functionality. Visit our web site
for all the details (www.Stacks.ca)
Contact: Bob Burley
210 - 233 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3B 2A7
; (204) 989-6022 x144, 1-888-343-4598 x114Fax: (204) 957-7637
Implementor Id: 115; Last update: 1/2002 Last verification:
Dantek has developed several products incorporating Z39.50 version
3 as a standard means for seamless integration. The products aim for increased
efficiency and effectiveness by catalysing synergy founded in internal
as well as external cooperation. For general information on Dantek and
our products, please visit our corporate web site (http://www.dantek.dk).
Dantek Download Center
Dantek Download Center streamlines the process of maximizing the benefits of
the national Danish union catalogue (DanBib) by offering direct access
to all the standard deliveries. Additionally Dantek Download Center offers
many possibilities for custom download of bibliographical records. Generally
speaking Dantek Download Center turns the traditionally complex and time
consuming process of keeping local records up to date relative to DanBib
into a triviality.
Dantek Download Center is fully compliant with the danZIG profile and additionally
supports compound queries using BIB-1, DAN-1 and DBC-1. Hereby the full potential
of the Danish library infrastructure is brought to the desktop of the user.
Dantek Download Center is fully integrated with Dantek Library, Dantek BiblioMatik
and Dantek Booking, Dantek's premium library automation tools. Additionally
Dantek Download Center may be used as a stand-alone product bringing the synergy
to users of any other library automation tool.
Contact: Henrik Dahl
Dantek, Vestergade 41, DK-8600 Silkeborg, Denmark. +45 86 80
30 99, fax: +45 86 80 30 94
Implementor Id: 182; Last update: 9/2002; Last verification:
RLG provides Z39.50 access to the RLG Union Catalog, the LC/NACO
and LC/SACO databases, and various citation databases. Z39.50 client
access is available by subscription. RLG also uses Z39.50 connections
within its ILL Manager software, and to show up-to-date holdings information
from local systems whose records are cataloged in RLIN. A sample database
for Z39.50 client developers, xxdefault, is at z3950.rlg.org:210. RLG’s
primary Z39.50 server is based on YAZ. This server is used for RLG’s
Eureka and RLIN21 services.
RLG plans to offer support for Database Update using Extended
Services during 2006.
Server information is at http://www.rlg.org/en/page.php?Page_ID=687,
Searching Using a Z39.50 Connection.
Contact: Lennie Stovel
2029 Stierlin Court, Suite 100, Mountain View, CA 94043-4684; 650-691-2259.
Implementor Id: 19; Last update: 11/2005; Last verification:
Z39.50 is an integral tool in a number of Ex Libris’ product
offerings, including theALEPH
500 ™ integrated library management system, the MetaLib® library
portal and MetaSearch™ product, and DigiTool ,
developed for managing digital assets. All products support version 3 of
ALEPH provides both Z39.50 target and origin functionality.
The target supports access by any Z39.50 compliant client to ALEPH
catalogs. The gateway provides seamless connectivity to remote targets
through the ALEPH staff client and the ALEPH Web-based OPAC client.
ALEPH supports the Bath Profile 2.0.
ALEPH Z39.50 server capabilities include the following:
Init, Search, Present, Delete, Sort, Scan and Close
DatabaseUpdate (recordInsert, recordReplace and recordDelete), developed
according to UCP.
BIB-1 and DAN-1. Additional attribute sets can be configured.
MARC21, UNIMARC, MAB, GRS-1, SUTRS, XML (Dublin Core), and OPAC.
Additional MARC-based formats can be configured.
Element sets B1, B2 and C2, as recommended in the Bath Profile. Element
sets B2 and B3 of the danZIG Profile specifications are also
Default element set is F. Additional element sets can be configured.
Unicode (UTF-8). A wide range of additional character sets
can be configured.
ALEPH as a Z39.50 client capabilities include the following:
searching Z39.50 targets and presenting bibliographic data
sorting bibliographic data via Z39.50
presenting Holdings Information (from OPAC records or from
Holdings Schema records)
browsing Z39.50 targets
support for the ES DatabaseUpdate Service, as part of the
staff Cataloging module.
Ex Libris’ MetaLib library portal and metasearch product
is also a Z39.50 client. Its Central KnowledgeBase includes configurations
for hundreds of Z39.50 gateway databases, retrieving and parsing MARC,
SUTRS, and XML data from them. MetaLib’s Administration module
includes tools to configure additional Z39.50 gateways to be searchable
in the MetaLib user interface. MetaLib as a MetaSearch tool searches
and retrieves records using other protocols, including the SRU and
SRW XML Gateway protocols. MetaLib’s copy cataloging module makes
MetaLib a Z39.50 server as well.
DigiTool also provides Z39.50 target and origin functionality.
The target supports access by any Z39.50 compliant clients to the DigiTool
Resource Discovery over TCP/IP. Supported services include Init, Search,
Present, Delete, Sort, Scan, and Close. The target includes MARC and
Dublin Core mapping functionality so clients can retrieve the data
from the target in the desired format. The gateway provides seamless
connectivity to remote targets through the DigiTool Meditor (metadata
Connect to www.exlibrisgroup.com for
200 S. Michigan Avenue, Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60604; 877-527-1689
Implementor Id: 162; Last update: 10/2005; Last verification:
We have included Z39.50 v.3 as an important module of our Library Management
System ABSYS. We have a Z39.50 server, a gateway to Z39.50 servers included
in our Web Opac, and there is a Z39.50 client included in our standard
Absys client. We also have a gateway web/Z39.50 which creates virtual union
catalogues. These products are currently installed in Spain, France, Portugal
and other countrys in Latin America including the University Union Catalog
of Spain (REBIUN) with more than 6 million records. More information is
available at our web site: http://www.baratz.es.
Contact: Pedro Corral
Raimundo Fdez. Villaverde, 28 - 1 28003 Madrid - Spain; 34 914560360
Implementor Id: 130; Last update: 6/2003 Last verification:
Z39.50 Gateways, Digital and Virtual Libraries, Content Management
and Enterprise Information Portals -- Blue Angel provides flexible, scalable,
Enterprise Software and a full-range of Professional Services so that organizations
can make the most of disparate information resources (both internal and
Since its inception, Blue Angel Technologies has been recognized
as a leading implementer of Z39.50-- helping government agencies; academic
communities, libraries, corporations, and other organizations leverage
Z39.50 and other standards/protocols to solve complex information sharing
problems. Blue Angel develops, supports, and maintains, a mature, fully
integrated software suite, collectively called MetaStar, which
can be used separately or together to unite information in powerful
ways. Blue Angel's MetaStar Products fully support Z39.50 at
both the client and server levels. MetaStar's powerful Z39.50 Search
Engine combined with its fully configurable, standards-based architecture
make it a logical choice for organizations desiring a single (or customized)
gateway to disparate resources and/or collections.
If you have questions regarding Z39.50 or are interested in making
the most of your disparate information resources-- We can help!
Riewe MetaStar Solutions P.O. Box 80645 Valley Forge,
PA 19484; 610-337-1403; fax: 610-337-1407
Implementor Id: 90; Last update: 4/2003; Last verification:
The Cheshire II system is an information retrieval system supporting
Z39.50-1995 and the majority of Z39.50-2003 (including the attribute architecture),
with several general-purpose scriptable clients (origin) and servers (target).
The system uses SGML/XML for all of the data and provides output mapping
to GRS-1 and SUTRS from SGML or XML. The server automatically generates
an IR-Explain-1 database from system configuration files. The distribution
includes an Alpha version of
Cheshire III with support for SRW.
102 South Hall #4600 Berkeley, CA 94720-4600; 510-642-6046, fax: -5814
Implementor Id: 171; Last update: 8/2004; Last verification:
D3Zserver is a Z39.50 service of D3 (RDBMS by Raining Data) which
provides services to databases inside D3. In default version D3ZServer
access to LiberMedia data via Z protocol, supports extended function via
e-mail. In additional, D3Zsoft set consists of D3ZServer & D3ZClient
helps other databases use Z service).
Leninski-4, Moscow, Russia, +7-(095)-236-8067 fax: +7-(095)-347-2337
Implementor Id: 178 Last update: 4/2004 Last verification:
Etymon develops free and commercial server information systems, including
the Amberfish text
retrieval system. `
Contact: Nassib Nassar
P.O. Box 12484; Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-2484; USA; 919-949-6125
Implementor Id: 156; Last update: 2/2000 Last verification:
The Library Corporation
We have added access to OCLC Update function to our Z39.50 clients.
- ITS for Windows (Integrated Technical Services Workstation),
Z39.50 Client. A Windows based MARC cataloging work station with
context-sensitive MARC and cataloging documentation.
- Library.Solution (Fully-Integrated Library System) with
Z39.50 server and client.
- Database of approximately 20 million MARC records (Z39.50
- National authority database searchable via Z39.50.
Research Park; Inwood, WV 25428; 304-229-0100 x254, 800-624-0559 x254
Implementor Id: 94; Last update: 4/2002; Last verification:
Our products are based on YAZ Toolkit. Record syntaxes supported:
usmarc, sutrs, grs-1 and xml (semantic mappings to: GILS, Dublin Core,
EAD, MODS, OAMSET, etc.
IOOPZ Client - IOOP has cataloged library of targets, organized
by subject, location. It also has a search engine to query multiple
databases even those who don't use Z3950.
IOOPZ Server - a Z3950 server that has engines for indexing
and harvesting databases online, text mining processes and information
IOOPZ Databases - Z3950 databases indexing periodicals online,
full-text newspapers, library catalogs, law and legislation and specialized
Rua das Camelias, 381, 78030, Cuiaba-MT, Brazil; +55-61-9232-5265; fax: +55-61-3226-4922
Implementor Id: 191; Entry date: 10/2005; Last update:
9/2005; Last verification: 9/2005