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The VHL homepage also has areas allocated for links to related VHL sites and/or institutions, news and highlights.
The VHL homepage also has areas allocated for links to related VHL sites and/or institutions, news and highlights.
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Revision as of 13:48, 16 February 2012


ABCD (Automation of Libraries and Documentation Centers, from its name in Spanish and Portuguese) is a multilingual, Open Source, Web application for the management of libraries, containing core library functions such as acquisitions, cataloging, lending and database administration. It also includes an advanced lending module called EmpWeb.

The development of ABCD is promoted and coordinated by BIREME, with the support of VLIR and the collaboration of many people from different institutions and countries .


To access the several installation, configuration and user guides, please click here.


If you have a previous version installed follow the directions here.


To enter the modules, you shall follow the instructions bellow:

ABCD - Administration http://localhost:9090/

   User: abcd
   Password: adm
   Rights: System Administrator, Database administrator, Database Operators, Loan administrator
   User: abcd
   Password: dbadm
   Rights: Database administrator, Database Operators 
   User: abcd
   Password: dboper
   Rights: Database Operators 

ABCD - Public site http://localhost:9090/site/

ABCD - Public site administrator http://localhost:9090/site/admin

   User: adm
   Password: x
   Rights: Administrator
   User: Databese operator
   Password: doc
   Rights: Contents 

SeCS-Web - Administrator http://localhost:9090/secs-web/

   User: admsecs
   Password: admsecs
   Rights: Administrator 
   User: edtsecs
   Password: edtsecs
   Rights: Editor

EmpWeb- Administrator http://localhost:8080/empweb/

User: abcd Password: adm Rights: Administrator

Pre-required Softwares

ABCD use requires: - Windows or Linux Apache 2.2.x PHP 5.2.x YAZ Mysql 5.1 or newer (Only for EmpWeb) Java 1.5(Only for EmpWeb and Linux)


ABCD 1.0 version (beta) - [Release news]http://bvsmodelo.bvsalud.org/download/abcd/Actualizaciones_ABCD_release_1.0_en.pdf

For Windows there are two installation packages available: assisted (Wizard) or unassisted (zip file). Both installers include Apache, PHP and Yaz) pre-configured for ABCD.

For Linux installation, the pre-requisites are not included. For more information about Linux pre-requisites click here.

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Further information

How to contribute

At http://reddes.bvsaude.org/projects/abcd you will find information about the development schedule and the areas where you can participate/contribute. The site is based on the TRAC tool for version control and includes a wiki for for collaborative documentation. It is integrated with Subversion. Here you can contribute by informing about bugs, sending suggestions and even participate directly in the development work. For rules and other information about TRAC and how to participate, click here .

More Information:

   * ISIS discussion list

Through the ISIS international discussion list you can share your questions, contribute with answers and stay informed about news in ABCD development.


VHL-Site is the application that manages the homepage of a VHL and integrates its information sources, allowing for the creation, maintenance and publishing of the site. The VHL model homepage is organized in areas such as: Information Sources: it is possible to access the content of a specific information source type, for example, bibliographic databases, full text, directories etc. Topics: it contains predefined queries as subjects. Specialized spaces or communities: information sources network organized in order to provide information to specialized user groups or profiles. The VHL homepage also has areas allocated for links to related VHL sites and/or institutions, news and highlights.