I have setup both Archivematica and AtoM, I've made the integration and I am uploading DIPs from AM to AtoM.
I would expect that when a DIP is uploaded to AtoM:
1) the files that are generated by different services would also be visible inside AtoM or at least indexed for search
2) the METS content would also be indexed for searching
To further clarify:
1) When the transfer contains TIF file(s) AM produces an OCR transcript. I want the transcript to be available in AtoM (perhaps as metadata of the original transfer) and indexed so that I can search for the archival description using a word or phrase that appears inside the TIF.
2) I have setup a few custom commands and created rules for them to run for different types of files. The new commands are executed during Archivematica's Characterization step and the results are XMLs stored in the METS file. Since the METS file is included both in the AIP and the DIP uploaded in AtoM, I though that AtoM would index that information for searching.
Currently, in the archival description, I can only see the files originally included in the transfer (see screen-shot attached). Information included in the METS file are not used in the search. Nevertheless, the DIP uploaded contains all the files mentioned:
vagrant@ubuntu-xenial:~$ tree /tmp/meta_test_6-98b46a9d-9c07-49d6-9a78-ad179c04e8f0/
│ └── ffb3d724-99c3-41fd-98e5-16120290eae0-tif_test_file.jpg
│ └── ffb3d724-99c3-41fd-98e5-16120290eae0-tif_test_file-64b17003-a6cb-4bce-b9e0-0ab08b1592c7.txt
3 directories, 5 files
I am using the latest versions of both tools, AM 1.11.0 and AtoM 2.5.
Any ideas on how I can achieve this?