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Last update: Sept. 24, 2020 UTC

Interoperability

OAI-PMH The OAI-PMH protocol is not enabled or doesn't have content indexed.

REST API The REST API is enabled and has content available.

Robots file The Robots.txt file is available.

Sitemaps file The DSpace's Sitemaps feature is not enabled. This feature should be enabled to boost access to the Repository's content.

Custom Handle Prefix The Handle Prefix has been customized.

Information Security

DSpace version The Repository's DSpace version is 6.3, which is still under support .

Cryptography In order to meet this criteria, the HTTPS protocol must be enabled, accepting TLS with minimum version of 1.2 and the HTTP protocol must forward to HTTPS.

Security Headers The Headers X-Frame-Options and/or X-Content-Type-Options are not available. Refer to OWASP Secure Headers Project for details on its benefits.

Tomcat exposed Apache Tomcat does not seem to be the Web Server exposed to the Internet.

Standard Ports Standard HTTP/HTTPS ports are used and no port is exposed in the URL.

Performance

Subsecond Response Time The following pages: Homepage, Community List, Search Result, had an average response time lower than 1 second.

Compression The Gzip and/or Brotli methods are available in the Web Server.

HTTP/2 Protocol The HTTP/2 Protocol is implemented in the Web Server.

Usability

Mobile Ready The User Interface is not Mobile Ready according to Google's Mobile-Friendly Test tool.

Single Web Interface Only one User Interface is active. DSpace (up to version 6.X) is shipped with two User Interfaces: XMLUI and JSPUI. It is a good practice to have only one of these active.

Content in Communities and Collections All Communities and Collections have content. According to the REST API, there are 1 Community and 1 Collection in the Repository.

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Repository Insights™ analyzes 16 metrics in Institutional Repositories (IR) built in DSpace for improvements.

We aim to help institutions foster their IR solution by providing a comprehensive report into four categories: Interoperability, Information Security, Performance and Usability.