[Archivesspace_Users_Group] EAD via API - character problem

Mayo, Dave dave_mayo at harvard.edu
Fri Mar 27 15:02:14 EDT 2020

Can you be more precise about what “directly from the archivesspace” means?  What page (URL) and control on the page you’re using to generate this?  I want to make sure it’s the same code path in both cases.

Also, when you say “locally,” do you just mean the script is running locally against the same ASpace instance, or is it a different ASpace instance from the one where you’re getting correct results?
Dave Mayo (he/him)
Senior Digital Library Software Engineer
Harvard University > HUIT > LTS

From: <archivesspace_users_group-bounces at lyralists.lyrasis.org> on behalf of "Kennedy, Nancy" <KennedyN at si.edu>
Reply-To: Archivesspace Users Group <archivesspace_users_group at lyralists.lyrasis.org>
Date: Friday, March 27, 2020 at 1:41 PM
To: "Archivesspace Users Group (archivesspace_users_group at lyralists.lyrasis.org)" <archivesspace_users_group at lyralists.lyrasis.org>
Subject: [Archivesspace_Users_Group] EAD via API - character problem

Hi all –
Today I noticed that if I export an EAD with “Yin-Hsü” directly from the archivesspace, my EAD results carry through with the correct encoding.

But, when I export locally via the API, I end up with “Yin-Hs端”.   I’m using python 3.7.4, via local windows machine.  I’ve tried both archivessnake and just using requests, but I still end up with 端.

Suggestions?  Here’s what I’m doing via asnake:

export_options = '?include_daos=true&?include_unpublished=false&?numbered_cs=false'
for i in resource_ids:
ead = client.get(repo['uri']
                             + export_options).text

Nancy Kennedy
Smithsonian Institution
kennedyn at si.edu

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