PKP Bugzilla – Bug 6732
Citation assistant: Prerequisites should be clearer
Last modified: 2012-09-21 14:44:52 PDT
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After significant effort, I finally have OJS' citation assistant giving me errors, albeit ambiguous ones (per Bug #6714).
The prerequisite of Biblio::Citation::Parser is mentioned, but Biblio::Document::Parser is not.
In truth, I don't think it's B::D::P that is required, but rather the many requisites that it taps. Since it still doesn't work, I assume I'm still missing some perl modules even now.
Incidentally, here's how to install the other two. Do this as root:
perl -MCPAN -e 'install Biblio::Citation::Parser'
perl -MCPAN -e 'install Biblio::Document::Parser'
tarek : )
I am now at the point where I have some more errors coming back, which is great in a sense.
I do believe I am missing some PHP prerequisites at this point, though php5-xsl and all the other prerequisites I imagine are there.
Here is the current error message with ONLY RegEx enabled for parsing. No errors appear in the php log.
The citation contains unsaved data. Please click the "Save" button to keep the changes or the "Cancel" button to undo the changes.
Several citation services did not return any results. You can try to manually edit citation fields and then query citation services again to improve results. If this doesn't help then the citation does not exist in any of the connected databases.
An error occurred in RegEx: One of the data elements returned from the data source (e.g. a web service) did not conform to the internal meta-data format. Therefore the data source's results were rejected. Please file this as a bug.
Unsupported or missing publication type. Please manually edit the citation and enter a publication type (allowed types are 'book', 'journal', 'thesis' and 'conf-proc').