For any available translations of the documentation, please see the Language pages of our web site.
Official Guides and Documentation
These documents have been prepared by the PKP team and are generally updated for every major OCS release.
The README file, included with the software download, provides information on system requirements and installation instructions.
- OCS in an Hour
This PDF booklet is an introductory guide to the various features and roles in OCS, including many illustrative screenshots.
- OCS Quick Guide
This brief guide illustrates the steps required to setup OCS for a one-time event, with a director-based review process.
- OxS Quick Reference
This reference document covers common system tasks for both OCS and OJS. It includes instructions on: installing and configuring the software on a server; publishing content; and practicing necessary server administration tasks (making backups, upgrading, troubleshooting, etc.). It also includes additional material useful for developers who are looking to make additions and modifications to the code.
The following are a sampling of the documents have been have been written by and for the PKP community on our wiki. We welcome any and all contributions to the wiki: how-to’s, development guides, usage reports, and so on.
- Using PayPal for OJS and OCS Payments
This document outlines the steps to create a PayPal account and configure OJS and OCS to collect secure online payments.
- Embedding Multimedia into OJS/OCS
Using Web 2.0 tools like Blip, Slideshare, and Houndbite, you can embed videos, slide shows, or audio directly into an OJS or OCS page.
- Translating OJS and OCS
This document will give you a solid understanding on how languages work with OJS and OCS, and the knowledge to undertake and maintain your own translations or translations of others.
- LDAP and Shibboleth Setup Guide for OJS and OCS
This guide illustrates how to set up LDAP or Shibboleth authentication with OJS or OCS. Please note that it is not a guide on installing and configuring either service on its own, and only deals with integrating our software with each service.