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Is it possible to add files into published issues?

Postby biotaxa » Sun Nov 04, 2012 3:54 am

Hi everyone,

Just a question as title noted: Is it possible to add files into published issues? for example, i want to add a new pdfa file, a pdf file, and a rtf file to a issue that already published.

If so, how?

Thanks for you time.
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Re: Is it possible to add files into published issues?

Postby springday » Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:16 am

Hi Biotaxa,

have you checked the Quick Submit plugin? It's available in the journal manager's menu under "Import/Export" data. If you have large amount of data, you could also check the "Articles & Issues XML plugin", but that would require you to somehow generate XML files with your data first.

Best regards,
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Re: Is it possible to add files into published issues?

Postby andrisxamolins » Wed Nov 28, 2012 2:35 pm

Hello,
I tried to submit articles with the Quick Submit plugin. Unfortunately it crashes when the article has metadata in two languages. Our journal accepts articles in Russian and English. When the pdf file is uploaded within the Russian metadata form at the command "Save and continue" a blank screen appears and the article is not saved.

We use OJS 2.3.7.0. The stacktrace output of the crash. What could be the problem? Any help? Thanks in advance.
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