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I'm creating an XML generator and I've included the rst.php file for acessing the metadata. I see that rst.php includes other files that actually do the query and such, so is that the only file i need to include? I'll be looping through the query results of each record pulled from the OJS database.
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If you're writing a script to extract data from the OJS database, and you want to use the database connection object used in OJS, the only file you would need to include is include/common.php. Of course you can also use a different database connection library (or the mysql_* routines directly) and not rely on any of the OJS code.
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