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I'm setting up ojs 2.01 and trying to run through the submission process to test the system. I have a user registered as an author, a section editor assigned to the section. The author submits a manuscript through the five steps and receives acknowledgement that the article is awaiting assignment. E-mail of thanks goes out to the author.
When I log author out and log back in as section manager, there are no submissions awaiting assignment. Submissions just disappear without a trace. OJS is writing to the my journal_files directory, so I know it's not a permissions problem (is it?).
I'm stumped and don't know how to troubleshoot in the absence of error messages. Any help much appreciated.
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I've been trying to read the documentation before posting questions, but I'm finding solutions after asking. My apologies. I added an journal editor who can now see the submissions.
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