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adding articles to back issues

Postby achaz » Wed Oct 19, 2005 7:03 am

Hi,
I am trying to set up the online version of a Journal using OJ 2.0.
I have the already published articles (starting from 1993) as pdf files and I would like to add them to the back issues I created in OJ along with Title, authors and abstracts. I read through the OJ in an hour documentation but could not find out how to do it...

Thanks for help,

best regards,
Achaz
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Postby asmecher » Wed Oct 19, 2005 10:54 am

Hello Achaz,

The best way to do this currently is using the Journal Manager's import/export feature. The "Articles & Issues Plugin" allows you to import files using an XML descriptor.

If you're familiar with XML, look at "plugins/importexport/native/native.dtd". If you've already created the issues, you'll need to create a single XML document for each issue.

Regards,
Alec Smecher
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Postby Achaz » Thu Oct 20, 2005 6:31 am

Hi, unfortunatelly I am not familiar with xml,
and I can not find out how to access:

plugins/importexport/native/native.dtd

Can anybody send me an example of how a tipical XML file should look like, including title, authors, abstract and pdf file?

thanks a lot for help to a newbie! :)

Achaz
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Postby asmecher » Fri Oct 21, 2005 3:05 pm

Hello Achaz,

If you let us know what your email address is by sending a message to pkp-support@sfu.ca, I can send you a sample XML document. If you're not familiar with XML, however, it may seem cryptic. I suggest finding a good XML editor; XMLSpy (available from http://www.altova.com) is a popular editor for Windows.

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