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Postby cloneyang » Wed Jan 19, 2011 7:22 pm

I installed OJS on my test Windows 2003 server with IIS5 and PHP5. The server works fine, but it always have error when I tried to use Articles & Issues XML Plugin to import an journal issue. OJS gives an error message below

"One or more errors occurred during import. Please check to ensure that the format of the import file correctly matches the specification. Specific details of the import errors are listed below.
A specified URL "http://www.rnzcgp.org.nz/assets/documents/Publications/JPHC/March-2010/JPHCContentsMarch10.pdf" could not be copied to a local file.
"

Here is the XML file I tried. It contains link to PDF file on website. I read post on viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6051 and followed the instruction to turn allow_url_fopen = On and allow_url_include = On on php.ini, but it does not solve the problem. Appreciate if any one can help me point out what I did wrong. Many thanks.


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE issues PUBLIC "-//PKP//OJS Articles and Issues XML//EN" "http://pkp.sfu.ca/ojs/dtds/2.3/native.dtd">
<issues>
<issue published="true" current="true" public_id="smw-00021">
<title>21/12/2010 (issue 21-01, 2010)</title>
<volume>2009</volume>
<number>2</number>
<year>2009</year>
<cover>
<caption>Titelseite PDF-Import March 21</caption>
</cover>
<date_published>2010-04-21</date_published>
<access_date>2010-04-21</access_date>
<section>
<title>JH</title>
<abbrev>SART</abbrev>
<article>
<title>Table of Contents</title>
<abstract>Diabetes mellitusc patients....ass graft surgery versus percutaneous coronary intervention) in diabetic patients with coronary artery disease depends on clinical and anatomic considerations.</abstract>
<author primary_contact="true">
<firstname>Hans</firstname>
<lastname>Hintermuster</lastname>
<affiliation>Schwabe AG Informatik</affiliation>
<country>CH</country>
<email>k.brandmeier@schwabe.ch</email>
</author>
<pages>155-200</pages>
<date_published>2010-04-21</date_published>
<galley>
<label>PDF</label>
<file>
<href mime_type="application/pdf" src="http://www.rnzcgp.org.nz/assets/documents/Publications/JPHC/March-2010/JPHCContentsMarch10.pdf"/>
</file>
</galley>
</article>
</section>
</issue>
</issues>
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