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Html file in galley

Postby billakosbs » Sun Mar 10, 2013 7:48 am

Hello to all,

Iam using import/export xml plugin to upload some articles in ojs journal. Inside the xml i have the pdf file as you see below.
<galley locale="en_US">
<label>PDF</label>
<file><href src="http://localhost/journal/files/journals/1/issues/Volume2/january/Issue(January).pdf" target="_blank" /></file>
</galley>
I need to add one more galley or something else in order to link an html file in each article. This html file is the output of the flipping book publisher of each article pdf. I want to use it as it is directly on the journal.
So iam trying to add something like that.
<galley locale="en_US">
<label>HTML</label>
<file>
<href mime_type="text/html" src="http://localhost/journal/files/Publications/Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2009/index.html" target="_blank" />
</file>
</galley>
This in not correct because this link "http://localhost/journal/files/Publications/Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2009/index.html' transformed to this "http://localhost/journal/index.php/hppj/article/view/188/266" and i cannot see the digital publication. I want to keep the link as is.

How could i do it?

My second question has to do it with the Unassigned articles and how could i delete them all together?

Thanks in advance
billakosbs
 
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