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I am new to OJS I couldn't figure out how to start debugging OJS. Is there a special tool that I need to start debugging OJS and to better understand how OJS work .
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No, there are no special tools required. Make sure you know where PHP errors are getting logged, and take a look at the OJS Technical Reference. If you have specific problems, post them here.
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