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Back Issues

Postby lawrence » Mon Dec 19, 2005 11:07 am

Hi there,
I want to add "back issues" to a testing journal, whenever I pick "back issue" during creating a new issue, it turns out I get "future issue".


Is there anything that I may have overlooked?


Thanks
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Postby asmecher » Mon Dec 19, 2005 11:18 am

Hi Lawrence,

When you're creating issues, they'll always show up in "Future Issues" until they're published. If you'd like to import back issues, the Articles & Issues XML import is the recommended method. The process you're using is fine too, but once you're finished, you may have to do a few things manually in the database:
  • For each issue in the issues table, set the date_published field to the date the back-issue was published. (Otherwise the date published is set to the date when you pressed the "Publish Issue" button.)
  • Find the issue_id of your most current issue and execute the following:
    Code: Select all
    UPDATE issues SET current = 0;
    UPDATE issues SET current=1 WHERE issue_id = (use your current issue_id here);

Regards,
Alec Smecher
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Back Issue - Thank You

Postby lawrence » Mon Dec 19, 2005 11:51 am

Hi Alec,

Thank you for your supra fast reply.

We have decided to add the back issue 'by hand' instead of converting the existing journal XML your OJS XML.


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