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I’m using the native import/export plugin, how I say in each one of my mails
Knows somebody where can I find documentation about those tags?
Or, can somebody told my how and why use <access_date>? Is it to define a date from where the articles change from restricted to open access?
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That's correct -- the <open_access/> tag flags an issue or an article as being open access; for issues, you can also use <access_date>2006-04-05</access_date> to indicate that an issue becomes open-access on the specified date.
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