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I'm working on an instance of OJS 2.3.7, and Citation Markup Assistant doesn't work on my site.
I discovered this is caused by the configuration of "disable_path_info" in config.inc.php file:
My configuration is "disable_path_info = On", everytime after I submit some references to an article, I see our citations in the "citations" table in the database, all newly records with a citation_state of "1". But if I set "disable_path_info = Off", all newly entered citations with a citation_state of "4".
Whether Citation Markup Assistant can only work in PATH_INFO environment? Can I modify some code to make it work while PATH_INFO is disabled?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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