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I want to link supplementary files to the article. I read in some threads that I can use ojs:// to refer to the supplementary files.
How can I do that? What is the syntax? I guess we need article ID and file ID, how do I get those values?
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The syntax for using ojs:// urls depends on what you want to link to. You can look at the function which parses the URL in classes/article/ArticleHTMLGalley.inc.php called '_handleOjsUrl'. For supplementary files, you'd use a link like: suppfile/articleId/suppId. You can get the articleId and suppId by looking at the URLs when you are viewing an article or a supplementary file.
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