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I have problems using tool, which imports from OJS1. It alwail fails, throwing some MySQL "Duplicate key" error.
Is it possible to switch off full-text indexing when importing from OJS1? I can't find this option.
I'd like to enable SQL debug, but it is too verbose when doing full-text indexing (it crashes my web browser :)
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That shouldn't happen, so that may indicate a bug.
Full-text indexing can be disabled through the settings in config.inc.php. Indexing of other data during import (including abstracts, authors, etc.) could be disabled by commenting the "$this->rebuildSearchIndex();" line in classes/site/ImportOJS1.inc.php. In either case the data that is not indexed will not be searchable until tools/rebuildSearchIndex.php is executed.
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