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Submission Problem

Postby kstranac » Wed Sep 21, 2005 3:36 pm

Hi Weahason,

I think the problem is that you need to create a section before you can make a submission. See page 56 of OJS in an Hour:


Note: This is not an issue for OJS 2.0.2



Dear sir,
After user ( Author ) submission journal.
Admin ......ohm... How to do ??
I tried follow below
1. go to Editor
2. go to Unassigned (2)
3. click at detail in "Title"
4. save Original file to local PC
5. go to "Archive Submission "
6. go to "Restore to Active List "
7. and buttom "Save" not active

How to do ??
I thing version 1.1.9 easier than 2.0.1 ^o^
but i want to use this version .
help me please....

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Problem with submission of articles

Postby Guest » Tue Nov 01, 2005 2:37 pm

I am the journal manager. When I try to submit an article, no reaction clicking on "author". Tried creating a dummy user, but the same happens. I have definitely created sections, so that is not the problem. What do I still need to do to activate submissions?

Postby asmecher » Tue Nov 01, 2005 5:31 pm


Please check your server logs to ensure that you are not running out of memory. The default 8M memory restriction in php.ini is not enough; you should use 12M or 16M.

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