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I'm Praveen.J ,doing a project "customisation of dspace"as a part of the course Master of Computer Application (MCA) at indian institute of information technology and management-kerala(iiitm-k),india.
we had sucessfully installed dspace and now we are trying to install pkp harvester.
we encountered a problem while adding OAI complaint repositories to the list
the error is -- "The URL you entered does not appear to be a valid OAI 1.1 or 2.0 archive"
we are using the supporting tools as:
kindly give the reason why this error occurs
awiting for ut reply
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I'm Agung from STIKOM Library. I already install this application, and it's running well. But I also have problem when input at "OAI Base URL*". Can someone explain about this link? Is the any another installation to make OAI link? I really need advice because I'm still newbie.
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The OAI base URL is the URL to the data source's script that responds to OAI-PMH requests. (A typical request that can be used to test OAI URLs is: http://oai-url-here/path/to/oai-script?verb=Identify, where http://oai-url-here/path/to/oai-script is the OAI base URL.)
For an OJS installation, this might be something like http://url-to-journal/index.php/index/oai.
The specific OAI URL to use should be included somewhere in your OAI data source's documentation.
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