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Default CrossRef XML file target path on server

Postby klbr » Wed Jun 20, 2012 5:35 am

Hi Alec

is it possible to fix a default CrossRef export XML file target path on server without file dialog ?
we use for cronjobing the submission to crossref.

thx Klaus
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Re: Default CrossRef XML file target path on server

Postby asmecher » Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:01 am

Hi Klaus,

Try using the import/export tool from the command line. Run:
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php tools/importexport.php
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Re: Default CrossRef XML file target path on server

Postby klbr » Wed Aug 08, 2012 1:44 am

Hi Alec

here our changes in CrossRefExportPlugin.inc.php.

1.
// dump out the results
//if (!empty($outputFile)) {
// if (($h = fopen($outputFile, 'w'))===false) return false;
// fwrite($h, XMLCustomWriter::getXML($doc));
// fclose($h);
//} else {
// header("Content-Type: application/xml");
// header("Cache-Control: private");
// header("Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=\"article.xml\"");
// XMLCustomWriter::printXML($doc);
//}
//return true;


// 20120808
// Bypass file selector dialog for export

$crpath = "D:/httpdocs/ojs/files/export/crossref/";
$crfile = "SMI-" . $article->getId() . ".xml";

if (($h = fopen($crpath . $crfile, 'w'))===false) return false;
fwrite($h, XMLCustomWriter::getXML($doc));
fclose($h);


exec("java -jar ".$crpath."doUpload.jar -h test.crossref.org -u myuser -p mypassword -f ".$crpath.$crfile, $output);

$message = "Crossref File Transfer erfolgreich: ".$crpath.$crfile . "\\n".$output[11];
echo "<script type=\"text/javascript\">\n";
echo " alert(\"$message\");\n";
echo "</script>\n\n";


return true;

2.
case 'exportArticle':
$articleIds = array(array_shift($args));
$result = ArticleSearch::formatResults($articleIds);
$this->exportArticles($journal, $result);

//20120808
// Display Index.tpl after Crossref Export
$this->setBreadcrumbs();
$templateMgr->assign_by_ref('journal', $journal);
$templateMgr->display($this->getTemplatePath() . 'index.tpl');

regards
Klaus
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