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I built up a new Journal, created about 60 entries. I can see the issue in preview mode, table of contents, etc., but I cannot get the issue to show as default.
When I redirect to the current issue, there is just the title and a blank page. I suspect there is something to do with changing the path at one point when I changed my mind about the organisation of the journal.
If I originally created a journal, but then went back and changed the path setting, what might be the tables/fields I should look at in the mysql to see if I can fix the problem?
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the paths are normally set by the site administrator. In the site administrator menu, click on "Hosted Journals" and then "edit", that will give you access to the paths. If you really need to check what's in your database: The journal paths are stored in the table "journals". But that table won't tell you much more than the site admin menus.
If you need more general information on OJS paths and how they are constructed, you can check the "request handling" section in the technical documentation:http://pkp.sfu.ca/ojs/docs/technicalreference/2.1/designOverviewRequestHandling.html
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