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OJS is perfect system for journal publish.
I find the articleId is 1,2,3,4......
Now I hope articleId can be a big number with journal initials-year-month-number.
Just like [journal initials]-11-08-001, then we can know something from the articleId.
But after I read the "OJSTechnicalReference.pdf", and I read some php code, I find getArticleId(), getData() and some other function is used to
do this, but I am puzzled.
So can you help me to do this?
Thank you very much!
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My apologies for the extreme delay in responding -- your post was trapped in a moderation queue we don't generally use.
It's possible to use custom identifiers in the reader's interface -- but not currently in the workflow. See Journal Setup, page 4, for the settings to enable this.
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