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DOI MULTIPLE OJS

Postby cicilia » Sun Mar 30, 2014 4:22 am

DEAR sir,
how to configure ojs? for two urls, with primary and secondary doi. so, one url my institution and outher for scielo. Please, some magazine already has did it?
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Re: DOI MULTIPLE OJS

Postby asmecher » Tue Apr 01, 2014 8:26 am

Hi Cicilia,

Just to clarify -- do you mean multiple DOIs, or multiple URLs for one DOI ("multiple resolution")?

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Re: DOI MULTIPLE OJS

Postby cicilia » Wed Apr 02, 2014 5:42 am

Dear Alec Smecher,
yes Multiple Resolution for Doi. I think show two url. but, how do you do it in SEER, for seeding metadada for cross ref?
thank´s attention!
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Re: DOI MULTIPLE OJS

Postby asmecher » Wed Apr 02, 2014 9:43 am

Hi Cicilia,

The OJS CrossRef code doesn't have explicit support for multiple resolution; I asked one of our contacts at DOI for more information and here is his reply:
A CrossRef member can go about multiple resolution in two ways.

1) They can deposit all resolution URLs themselves. They deposit multiple DOIs either on first deposit with everything else, or as an update to an existing DOI using a 'DOI resource deposit'.

2) They can 'unlock' their DOI so that other members can deposit additional resolution URLs for it. In this case, CrossRef can be asked to authorize only certain other members to deposit additional URLs.

For example, a publisher can unlock their DOIs and tell CrossRef to authorize a particular syndicating organisation to deposit additional URLs for their content. The syndicating organisation can then go ahead and deposit their own links for the publisher's DOIs.

There's some discussion of multiple resolution on the help site:
http://help.crossref.org
Search the above website for "multiple resolution".

I think you'll need to decide which of the two sites is the "primary" URL; for that site, the process doesn't change. It's the secondary URL holder that needs to file differently.

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