How to create XSD format for Index Copernicus?

#62

I have changed the file settings and then uploaded to IC web. It worked.

Thank you so much for your help.

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#63

hi
I have a problem with my file, I can not upload it and I have this massage in copernicus:
“Podczas importu wystąpił błąd. Sprawdź zgodność xml z dostarczonym xsd.”

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#64

Hello @pouriayazdian
Your problem deals with metadata.

Please read this post

Also you can share your xml file. I’ll check it.

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#65

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bOEWUQhrWKKWvXANl1K5NeBS5AiL11j8
thanks a lot

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#66

Dear @pouriayazdian

In all your articles number of pages (start page and end page) are empty. Please fill in.

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#67

Hi, it seems this doesn’t work. I tried several times uploading to ICI index, but I keep getting some error, it is in Polish, but I think it means the file is not adjusted to xsd. I ran the xml checking tool and it says it is valid, so I don’t know what is the problem…

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#68

Hello, @filipi, @esciencepress, @pouriayazdian

In the last days I received several messages that it is impossible to upload the xml file into the Copernicus index. Although the file has been formed correctly. Apparently this can be for two reasons:

  1. Copernicus has changed the format of the xml file. However, this is not mentioned on the site.
  2. Copernicus has problems with server operation.

My guesses are confirmed by the fact that the files that I successfully uploaded last week are not loading now.

In order to find out, I propose to write a letter in support of them. journals@indexcopernicus.com
Do not forget to attach your xml file.

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#69

Thanks for your message. I did write to them and explained the problem in detail but their response was less than helpful:
“Data in the form of XML files must be adapted to the Index Copernicus database. Detailed guidelines can be found in the “Import outlets and content” tab.”
So I guess we can’t really rely on them to solve this…

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#70

UPDATE: GOOD NEWS!
I tried again right now and I managed to import issues to the ICI! It seems they actually did something to fix the problem.

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#71

Hello to all,
I have also a problem when uploading.
It shows me a failure in Index Copernicus.
I changed all Pages from and Pages till.
I do not see other mistake when comparing journal import example and the one downloaded from OJS.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GGKRDqeoCTL1rfmO7ypYrKcG2fUdlXCF/view?usp=sharing
Please guys, can you help me to find anyone any solutions?

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#72

Hello @martinca

I have verified your xml file. It is ok. Also I successfully uploaded this file to copernicus. Please, check carefully the ISSN of your journal in Copernicus and in OJS setting. In your xml file issn setted as 1318-2951. Is the same value in Copernicus setup panel? If you steel got an error, please fill free to write me.

With regards, Oleksii.

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#73

Thank you so much Oleksii for your kind help!

Exactly this was the problem - I haven’t had on ISSNs clicked CURRENT.
Please, also for other people - check your ISSNs!

It would never crossed my mind that the problem can be in this.

BIG THANK you Oleksii!!
Martina

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#74

Hello Oleksii,
I am so sorry to use your kindness again, but can I ask - this only journal number, didn’t go through. Do you see any mistake in it?
It was the only one, that OJS plug in make their Page numbers correct (from to), I didn’t need to refix the numbers. But there need to be another mistake. (Validator says its ok).
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hZ37oANqfzDVtYoOfd7Tqkcw9-QXuSgH

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#75

Dear @martinca

On my eye it is ok. If I were you, I would do a following steps:

  1. Open xml file in notepad++ or other text editor
  2. Find <article> and correspended to it</article> tag
  3. Remove all <article>... </article> with it content, except first one
  4. Try to upload to Copernicus

This steps mean that you want export only first article from your issue.

If it is ok, leave two articles and try to upload. This steps allow you to identify where is the problem.

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#76

Hello,
yup I tried it like you suggested, but IC is still noticing mistake.

I will try to compare exported file with the file, that went through to find a mistake.

Thank you for the suggestion!

Martina

V V ned., 10. mar. 2019 ob 16:02 je oseba Oleksii Vodka via PKP Community Forum pkp@forum.pkp.sfu.ca napisala:

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#78

@a-vodka: Thanks for all the help in getting this going for the community. The doi tag is appearing inside the reference tag in the output XML file. Is that a bug:

We ran the file through ICI support and they pointed out the same. Can you please suggest how do we remove this doi tag appearing under all the references?

Many thanks again for your kind help and support.

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#79

I have recently upgraded the latest OJS version (3.1.2). However, the plugin does not work. When clicking the export, I faced with the error: HTTP ERROR 500
Could you please help me?
Thank you in advance.

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#80

Hello, @Gokmen_ARSLAN

Plugin update for 3.1.2 coming soon. I’m sorry for delay.

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#81

Hello @pcansf

This <doi> tag means doi of the reference not your article doi.

With respect to ICI official documentation (
https://journals.indexcopernicus.com/api/download/journal/import/docHtml.zip )
this tag is strongly required. If I remove this tag from xml file, the file will become invalid.

Please, provide more information about this issue, or post the response of the official support.

Thank your for your message.

With regards, Oleksii

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#82

Thanks for your reply. This is what ICI support said:
As far as I seen, there is one or more errors, I found that references section is not valid - <doi/> attribute, should be <doi></doi>

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