OMP DOI plugin - How to export crossref XML?


I’m using OMP
I can’t find where export crossref XML.
I’m OJS this option is available in tools / importexport / CrossRef XML Export Plugin

Tarcisio Pereira.

Hi @Tarcisio_Pereira,

As far as I know there is no CrossRef plugin for the OMP. You have to produce the XML manually.

Regards, Primož

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Thank you.

Tarcisio Pereira.

As far as I know, CrossRef XML Export Plugin is not available in OMP 3.2.
Is there an option to export XML of any kind to upload it to CrossRef page or we still have to write all metadata of the book to CrossRef DOI webDeposit form?
Kind regards.
M. Rudolf

The export plugins available, i.e. the native xml export and the ONIX export (if I’m not mistaken), do not seem to be very helpful in this regard. The structure that comes out looks quite different to the Crossref xml. So, no I don’t think there are any options to either using the web deposit form or writing the xml manually.

I would be interested to know if anyone knows of a quick way to write up the xml-files. When submitting chapters it can take a while. I’ve used Visual Studio to do this and it’s slightly faster for me than using the web deposit form, but still kind of slow.

All the best

I am working on a simple OMP Crossref export plugin. Should be ready in April and will of course release it in Github. We are building a monograph version of, so I need it there.


@ajnyga is there any news for plugin

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Any news on this automatic DOI generation plugin for OMP?

I forked the Datacite plugin from Dulip and made a version for Crossref. It does not include automatic registration but has worked for us so far. Can not promise much support for that. I am waiting for the new DOI stuff PKP is preparing and will build a better one once they are ready.

Other plugins you might be interested in GitHub - ajnyga/quickSubmit at omp (just for OMP 3.2 at the moment)

And GitHub - ajnyga/autoApprovePublicationFormats if you are tired of clicking those publication format boxes green.