Plug in to generate list of article articles submitted with authors metadata

Hi.

Someone knows a plugin that allows to obtain a list of the submissions, including metadata of the authors, and the link to the article.

Thank you.

Jose

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This sounds very similar to this thread:

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Thanks, but…

Do I have to do something for OAI interface work?, because if I use the URL indicated in the post, the website does not show content.

In my case it would be: www. congresodepedagogia.com/ojs-sep/index.php/index/oai

Thanks

José

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Hi @josegovia,

It looks like you have path_info_disabled turned on in your config.inc.php configuration file. You may have turned that on to work around a misconfiguration of your web server. Unfortunately that’ll possibly have negative impacts on your journal, but it may not be possible to have your host fix the problem.

In any case, it changes how URLs are generated. In your case, it would be http://www.congresodepedagogia.com/ojs-sep/index.php?page=oai.

Regards,
Alec Smecher
Public Knowledge Project Team

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Hi asmecher,

I have chanege the disable_path_info to off, but he whole OJS Site stops working.

On the other hand, I used the link you indicate me and effectively, it loads a webpage with “OAI 2.0 Request Results”, but an error is displayed:

OAI Error(s) The request could not be completed due to the following error or errors. Error Code badVerb Illegal OAI verb

And if I click the links, eg ListRecords the home of my magazine is displayed.

All your suggestions are very welcome.

Thank you.

José

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Hi @josegovia,

The “illegal OAI verb” message is expected behavior. You can use the links on the page (e.g. ListRecords) to supply a verb.

To get disable_path_info mode turned off, you’ll need to fix your web server’s PATH_INFO variable setup. This is outside of OJS’s reach.

Regards,
Alec Smecher
Public Knowledge Project Team

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Nothing happens when you add a verb.

A link would be this: http://www.congresodepedagogia.com/ojs-sep/index.php?verb=ListRecords&metadataPrefix=oai_dc

And what happens is that it shows the home page of the magazine.

Regards,

José

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Hi @josegovia,

See e.g. http://www.congresodepedagogia.com/ojs-sep/index.php?verb=ListRecords&metadataPrefix=oai_dc&page=oai. The point-and-click view of the OAI interface, which is provided by a 3rd-party XSL, probably isn’t completely compatible with the disable_path_info mode.

Regards,
Alec Smecher
Public Knowledge Project Team

BTW @josegovia, I’m curious: why do you decide to use OJS for a Congress?
Did you know about OCS? https://pkp.sfu.ca/ocs/

It’s a little outdated but stable enough for production sites.
En essence is OJS’ engine adapted to the congress context…

Cheers,
m.

Hi Marc.

We use OJS, because at first we had not raised in the project the need to manage the whole process of revision of article. But later, when we developed the whole app of Congress, came the new requirement.

In any case, with OCS we would have similar problems in achieving custom reports or add new fields to forms.

Regards