I am using JatsParser and JATS xml as galley for HTML view.
When I use both DOI and PMID, both are visible in the reference output, but
when I use only PMID, it is not visible.
In the following picture, there are both IDs in ref1 and both are visible, only PMID in ref2 and is not visible, only doi in ref3 and is visible, again only PMID in ref4 and not visible.
My xml code is as below (one block each for ref1 up to ref4):
Am I doing something wrong in xml code?
Try putting the entire PubMed link (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21811022) instead of the id in the word file and see whether it works or not.
Like I have
<pub-id pub-id-type="pmid">https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21811022</pub-id> in my XML.
It works for me even without applying the patch as well and I am not sure why, lol. https://jmri.org.in/jmri/article/view/e000095#bib8
This fix alone did not work for me. I do get PMID if there is DOI just before that. But I do not get PMID if it is alone.
Will try with @varshilmehta’s full link advice and report the result.
Can you open an issue on a plugin’s GitHub page?
Now I do get PMID even if it is alone. (after the typo fix)
@varshilmehta, you can apply fix then use only PMID instead of full link.
I had modified this file long back. Dont even have the entire sentence in my file. Hence it was working for me i guess without any fix.
All the RSS/Atoms feeds are now disturbed. https://jmri.org.in/jmri/gateway/plugin/WebFeedGatewayPlugin/atom
Is there any way we can work around with it?
JATS Parser plugin certainly should not have any interactions with other OJS plugins.
Its browse plugin and not jatsparser
Theoretically, they can interact. They are using the same hook:
You can play around with hook priorities. Take a look at this thread: Making a plugin for OJS3 - #26 by asmecher
It’s quite easy. Let me know the results.
But, practically, I don’t see any problems there. Is it not rendered, how it should?