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A technology overview of a complex migration from Eprints 2 to Eprints 3

Tajoli, Z. (2008) A technology overview of a complex migration from Eprints 2 to Eprints 3. In: Third International Conference on Open Repositories 2008, 1-4 April 2008, Southampton, United Kingdom.

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Abstract

E-LIS is an open access archive for scientific or technical documents, published or unpublished, on Librarianship, Information Science and Technology, and related areas. E-LIS relies on the voluntary work of individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and is non-commercial. It is not a funded project of an organization. It is community-owned and community-driven. We serve LIS researchers by facilitating their self-archiving, ensuring the long-term preservation of their documents and by providing world-wide easy access to their papers. It has been recently ranked third in the Directory of World Repositories: http://www.webometrics.info/top200_rep.asp In this poster we list and briefly explain the challenges of a complex migration from Eprints 2 to Eprints 3. The Eprints 2 installation of E-LIS is quite complex and personalized. With this migration we want to transfer all specific features into the new version. -Purge inbox buffer -Changes on metadata -UTF-8 -Browsing of fields with long values and non-Latin-1 chars -Specific modifications for editors -Alerts improved -Statistics -Scripts developed for particular tasks -Setup of static pages -Paracite

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)
Creators:Zeno Tajoli
Subjects:Main Conference > Tuesday 1st April > Posters
ID Code:76
Deposited By: Leslie Carr
Deposited On:27 Mar 2008 19:48
Last Modified:26 Oct 2011 16:08

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