[EP-tech] Re: Eprints-tech Digest, Vol 43, Issue 12

C.Eskriett at brighton.ac.uk C.Eskriett at brighton.ac.uk
Tue Apr 10 12:04:18 BST 2012


Thanks Enio, I have checked our instance and as there's nothing there we obviously don't currently have a maximum

Thanks for your help

Claire

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Today's Topics:

   1.  Maximum file size for an eprints document upload?
      (C.Eskriett at brighton.ac.uk)
   2.  LDAP / CAS / EPrints::DataObj::User ? (Bernd Diekmann)
   3. Re: LDAP / CAS / EPrints::DataObj::User ? (Yuri)
   4.  IRstats in abstacts pages, and loading the "dashboard"
      (Ian Stuart)
   5. Re: Maximum file size for an eprints document upload?
      (Florian He?)
   6. Re: Maximum file size for an eprints document upload?
      (Enio Carboni)


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Message: 1
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2012 11:40:44 +0000
From: C.Eskriett at brighton.ac.uk
Subject: [EP-tech]  Maximum file size for an eprints document upload?
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Hi

I've been trying to find out (in response to a question from the people implementing our new CRIS)if eprints has a maximum file size for document upload. My googling has let me down on this. I can't see where this might be configurable within cfg.d files, but maybe it is elsewhere on the server? Can anyone enlighten me on where to look? I imagine we either have the default value or no value, but need to confirm what that defulat value might be.

Here's hoping!
Many thanks

Claire

Claire Eskriett, Systems Librarian
(Days of work are Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri) Information Services Cockcroft Building University of Brighton Lewes Road Brighton BN2 4GJ
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Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2012 15:16:10 +0200
From: Bernd Diekmann <bernd.diekmann at uni-oldenburg.de>
Subject: [EP-tech]  LDAP / CAS / EPrints::DataObj::User ?
To: eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk
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Hi,

we are building up EPrints 3.3.8, which should work with our CAS (Single Sign On). The howto's for CAS and LDAP for the definition of a function 'current_user' are very helpful, but the method of DataObj::User i.e.
    $new_user = EPrints::DataObj::User::create($self, 'user'); seems not to work as expected, this statement produces many userids (type "user") without any attribute (without any ...->commit() !) or dies without any error in the errorlog.

Has anyone experiences adapting CAS or LDAP under Eprints 3.3.n or a function 'current_user' ?


regards,
Bernd

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Message: 3
Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2012 15:44:26 +0200
From: Yuri <yurj at alfa.it>
Subject: [EP-tech] Re: LDAP / CAS / EPrints::DataObj::User ?
To: eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk
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Il 05/04/2012 15:16, Bernd Diekmann ha scritto:
> Hi,
>
> we are building up EPrints 3.3.8, which should work with our CAS
> (Single Sign On). The howto's for CAS and LDAP for the definition
> of a function 'current_user' are very helpful, but the method of
> DataObj::User i.e.
>      $new_user = EPrints::DataObj::User::create($self, 'user');
> seems not to work as expected, this statement produces many userids
> (type "user") without any attribute (without any ...->commit() !)
> or dies without any error in the errorlog.
>
> Has anyone experiences adapting CAS or LDAP under Eprints 3.3.n or a
> function 'current_user' ?

I think a good approach could be to use this:

http://files.eprints.org/738/

so you avoid to do modification to Eprints and use the apache auth 
module to handle auth&attributes. Also means that switching/upgrading 
can be easier.


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Message: 4
Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2012 15:57:56 +0100
From: Ian Stuart <Ian.Stuart at ed.ac.uk>
Subject: [EP-tech]  IRstats in abstacts pages, and loading the
	"dashboard"
To: eprints <eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk>
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[EPrints 3.2.0, Solaris, non-root install]

I'm trying to get IRstats to appear where I want it, and I've got three 
problems:

Problem 1)
I can make a graph appear on the front page... but I can't make two 
DIFFERENT graphs appear on the front page (in index.xpage for 
http://devel.edina.ac.uk:1201/):

<p style="font-size:150%; padding:0; margin: 0">Download figures for all 
papers.</p>
<div class="clearfix">
<div style="float:left">
<!--#include 
virtual="/cgi/irstats.cgi?page=get_view2&IRS_epchoice=All&IRS_datechoice=period&period=-12m&view=MonthlyDownloadsGraph" 
-->
</div>
<div style="float:right">
<!--#include 
virtual="/cgi/irstats.cgi?page=get_view2&IRS_epchoice=All&IRS_datechoice=period&period=-12m&view=DailyDownloadsGraph" 
-->
</div>
</div>


Problem 2)
I can't make anything appear on the abstract pages for items.
I have modified archives/{REPO_ID}/cfg/cfg.d/eprint_render.pl as per the 
install file:

   if( !$preview )
   {
     # IRSTATS CODE STARTS HERE
     if ($session->get_repository->can_call('irstats_abstract_content
'))
     {
          $page->appendChild(
            $session->get_repository->call(
                'irstats_abstract_content', $session, $eprint
            )
          );
     }
     # END IRSTATS
     $links->appendChild(
             $session->plugin( "Export::Simple" 
)->dataobj_to_html_header( $eprint ) );
     $links->appendChild( $session->plugin( "Export::DC" 
)->dataobj_to_html_header( $eprint ) );
   }

and un-commented

 
$c->{plugins}->{"Screen::EPrint::IRStatsItemSummary"}->{appears}->{summary_bottom} 
= 1000;

in archives/{REPO_ID}/cfg/cfg.d/irstats.pl

.... but nothing is appearing

Problem 3)
I have the "IRStats" menu item, however all it does is call 
http://devel.edina.ac.uk:1201/cgi/users/home?screen=Statistics - and not 
cgi/irstats.cgi
(I know the EPrints::Plugin::Screen::Statistics is running, because I am 
logging what $link is set to ('/cgi/irstats.cgi')

Any clues?

-- 

Ian Stuart.
Developer: Open Access Repository Junction and OpenDepot.org
Bibliographics and Multimedia Service Delivery team,
EDINA,
The University of Edinburgh.

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Message: 5
Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2012 15:09:38 +0200
From: Florian He? <hess at ub.uni-heidelberg.de>
Subject: [EP-tech] Re: Maximum file size for an eprints document
	upload?
To: eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk
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Am 05.04.2012 13:40, schrieb C.Eskriett at brighton.ac.uk:
> Hi
>
> I?ve been trying to find out (in response to a question from the people
> implementing our new CRIS)if eprints has a maximum file size for
> document upload. My googling has let me down on this. I can?t see where
> this might be configurable within cfg.d files, but maybe it is elsewhere
> on the server? Can anyone enlighten me on where to look? I imagine we
> either have the default value or no value, but need to confirm what that
> defulat value might be.
>

Hi Claire,

you can do that by Apache webserver configuration:

<Directory "/opt/eprints">
     LimitRequestBody 104857600 # 100 mega-byte
     ErrorDocument 413 /error413.html
</Directory>

I guess this is the only level at which you can deal with too much 
upload size.

Regards,
Florian

> Here?s hoping!
>
> Many thanks
>
> Claire
>
> *Claire Eskriett, Systems Librarian*
>
> *(Days of work are Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri)*
>
> Information Services
>
> Cockcroft Building
>
> University of Brighton
>
> Lewes Road
>
> Brighton BN2 4GJ
>
> T: 01273 642766
>
> E: C.Eskriett at brighton.ac.uk
>
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Message: 6
Date: Fri, 06 Apr 2012 12:37:53 +0200
From: Enio Carboni <enio.carboni at gmail.com>
Subject: [EP-tech] Re: Maximum file size for an eprints document
	upload?
To: eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk
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Hi Claire,

 I add this code to EPrints:Plugin::Screen::EPrint::UploadMethod in
method "action_add_format" after row

    /my $filepath = $session->query->tmpFileName( $fh );/

 This is my code:

    /        my $size=-s $filepath;/
    /        if( $session->can_call('upload_file')) {/
    /           my
    @problems=$session->call('upload_file',$session,$size,$filepath,$filename);/
    /           if (@problems) {/
    /             $processor->{notes}->{upload} = {};/
    /             foreach (@problems) {/
    /               $processor->add_message( "error",$_);/
    /             }/
    /             $processor->{notes}->{upload} = {};/
    /             $processor->{notes}->{epdata} = {};/
    /             return 0/
    /           }/
    /        }/

Then in cfg/cfg.d you can add a configuration file like "upload.pl" with
this content:

    $c->{'upload'}={
      upload_limit=>100*1024*1024,
    };
    $c->{'upload_file'}=sub {
      my ($session,$size,$filepath,$filename)=@_;
      my @problems=();
      my $upload_limit=$session->get_repository->get_conf('upload');
      $upload_limit=$upload_limit->{'upload_limit'};
      if ( $upload_limit &&  $size > $upload_limit ) {
         push @problems,$session->html_phrase(
    "Plugin/InputForm/Component/Upload:upload_failed",cause=>$session->make_text("file
    size $size bytes > $upload_limit bytes") )
      }


You can change your limit by upload_limit in upload.pl (in the example
the limit is 100MB)
So in upload.pl we can insert code for antivirus check also.

Regards,
  Enio


Il 05/04/2012 13:40, C.Eskriett at brighton.ac.uk ha scritto:
>
> Hi
>
>  
>
> I've been trying to find out (in response to a question from the
> people implementing our new CRIS)if eprints has a maximum file size
> for document upload. My googling has let me down on this. I can't see
> where this might be configurable within cfg.d files, but maybe it is
> elsewhere on the server? Can anyone enlighten me on where to look? I
> imagine we either have the default value or no value, but need to
> confirm what that defulat value might be.
>
>  
>
> Here's hoping!
>
> Many thanks
>
>  
>
> Claire
>
>  
>
> *Claire Eskriett, Systems Librarian*
>
> *(Days of work are Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri)*
>
> Information Services
>
> Cockcroft Building
>
> University of Brighton
>
> Lewes Road
>
> Brighton BN2 4GJ
>
> T: 01273 642766
>
> E: C.Eskriett at brighton.ac.uk
>
>  
>
>  
>
>
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