[EP-tech] Re: Cleaning database up
dwhitehead at lincoln.ac.uk
Wed Feb 6 15:17:05 GMT 2013
thanks for your help Seb you'v given me some great information about the API's. I just had one last question I wanted to ask you about the EPrint API's, once the database has been somewhat cleaned via the script, I am looking to change userid's into a different value for the university which makes more sense then the auto increment method, I have already written the ldap script and database file changes to do this but I need to modify the existing users already in the database to the same structure. Is there any Eprint API which would allow me to update a users userid and then trickle it down into their EPrints, saved searches, indexs etc?
From: eprints-tech-bounces at ecs.soton.ac.uk on behalf of Sebastien Francois
Sent: Wed 06/02/2013 15:01
To: eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Subject: [EP-tech] Re: Cleaning database up
On 06/02/13 14:46, David Whitehead wrote:
> Hi Seb,
> The script I was thinking of doing would check whether a user has EPrints and if so would not remove them, along with certain criteria such as if they joined in 2013 don't remove them etc. thanks for the script you mentioned I really appreciated it :), by using the EPrint API would it go and purge the database correctly based on a deletion?
# does user have eprints? add the following to the previous script:
return if( $user->get_eprints->count > 0 );
Not sure what field you're using for the join date so I let you do this.
And yes, using the API would remove associated saved searches and clean
up all the relevant tables (indexes etc).
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