[EP-tech] Re: how does one export the pdfs?

David Kane DKANE at wit.ie
Wed May 22 09:48:13 BST 2013


One of the export options is EPrints XML, which comes in two forms with and without the files embedded.  The files are base-64 encoded.

David.
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Subject: [EP-tech] how does one export the pdfs?

Hi,

just wondering if anyone knows how to export records with the pdfs attached?

Thanks,
antje



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