[EP-tech] Re: EPrints Import Question
Ian.Stuart at ed.ac.uk
Thu Jul 23 09:35:42 BST 2015
On 23/07/15 09:19, Adam Field wrote:
> I generally script this kind of thing using the EPrints API, but id does
> have to be run on the command line of the server. I've done this quite
> a few times -- here's an example of one I did a couple of years ago:
> ...lines 58 to 84 is the process of creating an eprint and attaching a
> file to it.
(Line 516 is the subroutine for adding multiple files to an eprint)
> If you code, or have access to someone who codes, it's straightforwards.
> I'd be very happy to trade advice, code fragments and information for
> documentation on the EPrints wiki for the next person with this problem.
> Adam Field
> Business Relationship Manager and Community Lead
> EPrints Services
> I am currently not working in the UK. Due to timezone differences (GMT
> -9) email responses may take longer.
> On 22 Jul 2015, at 22:52, Greg Whitney <greg.whitney at polymtl.ca
> <mailto:greg.whitney at polymtl.ca>> wrote:
>> At Polytechnique Montreal Library, we are investigating the
>> possibility of doing some retrospective scanning of our printed theses
>> collection. I know that it is possible to load “bibliographic”
>> records into EPrints, but is it also possible to batch import the PDF
>> files themselves ??
>> Greg Whitney
>> Section Head, Technical & Computer Services
>> Polytechnique Montréal Library
>> 2500, chemin de Polytechnique
>> Montréal, QC
>> Canada H3T-1J4
>> 514-340-5121 x4641
>> 514-340-4026 (Fax)
>> greg.whitney at polymtl.ca <mailto:greg.whitney at polymtl.ca>
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