[EP-tech] Re: Items made live, not showing in browse views
monica.wood at utas.edu.au
Thu Jan 7 00:28:45 GMT 2016
I don't believe items will show in views until a generate_views or epadmin refresh_views is run.
You can do a refresh views from within the admin interface.
We run a generate_views every night in a cron.
Library Systems Officer
University of Tasmania
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From: Matthew Brady <Matthew.Brady at usq.edu.au>
Date: 07/01/2016 11:21 (GMT+10:00)
To: eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Subject: [EP-tech] Items made live, not showing in browse views
This isn't a problem that occurs often, but sometimes when an item is pushed to 'archive' and made live, it doesn't display in the various browse views for any of the authors...
You can call up the item directly, e.g. http://eprints.usq.edu.au/28127/, but it isn't in the browse view for any of the authors...
In the past, something similar occurred when an item succeeds a previous version etc., but this doesn't appear to be the case in this instance...
Anyone got any ideas ?
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