[EP-tech] making a document upload not appear in summary page
J.Salter at leeds.ac.uk
Wed Mar 30 17:18:36 BST 2016
Be wary! Here be wolves (with all these approaches)!
EPrints does a very good job of getting your stuff out there.
Check how your documents appear (or hopefully don’t appear) in:
- the <head> of the eprint abstract page
- OAI-PMH (in different MD formats)
- export plugins
- search output
My solution, where I wanted NO information about the document to be publicly visible (not even the fact that it existed) was:
- add a new ‘security’ option – ‘hidden’
- find any calls to ‘get_all_documents’ anywhere in your repo code or the main perl_lib
- - work out what you want to do with them
- - if it’s an internal ‘edit’ type scope, you probably want to include them
- - if it’s an external scope (e.g. export), you probably don’t
If you’re not too bothered about people being able to discover the metadata for a document, adding a new ‘security’ type, and then changing ~/archives/ARCHIVEID/cfg/cfg.d/security.pl to handle it might be another way to go.
From: eprints-tech-bounces at ecs.soton.ac.uk [mailto:eprints-tech-bounces at ecs.soton.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Adam Field
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Subject: Re: [EP-tech] making a document upload not appear in summary page
I've implemented this in the past by doing the following:
* Create a new content type "evidence_documentation" or whatever
* Put code in document_fields_automatic to set all documents of type evidence_documentation to restricted to repository staff
* Change the render function to exclude evidence documents when rendering an abstract page (if necessary). You should still be able to see all documents on the item control screen.
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Subject: [EP-tech] making a document upload not appear in summary page
Can you store a file in EPrints but make it not appear in the summary page?
We are looking at storing evidence of article acceptance with the record (e.g. an email saved as a text file), but don't want these to be publicly viewable.
I've looked at editing the document citation, (e.g. if content = 'email' don't display anything) but this just hides metadata not the icon and link to the doc.
Is what we are trying to do possible?
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