[EP-tech] "ORCID Support" plugin and "Generic Reporting Framework" plugin
gilles.fournie at cirad.fr
Wed Apr 4 16:08:52 BST 2018
Thank you for your answer.
So I will install the GRF plugin.
It was not a requirement from our libary staff, but I'm sure they will
find uses for it :-)
Le 04/04/2018 à 16:51, David R Newman a écrit :
> Hi GF,
> Yes, the Generic Reporting Framework (GRF) is required for the ORCID
> support plugin. The GRF plugin, as far as I know will not change the
> public-facing side of your repository and will be invisible to all but
> repository admins that will see an extra 'Report' link in the main menu
> after the Admin link. If you want to disable this, along with the
> export formats that come with plugin, then that is quite
> straightforward. Just move your archive's cfg/cfg.d/z_reports.pl to
> z_reports.pl.disabled or just comment out its contents. I do not
> believe this should have any adverse on the rest of your repository but
> I have not thoroughly tested this.
> David Newman
> On 04/04/2018 12:28, Gilles Fournié wrote:
>> I was trying to install the ORCID Support plugin (on a 3.3.12 EPrints).
>> After the installation (without any error), I can no more reload the
>> configuration : I get errors like "Can't locate
>> I have not installed the Generic Reporting Framework plugin.
>> But, from the Wiki page :
>> > Where the Generic Reporting Framework plugin has been installed, new
>> reports will become available, under the heading 'ORCID Dashboard'.
>> I understood that the Generic Reporting plugin was not mandatory and
>> will be detected.
>> As I didn't intend to install the Generic Reporting plugin, I wonder how
>> I can disable all the reporting functions of the ORCID plugin.
>> Or am I obliged to install the Generic Reporting plugin ?
>> (I imagine that I could simply delete all the Report:Orcid*.pm files;
>> but it may not be a good idea)
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