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[EP-tech] Re: Upgrading REF2014 plugin issues

Hi Lee,

You are now the 2nd person to report me this problem (however I've so far been unable to reproduce it...).

I think EPrints's now complaining that some files went missing in cfg/cfg.d/ - to restore them copy them from:

/usr/share/eprints3/lib/epm/ref2014/cfg/cfg.d/* to /usr/share/eprints3/archives/<repo>/cfg/cfg.d/

then run: /usr/share/eprints3/bin/epadmin update_database_structure <repo> and restart your web server.

If subjects_uoa is also missing, copy it from /usr/share/eprints3/lib/epm/ref2014/cfg/subjects_uoa to the local directory.

Note that editing global files managed by Bazaar packages (such as phrases or else) is a VERY BAD IDEA! You can always make local copies and change those instead.


On 15/06/12 14:29, Lee Paton wrote:

I'm running eprints 3.3.7 and are trying to upgrade the REF2014 plugin from version 1.0.5 to 1.1.1 but seem to be hitting a problem

When upgrading from the Bazaar I get the following message:

Checksum mismatch encountered for lang/en/phrases/ref.xml

I did change a phrase in this file but have since reverted to the default version from the plugin. If I then reload the eprints config I get an apache 500 error and the following error appears in the log file:

[Fri Jun 15 13:59:43 2012] [error] [client] Can't locate object method "default" via package "EPrints::DataObj::REFBenchmark" at /usr/share/eprints/lib/plugins/EPrints/Plugin/Screen/REF.pm line 146.\n

I've had a look at the eprints directory structure and it appears some parts of the upgrade have taken place as the following files are gone from below /usr/share/eprints/archives/<repo>/cfg:

!       cfg.d/zz_ref_reports.pl
!       cfg.d/zz_ref_benchmark.pl
!       epm/ref2014
!       subjects_uoa

The files below /usr/share/eprints/lib and /usr/share/eprints/perl_lib appear to be untouched

Has anyone have any advice?



Lee Paton
Information Services
Cardiff University
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