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[EP-tech] IRStats2 embedding stats in abstract?

Hi all,

I'm following the wiki wrt IRStats2 configuration and I have a few 
questions. The one that is concerning me right now is that I don't seem 
to manage displaying the stats in my abstract page (aka embedding stats 
in summary page). I've followed the "Embedding Stats on Abstract Pages" 
section where it says to include:

<epc:phrase ref="lib/irstats2:embedded:summary_page:eprint:downloads"/>

somewhere at the bottom of summary_page.xml, I've done it but, I 
restarted apache, regenerated abstracts, etc., and when I access my 
pages I see a new "Downloads" section, that -sadly- only contains the 
phrase "Downloads per month over past year" without any numbers in it. 
When regenerating abstracts (manually) I get the message:

missing parameter "eprintid" when making phrase 

which is kind of strange, but I'm not even sure that the irstats2 
database is correctly populated, since even though I specifically access 
eprints and their documents in order to change stats and run the script 
manually to update them, I see no differences in my cgi/stats/report/ 
which makes me think that something goes terribly wrong...but that's my 
other question... :).

Thanks for any help in advance,


PS. It's an EPrints 3.3.14 installation on a Debian box, IRStats2 is 
installed via the bazaar package, as instructed in the wiki and irstats2 
github page (going by the book).
PS2. I haven't change IRstats2 default config in cfg/cfg.d yet

George Mamalakis

IT and Security Officer,
Electrical and Computer Engineer (Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki),
PhD (Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki),
MSc (Imperial College of London)

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

phone number : +30 (2310) 994379

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