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[EP-tech] Re: subjects - ROOT



ROOT is a magic node that sits above everything.

I would suggest, if you're building a tree from scratch, that you don't use the subject editor, but create an import a subjects file or an XML file.  The subjects file format doesn't handle multilingual, but it's easier to create and edit.  Perhaps create your tree as a subjects file, import it, then use the subject tree editor to edit each node and add the alternative language.

Have you seen my training video that covers a lot of this stuff?  It's linked to from the training course page at http://wiki.eprints.org/w/EPrints_Training_Course

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On 22 Oct 2015, at 10:08, Roth-Steiner, Roland wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> I'm building a fresh archive with eprints 3.3.13 and there seems to be an inconsistency in the subject tree, even thought I built it from scratch with the web interface.
> 
> An export with the "Subject" format gives me 4 empty records.
> 
> A CSV export prints:
> 
> ./export REPO subject CSV
> "subjectid","rev_number","name_name","name_sortvalue","name_lang","parents","depositable"
> "","2","","","en","","FALSE"
> "course","5","Studiengang","","de","ROOT","FALSE"
> "course",,"Study course",,"en",,
> "test01","4","Studiengang TEST01","","de","course","TRUE"
> "test01",,"studycouse TEST01",,"",,
> "test02","4","Studiengang -test- 02","","de","course","TRUE"
> "test02",,"course of studies 02",,"",,
> 
> 
> I attached a screenshot of the Admin - edit-subject-Interface.
> 
> Is there a lacking ROOT-element? 
> 
> Thanks
> 
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