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[EP-tech] Adding Google Custom Search Engine to EPrints xpage file



What is the error that gets thrown?
Anything to do with namespaces?

I'm guessing you're putting balanced tags in - so my hunch is that the gcse: is an unrecognised name space?
If so, does registering it in the top of the cage XML help?

(Not tried any of this... - just early-morning guessing!)

Cheers,
John
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Subject: [EP-tech] Adding Google Custom Search Engine to EPrints xpage file


Hi all,


Just wondering ... has anybody been able to implement a Google Custom Search Engine with EPrints. I noticed that ROAR attempted to do it - http://roar.eprints.org/content.html - but when I run a search, I get a 403 error.


The problem is that when the tag <gcse> is put in an xpage file, EPrints throws an error - I'm assuming it doesn't recognise the tag. Wrapping the tag in cdata tags or using JavaScript to insert the element don't work.


Any suggestions/tips would be much appreciated.


Thank you!


Cheers,


Andrew


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