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Re: [EP-tech] REF CC plugin V.1.1.1. - Define item types for REF CC plugin

Hi Annette,

Will you have clearly defined item types that are in- and out-of- scope?


If so, in a new config file e.g.


Add thie following:

$c->{hefce_oa}->{item_types} = ['article', 'conference_item', 'conference_proceeding'];


-          Including all the item types you want to consider in-scope (the default only has 'article' and 'conference_item').


If not, I've done some preliminary work to extend this so you can more tightly define what is in- and out-of- scope e.g. "an article OR a conference_item, that has an ISSN", but this hasn't been released yet.


Out of interest, do you read the documentation here: http://eprintsug.github.io/hefce_oa/? It currently doesn't provide the answer, but could/should be updated with the details.








From: eprints-tech-bounces@ecs.soton.ac.uk [mailto:eprints-tech-bounces@ecs.soton.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Annette Moore
Sent: 22 January 2017 19:59
To: eprints-tech@ecs.soton.ac.uk
Subject: [EP-tech] REF CC plugin V.1.1.1. - Define item types for REF CC plugin




We are about to create a new Item Type on SRO for published Conference Proceedings (either ISBN or ISSN)  but I am aware we will need to include the REF CC tab for  compliance checking.  My understanding is that this is possible to do from REF CC v.1.1.0.  


We currently have v.1.1.1. installed.  Is this a straight forward process to configure REF CC to check compliance on a new Item type (and remove from Conference Items)? If anyone has experience of this, could you point me in the right direction for configuring REF CC?


Best wishes,




Annette Moore

Acquisitions and Metadata Librarian

Library Building
University of Sussex

T: 01273 877046
E: a.moore@sussex.ac.uk