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Re: [EP-tech] Missing Export plugins - Grid type

And sorted – for future reference for me and anyone else that has an issue – The definition of Export::Grid has been modified to include

        $self->{advertise} = 0;  # (https://github.com/eprints/eprints/blob/3.3/perl_lib/EPrints/Plugin/Export/Grid.pm#L26)


In its ‘new’ method,  which is picked up by the derived module’s ‘new’ method and needs explicitly overriding in the derived module where it didn’t previously.



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Hi all,


Recent server upgrade (from 3.3.10 to 3.3.15) has rendered some of our exports non-functional.  It appears to be due to their being Export::Grid type plugins, i.e. if I change the @ISA to type Text they appear in the exports list, but as type Grid they don’t.  This seems to include the default MultilineCSV.pm in [EPRINTS_ROOT]/perl_lib/EPrints/Plugin/Export


I see that the underlying Grid module has had a fairly serious overhaul between versions 3.3.10 and 3.3.15 so wondering if anyone else has experienced this and maybe even resolved it ?


Thanks in advance!



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Digital Repository Developer

Library Services, Learning and Teaching Innovation

The Open University



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