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[EP-tech] Open Acces URL

Hi All,

I've been asked to make a small alteration on the EPrints Abstract pages.

Currently if there is an item with only an OA link in the repository (with no files uploaded) it gives a warning. My task is to change this to display the OA link near to the top of the page. The field containing the link is "oa_url".

Using summary_page.xml I get to:

<epc:if test="length($docs) = 0 and oa_url.is_set()">
      <epc:phrase ref="page:nofulltextwithoa1" />
  <a href="" Access link</a>
  <epc:phrase ref="page:nofulltextwithoa2" />
  <br />
  <epc:debug expr="oa_url" />
  <br />
  <epc:print expr="oa_url" />

The epc:print _expression_ at the bottom gave me the link fully rendered. What I would like to do is create a piece of text with the link in saying "Open Access Link". Unfortunately, {oa_url} evaluates to:

<a href="" href="https://emea01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url="" originalSrc="http://www.bbc.co.uk/" shash="k9bDGVz+PU6aeYTTErd704qz0q9CXqWK+wSaHOxWyvyU6QtShGXtNHJpCjqClrW2ZYXeAEHxz0JH9W0N1wDwBCUzz89WYra9rgLzfhcuq5iTTBU+EoZ6oIsodz795UOEEaSwkrXBicNi9gBBApl6jcBDrIvIR2/2ZS61X4pPmMw=">http://www.bbc.co.uk/ <http://www.bbc.co.uk/>">Open Access link</a>

and the debug gives me:
<a href="" href="https://emea01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url="" originalSrc="http://www.bbc.co.uk/" shash="k9bDGVz+PU6aeYTTErd704qz0q9CXqWK+wSaHOxWyvyU6QtShGXtNHJpCjqClrW2ZYXeAEHxz0JH9W0N1wDwBCUzz89WYra9rgLzfhcuq5iTTBU+EoZ6oIsodz795UOEEaSwkrXBicNi9gBBApl6jcBDrIvIR2/2ZS61X4pPmMw=">http://www.bbc.co.uk/">http://www.bbc.co.uk/</a>

I realise {}, debug and epc:print are essentially generating the same thing, I'm just trying to use them differently/incorrectly. Obviously I can't put a whole <a></a> as a href value.

Is there a way I can access just the link within oa_url?

The oa_url field is in my:

$c->{summary_page_metadata} = [qw/

but we want to make it incredibly obvious to users that the OA link is there.