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[EP-tech] Reinstating deleted file
On Fri, 24 May 2019 06:26:26 +0000
John Salter <J.Salter at leeds.ac.uk> wrote:
> I was pondering if there was a way to take just the relevant
> 'document' section from one of the revision files, and importing that
> - and then adding the file into the correct directory..? I think you
> would have to set some options on the import - to retain the docid -
> but I think that's a standard option of the bin/import script.
> I've never tried this at the document level before - but it might be
> an option!
Another interesting suggestion! I'll follow up with the staff member in
question to find out how important this redirect is, but thanks to the
replies here I have several options open to me.
> From: eprints-tech-bounces at ecs.soton.ac.uk
> <eprints-tech-bounces at ecs.soton.ac.uk> on behalf of Newman D.R. via
> Eprints-tech <eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk> Sent: 24 May 2019
> 07:07:54 To: eprints-tech at ecs.soton.ac.uk; Karl Goetz Subject: Re:
> [EP-tech] Reinstating deleted file
> Hi Karl,
> The only way I have found to do this is remove all uploaded documents
> and then re-add in the order they were originally added.
> On 24/05/2019 00:40, Karl Goetz via Eprints-tech wrote:
> I haven?t managed to find a solution to this so I?m hoping someone
> has some experience in this area.
> Can I re create file 01 and add it back to eprints, using means fair
> or foul? We?re using IRStats2 for tracking access so a solution would
> need to work with that - otherwise I'll simply tell the staff member
> in question we can?t fix the deletion.
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