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[EP-tech] Export formats - v3.3.16+



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For a project, I've added the export dropdown to the single abstract page. As John pointed out, the list is regulated by the plugin permissions, so it is not possible to change the list based on search.

Maybe if you have a use case to explain us, there could be another solution.

Il 08/10/21 03:07, Matthew Brady via Eprints-tech ha scritto:
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Hi All,

When conducting a search, the results get listed, and there is a dropdown with options for different export formats (DC, EndNote, Ref Manager et. al.).

I am having a mental blank at the moment? but is it possible to adjust which export options can be used, based on which search was performed?

e.g.
simple search (cgi/search/simple)
advanced search (cgi/search/advanced)
admin staff search (cgi/search/eprint/staff)

Thanks for any help/advice that can be offered.

Matt
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