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Revision as of 15:26, 16 December 2011

EPrints 3 Reference: Directory Structure - Metadata Fields - Repository Configuration - XML Config Files - XML Export Format - EPrints data structure - Core API - Data Objects


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NAME

EPrints::RepositoryConfig - Repository Configuration

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SYNOPSIS

 $c->add_dataset_field( "eprint", {
   name => "title",
   type => "longtext",
 }, reuse => 1 );
 

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DESCRIPTION

This provides methods for reading and setting a repository configuration. Setter methods may only be used in the configuration.

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METHODS

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Setter Methods

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add_dataset_trigger

$c->add_dataset_trigger( $datasetid, TRIGGER_ID, $f, %opts )

Register a function reference $f to be called when the TRIGGER_ID event happens on $datasetid.

See EPrints::Const for available triggers.

See add_trigger for %opts.

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add_trigger

$c->add_trigger( TRIGGER_ID, $f, %opts )

Register a function reference $f to be called when the TRIGGER_ID event happens.

See EPrints::Const for available triggers.

Options:

 priority - used to determine the order triggers are executed in (defaults to 0).
 

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add_dataset_field

$c->add_dataset_field( $datasetid, $fielddata, %opts )

Add a field spec $fielddata to dataset $datasetid.

This method will abort if the field already exists and 'reuse' is unspecified.

Options: reuse - re-use an existing field if it exists (must be same type)

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