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Congratulations! You have successfully installed your EPrints repository.
 
Congratulations! You have successfully installed your EPrints repository.
  
* To learn how to customise features, view the [[Manual|Documentation]] part of this wiki.
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* To learn how to customise features, view the [[Manual|EPrints Manual]] part of this wiki.
  
* As well as our manual you might also want to look at the user generated documentation in the [[:Category:Howto|How-to Configure EPrints]] section.
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* The [[:Category:Howto|How-to Configure EPrints]] section is the mainly user generated documentation and contains pragmatic explanations of how to perform common repository configuration tasks. If you do something with your repository we don't have a tutorial for why not have a go at writing one.
  
 
* If you are a programmer looking to get started developing new features then you should look at the [[:Category:API|EPrints API]] and [[:Category:Plugins|EPrints Plugins]] documentation.
 
* If you are a programmer looking to get started developing new features then you should look at the [[:Category:API|EPrints API]] and [[:Category:Plugins|EPrints Plugins]] documentation.
  
* For free help and advice on running, maintaining and your repository you can ask the [http://mailman.ecs.soton.ac.uk/mailman/listinfo/eprints-tech EPrints Tech mailing list] but do please have a quick search of the [http://www.eprints.org/tech.php/ list archive] before asking a question since you may find your answer there more quickly.
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* For free help and advice on running, maintaining and developing your repository you can ask the [http://mailman.ecs.soton.ac.uk/mailman/listinfo/eprints-tech EPrints Tech mailing list] but do please have a quick search of the [http://www.eprints.org/tech.php/ list archive] before asking a question since you may find your answer there more quickly.
  
 
* If you need more help getting started, the EPrints team has a [http://eprints.org/services/ commercial services arm] which provides training, support, hosting and consultancy services.
 
* If you need more help getting started, the EPrints team has a [http://eprints.org/services/ commercial services arm] which provides training, support, hosting and consultancy services.

Latest revision as of 10:28, 19 August 2011

Congratulations! You have successfully installed your EPrints repository.

  • To learn how to customise features, view the EPrints Manual part of this wiki.
  • The How-to Configure EPrints section is the mainly user generated documentation and contains pragmatic explanations of how to perform common repository configuration tasks. If you do something with your repository we don't have a tutorial for why not have a go at writing one.
  • If you are a programmer looking to get started developing new features then you should look at the EPrints API and EPrints Plugins documentation.
  • For free help and advice on running, maintaining and developing your repository you can ask the EPrints Tech mailing list but do please have a quick search of the list archive before asking a question since you may find your answer there more quickly.
  • If you need more help getting started, the EPrints team has a commercial services arm which provides training, support, hosting and consultancy services.