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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- 1 NAME
- 2 DESCRIPTION
- 3 CORE METADATA FIELDS
- 4 REFERENCES AND RELATED OBJECTS
- 5 INSTANCE VARIABLES
- 6 METHODS
- 7 SEE ALSO
- 8 COPYRIGHT
EPrints::DataObj::Access - Accesses to the Web server
Accesses to particular abstract/summary pages (views) or publication documents (downloads).
CORE METADATA FIELDS
Unique ID for the access.
Time of access.
ID of the requesting user-agent. (Typically an IP address).
The HTTP user agent string. (Useful for robots spotting).
The country from which the request originated. (Typically determined using Geo::IP).
The institution from which the request originated. (This could be used to store the Net-Name from a WHOIS lookup).
ID of the object from which the user agent came from (i.e. HTTP referrer).
Id of the type of service requested. (E.g. abstract view or full text download).
ID of the object requested. (Normally the eprint ID).
ID of the document requested (if relevant).
REFERENCES AND RELATED OBJECTS
$fields = EPrints::DataObj::Access->get_system_field_info
Returns an array describing the system metadata of the access dataset.
$dataset = EPrints::DataObj::Access->get_dataset_id
Returns the ID of the EPrints::DataSet object to which this record belongs.
$referent_id = $access->get_referent_id
Returns the fully-qualified referent ID.
$requester_id = $access->get_requester_id
Return the fully-qualified requester ID.
EPrints::DataObj and EPrints::DataSet.
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