Thank you.  I think this is it!
George Kozak
Cornell University

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On Jul 15, 2014, at 5:50 PM, "Hilton Gibson" <hilton.gibson@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi George



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On 15 July 2014 22:33, George Stanley Kozak <gsk5@cornell.edu> wrote:



We at Cornell University are running DSpace  1.8.2 (JSPUI) in production.  I am getting ready to cut over our Production instance to DSpace 3.3 (JSPUI), but I have run into a problem in my testing.

When I run the Embargo Lifter, it removes the Embargo date, but it doesn’t set the embargoed bitstreams to the default read of the collection.  This works fine in DSpace 1.8.2. 

I even tried rewriting  the Lifter to specifically set the bitstreams to Anonymous Read, but embargoed settings for the bitstreams still remained.  There are no errors in the logs.

Does anyone have suggestions as to what could be wrong?  I’m stumped.


George Kozak

Digital Library Specialist

Cornell University Library Information Technologies (CUL-IT)

218 Olin Library

Cornell University

Ithaca, NY 14853



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