From: MacKenzie Smith <kenzie@MIT.EDU> - 2004-12-07 22:24:00
>Is there a limit to the number of collections per community?
None in theory.
>Is there a limit to the number of characters in the introduction section
>of the collection home page?
This is bounded by the database you're using, and how large a field can be.
Pretty big, but not infinite.
Ask your programmer for details.
>I'm experimenting with putting a journal into DSpace using name of the
>journal as community and volume and issue for each collection. I'm using
>the introduction area on the collection home page to mimic the look of
>OhioLINK's Electronic Journal Center:
>https://linux02.it.ohio-state.edu/dspace/handle/1811/189 (this is on our
>development server). We have metadata that we plan to map to Dublin Core
>and then hopefully map some fields to HTML to obtain the OhioLINK EJC look.
>Knowing the limits will help me decide if we can actually have one issue
>per collection or if I need to go to one volume per collection. This
>journal has over 400 issues.
This should work, but the devil is in the details so you'll find out when
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