The hint from yesterday seems to have worked - the error-messages (deprecated) are not shown any more. Thank you for the help on that.
About the Admin-settings. Is it possible to have multiple users with admin rights (just as the user AT refbase.net)?
Also, when Importing the DOI import function does not seem to work (PMID on the other hand, works fine - on the same reference); I tried importing the DOI w/ and w/out the "DOI:" string. Same result: A blank screen shows, as if refbase is loading the next page, but instead the blank screen stays - and the browser says "Done" in the lower lefthand corner.
Also, the refbase seems to be unstable - when I try to batch-upload a bibtex file, I get a "loading" sign in the browser and after a couple minutes, it just shows the blank screen - and a "Done" message in the lower lefthand corner of the browser.
Of course, the BibTeX-File was not loaded at all…
Does this have to do with the PHP 5.3 issue?
Sorry for this long text…Have been staring at code in our little server-cubicle for the whole day - I'm turning kinda wacko it seems ;-)
> Is it possible to have multiple users with admin rights
This isn't possible, sorry. One workaround could be to setup a generic email address for the admin login and share it among your admins. This generic email address doesn't have to be a valid email address. However, it's beneficial if it's a working address so that any notifications sent by refbase can be received.
> Also, when Importing the DOI import function does not seem to work
Due to changes made by CrossRef.org (which resolves the DOIs for journal articles) you'll need to create a free CrossRef account and supply your account credentials in the refbase code. More details are available in a . See also the links within that post.
Note that CrossRef also changed it's output XML recently, there's a .
> Also, the refbase seems to be unstable - when I try to batch-upload a bibtex
> file, I get a "loading" sign in the browser and after a couple minutes, it just
> shows the blank screen
Please make sure that Bibutils was installed correctly. More info is available and .
Also, see the page in the online documentation for examples of the different bibliographic exchange formats which you can use to test your own installation.
> Does this have to do with the PHP 5.3 issue?
No, I don't think so.
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