[librecat-dev] question regarding file properties

Vitali Peil vitali.peil at uni-bielefeld.de
Wed Mar 25 08:26:07 CET 2020

Hi Jonathan,

yes, you have to remove these two properties. The request_a_copy is now
covered by the access_level and the open_access flag is added at
indexing time (called 'oa').

Concerning the versions: I guess you the same problem as described in

I am not sure about the "no-check-version" flag.

You might want to wait for version 3.0.0 planned for May.



On 23.03.20 16:10, Jonathan NORRIS wrote:
> Hello,
> I am trying to migrate my data for the Oscar update. I have
> publications that are failing because there is the following fields in
> the file data:
> file:
>     .....
>     .....
>     open_access: 0
>     request_a_copy: 1
> I don't exactly know why they are here but it looks like the
> 'access_level' property covers this. Can I just remove these properties?
> Also, in some of my publication authors there is a 'sequence' property
> that is causing validation to fail. I don't see this in the store or
> schema files, or where it's used, can I also just remove these
> properties?
> Finally, I also have a record that is failing to import because
> librecat is expecting a different version of the particular record
> ("expected 19 got 17"). Is it safe to just import these records with
> the "no-check-version" flag. I am not sure what the consequences would
> be.
> Thanks for the help!
> Jonathan
> IST Austria
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