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|Title:||Pubmed Import into DSpace fails due to DTD in the xml|
|Description:||The BTE import function in DSpace may fail if the DTD element in the pubmed xml does not resolve. A simple solution is to delete the DTD element in the xml prior to using the BTE import.
When you download the xml from within a proxied network it may change the DTD reference at the top of the XML.
This is an example of the top 3 lines of an XML export from PubMed:
<!DOCTYPE PubmedArticleSet PUBLIC "-//NLM//DTD PubMedArticle, 1st January 2017//EN" "https://dtd-nlm-nih-gov.www.ezpdhcs.nt.gov.au/ncbi/pubmed/out/pubmed_170101.dtd">
If you just delete the DOCTYPE line the import should work. You should then have at the top two lines:
Then the import should work OK.
|Appears in Collections:||DSpace documentation|
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