Difference between revisions of "SUNScholar/Request a Copy"

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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
The request a copy functionality was added to DSpace as a measure to facilitate access in those cases when uploaded content can not be openly shared with the entire world immediately after submission into DSpace. It gives users an efficient way to request access to the original submitter of the item, who can approve this access with the click of a button. This practice complies with most applicable policies as the submitter interacts directly with the requester on a case by case basis.
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The request a copy functionality was added to DSpace versions => 4.X, as a measure to facilitate access in those cases when uploaded content can not be openly shared with the entire world immediately after submission into DSpace.
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It gives users an efficient way to request access to the original submitter of the item, who can approve this access with the click of a button.
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This practice complies with most applicable policies as the submitter interacts directly with the requester on a case by case basis.
  
 
==[[SUNScholar/Request_a_Copy/4.X|For DSpace 4.X]]==
 
==[[SUNScholar/Request_a_Copy/4.X|For DSpace 4.X]]==
 
Click on the heading above.
 
Click on the heading above.

Revision as of 11:01, 4 September 2014

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Please note: This feature was released with DSpace version 4.0 and therefore not fully tried and tested.

You apply this feature at your own risk.

Introduction

The request a copy functionality was added to DSpace versions => 4.X, as a measure to facilitate access in those cases when uploaded content can not be openly shared with the entire world immediately after submission into DSpace.

It gives users an efficient way to request access to the original submitter of the item, who can approve this access with the click of a button.

This practice complies with most applicable policies as the submitter interacts directly with the requester on a case by case basis.

For DSpace 4.X

Click on the heading above.