The issue you describe is related to the "uncacheEntity(doi)" call in the
The "uncacheEntity" contained a bug in 6.1 which caused some database
changes to be lost. This has been corrected in 6.2.
[image: logo] Tom Desair
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Op di 13 mrt. 2018 om 09:38 schreef Paul Warner <paulwwar...@gmail.com>:
> We have set up our DataCite DOI account in our Dspace 6.1 instance, and we
> are having a problem when we run the update from the command line script,
> When I make a change to metadata in our Dspace instance in the web site,
> this causes a change in the item's status in the doi table in the
> database. The status changes from 3 to 6. Then, the next time I run the
> command line program, doi-organiser, the status after the update to
> DataCite should be changed back to 3. In the java code, it appears that
> the change is being made, but in the database, the status does not change,
> it is still 6. This means that the next time doi-organiser runs, it will
> try to make another update for this item. It succeeds at DataCite, and
> another instance appears on the revisions list, but the status never
> changes in the database.
> In our file, DOIIdentifierProvider.java, which provides the updating
> functions for both the website update process and the command line program,
> the method updateMetadata handles the website update, and the method
> updateMetadataOnline handles the update from the doi-organiser command line
> program. Both methods report success, but only updateMetadata actually
> updates the database.
> Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
> Best regards,
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