How-to: Re-process your Publication by normal standard - time

2016-11-08 10:27:26 UTC

This article guide will take you through the steps of re-processing your paper by time, which is the standard processing procedure when you process your paper on the same date as it is published. However, if you process it the night before publication date there is a guide to the procedure of re-processing with xml-trigger here.

The figure shows the two steps you need to follow when reprocessing/processing your paper for example after upload of new pages, corrections or just a new process of an older date than the current. Remember: If there is no files on the FTP Server matching this date,  there will be no process!

Automatically the system will look for files from todays date after every 10 minutes and thus if you upload the paper for the first time on the current date it will process automatically. However, if you already have the current issue published and it was processed successfully the first time, you need to follow the two steps mentioned in order to make a re-process if you upload new files or even a whole new paper on that particular day.

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Please have patience after pushing the run-button because it looks for files in every 10 minutes and thus it can take some minutes before the re-process starts.

The "Max missing pages" is the place that shows how many missing pages your paper are allowed to have in order for it to process successfully. In this particular case the tolerance is set to "0" but often it is set to 2 and thereby you are allowed to have to missing pages in your delivery to the FTP - if you have 3 or more your paper will not be processed, which then will appear in the log-report beneath this figure in "Cron" folder on your account (admin.e-pages).

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