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No Data message (sometimes)?

RJS 7 years ago updated by Christian Fritz 7 years ago 8
Hello, I love bibbase but it has some very interesting behaviour where, at times, it shows "No Data" for my publications using my bib file on the web:

http://www.sethi.org/research/papers/my_papers.bib

This file was working fine for a month and suddenly it's stopped with a "No Data" message. Is there an error in the file, perhaps? I used Mendeley to generate it automatically. 

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Hi Ricky,

I don't know what the problem was, but I cleared the cache and now it seems to be back to normal. Please verify that it looks OK.

One thing you can try if it happens again is to touch/edit your bib file in order to enforce a cache refresh. But if it happens, please still let me know. Maybe it's indicative of a different problem I'm not aware of. You are the first user to report this problem though.

-- Christian
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Fixed
Hi Ricky,

I don't know what the problem was, but I cleared the cache and now it seems to be back to normal. Please verify that it looks OK.

One thing you can try if it happens again is to touch/edit your bib file in order to enforce a cache refresh. But if it happens, please still let me know. Maybe it's indicative of a different problem I'm not aware of. You are the first user to report this problem though.

-- Christian
Thank you so much, Christian!  And thanks even more for this excellent app!
You are very welcome. Thanks for being an early adopter despite the hick-ups.
I just happened to come across the same issue. Using Mendeley as well.
http://www.karliwalti.ch/index.php?id=10
Walter: Thanks for reporting this and my apologies for this bug. Given your report I was now able to find the real problem (some permissions had to be changed on the server). Your page now seems to be working again.
Thanks for the promt fix!
Dear All,

I have the same "No data" issue while importing from Mendeley once again. The link I get with the "No data" message is:

http://www.bibbase.org/show?bib=www.bibbase.org/me...

 
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Levente,

Thanks for the bug report. I found a different bug and fixed it. The link now seems to work.

Mendeley is not well supported at this point (as you can tell), but I'm working on a new implementation right now that should be more robust.

-- Christian


Hi Christian,


Thank you for your time/effort! Indeed, bibbase is a really nice tool! Congrats for the iniciative! 


With best regards,
Levente