DeepGreen updates to Python 3 and Elastic Search 7 completed
Mid August, two important updates for DeepGreen were completed and installed in the productive system. DeepGreen now runs on Python 3.8 and Elastic Search 7.10. This has stabilised DeepGreen for live operation and made it future-proof.
In addition to these two updates, two new features have also been introduced for DeepGreen. From now on, repositories have the option to choose which publisher content they want to obtain by selecting or deselecting certain licences in their account. This feature simultaneously gives repositories more transparency about which licences they are registered for in DeepGreen. DeepGreen obtains the licence information from the Electronic Journals Library (EZB). Furthermore, the function for suspending affiliation matching, which is used in the integration of subject repositories, has been stabilised and integrated into the user interface of the administration.
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