This project has been forked from github.com/DigitalCurationCentre/DMPOnline
This version of DMPOnline uses the Sword2Ruby gem to integrate with repositories.
DMPOnline is the DCC’s data management planning tool, available at dmponline.dcc.ac.uk
Development of the DMPOnline by the Digital Curation Centre has been funded by JISC. JISC inspires UK colleges and universities in the innovative use of digital technologies, helping to maintain the UK’s position as a global leader in education. www.jisc.ac.uk
This is just the application code, none of the accompanying question data available at dmponline.dcc.ac.uk is included.
The tool has three main functions
To help create and maintain different versions of Data Management Plans;
To provide useful guidance on data management issues and how to meet research funders’ requirements;
To export attractive and useful plans in a variety of formats.
On its way… in the meantime, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bug Reports & Feature Requests: github.com/DigitalCurationCentre/DMPOnline/issues
DMPOnline is a Ruby on Rails application. Further details on how to install Ruby on Rails applications are available from rubyonrails.org
After downloading, create a
config/database.yml file based on the provided
config/database_example.yml file. Currently only MySQL databases are supported.
Edit the configuration files at
config/environments to include your contact email addresses.
Edit the configuration setting
Edit values for
Set a secret token in
You’ll need to install gems, build the database and then start the server:
$> bundle install $> rake db:setup $> rails server
The database seed data will give you three users:
Full system admin user
A dummy organisation admin user
A normal end user
The password for each of these is ‘password’
DMPOnline is built using a number of other open source projects, including
- Active Admin
A framework for creating administration-style interfaces.
A DSL for semantically building forms.
User authentication is done using Devise
- Highcharts JS
- Iconic Icons
SVG icon set designed by P.J. Onori: somerandomdude.com/projects/iconic
Copyright © 2012 Digital Curation Centre, University of Edinburgh. See AGPL-LICENSE for details.