CrossRef Support

Patricia Feeney Dec 18 Announcements

We are configuring the main CrossRef system to support SSL (https). Any requests to use the administrative interfaces (doi.crossref.org) will now be automatically redirected to a SSL.

Members who use automation to engage with the system may change their requests to use SSL (https://doi.crossref.org:443).

We will continue to support a non SSL interface but we strongly encourage anyone making deposits or services requiring a deposit enabled login to switch to SSL.

Query transactions can continue to use non SSL but be sure to use a separate account so that deposit capable credentials are not exposed to clear text transmissions.

Patricia Feeney Dec 05 Announcements

The deposit queue will be suspended for a few hours this afternoon (EST). You can send in deposit for processing but they won't be picked up until the queue has been re-activated. 

Patricia Feeney Nov 10 Announcements

We've recently deployed a new schema version with support for relationships between DOIs:

http://www.crossref.org/schemas/crossref4.3.5.xsd

documentation: www.crossref.org/help/schema_doc/4.3.5/4.3.5.html

Patricia Feeney Sep 25 Announcements

We've recently added a Notification Callback service that notifies depositors (or query-ers) via a HTTP(S) URL that a submission log is available. Details are here: http://help.crossref.org/ID201425

 

Patricia Feeney Jun 17 Announcements

Members may now upload funding and license metadata in .csv format using our web deposit form. Details are here: http://help.crossref.org/#ID162818

Please note that because we don't have the data to test this exhaustively this option is in beta. This means we'll try our best to help you and will fix any problems that come up, but problems are more likely to occur, last minute deposits using the csv option are a bad idea, and please review your deposit logs to make sure the data being deposited is correct.

Send feedback to support@crossref.org