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This is a tracking category for CS1 citations that have |doi= errors.

Many (although not all) errors in the category can automatically be fixed by clicking here to activate User:Citation bot.

Check |doi= value

When Citation Style 1 and Citation Style 2 templates contain |doi=, a test is done to see if the prefix portion of the DOI value contains the proper 10. registry identifier. Additionally, the |doi= value is checked to make sure that it does not contain spaces, en dashes, does not end with punctuation, or uses the invalid/temporary/test DOI prefix 10.5555. Further validation of the DOI is not performed.

To resolve this error, ensure that the |doi= value is correct.

Pages with this error are automatically placed in Category:CS1 errors: DOI.[a]

|<param>= requires |doi=

When any of |doi-broken=, |doi-broken-date=, or |doi-inactive-date= are used in a cs1|2 template, |doi= or |DOI= (with value) must also be present.

To resolve this error, either add the missing DOI or remove the 'broken' parameter.

Pages with this error are automatically placed in Category:CS1 errors: DOI.[a]


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  1. ^ a b Pages in the Book talk, Category talk, Draft talk, Education Program talk, File talk, Help talk, MediaWiki talk, Module talk, Portal talk, Talk, Template talk, User, User talk, and Wikipedia talk namespaces are not included in the error tracking categories.

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