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I need a list of own publications inside a c.v. which is an appendix to my actual document. I'm using currvita for a simple c.v. and I'm trying to employ multibib as suggested in the currvita manual to get the publication list like this (my .bib file is called bibliography.bib)

\documentclass[11pt,a4paper,BCOR10mm,DIV11,toc=listof]{scrbook}
\usepackage{multibib}
\usepackage[ManyBibs]{currvita}
\newcites{cv}{Publikationen}
\bibliographystyle{hep}
\bibliographystylecv{hep}

\begin{document}
%lots of stuff and citations
\bibliobgraphy{bibliography}

\begin{cv}{}
\begin{cvlist}{Publikationen}
 \nocitecv{cite1,cite2,cite3}
 \item \bibliographycv{bibliography}
\end{cvlist}

\end{cv} 
\end{document}

The normal bibliography works without a problem and there is no actual error when compiling, but a warning

No file cv.bbl

and the publication list is not created.

Why is it trying to look for cv.bbl? Or: why is it not created?

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How are you compiling your document? If your document is test.tex you have to compile like this: (pdf)latex test + bibtex test + bibtex cv + (pdf)latex test + (pdf)latex test. –  Gonzalo Medina Mar 28 '11 at 22:58
    
My bad. I've been trusting my editor to much. "Solution" is below. Shall I leave this question for the benefit of others or rather delete it? –  janitor048 Mar 28 '11 at 22:59
    
@Gonzalo: That's been amazingly synchronous. You're of course right, I was missing the 'bibtex cv' part. –  janitor048 Mar 28 '11 at 23:02

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Ok. Stupid me. My tex-Editor (Kile) does not automatically generate the bbl files from the aux in this special situation. Manually issuing bibtex cv.aux has been sufficient.

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