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I am using bibtex to format/generate a list of references, which are then processed further by another application to be included on web-pages.

Thus, I get output in the .bbl file of the form

\bibitem[FdBRT54]{FrameRobinsonThrall}
J.S. Frame, G.~de~B.~Robinson, and R.M. Thrall.
\newblock The hook graphs of the symmetric group.
\newblock {\em Canad. J. Math.}, 6:316--325, 1954.

This is great, but I would like to have the following (if present) extra blocks:

\newblock DOI: thedoi
\newblock URL: theurl

I have tried editing the alpha style file for formatting, but I never managed to produce this. I tried to fiddle around with biber, but it does not produce a nice .bbl file that I can extract the "formatted" references from.

EDIT: I use the alpha style, but editing that file would be fine, and use a custom style .bst file. I just don't know how to modify it. Also, natbib seems nice,

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    There are plenty of .bst files that output DOI and URL fields. Just use one of those. Most natbib compatible styles will do it.
    – Alan Munn
    Mar 26, 2018 at 14:07
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    Please confirm that you use the alpha bibliography style. Are you amenable to using some other style? Please also indicate which citation management package (if any) you load.
    – Mico
    Mar 26, 2018 at 14:16

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Ok, I found an answer: Download this .bst file, do not use natbib, and use the hyperref package.

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