There is also http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-9714 . It's not clear from the title, but the point is to have a tab that shows the tree of pages that have been installed (or that would be installed).
Thanks, Marius On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 5:10 PM, Vincent Massol <vinc...@massol.net> wrote: > Hi devs, > > Problem > ======= > > We have 2 issues right now when installing an extension in XWiki: > > 1) It’s not clear where is the entry point of that extension. > - Example1: an app that is only for admins and only has a ConfigurableClass > - Example2: an app that provides a macro and doesn’t have a UI > > 2) Even when an extension registers itself in the Applications Panel, the > user still need to refresh the page or navigate away to see it. > > Proposal > ======== > > * Introduce the concept of Entry point (a.k.a home page) in Extension > metadata > * Have the EM UI display the extension’s entry point (when there’s one) > after having installed the extension so that the user can click on it and > be taken to the home page of the extension. > > This would make extensions more discoverable IMO. > > Implementation Details > ================== > > * Some maven extension metadata properties in pom.xml > > * A format to represent an entry point. It shouldn’t be a full URL since > that needs to be computed at runtime. Basically it should contain: > ** The document reference > ** The action to use (view, admin, etc) - optional, should default to > “view" > ** The query string to use - optional, should default to an empty query > string > > This corresponds to the notion of ResourceReference > (EntityResourceReference to be precise). However we don’t have any textual > representation of it ATM. > > WDYT? Good idea? Bad idea? > > Thanks > -Vincent > > _______________________________________________ > devs mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://lists.xwiki.org/mailman/listinfo/devs > _______________________________________________ devs mailing list email@example.com http://lists.xwiki.org/mailman/listinfo/devs