Re: [xwiki-users] Synchronize two instances of XWiki Enterprise

2008-03-26 Thread Vitantonio Messa
Hi,

I'm pretty sure just a copy of the database is enough ;)

Vito


uwesbr wrote:
 Hi, 
 what is the best way to keep two instances (two different pc) synchronized.
 Will it be enough to copy only the database=
 
 Regards, Uwe

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[xwiki-users] Google Summer of Code 2008

2008-03-26 Thread Vincent Massol
Hi everyone,

If you're a student or if you know a good student then please consider  
joining the XWiki project for the Google Summer of Code 2008.
All information and proposed projects are listed on http://tinyurl.com/332gep

Pass the word around!

Thanks
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Re: [xwiki-users] Severe problem, can't login as admin, neither as superadmin

2008-03-26 Thread Joao Henrique Silva Santos
Since I'm not the administrator of my server, I cannot go and make
tomcat downgrades like that. I tried to download the jar you posted on
jira 
(http://maven.xwiki.org/snapshots/com/xpn/xwiki/platform/xwiki-core/1.3-SNAPSHOT/xwiki-core-1.3-20080313.231229-42.jar),
but I got a 404.

Is that jar still available elsewhere? If it is, is it just a stable
1.3 fix for that problem, or has it more development?

If not available/stable, I'll have to stick to the standalone
distribution until 1.3.1.

Thnks for your help,
Joao


On 25/03/2008, Sergiu Dumitriu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi,

  Unfortunately, that fix didn't work quite as expected, see
  http://jira.xwiki.org/jira/browse/XWIKI-2211

  All authentication problems are solved in the future 1.3.1 release.
  Until then, you should downgrade to Tomcat 6.0.14


  Sergiu


  Joao S. Santos wrote:
   I'm having the same problem, but only for Internet Explorer 6 (on more than
   one machine).
  
   The server is running an 1.3 XWiki WAR distribution on a tomcat 6.0.16 with
   jdk1.5.0_15.
   Shouldn't it be working already?
  
   regards
  
  
  
   Sergiu Dumitriu-2 wrote:
   3 options:
  
   1. Use tomcat 5.5.25 or 6.0.14
   2. Compile xwiki-core and put the compiled
   com.xpn.xwiki.user.impl.xwiki.MyPersistentManager.class into
   xwiki-dir/WEB-INF/classes/com/xpn/xwiki/user/impl/xwiki/
   3. Use the upcoming 1.3M2 release
  
   Antonio Goncalves wrote:
   Hi Sergiu,
  
   I have exactly the same problem with Tomcat 5.5.26 (I'm using XWiki
   1.2.2). Should I wait for a bug fix from XWiki or should I use a
   previous version of Tomcat (if yes, which one) ?
  
   Thanks,
  
   Antonio
  
  
   2008/2/15, Sergiu Dumitriu [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL 
 PROTECTED]:
  
   I'm looking into the problem now.
  
   Probably in
   com.xpn.xwiki.user.impl.xwiki.MyPersistentLoginManager#setupCookie
   (you have to recompile the code and update that class into the XWiki
   installation)
  
   Too bad tomcat doesn't have an option to configure this.
  
   Rustedt, Florian wrote:
 Hi,

 Perhaps a stupid question but... WHERE do i insert
   cookie.setVersion(1);?

 Florian

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Re: [xwiki-users] Severe problem, can't login as admin, neither as superadmin

2008-03-26 Thread Vincent Massol

On Mar 26, 2008, at 11:07 AM, Joao Henrique Silva Santos wrote:

 Since I'm not the administrator of my server, I cannot go and make
 tomcat downgrades like that. I tried to download the jar you posted on
 jira 
 (http://maven.xwiki.org/snapshots/com/xpn/xwiki/platform/xwiki-core/1.3-SNAPSHOT/xwiki-core-1.3-20080313.231229-42.jar
  
 ),

Go to 
http://maven.xwiki.org/snapshots/com/xpn/xwiki/platform/xwiki-core/1.3-SNAPSHOT 
  and pick the latest jar.

Thanks
-Vincent


 but I got a 404.

 Is that jar still available elsewhere? If it is, is it just a stable
 1.3 fix for that problem, or has it more development?

 If not available/stable, I'll have to stick to the standalone
 distribution until 1.3.1.

 Thnks for your help,
 Joao


 On 25/03/2008, Sergiu Dumitriu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi,

 Unfortunately, that fix didn't work quite as expected, see
 http://jira.xwiki.org/jira/browse/XWIKI-2211

 All authentication problems are solved in the future 1.3.1 release.
 Until then, you should downgrade to Tomcat 6.0.14


 Sergiu


 Joao S. Santos wrote:
 I'm having the same problem, but only for Internet Explorer 6 (on  
 more than
 one machine).

 The server is running an 1.3 XWiki WAR distribution on a tomcat  
 6.0.16 with
 jdk1.5.0_15.
 Shouldn't it be working already?

 regards



 Sergiu Dumitriu-2 wrote:
 3 options:

 1. Use tomcat 5.5.25 or 6.0.14
 2. Compile xwiki-core and put the compiled
 com.xpn.xwiki.user.impl.xwiki.MyPersistentManager.class into
 xwiki-dir/WEB-INF/classes/com/xpn/xwiki/user/impl/xwiki/
 3. Use the upcoming 1.3M2 release

 Antonio Goncalves wrote:
 Hi Sergiu,

 I have exactly the same problem with Tomcat 5.5.26 (I'm using  
 XWiki
 1.2.2). Should I wait for a bug fix from XWiki or should I use a
 previous version of Tomcat (if yes, which one) ?

 Thanks,

 Antonio


 2008/2/15, Sergiu Dumitriu [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 :

I'm looking into the problem now.

Probably in
 
 com.xpn.xwiki.user.impl.xwiki.MyPersistentLoginManager#setupCookie
(you have to recompile the code and update that class into  
 the XWiki
installation)

Too bad tomcat doesn't have an option to configure this.

Rustedt, Florian wrote:
 Hi,

 Perhaps a stupid question but... WHERE do i insert
cookie.setVersion(1);?

 Florian

 -Ursprüngliche Nachricht-
 Von: Sergiu Dumitriu [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Gesendet: Freitag, 15. Februar 2008 16:51
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 Betreff: Re: [xwiki-users] Severe problem, can't login as
 admin, neither as superadmin

 See http://jira.xwiki.org/jira/browse/XWIKI-2119



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Re: [xwiki-users] Synchronize two instances of XWiki Enterprise

2008-03-26 Thread [Ricardo Rodríguez]

Hi!


Vitantonio Messa wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 I'm pretty sure just a copy of the database is enough ;)
 
 Vito
 

Yeap! But be aware that some information could be stored in xwiki.cfg,
templates or skins' folders. This information doesn't concern contents,
but if what you want is to have two locations running the same wiki, it must
be taken into account.

HTH,

Ricardo

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Re: [xwiki-users] Xwiki jmeter test

2008-03-26 Thread [Ricardo Rodríguez]

Hi!


Sergiu Dumitriu-2 wrote:
 
 - if it can handle cookies, then visit 
 /xwiki/bin/login/XWiki/XWikiLogin?j_username=Adminj_password=adminj_rememberme=true
 

Sorry, I don't know what to handle cookies means here and I have no
experience with jmeter, so perhaps this question is absurd. But I keep
trying to understand how/if username and password can be passed to XWiki
with an URL. I also keep following the related Jira issues.

In this case, could I understand that the proposed string could be passed to
XWiki to allow jmeter index its contents?

Could this be used to grant access to a given document?

Thanks for your help,

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Re: [xwiki-users] Help with custom display

2008-03-26 Thread [Ricardo Rodríguez]

Hi!


javacupix wrote:
 
 I'm pretty confused with the documentation around xWiki and struggle to
 find infos on the custom display field in the property editor. A simple
 example could clarify my questions: how do you (for example) use the
 custom display field to display the content of the Textarea Propety in
 bold, red?
 

I guess this feature is not documented yet. Please, have you get something
about it?

Documentation must be improve and I am sure your help will be welcome by the
community!

Thanks for your help,

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Re: [xwiki-users] Custom Default Skin Everywhere, Except Login Page

2008-03-26 Thread [Ricardo Rodríguez]

Hi Andrew,


Andrew Hughes-5 wrote:
 
 Thanks for this guys
 
 I'm happy to give this a go, and I will do so. What I am wondering for the
 greater community, is how this is reproducable over new versions of xwiki?
 It seems that this is bound to the source vm. If I was to re-deploy xwiki
 then I would drop this behaviour (I know this is the same with the skin
 too).
 
 Sorry if Im being a pain, but Im sure this is some functionality others
 would like :)
 
 ...thanks  back soon!
 

I know that a new Rendering/Parsing component/API is been actively developed
as many entries in devs list show, but I am not able to understand how this
will work yet.

As for working with 1.x releases, I think that there is no other way of
keeping customizations that keeping track of changes both in templates
stored in the general /templates folder and new skins' folders.

I have not been able yet to get this customized skin applied to the login
page issue solved here, so it will be great to have your feedback!

Cheers,

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Re: [xwiki-users] Custom Default Skin Everywhere, Except Login Page

2008-03-26 Thread Vincent Massol

On Mar 26, 2008, at 1:18 PM, [Ricardo Rodríguez] wrote:


 Hi Andrew,


 Andrew Hughes-5 wrote:

 Thanks for this guys

 I'm happy to give this a go, and I will do so. What I am wondering  
 for the
 greater community, is how this is reproducable over new versions of  
 xwiki?
 It seems that this is bound to the source vm. If I was to re-deploy  
 xwiki
 then I would drop this behaviour (I know this is the same with the  
 skin
 too).

 Sorry if Im being a pain, but Im sure this is some functionality  
 others
 would like :)

 ...thanks  back soon!


 I know that a new Rendering/Parsing component/API is been actively  
 developed
 as many entries in devs list show, but I am not able to understand  
 how this
 will work yet.

If you're interested to follow:
* http://dev.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Design/NewRenderingArchitecture
* http://svn.xwiki.org/svnroot/sandbox/components/xwiki-rendering/

Now what you're referring is probably the interface extension which is  
different:
http://dev.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Design/InterfaceExtensions

-Vincent

 As for working with 1.x releases, I think that there is no other way  
 of
 keeping customizations that keeping track of changes both in templates
 stored in the general /templates folder and new skins' folders.

 I have not been able yet to get this customized skin applied to the  
 login
 page issue solved here, so it will be great to have your feedback!

 Cheers,

 Ricardo

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[xwiki-users] special rights

2008-03-26 Thread Gabriela Radu

 hi.
i was wondering if xwiki can be managed in that way that i can give users 
rights for some part of the page. for instance : they can edit the text but not 
the menu in the page.
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Re: [xwiki-users] Help with custom display

2008-03-26 Thread javacupix

Ok, I got it, you can use Velocity Scripting in the Custom Display Property
to render the display in the way you want it... 

For example here is the code to a custom display so the value of the
property is displayed in bold and red.
$doc.getValue(DataName)

Where DataName is the name of my property... actually it's really easy to do
what you want if you understand the xwiki javadoc
(http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/download/DevGuide/API/xwiki%2Dcore%2D1.3%2Dmilestone%2D1%2Djavadoc.zip/index.html)
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[xwiki-users] comments improvement

2008-03-26 Thread Joao Henrique Silva Santos
I would like to implement the possibility to reply to comments, and
the corresponding cascading display.

I assume this change, if possible, should be made on
templates/comments2.vm and/or templates/commentsinline.vm, but I'm a
bit lost. Has anything similar been done? Where can I learn more on
how to do it?

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Re: [xwiki-users] comments improvement

2008-03-26 Thread Sergiu Dumitriu
Joao Henrique Silva Santos wrote:
 I would like to implement the possibility to reply to comments, and
 the corresponding cascading display.
 
 I assume this change, if possible, should be made on
 templates/comments2.vm and/or templates/commentsinline.vm, but I'm a
 bit lost. Has anything similar been done? Where can I learn more on
 how to do it?
 
 regards,
 Joao

Hi,

This was already started on a local computer, and it's working fine, 
just needs a better style.

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Re: [xwiki-users] Help with custom display

2008-03-26 Thread javacupix

Sure, feel free to use it, as I consider myself as a big noob in the xwiki
universe I wasn't sure about giving it a FAQ entry


[Ricardo Rodríguez] wrote:
 
 Thanks! Don't you think is worth a FAQ entry for this issue? I will create
 one based on your example if you don't mind. Thanks!
 
 Best,
 
 Ricardo
 
 

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Re: [xwiki-users] special rights

2008-03-26 Thread Sergiu Dumitriu
Gabriela Radu wrote:
  hi.
 i was wondering if xwiki can be managed in that way that i can give users 
 rights for some part of the page. for instance : they can edit the text but 
 not the menu in the page.
 Thank you.
 

What menu? There's no menu inside the page...

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Re: [xwiki-users] special rights

2008-03-26 Thread Gabriela Radu
i was talking about a menu that i create inside...some links actually. and i 
don't want the user to be able to edit anything there.
 



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  hi.
 i was wondering if xwiki can be managed in that way that i can give users 
 rights for some part of the page. for instance : they can edit the text but 
 not the menu in the page.
 Thank you.
 

What menu? There's no menu inside the page...

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Re: [xwiki-users] Help with custom display

2008-03-26 Thread JavaCupiX
Thanks to Sergui who pointed out the different states (edit, view,...) I
made the following changes to my code so that you still be able to edit a
property with a custom display so here it is for the String property type.
I'm wondering if there is such a thing like $object.getEditor() but couldn't
find it in the jdoc.

#if(type == view)
b$value/b
#elseif($type == edit)
input type='text' name='$prefix$name' value='$value' /
#end



On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 4:41 PM, javacupix [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 Sure, feel free to use it, as I consider myself as a big noob in the xwiki
 universe I wasn't sure about giving it a FAQ entry


 [Ricardo Rodríguez] wrote:
 
  Thanks! Don't you think is worth a FAQ entry for this issue? I will
 create
  one based on your example if you don't mind. Thanks!
 
  Best,
 
  Ricardo
 
 

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Re: [xwiki-users] Help with custom display

2008-03-26 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

Thanks to Sergui who pointed out the different states (edit, view,...) I
 made the following changes to my code so that you still be able to edit a
 property with a custom display so here it is for the String property type.
 I'm wondering if there is such a thing like $object.getEditor() but
 couldn't
 find it in the jdoc.


There's 2 things available :

   - #if( $context.action == 'edit') (you could replace edit with delete,
   addobject, inline ...)
   - #if( $!request.editor == 'wiki') (you could replace wiki with
   wysiwyg, object, class ...)

Is this what you were lookig for ?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Help with custom display

2008-03-26 Thread JavaCupiX
Yes, this is what I was looking for, but how do I bring up the editor? For
example in the case of a Wysiwyg edit.

On 3/26/08, Guillaume Lerouge [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi,


 Thanks to Sergui who pointed out the different states (edit, view,...) I
  made the following changes to my code so that you still be able to edit
 a
  property with a custom display so here it is for the String property
 type.
  I'm wondering if there is such a thing like $object.getEditor() but
  couldn't
  find it in the jdoc.
 


 There's 2 things available :

- #if( $context.action == 'edit') (you could replace edit with delete,
addobject, inline ...)
- #if( $!request.editor == 'wiki') (you could replace wiki with
wysiwyg, object, class ...)

 Is this what you were lookig for ?


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Re: [xwiki-users] Help with custom display

2008-03-26 Thread Sergiu Dumitriu
JavaCupiX wrote:
 Yes, this is what I was looking for, but how do I bring up the editor? For
 example in the case of a Wysiwyg edit.

You shouldn't... You should call $doc.display($name, edit, $object)

 On 3/26/08, Guillaume Lerouge [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi,


 Thanks to Sergui who pointed out the different states (edit, view,...) I
 made the following changes to my code so that you still be able to edit
 a
 property with a custom display so here it is for the String property
 type.
 I'm wondering if there is such a thing like $object.getEditor() but
 couldn't
 find it in the jdoc.


 There's 2 things available :

- #if( $context.action == 'edit') (you could replace edit with delete,
addobject, inline ...)
- #if( $!request.editor == 'wiki') (you could replace wiki with
wysiwyg, object, class ...)

 Is this what you were lookig for ?


 Guillaume



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Re: [xwiki-users] Help with custom display

2008-03-26 Thread JavaCupiX
Thanks a lot... I start getting the whole thing

On 3/26/08, Sergiu Dumitriu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 JavaCupiX wrote:
  Yes, this is what I was looking for, but how do I bring up the editor?
 For
  example in the case of a Wysiwyg edit.


 You shouldn't... You should call $doc.display($name, edit, $object)


  On 3/26/08, Guillaume Lerouge [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Hi,
 
 
  Thanks to Sergui who pointed out the different states (edit, view,...)
 I
  made the following changes to my code so that you still be able to
 edit
  a
  property with a custom display so here it is for the String property
  type.
  I'm wondering if there is such a thing like $object.getEditor() but
  couldn't
  find it in the jdoc.
 
 
  There's 2 things available :
 
 - #if( $context.action == 'edit') (you could replace edit with
 delete,
 addobject, inline ...)
 - #if( $!request.editor == 'wiki') (you could replace wiki with
 wysiwyg, object, class ...)
 
  Is this what you were lookig for ?
 
 
  Guillaume
 



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[xwiki-users] Categories or Tags

2008-03-26 Thread JLarrazabal
I am looking for the ability to categorize entries in xwiki.  Has anyone 
done this?  How do I go about making this happen?

Thanks!
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Re: [xwiki-users] Help with custom display

2008-03-26 Thread [Ricardo Rodriguez] Your EPEC Network ICT Team
Hi!

JavaCupiX wrote:
 Thanks a lot... I start getting the whole thing
Thus, please, could you create this FAQ entry? I am afraid that I am far 
beyond you are! Thanks.

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Re: [xwiki-users] Categories or Tags

2008-03-26 Thread [Ricardo Rodriguez] Your EPEC Network ICT Team
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Spaces? Tags on each document? Author? Date of creation? I think any of 
these and many other variables could be use to creates group XWiki 
documents.

To the best of my knowledge, hierarchical spaces are also on their way.

It is not clear to me what are you looking for... could you elaborate? 
Thanks!

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Re: [xwiki-users] special rights

2008-03-26 Thread [Ricardo Rodriguez] Your EPEC Network ICT Team
Hi Gabriela,

Gabriela Radu wrote:
 i was talking about a menu that i create inside...some links actually. and i 
 don't want the user to be able to edit anything there.

I more or less can figure out what you need. Our take was to use a space 
as metaphor for a what we could call a document (a paper, report,...) 
The WebHome of this space will held the table of contents and each entry 
in this toc will point to a different XWiki document. You can them 
manage the access to each of the entries on a per user basis and 
restrict the capability of doing changes in the WebHome to whom you want.

It is of course possible to control who can read a section of a document 
using #if-#else-#end structures, but users that can read the document 
can see the used code. And users with edit rights can change it, of course.

Another options could be to use any other available XWiki technique to 
construct the document, #include for instance, and add some link to 
edit the sections each user has edit access to. Just an idea... XWiki is 
plenty of options to do what you are looking for... the point is to 
formalize it :-(

There is a thread somewhere in the lists where some topic related with 
publishing were discussed. Somebody said that XWiki was not meant to be 
a complete publishing solution, just a tool to draw a draft. I am not so 
sure about this. Of course I have not skills enough, yet, to go ahead 
with such a project, but XWiki seems to me to be a perfect platform to 
construct the draft that will be enter any other professional publishing 
environment (just thinking about things like FrameMaker, Arbotek, or any 
FOSS alternative...).

Thanks for your time,

Ricardo

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Ricardo Rodríguez
Your EPEC Network ICT Team

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[xwiki-users] Upgrade Groovy Version?

2008-03-26 Thread Frank Haefemeier
Hi there,

I am still testing my migration from 0.9 to 1.3. During this test I got 
an exception in a groovy code part. This exception is described in 
http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/GROOVY-1406.

Are there any plans to upgrade to a newer version? As I can see xwiki
use 1.0-rc6. I upgrade by myself to 1.5.4 and the exception in my code
was gone. It seems to work...

Bye
Frank

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