[xwiki-users] [myxwiki] new wiki request

2011-03-21 Thread Stefan Leon Orzu
Hi, I would like to create a wiki on myxwiki.org which I will use for a 
school project, for collaborative documents and resource sharing.
The Wiki's name should be HCI (comes from Human-Computer Interaction), 
so the url would be hci.myxwiki.org
The myxwiki account I created is sorzu, and I would be its main 
aministrator.

Thanks,
Stefan Orzu.
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Re: [xwiki-users] Remapping Meta+G Shortcut

2011-03-21 Thread phancox

Sergiu Dumitriu-2 wrote:
 
 On 03/18/2011 08:06 AM, phancox wrote:
 gt; Is it possible to remap the Meta+G (Ctrl+G in Windows) to another
 key?
 
 The key is configured as a translation string. You can either change it 
 in your translation, or create a new wiki document where you post the 
 new value and register that document as a document translation bundle in 
 the administration.
 
 core.viewers.jump.shortcuts='Meta+G', 'Ctrl+G', 'Ctrl+/', 'Meta+/'
 core.viewers.jump.quickLinksText=Jump to any page in the wiki (Meta+G)
 
 Seems that Ctrl+/ is also bound in Chrome (at least in Linux), to Select 
 All.
 
 gt; Just switched from Firefox to Chrome and Chrome captures Ctrl+G for
 gt; searching.
 gt;
 gt; Also noticed that the default Welcome page in XWiki 2.7 has minor
 layout
 gt; problems when displayed in Chrome.  The Xwiki.org Playground (version
 2.6.2)
 gt; appears to be OK.  Anyone else seen this.  e.g., the spaces column
 drops the
 gt; text to the right of the icon onto the line below.
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Forgive my ignorance but I'm not sure where to find the document you mean
when you say change it in your translation.

When you're referring to translation bundle, is this the same as for
internationalisation?

Thanks again for your assistance.

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[xwiki-users] Add a form in a ClassSheet page

2011-03-21 Thread Pidoux75
Hello all 

I've a problem with IE (tried with IE7 and IE8, same result) in adding in a
ClassSheet page a really simple form like:



1
2
3



No problem in view mode, but when I go in inline mode then:

 - if I try to Save and Continue I got a error message like Error :
'this.form' is Null or not an object and debug target line in
actionButton.js and I stay blocked on the page with Saving... animation.

 - if I click on Save and View, nothing happens (no error or anything
else) but I stay also blocked on the page.

I got none problem with FireFox...

Has someone could help me? 



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Re: [xwiki-users] Add a form in a ClassSheet page

2011-03-21 Thread Pidoux75
For info, I tested with XWiki version 2.7 and 2.7.1


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Re: [xwiki-users] Gallery Macro

2011-03-21 Thread Marius Dumitru Florea
On 03/17/2011 07:42 PM, Gérard Turmel wrote:
 Hi

 I'am trying to have a repository of image managed in the xWiki for my 
 commercial team .


 Is it possible with gallery macro to copy  the current image in the clipboard
 with a right clic in the browser  (and to be pasted in some local editor) ?

I opened http://jira.xwiki.org/jira/browse/XWIKI-6143 .

Thanks,
Marius


 Thanks.

 Le 17/03/2011 16:42, Vincent Massol a écrit :
 Hi everyone,

 myxwiki.org has been upgraded to XE 3.0 Milestone 3. If you own a wiki 
 hosted there you should have a look at the release notes for this version at:
 http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/ReleaseNotes/

 We also strongly recommend an upgrade to the latest wiki version. To upgrade 
 you must download the corresponding XWiki XAR from :
 http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/Download

 And follow the upgrade guide available at :
 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/Installation#HUpgradingwikidocuments

 To be notified of the myxwiki.org server upgrade you can follow myxwiki on 
 twitter:
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Re: [xwiki-users] Remapping Meta+G Shortcut

2011-03-21 Thread Marius Dumitru Florea
On 03/21/2011 10:44 AM, phancox wrote:

 Sergiu Dumitriu-2 wrote:

 On 03/18/2011 08:06 AM, phancox wrote:
 gt; Is it possible to remap the Meta+G (Ctrl+G in Windows) to another
 key?

 The key is configured as a translation string. You can either change it
 in your translation, or create a new wiki document where you post the
 new value and register that document as a document translation bundle in
 the administration.

 core.viewers.jump.shortcuts='Meta+G', 'Ctrl+G', 'Ctrl+/', 'Meta+/'
 core.viewers.jump.quickLinksText=Jump to any page in the wiki (Meta+G)

 Seems that Ctrl+/ is also bound in Chrome (at least in Linux), to Select
 All.

 gt; Just switched from Firefox to Chrome and Chrome captures Ctrl+G for
 gt; searching.
 gt;
 gt; Also noticed that the default Welcome page in XWiki 2.7 has minor
 layout
 gt; problems when displayed in Chrome.  The Xwiki.org Playground (version
 2.6.2)
 gt; appears to be OK.  Anyone else seen this.  e.g., the spaces column
 drops the
 gt; text to the right of the icon onto the line below.
 gt;
 gt; --
 gt; View this message in context:
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 Forgive my ignorance but I'm not sure where to find the document you mean
 when you say change it in your translation.

You have to extract ApplicationResources.properties file(s) matching 
your language(s) from the xwiki-core jar, modify it and place it in 
WEB-INF/classes directory, so that it overwrites the one(s) from the 
xwiki-core jar. Finally, restart your wiki.


 When you're referring to translation bundle, is this the same as for
 internationalisation?

Yes.

Hope this helps,
Marius


 Thanks again for your assistance.

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Re: [xwiki-users] Remapping Meta+G Shortcut

2011-03-21 Thread phancox

Marius Dumitru Florea wrote:
 
 On 03/21/2011 10:44 AM, phancox wrote:
 gt;
 gt; Sergiu Dumitriu-2 wrote:
 gt;gt;
 gt;gt; On 03/18/2011 08:06 AM, phancox wrote:
 gt;gt; amp;gt; Is it possible to remap the Meta+G (Ctrl+G in Windows)
 to another
 gt;gt; key?
 gt;gt;
 gt;gt; The key is configured as a translation string. You can either
 change it
 gt;gt; in your translation, or create a new wiki document where you post
 the
 gt;gt; new value and register that document as a document translation
 bundle in
 gt;gt; the administration.
 gt;gt;
 gt;gt; core.viewers.jump.shortcuts='Meta+G', 'Ctrl+G', 'Ctrl+/',
 'Meta+/'
 gt;gt; core.viewers.jump.quickLinksText=Jump to any page in the wiki
 (Meta+G)
 gt;gt;
 gt;gt; Seems that Ctrl+/ is also bound in Chrome (at least in Linux), to
 Select
 gt;gt; All.
 gt;gt;
 
 gt; Forgive my ignorance but I'm not sure where to find the document you
 mean
 gt; when you say quot;change it in your translationquot;.
 
 You have to extract ApplicationResources.properties file(s) matching 
 your language(s) from the xwiki-core jar, modify it and place it in 
 WEB-INF/classes directory, so that it overwrites the one(s) from the 
 xwiki-core jar. Finally, restart your wiki.
 
 gt;
 gt; When you're referring to translation bundle, is this the same as for
 gt; internationalisation?
 
 Yes.
 
 Hope this helps,
 Marius
 
 gt;
 gt; Thanks again for your assistance.
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Yes managed to get that all working fine.  Remapped to use Ctrl+Z instead of
Ctrl+G.  Interestingly, after doing this, Firefox maps Ctrl+G to find
(similar to Chrome).  Appears as if both browsers have the same mappings but
Chrome grabs the key first before passing to XWiki, whereas Firefox gives
XWiki first crack at the key?

Another ignorant question; what is the Meta key under Windows?  The panel
refers to Meta+G and Ctrl+G does what the Meta+G keys should do.  But
is there another key sequence, or does Meta+G under Windows just mean
Ctrl+G?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Remapping Meta+G Shortcut

2011-03-21 Thread Sergiu Dumitriu
On 03/21/2011 12:22 PM, phancox wrote:

 Marius Dumitru Florea wrote:

 On 03/21/2011 10:44 AM, phancox wrote:
 gt;
 gt; Sergiu Dumitriu-2 wrote:
 gt;gt;
 gt;gt; On 03/18/2011 08:06 AM, phancox wrote:
 gt;gt;amp;gt; Is it possible to remap the Meta+G (Ctrl+G in Windows)
 to another
 gt;gt; key?
 gt;gt;
 gt;gt; The key is configured as a translation string. You can either
 change it
 gt;gt; in your translation, or create a new wiki document where you post
 the
 gt;gt; new value and register that document as a document translation
 bundle in
 gt;gt; the administration.
 gt;gt;
 gt;gt; core.viewers.jump.shortcuts='Meta+G', 'Ctrl+G', 'Ctrl+/',
 'Meta+/'
 gt;gt; core.viewers.jump.quickLinksText=Jump to any page in the wiki
 (Meta+G)
 gt;gt;
 gt;gt; Seems that Ctrl+/ is also bound in Chrome (at least in Linux), to
 Select
 gt;gt; All.
 gt;gt;

 gt; Forgive my ignorance but I'm not sure where to find the document you
 mean
 gt; when you sayquot;change it in your translationquot;.

 You have to extract ApplicationResources.properties file(s) matching
 your language(s) from the xwiki-core jar, modify it and place it in
 WEB-INF/classes directory, so that it overwrites the one(s) from the
 xwiki-core jar. Finally, restart your wiki.

 gt;
 gt; When you're referring to translation bundle, is this the same as for
 gt; internationalisation?

 Yes.

 Hope this helps,
 Marius

 gt;
 gt; Thanks again for your assistance.
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 Yes managed to get that all working fine.  Remapped to use Ctrl+Z instead of
 Ctrl+G.  Interestingly, after doing this, Firefox maps Ctrl+G to find
 (similar to Chrome).  Appears as if both browsers have the same mappings but
 Chrome grabs the key first before passing to XWiki, whereas Firefox gives
 XWiki first crack at the key?

Yes, Ctrl+G is find next. Even with the Ctrl+G mapping in XWiki, if 
the windows doesn't have the proper focus (try clicking on the address 
bar), Ctrl+G will show the find dialog.

 Another ignorant question; what is the Meta key under Windows?  The panel
 refers to Meta+G and Ctrl+G does what the Meta+G keys should do.  But
 is there another key sequence, or does Meta+G under Windows just mean
 Ctrl+G?

Meta = the Windows key, the one with the win logo on it, usually 
between Ctrl and Alt. It's bad to call it the Windows key in a 
multi-OS environment, where it maps to the Apple key on macs, and it's 
wrong to say Windows to GNU/Linux users.

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Re: [xwiki-users] Remapping Meta+G Shortcut

2011-03-21 Thread phancox

Sergiu Dumitriu-2 wrote:
 
 On 03/21/2011 12:22 PM, phancox wrote:
 Meta = the quot;Windowsquot; key, the one with the win logo on it,
 usually 
 between Ctrl and Alt. It's bad to call it the quot;Windows keyquot; in a 
 multi-OS environment, where it maps to the Apple key on macs, and it's 
 wrong to say quot;Windowsquot; to GNU/Linux users.
 
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I thought that's what it might have been but pressing the Windows key with
G takes me to the Windows gadgets.  And Windows key with the newly
mapped Z doesn't appear to do anything.  In short, Windows as a Meta
key doesn't appear to work for me at all.

Not a problem, happy to use Ctrl; just curious as to how Windows is
supposed to work as a Meta key.

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Re: [xwiki-users] Remapping Meta+G Shortcut

2011-03-21 Thread Sergiu Dumitriu
On 03/21/2011 12:39 PM, phancox wrote:

 Sergiu Dumitriu-2 wrote:

 On 03/21/2011 12:22 PM, phancox wrote:
 Meta = thequot;Windowsquot; key, the one with the win logo on it,
 usually
 between Ctrl and Alt. It's bad to call it thequot;Windows keyquot; in a
 multi-OS environment, where it maps to the Apple key on macs, and it's
 wrong to sayquot;Windowsquot; to GNU/Linux users.

 I thought that's what it might have been but pressing the Windows key with
 G takes me to the Windows gadgets.  And Windows key with the newly
 mapped Z doesn't appear to do anything.  In short, Windows as a Meta
 key doesn't appear to work for me at all.

Win7? It used to work well in XP.

 Not a problem, happy to use Ctrl; just curious as to how Windows is
 supposed to work as a Meta key.

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Re: [xwiki-users] Remapping Meta+G Shortcut

2011-03-21 Thread phancox

Sergiu Dumitriu-2 wrote:
 
 On 03/21/2011 12:39 PM, phancox wrote:
 gt;
 gt; Sergiu Dumitriu-2 wrote:
 gt;gt;
 gt;gt; On 03/21/2011 12:22 PM, phancox wrote:
 gt;gt; Meta = theamp;quot;Windowsamp;quot; key, the one with the win
 logo on it,
 gt;gt; usually
 gt;gt; between Ctrl and Alt. It's bad to call it theamp;quot;Windows
 keyamp;quot; in a
 gt;gt; multi-OS environment, where it maps to the Apple key on macs, and
 it's
 gt;gt; wrong to sayamp;quot;Windowsamp;quot; to GNU/Linux users.
 gt;gt;
 gt; I thought that's what it might have been but pressing the
 quot;Windowsquot; key with
 gt; quot;Gquot; takes me to the Windows gadgets.  And
 quot;Windowsquot; key with the newly
 gt; mapped quot;Zquot; doesn't appear to do anything.  In short,
 quot;Windowsquot; as a quot;Metaquot;
 gt; key doesn't appear to work for me at all.
 
 Win7? It used to work well in XP.
 
 gt; Not a problem, happy to use quot;Ctrlquot;; just curious as to how
 quot;Windowsquot; is
 gt; supposed to work as a quot;Metaquot; key.
 
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Yes, Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

Tried it on one of my test machines that is running XP using Internet
Explorer and it didn't work there either.  Access was via remote desktop
(test machine is a VM) but I wouldn't have expected that to make a
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Re: [xwiki-users] Drop mailing lists in favor of a forum software

2011-03-21 Thread Vincent Massol

On Mar 14, 2011, at 11:33 AM, Andreas Hahn wrote:

 Am 14.03.2011 09:16, schrieb Vincent Massol:
 On Mar 13, 2011, at 10:00 PM, Andreas Hahn wrote:
 
 Am 10.03.2011 17:39, schrieb Paul Libbrecht:
 Please contradict me!
 Paul,
 actually - how could I do this ?
 I'm not an expert in forum software so I'd to go for the naive approach
 - comparing features e.t.c.
 
 I was hoping for some insight that it is beneficial for the whole
 project to encourage users first to browse and then to participate -
 even if it means  for you and the others around here to give up beloved
 habits.
 
 Anyway - I'm not going to push you guys back to the future of Web 2.0.
 
 Given the lame participation when compared to the survey 4 years ago it
 seems to me that quite some people have already left the boat and it may
 not matter anymore.
 I'm not sure how to read your last 2 paragraphs.
 
 Just note that fro my POV there's no you and me here. There's only a 
 global community and you're part of it. That said at some point some people 
 are going to need to work to make it happen, this is where the distinction 
 will happen. How far are you willing to help? Maybe a first step would be 
 that you help find either a forum software that fits the bill or a hosted 
 service that would work for us.
 
  From the people who answered so far my feeling is that:
 * people seem to agree in general that at least for users a forum would be 
 nicer
 * since xwiki committers provide a substantial amount of answers to the user 
 list as of today it would be nice that they can continue to have the 
 information coming to me
 
 For my own FOSS project I'm hoping to start soon - I'll be going with 
 http://stackoverflow.com. Providing support means checking the site for 
 tagged questions a couple of times a day. It's just one mouse click. For me 
 it makes no real difference in getting mails or checking a forum as long as 
 you have a one-click list of open topics.

[snip]

Well, stackoverflow.com is one global site for all questions, it's not a tool 
you can install or host.

It's part of stackexchange which is list of QA sites.

FYI, I've contacted the guys just to check what is the process to get such a 
site and here's their answer:


All of our sites are created through a process we call Area 51. It is the 
staging area to propose Stack Exchange sites to the community and, if it gains 
enough support, we create the site. Stack Exchange sites can only be created 
via the democratic, community-driven process at Area 51. You can read more 
about that process here: http://area51.stackexchange.com/faq. 


Thanks
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Re: [xwiki-users] Drop mailing lists in favor of a forum software

2011-03-21 Thread Vincent Massol
One thing that I find really great and I would be totally in favor of doing 
something similar for xwiki.org:


Amass enough reputation points and Area 51 grant you additional privileges:

25  Propose example questions
50  Create proposals
50  Vote for questions as great examples
50  Flag proposals or example questions
50  Leave comments on example questions
150 Vote for questions as not a good example
250 Vote to close or reopen your proposals
1000Edit other people's proposals and example questions
2000Vote to close or reopen any proposal
1   Delete questions and closed proposals; access to moderation tools


Let's see what we could come up with (imaginary scale I have no idea how 
easy/hard points are awarded by answering questions):

* 5000 allowed to add one issue to the roadmap for the next release ;)
* 50 ability to contribute a project in contrib repo
* 1 ability to vote on project directions (binding votes)
* 100 right to close issues on jira
* 250 ability to get one's own free wiki on myxwiki.org (would be kind of cool 
I think - especially since it'll prove community interaction and thus the 
ability to ask the community for myxwiki support)

I'm sure we can find lots more.

WDYT?

Thanks
-Vincent 

On Mar 21, 2011, at 2:58 PM, Vincent Massol wrote:

 
 On Mar 14, 2011, at 11:33 AM, Andreas Hahn wrote:
 
 Am 14.03.2011 09:16, schrieb Vincent Massol:
 On Mar 13, 2011, at 10:00 PM, Andreas Hahn wrote:
 
 Am 10.03.2011 17:39, schrieb Paul Libbrecht:
 Please contradict me!
 Paul,
 actually - how could I do this ?
 I'm not an expert in forum software so I'd to go for the naive approach
 - comparing features e.t.c.
 
 I was hoping for some insight that it is beneficial for the whole
 project to encourage users first to browse and then to participate -
 even if it means  for you and the others around here to give up beloved
 habits.
 
 Anyway - I'm not going to push you guys back to the future of Web 2.0.
 
 Given the lame participation when compared to the survey 4 years ago it
 seems to me that quite some people have already left the boat and it may
 not matter anymore.
 I'm not sure how to read your last 2 paragraphs.
 
 Just note that fro my POV there's no you and me here. There's only a 
 global community and you're part of it. That said at some point some people 
 are going to need to work to make it happen, this is where the distinction 
 will happen. How far are you willing to help? Maybe a first step would be 
 that you help find either a forum software that fits the bill or a hosted 
 service that would work for us.
 
 From the people who answered so far my feeling is that:
 * people seem to agree in general that at least for users a forum would be 
 nicer
 * since xwiki committers provide a substantial amount of answers to the 
 user list as of today it would be nice that they can continue to have the 
 information coming to me
 
 For my own FOSS project I'm hoping to start soon - I'll be going with 
 http://stackoverflow.com. Providing support means checking the site for 
 tagged questions a couple of times a day. It's just one mouse click. For me 
 it makes no real difference in getting mails or checking a forum as long as 
 you have a one-click list of open topics.
 
 [snip]
 
 Well, stackoverflow.com is one global site for all questions, it's not a tool 
 you can install or host.
 
 It's part of stackexchange which is list of QA sites.
 
 FYI, I've contacted the guys just to check what is the process to get such a 
 site and here's their answer:
 
 
 All of our sites are created through a process we call Area 51. It is the 
 staging area to propose Stack Exchange sites to the community and, if it 
 gains enough support, we create the site. Stack Exchange sites can only be 
 created via the democratic, community-driven process at Area 51. You can read 
 more about that process here: http://area51.stackexchange.com/faq. 
 
 
 Thanks
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Re: [xwiki-users] Drop mailing lists in favor of a forum software

2011-03-21 Thread Andreas Hahn
Am 21.03.2011 15:11, schrieb Vincent Massol:
 One thing that I find really great and I would be totally in favor of doing 
 something similar for xwiki.org:

 
 Amass enough reputation points and Area 51 grant you additional privileges:

 25Propose example questions
 50Create proposals
 50Vote for questions as great examples
 50Flag proposals or example questions
 50Leave comments on example questions
 150   Vote for questions as not a good example
 250   Vote to close or reopen your proposals
 1000  Edit other people's proposals and example questions
 2000  Vote to close or reopen any proposal
 1 Delete questions and closed proposals; access to moderation tools
 

I like that too but I think the most compelling factor (about 
stackoverflow) is that its pretty simple to identify the most important 
information without too much reading and searching. Provided there are 
enough answers at all the reputation score helps identifying the best 
answers.  And with the  positive browsing experience as a user people 
might be encouraged to help others too. I guess there are quite a few 
active advisors that escape their routine jobs this way and share their 
knowledge on some particular topic.

bye
Andreas

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[xwiki-users] XE 2.7.1 Office Preview nor Macro NOT Working

2011-03-21 Thread Ramon Gomes Brandão - SERINT
Hi, 

I've could get my upgrade from 2.4.3 to 2.7.1 working in my test environment. 
The new features seem remarkable indeed, but one of the most important for our 
XWiki instance is not working properly: the Office Preview in attachments of 
Office Macro. The little eye right beside the edit and delete buttons on the 
attachments sections doesn't appear. Is there something I'm missing? Any 
configuration steps required? 

If I try the office macro, I get an exception: 
org.xwiki.rendering.macro.MacroExecutionException: Failed to view office 
attachment.
 and Caused by: java.lang.Exception: Attachment [name = 
[DescricaoSGAeSGA1.doc], type = [ATTACHMENT], parent = [name = [WebHome], type 
= [DOCUMENT], parent = [name = [Main], type = [SPACE], parent = [name = 
[xwiki], type = [WIKI], parent = [null] does not exist., but the 
attachment is really there, showed in the attachments section. 

How can I handle this? 


Ramon Gomes Brandão


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Re: [xwiki-users] XE 2.7.1 Office Preview nor Macro NOT Working

2011-03-21 Thread Sergiu Dumitriu
On 03/21/2011 11:06 PM, Ramon Gomes Brandão - SERINT wrote:
 Hi,

 I've could get my upgrade from 2.4.3 to 2.7.1 working in my test environment. 
 The new features seem remarkable indeed, but one of the most important for 
 our XWiki instance is not working properly: the Office Preview in attachments 
 of Office Macro. The little eye right beside the edit and delete buttons on 
 the attachments sections doesn't appear. Is there something I'm missing? Any 
 configuration steps required?

 If I try the office macro, I get an exception: 
 org.xwiki.rendering.macro.MacroExecutionException: Failed to view office 
 attachment.
  and Caused by: java.lang.Exception: Attachment [name = 
 [DescricaoSGAeSGA1.doc], type = [ATTACHMENT], parent = [name = [WebHome], 
 type = [DOCUMENT], parent = [name = [Main], type = [SPACE], parent = [name = 
 [xwiki], type = [WIKI], parent = [null] does not exist., but the 
 attachment is really there, showed in the attachments section.

If you try to download the attachment, is it valid? This error could 
mean that although the attachment appears there, it's content is 
actually empty.

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[xwiki-users] Comment Moderation , Right approach

2011-03-21 Thread Anjankumar . Panda
Hello XwikiUsers,

Greetings for the day.

Need to know the best approach  form your experience in Xwiki  to 
implement comment moderation .I could not find any topic in forum related 
to this .

The appoach i've taken is this 

Initiating a new boolean  property isApproved  in XwikiComments Class

Modifying inlinecomments.vm  to have an approve link in similar way to 
delete

I'm getting stuck in the second point being not sure what would be the URL 
to update that property .


Thanks in advance 

Regards,
Anjankumar Panda



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