So I am writing this Quality Manual using XWiki; The main manual is one page,
has many headings, and a TOC. There's also a bunch of supporting procedures,
all linked to one another, and the system is really slick
The problem is, we sometimes need to hand out hard printed copies of the
our XWiki installation isn't running anymore. After restarting Tomcat, there
is always the stacktrace below. No change to content has been made, afaik.
Any help is most welcome. The XWiki version is 5.2.1 according to the
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> On 19 Apr 2016, at 22:02, Ryszard Łach wrote:
> Is there a way to migrate (xwiki 7.2.4) an application created via
> AppWithinMInutes to another node in the same wiki tree, with all documents
> created by the app ? The easy way (move parent document
Is there a way to migrate (xwiki 7.2.4) an application created via
AppWithinMInutes to another node in the same wiki tree, with all documents
created by the app ? The easy way (move parent document with all children)
doesn't seem to work.
> On 19 Apr 2016, at 19:18, Mahomed Hussein wrote:
> I started off on something I thought would be simple, but my limited
> knowledge is failing me and Google isn’t bringing up anything useful.
> Basically, I have a url that returns JSON content (for the
I started off on something I thought would be simple, but my limited knowledge
is failing me and Google isn’t bringing up anything useful.
Basically, I have a url that returns JSON content (for the sake of this example
– assume the url is https://status.com/api/status.json)
This is a great contribution! Thanks!
I’ve added it to
Waiting for even more contributions now ;)
I’m curious: what do you like the most in XWiki?
> On 07 Apr 2016, at
> On 14 Apr 2016, at 21:59, Thibaut DEVERAUX wrote:
> Thanks ! Totem seems pretty intersting.
> Theorically "ImageOnTop" should do the job.
> I created a section with ImageOnTop display.
> In "edit elements of this section" / advanced, I added the
still can’t help you without the error…
> On 15 Apr 2016, at 18:55, Daniel Ullfig wrote:
> here is the code I'm working on; it's in a page called PlantUMLMacroGClass;
> I'm modifying plantuml to output svg instead of png so it is clickable and
> can contain
> On 18 Apr 2016, at 19:32, Andrew Kuang wrote:
> Thank you for the responses, Vincent and Marius.
> After playing around with the HTML macro, I came across a potential
> solution. It appears that all the XWiki-created pages reside within certain
That's because what Mohamed is referring is the old (3.x) HttpClient
and not the new (4.x) one which have different (sometime very
The main issue you have is probably the fact that XWiki does not ask
the client for credential by default since anonymous access is valid.
a view weeks ago we updated our xwiki application from version 6.2 to version
7.4, but since upgrading the wiki we encountered several problems with the ACE
editor. The problems causes unexpected behaviors (loading the article content
in the ace editor will never end due to
This is not really an XWiki-related question as much as it`s a standard
HTML form one.
You want to create a simple (1 button) HTML form that submits to the
current page and the result is to be handled with velocity to check if the
request has the button clicked and execute some other
When you don't understand what is wrong the best is usually to enable
debug log to follow step by step what the authenticator is doing.
On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 9:28 PM,
On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 7:21 PM, Ecaterina Moraru (Valica) <
> Hi Tim,
> Have you tried using AWM?
> After you have the structure you can try to modify the Sheet page and add
Thanks for the link. it´s still not really helping me with my question. )
Von: Mohamed Boussaa [mailto:mohamed.bous...@xwiki.com]
Gesendet: Montag, 18. April 2016 17:41
An: XWiki Users
Betreff: Re: [xwiki-users] XWiki Button with ActionListener?
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