starting a few days ago, our XWiki application isn't running anymore.
After restarting Tomcat, the following Stacktrace is shown. The XWiki
version is 5.2.1. The logfiles mostly also show this stacktrace.
Any help is welcome, thank you in advance.
How can I correct date format (to include leading zeros) in faq application? I
suppose, that changing the default language of my wiki to 'pl' has broken the
format and now 'Creation date' in list of faq entries looks like '2016-04-15
Haha, that's it. Thank you. Regards, Matthias
Am 18.04.2016 um 10:31 schrieb Marius Dumitru Florea [via XWiki]:
> On Sat, Apr 16, 2016 at 9:46 PM, Matthias Wegner <[hidden email]
> > Hi Users,
> > i want to hide the header bar on the login screen and marked for that
ok, I traced the problem to PlantUML. I have several diagrams in the manual,
and every page with a diagram does not export right. But it's my fault, I
have been modifying the macro to output SVG images instead of PNG images, so
that I can embed clickable links in them. I rolled back the macro
darn. there seems to be a bug when exporting in chrome. I checked exporting
in IE, and it worked fine. But in chrome it seemed to display gibberish to
the screen. So I saved the gibberish to a text file, and started doing some
detective work. Comparing side by side the outputs of both IE and
This is still refactoring concept even if it might not appear in the
rename UI :)
Such a listener would probably make more sense in the refactoring module.
On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 5:37 PM, Eduard Moraru wrote:
> Not sure refactoring is the right place.
> IMO, it should
On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 5:45 PM, Sebastian Schabbach
> only to ensure what is going on. I am right that all extentions are listeted
> in the 'installed extentions' list I can find on the wiki administrations
> I would like to check your
Yes! this is probably what I need. I will have to test. I see it is possible to
export directly from a program, correct? in other words, no user involvment.
From: Marius Dumitru Florea [via XWiki]
Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2016 5:05 AM
Subject: Re: Printable Index
only to ensure what is going on. I am right that all extentions are listeted in
the 'installed extentions' list I can find on the wiki administrations page.
I would like to check your assumptions against our wiki installation. So I
guess if the addons are installed, I must found them
Thanks for the quick response. I had looked at the VelocityTools page several
times before posting. Unfortunately it wasn't very useful to me as a beginner
as there weren't any examples of how to use it (and I couldn't deduce the
syntax and requirements from looking at the source of the tools).
Not sure refactoring is the right place.
IMO, it should be generically handled by some listener for moving any
document having a class inside it (and fixing all the objects). But for
that we would first need to have a DocumentRenam(ing/ed)Event being
triggered by the rename operation(s).
Not entirely related to this topic, but I also notice from those logs that
you seem to be using the colibri skin in 7.4.
Note that in 8.0 we have officially deprecated the Colibri skin and, since
you are doing the upgrade, you should start looking at the Flamingo skin
You can also look at
http://rendering.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/ExtendingMacro for more
On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 3:54 PM, Eduard Moraru wrote:
> You could look at a very simple "userAvatar" macro for inspiration:
Indeed the documentation of
does talk about a XWiki.Xuake page.
On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 3:44 PM, Hamster wrote:
> It seems to be a part of...
okay... Where you can find the information that it seems to be part oft he
Groovy Console Application?
Von: users [mailto:users-boun...@xwiki.org] Im Auftrag von Hamster
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 20. April 2016 15:45
You could look at a very simple "userAvatar" macro for inspiration:
Normally, you should:
It seems to be a part of...
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On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 9:51 AM, Thomas Wendel wrote:
> I am evaluating the XWiki Rendering Framework for a project of ours.
> It was no problem to create a little POC to render some sample XWiki syntax
> into HTML. Next I tried to write a little colour macro
There is no such thing as "ACE editor" (I don't even see what "ACE"
could be about in this context) in standard XWiki and XWiki.Xuake page
is definitely nothing standard.
What I understand from your log is that there is various syntax errors
thanks for your reply. As far as I know we don't use any extention, It must be
the "core system". But As I see there are also error messages in the tomcat
I can't find any "ACE editor" extension on http://extensions.xwiki.org so
it's hard to tell what the problem is without being able to reproduce.
On Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 2:42 PM, Sebastian Schabbach wrote:
> Dear all,
> a view weeks ago we updated our xwiki application
When you export a page as PDF you have the option to include a "Table of
Contents" ("List headings at the beginning of the PDF document, usually
right after the cover page."). The generated Table of Contents shows the
page numbers (where each section is located). See
I am evaluating the XWiki Rendering Framework for a project of ours.
It was no problem to create a little POC to render some sample XWiki syntax
into HTML. Next I tried to write a little colour macro that simply renders
some text in a colour which is specified as a macro parameter. However,
On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 9:43 AM, Thomas Mortagne
> The main issue is probably that moving a class is not that simple
> right now, when you move the class defining all the application
> entries they all end up broken (they keep referencing the old class
This stack trace looks more like a consequence than a cause. You
probably have another error before this one, if you don't see anything
it probably means you need to enable Tomcat startup log.
The main issue is probably that moving a class is not that simple
right now, when you move the class defining all the application
entries they all end up broken (they keep referencing the old class
location). We need to add support for it in the refactoring module.
On Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 10:21
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