Figured it out over the weekend:
where doc.parent = ‘Parent Full Name’
Guess I was trying to make it more complicated than it actually was.
> On Apr 8, 2016, at 7:51 AM, Personal <je...@abrightfamily.com> wrote:
> Per the Query Module documentation:
Per the Query Module documentation:
List of child spaces: select
space.name from XWikiSpace as space where space.parent = 'Parent Space’
List of all nested documents in a space:where doc.space like 'Space' or
doc.space like 'Space.%’
Is it possible to pass an array as a macro parameter? So far my attempts have
#set( $a = $xcontext.macro.params.array)
#foreach($i in $a)
#set( $array = ['Chapter 1', 'Chapter 2', 'Chapter 3'])
#foreach($i in $array)
Thanks for the information. I think i might turn off icon transformation, I
didn’t realize that was an option.
After further investigation my issue with escaping appears to be related to
using CKEditor. When I use the WYSIWYG or WIKI editor it seems to work every
time but the CKEditor gave
Thank you Matthias! I know it wasn’t intentional but I am working on a similar
issue and your code example was extremely useful.
> On Mar 25, 2016, at 3:10 PM, Matthias Wegner wrote:
> Hi Vincent,
> thanks, now it is clear and works. But i
enced for nested pages again I can understand why the
WebHome page is listed as also located within it’s own space. Any advice on how
to remove it from my query results or processing by the foreach loop?
> On Mar 24, 2016, at 7:36 AM, Personal <je...@abrightfamily
> I had search for this before but without including 'velocity' in the search I
> was only getting the more basic instructions.
I am creating a knowledge base for a local municipal code which follows a
typical book hierarchy. I plan on using nested pages to create a pages
hierarchy for navigating and searching the code text at different levels. For
example each end page would have a space path like so:
Oh well, I can understand that this would be of limited use. Thanks for getting
back to me!
> On Mar 18, 2016, at 4:27 PM, Vincent Massol wrote:
>> On 18 Mar 2016, at 20:01, Jesse Bright wrote:
>> I thought I remember
I thought I would give updating to Xwiki 8.0 a go tonight but ran into an
error. I just updated to 7.4.2 the other day so I wasn’t expecting an issue but
when I run:
sudo apt-get update
I get the following error at the end of the update:
After experimenting with the include macro further I have discovered that I can
only include terminal pages. Is this functioning as intended? It seems a
strange limitation to enforce and is not mentioned in the documentation from
what I can see. Perhaps I am doing something wrong?
I have found the solutions to my issues so I thought I would share.
> I am looking to modify the editor in two ways:
> 1) I would like to change the default editor to the new CKEditor per these
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