Re: [xwiki-users] Rights inheritance doubt in v7.4

2016-04-27 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Iago,

indeed, the documentation is slightly wrong on this. Rights applied
downstream take precedence over rights applied upstream, so you also need
to give GroupA edit rights on the page.

One exception to this is the admin right, which keeps applying downstream
in all circumstances.

Guillaume

On Wed, Apr 27, 2016 at 2:27 PM, Iago Lluque 
wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I have doubts about how permissions are inherited in XWiki v7.4. Does this
> statement from your documentation still apply for this version?
> /"*Note on permission inheritance*//
> //When a permission is explicitly set for a given group or user at a
> certain scope (page, space or wiki) then other groups and users must also
> have the right explicitly set as well, at this scope or a scope upstream.//
> //For example, when you decide to explicitly allow the view right for
> "GroupA" on a given space, users that are not members of "GroupA" must have
> the view right explicitly set either on the given space or on the whole
> wiki to be able to view the space as well."/
>
> I expose my problem:
> GroupA with edit rights at Wiki level.
> GroupB with view rights at Wiki level.
> I grant GroupB edit permissions on a certain page => GroupA is no longer
> able to edit this page (neither its children) until I specifically grant
> them edit rights (again, as at Wiki level they have them). This contradicts
> previous statement.
>
> Could you please clarify? Thanks in advance!
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Re: [xwiki-users] Mindtouch to Xwiki

2016-04-27 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Daniel,

I hope you're doing well. I was wondering whether you had had success with
your Mindtouch to XWiki migration?

Best,

Guillaume

On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 6:42 PM, Dan T  wrote:

> Hello,
>
> Thank you for your answer. Sorry to be late with this reply. This project
> was on hold until last week.
>
> We have now one xwiki ready on a production server (RHEL7) and we are
> ready to begin with it.
>
> I tried a lot of way to import data into xwiki from mindtouch but without
> success. The only way I see right now is with manually with html pages.
>
> I can create a new page and insert the content in html format. Converted
> or not in xwiki syntax, we can work with that. All the links in the pages
> are working (and have to be corrected in the future to point to xwiki
> instead of the old one)
>
> We have to review all the pages and recreate or move the content
> progressively. A new structure will be applied and some of the pages will
> be useless.
>
> The goal, right now, is to have all pages (660) available directly in
> xwiki. That + the search tool will be enough.
>
> Then you need to have some code that does the looping over the 600 pages
> you got.
>
> This is a part I’m interested in. A way to not have to click, copy and
> paste with all the html pages.
>
> My knowledge is limited but I have some people around me to help me
> achieve things i can’t do by myself.
>
> Thanks
>
> Daniel
>
> Le 9 décembre 2015 à 23:46:38, vinc...@massol.net (vinc...@massol.net) a
> écrit:
>
> Hi Daniel,
>
> Let me start by saying that ideally XWiki should offer some tool to help
> convert HTML content into wiki pages. That would be awesome and it’s doable
> but we don’t have this yet.
>
> However XWiki internally supports parsing HTML.
>
> First thing you can try is to enable HTML 4.01 syntax in your XWiki
> instance. Then create a new page, select HTML 4.01 as the page syntax and
> copy paste the HTML you got. Save. Then edit again and switch to XWiki
> Syntax 2.1 for example. This should convert the HTML to wiki markup.
>
> Now you’ll get some issues with this. Links are probably going to be off
> for example.
>
> So what you really need is to create an HTML importer to transform the
> HTML you got into an Annotated HTML format that XWiki supports. The
> Annotated HTML format is an internal format used by XWiki when you edit a
> page using the WYSIWYG editor and it’s a lossless format, meaning you can
> convert it to XWiki Syntax without loosing any meaning/data.
>
> This requires some knowledge of that format and some massaging of your
> HTML to transform it into this format.
>
> Then you need to have some code that does the looping over the 600 pages
> you got.
>
> This is quite technical. You’d need first to tell us your level of
> technical knowledge so that we could try to help you.
>
> Another option (the simplest for sure, especially if you’re not that
> technical or don’t have the time to delve deeply into the technical
> details) would be to contact one of the companies offering professional
> support for XWiki and asking them if they’d be interested in making a quote
> for doing this job for you. There are some listed at
> http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/Support#HProfessionalSupport
>
> Hope it helps,
> -Vincent
>
>
> On 9 Dec 2015 at 12:01:15, Daniel Tibô (daniel.t...@gmail.com(mailto:
> daniel.t...@gmail.com)) wrote:
>
> > Hello,
> >
> > In our department, the actuel wiki is based on Mindtouch/dekiwiki and we
> > want to go to for a global wiki for the company with Xwiki.
> >
> > To do that, we need to transfer our data from the actual wiki and I
> > managed to extract all the pages in HTML format (600+ files).
> >
> > I have found in the mailing list history a reply from Vincent in August
> > 2013 to a similar request :
> >
> > --
> >
> > Hi Jason,
> >
> > I don't know of any existing Mindtouch converter to XWiki. However there
> > are several handmade converter tools on http://extensions.xwiki.org that
> > could serve as examples.
> >
> > What is the markup syntax used by Mindtouch? I have the feeling they
> > only provide HTML which would be fine since XWiki's Rendering can
> > convert HTML into wiki markup for example (or keep it as HTML too).
> >
> > So converting a page would be:
> > * Read the export format from Mindtouch (what is it? XML?)
> > * Use the XWiki API to create a wiki page, convert the HTML content to
> > wiki markup (easy to do), add attachments
> >
> > Also note that Thomas Mortagne (one of the XWiki committer) is currently
> > working on a wiki stream API that is an ideal scaffolding for
> > importing/exporting wikis:
> > https://github.com/xwiki-contrib/wiki-stream . But there's non trivial
> > dev work to be done to make it work.
> >
> > Another idea is to contact one of the companies providing professional
> > services around XWiki and ask them how much it would cost for a
> > conversion:
> > 

Re: [xwiki-users] Help spread the word about XWiki - add your review!

2016-03-02 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi again,

I haven't seen many reactions on this... I've been told that the G2Crowd
feedback form was too long to fill, so I also created a page for XWiki on
Capterra, where the review form is much shorter/easier to fill:

*http://www.capterra.com/collaboration-software/reviews/149030/XWiki/XWiki/new
<http://www.capterra.com/collaboration-software/reviews/149030/XWiki/XWiki/new>*

Every review counts if we are to make XWiki the best-known wiki software in
the world :-)

Thanks in advance, for your help,

Guillaume

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wrote:

> Hi users,
>
> I'm trying new ways to spread the word about XWiki. One approach that
> seems to be popular right now are review websites such as Getapp and
> G2Crowd. For instance Drupal has a page on G2Crowd
> <https://www.g2crowd.com/products/drupal/reviews>, so I thought it could
> be interesting to try it out too.
>
> In order to see whether this could work well for XWiki, I have created a
> page on G2Crowd: *https://www.g2crowd.com/products/xwiki/reviews
> <https://www.g2crowd.com/products/xwiki/reviews>*
>
> It would be very cool if you could spend a bit of time to add a review of
> your experience with XWiki there!
>
> Thanks and happy XWikiing,
>
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Re: [xwiki-users] Feature Request: Allow copy & paste of images into WYSIWYG editor

2016-03-01 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Stuart,

On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 11:58 AM, Stuart Stephen <
stuart.step...@tracegroup.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Sorry, I've not been getting the replies to these messages. I've
> re-subscribed to the list, so hopefully that is now resolved :)
>
> I tried copy and pasting images on the http://playground.xwiki.org site,
> but didn't have any luck. I was copying these images directly from MS Word,
> but I also did try copying from a web browser (in this instance Chrome).
> Does that mean the demo site is not using the CKEditor and the out of the
> box editor doesn't support the copy and paste?
>

The demo site does not have the CKEditor extension installed.

The new version of the CKEditor extension does support this use case (at
least in Firefox) at the moment.

Guillaume

Thanks,
> Stuart
>
> From: Stuart Stephen
> Sent: 23 February 2016 10:47
> To: 'users@xwiki.org'
> Subject: Feature Request: Allow copy & paste of images into WYSIWYG editor
>
> Hi all,
>
> In various web applications these days it is now possible to copy and
> paste images into web pages which makes the process of adding an image to a
> document online so much easier as you do not need to save it off somewhere,
> then upload it. Copy and paste makes the process so much more efficient.
>
> See the upload feature on http://imgur.com/ for example, where they also
> support drag and drop.
>
> Thanks,
> Stuart
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Re: [xwiki-users] Feature Request: Allow copy & paste of images into WYSIWYG editor

2016-02-23 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Edy,

On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 2:38 PM, Eduard Moraru <enygma2...@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 1:22 PM, vinc...@massol.net <vinc...@massol.net>
> wrote:
>
> >
> >
> > On 23 Feb 2016 at 12:06:43, Guillaume Lerouge (guilla...@xwiki.com
> (mailto:
> > guilla...@xwiki.com)) wrote:
> >
> > > Hi Stuart,
> > >
> > > thanks for your feedback. This is indeed a frequent request. In the
> > current
> > > WYSIWYG editor, it partially works (your image has to be available
> from a
> > > public server).
> > >
> > > However, we added full support for this feature in the last version of
> > the
> > > CKEditor extension:
> > >
> >
> http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/CKEditor+Integration
> > > => if you drag & drop an image in CKEditor, it is automatically
> attached
> > to
> > > the wiki page.
> > >
> > > Please also note that drag & drop of images currently work if you go to
> > the
> > > "attachments" tab of any page (while in view mode) and drop your image
> > > there.
> >
> > hmm are you sure? I’m not aware of this feature. I just tested it and it
> > didn’t work for me on 8.0M2.
> >
>
> Tried it and it seems to work only if you drop the file exactly over the
> file upload field ("Browse" button or "No files selected" label, i.e. field
> with id "xwikiuploadfile"). This definitely needs to be improved.
>
> Personally, I would prefer we go full page Drag & Drop support, i.e. if a
> file is dropped in the XWiki browser tab, a popup asks the user if he wants
> to attach the dropped files to the current XWiki document. Something like
> GitHub is doing when you can drop a file anywhere in the tab of an XWiki
> repository (and a commit form will show up for you to fill details).
>

I agree that this would be nice too. However, it doesn't mean you don't
need it in edition mode. Having to switch back and forth between view and
edit because you forgot to upload a file would be tedious. It's needed in
both places.

Thanks,

Guillaume

Thanks,
> Eduard
>
> >
> > Thanks
> > -Vincent
> >
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > >
> > > Guillaume
> > >
> > > On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 11:57 AM, Eduard Moraru
> > > wrote:
> > >
> > > > Hi,
> > > >
> > > > Found this issue http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-10026
> > > >
> > > > However, as far as I have tested it, it works. Taking a screenshot,
> > copying
> > > > it to the clicpboard and pasting in wysiwyg produces an
> [[image:data:]]
> > > > type image.
> > > >
> > > > Then, right clicking on an image on a website, selecting "Copy Image"
> > > > (Firefox) then going to wysiwyg and pasting produces an
> > [[image:http...]]
> > > > type image.
> > > >
> > > > So copy/paste is one thing, which seems to work pretty well, while
> > > > Drag is another and that would be a nice to have feature.
> > > >
> > > > Thanks,
> > > > Eduard
> > > >
> > > > On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 12:50 PM, vinc...@massol.net
> > > > wrote:
> > > >
> > > > > Hi Stuart,
> > > > >
> > > > > I agree that’s would be a very nice feature addition: ability to
> > drag and
> > > > > drop images as attachments directly on wiki pages (without having
> to
> > go
> > > > > through edit).
> > > > >
> > > > > Strangely I couldn’t find a jira issue for this. Would be awesome
> if
> > you
> > > > > could create one at http://jira.xwiki.org
> > > > >
> > > > > Thanks for the idea
> > > > > -Vincent
> > > > > On 23 Feb 2016 at 11:47:12, Stuart Stephen (
> > > > stuart.step...@tracegroup.com)
> > > > > wrote:
> > > > >
> > > > > Hi all,
> > > > >
> > > > > In various web applications these days it is now possible to copy
> and
> > > > > paste images into web pages which makes the process of adding an
> > image
> > > > to a
> > > > > document online so much easier as you do not need to save it off
> > > > somewhere,
> > > > > then upload it. Copy and paste makes the process so much more
> > efficient.
> > > > >
> > > > > See the upload feature on http://imgur.com/ for example, where
> they
> > also
> > > > > support drag and drop.
> > > > >
> > > > > Thanks,
> > > > > Stuart
> >
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Re: [xwiki-users] Feature Request: Allow copy & paste of images into WYSIWYG editor

2016-02-23 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Vincent,

On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 12:22 PM, vinc...@massol.net <vinc...@massol.net>
wrote:

>
>
> On 23 Feb 2016 at 12:06:43, Guillaume Lerouge (guilla...@xwiki.com(mailto:
> guilla...@xwiki.com)) wrote:
>
> > Hi Stuart,
> >
> > thanks for your feedback. This is indeed a frequent request. In the
> current
> > WYSIWYG editor, it partially works (your image has to be available from a
> > public server).
> >
> > However, we added full support for this feature in the last version of
> the
> > CKEditor extension:
> >
> http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/CKEditor+Integration
> > => if you drag & drop an image in CKEditor, it is automatically attached
> to
> > the wiki page.
> >
> > Please also note that drag & drop of images currently work if you go to
> the
> > "attachments" tab of any page (while in view mode) and drop your image
> > there.
>
> hmm are you sure? I’m not aware of this feature. I just tested it and it
> didn’t work for me on 8.0M2.
>

Yes, it works if you drag & drop the file in the CKeditor edition window. I
just tried again and I got a "file successfully uploaded" confirmation
message and the file shows up in attachment. It also works with copy/paste,
I also get the confirmation message.

Are you sure you have version 1.2 of the CKEditor extension installed?

Thanks,

Guillaume

Thanks
> -Vincent
>
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Guillaume
> >
> > On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 11:57 AM, Eduard Moraru
> > wrote:
> >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Found this issue http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-10026
> > >
> > > However, as far as I have tested it, it works. Taking a screenshot,
> copying
> > > it to the clicpboard and pasting in wysiwyg produces an [[image:data:]]
> > > type image.
> > >
> > > Then, right clicking on an image on a website, selecting "Copy Image"
> > > (Firefox) then going to wysiwyg and pasting produces an
> [[image:http...]]
> > > type image.
> > >
> > > So copy/paste is one thing, which seems to work pretty well, while
> > > Drag is another and that would be a nice to have feature.
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Eduard
> > >
> > > On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 12:50 PM, vinc...@massol.net
> > > wrote:
> > >
> > > > Hi Stuart,
> > > >
> > > > I agree that’s would be a very nice feature addition: ability to
> drag and
> > > > drop images as attachments directly on wiki pages (without having to
> go
> > > > through edit).
> > > >
> > > > Strangely I couldn’t find a jira issue for this. Would be awesome if
> you
> > > > could create one at http://jira.xwiki.org
> > > >
> > > > Thanks for the idea
> > > > -Vincent
> > > > On 23 Feb 2016 at 11:47:12, Stuart Stephen (
> > > stuart.step...@tracegroup.com)
> > > > wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Hi all,
> > > >
> > > > In various web applications these days it is now possible to copy and
> > > > paste images into web pages which makes the process of adding an
> image
> > > to a
> > > > document online so much easier as you do not need to save it off
> > > somewhere,
> > > > then upload it. Copy and paste makes the process so much more
> efficient.
> > > >
> > > > See the upload feature on http://imgur.com/ for example, where they
> also
> > > > support drag and drop.
> > > >
> > > > Thanks,
> > > > Stuart
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Re: [xwiki-users] Feature Request: Allow copy & paste of images into WYSIWYG editor

2016-02-23 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Stuart,

thanks for your feedback. This is indeed a frequent request. In the current
WYSIWYG editor, it partially works (your image has to be available from a
public server).

However, we added full support for this feature in the last version of the
CKEditor extension:
http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/CKEditor+Integration
=> if you drag & drop an image in CKEditor, it is automatically attached to
the wiki page.

Please also note that drag & drop of images currently work if you go to the
"attachments" tab of any page (while in view mode) and drop your image
there.

Thanks,

Guillaume

On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 11:57 AM, Eduard Moraru 
wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Found this issue http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-10026
>
> However, as far as I have tested it, it works. Taking a screenshot, copying
> it to the clicpboard and pasting in wysiwyg produces an [[image:data:]]
> type image.
>
> Then, right clicking on an image on a website, selecting "Copy Image"
> (Firefox) then going to wysiwyg and pasting produces an [[image:http...]]
> type image.
>
> So copy/paste is one thing, which seems to work pretty well, while
> Drag is another and that would be a nice to have feature.
>
> Thanks,
> Eduard
>
> On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 12:50 PM, vinc...@massol.net 
> wrote:
>
> > Hi Stuart,
> >
> > I agree that’s would be a very nice feature addition: ability to drag and
> > drop images as attachments directly on wiki pages (without having to go
> > through edit).
> >
> > Strangely I couldn’t find a jira issue for this. Would be awesome if you
> > could create one at http://jira.xwiki.org
> >
> > Thanks for the idea
> > -Vincent
> > On 23 Feb 2016 at 11:47:12, Stuart Stephen (
> stuart.step...@tracegroup.com)
> > wrote:
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > In various web applications these days it is now possible to copy and
> > paste images into web pages which makes the process of adding an image
> to a
> > document online so much easier as you do not need to save it off
> somewhere,
> > then upload it. Copy and paste makes the process so much more efficient.
> >
> > See the upload feature on http://imgur.com/ for example, where they also
> > support drag and drop.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Stuart
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[xwiki-users] Help spread the word about XWiki - add your review!

2016-02-22 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi users,

I'm trying new ways to spread the word about XWiki. One approach that seems
to be popular right now are review websites such as Getapp and G2Crowd. For
instance Drupal has a page on G2Crowd
, so I thought it could be
interesting to try it out too.

In order to see whether this could work well for XWiki, I have created a
page on G2Crowd: *https://www.g2crowd.com/products/xwiki/reviews
*

It would be very cool if you could spend a bit of time to add a review of
your experience with XWiki there!

Thanks and happy XWikiing,

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Re: [xwiki-users] [Brainstorming] Home Page concept (was Re: New Page Has No Parent)

2016-01-06 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

On Wed, Jan 6, 2016 at 1:54 PM, Eduard Moraru  wrote:

> Hi Vincent,
>
> Thanks for creating a new thread, since that`s what I should have done
> myself.
>
> I approached this as a discussion about what is the good/sensible default
> that better fits 80-90% of the user's needs, as opposed to not having this
> default and the user ending up with "Main" (or whetever else) everywhere
> (i.e. cons of not doing Use Case 1).
>
> On Wed, Jan 6, 2016 at 10:39 AM, vinc...@massol.net 
> wrote:
>
> > Hi Edy and all,
> >
> > On 5 Jan 2016 at 11:52:24, Eduard Moraru (enygma2...@gmail.com(mailto:
> > enygma2...@gmail.com)) wrote:
> >
> > > Hi Randy,
> > >
> > > From your choice of words (and your continued usage of the now
> deprecated
> > > "spaces" macro on the homepage, as observed in the screenshot you`ve
> > > provided), I understand that you still see things in terms of "creating
> > > spaces" and "creating documents inside spaces" in 7.4 and, IMO, that`s
> > > really the issue.
> > >
> > > In case you`ve missed it from the release notes, starting with 7.2,
> we`ve
> > > introduced the notion of Nested Pages [1], which means that you no
> longer
> > > have the notion of "pages inside spaces", but always "pages inside
> > pages".
> > > Technically, it is actually implemented by always creating a "space"
> when
> > > you create a page from the UI, but the user should see it as if he is
> > > always creating a page.
> > >
> > > = Use Case 1 =
> > >
> > > When your users go to your homepage and create a new page "under the
> Main
> > > space", they are actually creating a nested page (old "space"), under
> the
> > > homepage (document called "Main") of your wiki. If you change [2] the
> > > homepage of your wiki to point to a different document instead (say
> > > "Some.Other.Homepage"), I`m fairly sure that you do not want your users
> > to
> > > start creating new pages as children of that page (e.g.
> > > "Some.Other.Homepage.NewUserPage"), because that is what the
> alternative
> > > would lead to.
> > >
> > > The logic behind the original decision of handling the homepage
> > differently
> > > was that, even as Guillaume was hinting, the homepage is seen as the
> > "root"
> > > of your wiki. Creating a page from the root should result in creating
> top
> > > level pages, not child pages. If you wanted to create a child page of
> > > something from the homepage, you would explicitly do so by selecting a
> > > parent. Not selecting a parent while on the homepage would logically
> > imply
> > > that you want to create a page in the wiki (i.e. top page).
> > >
> > > I`m curious why do you find it normal the other way around, i.e.
> landing
> > on
> > > the wiki (i.e. not navigating somewhere in particular) + creating a new
> > > page => resulting in creating a child page of the "Main" page (which
> > > happens to be the homepage).
> > >
> > > If you always create child pages of the homepage ("Main" page), on the
> > long
> > > run, all your URLs will be /Main/This/Page, /Main/That/Page,
> > > /Main/That/Other/Page, etc... but ultimately, what is this "Main", and
> > why
> > > is it that important to drag it along in all your page URLs? (of
> course,
> > > again, if you change your homepage to "Some.Other.Homepage", all your
> > urls
> > > will be prefixed by that!)
> > >
> > > = Use case 2 =
> > >
> > > Now, another way of looking at this would be that, for some reason, you
> > > *really* want to keep all your content under some top level page (e.g.
> as
> > > Vincent suggested, a "Content" container page), perhaps to separate it
> > from
> > > applications (which, for historic reasons, currently are also located
> in
> > > the top level) like Blog, Sandbox, etc. or any other reason.
> > >
> > > The only limitation in this usecase is if you also want to use that
> > > container page ("Main", "Content", etc.) as your homepage. In this
> case,
> > > indeed, I see no other solution but to modify the createinline.vm
> > template
> > > or for us to drop this behavior altogether.
> > >
> > > ---
> > >
> > > Conclusion so far:
> > > We have 2 use cases regarding a new page's parent. They can both
> coexist,
> > > except that, in some cases, the 2nd use case is limited by the first
> use
> > > case. If we consider this limitation to be a deal breaker, then we are
> > left
> > > with 2 choices:
> > > A. Drop use case 1 (i.e. always propose the current page as parent of
> the
> > > new page, regardless if the current page is the homepage or not)
> > > B. Make use case 1 configurable (i.e. enable or disable it completely,
> in
> > > case you are suffering from the limitation of the second use case; this
> > > allows the user to decide if it's useful or not)
> > >
> > > Of course, if option B is what we go for, we also need to figure out
> > where
> > > we would put such a configuration.
> > >
> > > I would be in favor of option B (since I obviously believe that use
> case
> > 1
> > 

Re: [xwiki-users] New Page Has No Parent

2016-01-04 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Randy,

thanks for your feedback on this! I'm happy to see that I wasn't the only
one who found this behavior counter-intuitive. It's very, very weird that
page creation from the home page behaves differently from everywhere else
on the wiki. It's particularly bad since that's the page users always end
up going back to. But the thing is, without this behavior it's not clear
how users would be able to create new top-level spaces... So if we bring
back the old behavior as-is we'd still have to find a solution for
top-level space creation.

A suggestion I had now that nested spaces are activated by default was to
make the home page of the wiki be "above" every other space. Said
differently, the home page would reside directly at
https:///xwiki/bin/view/
without anything else being mentioned. From that page you'd be able to
create top-level spaces, and every other page would behave as expected,
including Main.WebHome. I think this is what would feel the most natural,
but it causes many underlying issues, notably because a page with no
document reference cannot really exist in XWiki right now.

Note that we could also offer migration scripts, as discussed below, so
that content wouldn't be created in Main to begin with, but this still
leaves the problem open for old wikis with no clear content migration path.
Maybe we should strongly warn users not to upgrade to 7.4 from versions =<
7.1 without a lot of testing and until we provide a good migration path. We
could also start a page listing known issues.

Thanks,

Guillaume

On Wed, Dec 30, 2015 at 2:35 PM, Randy Havens <
randy.hav...@cityofrochester.gov> wrote:

> > Yes that’s correct. If you go in the main space and add a page it’ll
> correctly create a child page inside the Main space.
>
> How do I “go in the main space”? Until now, I was in the main space by
> default when I was at the homepage of my wiki. If I click on “Main” in the
> list of spaces, it takes me to that same homepage. From there, if I add a
> page it has no parent. If I click on another space in that list, it takes
> me to that space’s homepage. From there, if I create a new page the parent
> is that space. It’s not consistent.
>
> > For my information, could you explain why you wish that all your users
> create content pages in the Main space?
>
> That’s how it has been working since I first installed XWiki. I installed
> 6.3, and since then (up until pre-7.3) all new pages defaulted into the
> Main space unless the user entered a different space. I thought that was
> normal, but you make it sound like that’s not normal.
>
> > Why not, for example, have a Content space at the top level or some more
> semantic top level space name under which you’d put all your content?
>
> I thought about that as well, but then I need to transfer everything
> currently in “Main” into another space. I guess that would be possible, but
> I’d have to copy it all into the “Content” space and then delete it from
> “Main”. (Which might not be a bad idea anyway for other reasons)
>
> > One solution of course would be to introduce a configuration option,
> allowing to choose the reference of the Space into which to create new
> pages by default when clicking on “+” on the Home page.
>
> I think this is the best solution, honestly. Mostly because of the way
> that it worked before, but also because it would give the administrators an
> important choice.
>
> > I think I’d lean to having pages created in the Main space by default,
> as we had before.
>
> I would agree.
>
>
>
> Thanks for the reply and suggestions,
> Randy
>
>
>
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Re: [xwiki-users] Document Tree set Root to Current page

2015-12-04 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Darren,

I think you're looking for $doc.fullName ;-)

Don't forget to put it inside a {{velocity}} macro (I didn't check whether
this was the right parameter name):

{{velocity}}
{{documentTree root="$doc.fullName" /}}
{{/velocity}}

Thanks,

Guillaume

On Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 7:44 PM, britincanada 
wrote:

> Hey,
>
> A very new user to xWiki, I would like to add navigation of child sub-pages
> to the currently viewed page. It appears that the Document Tree macro is
> what I need, though I don't know what I should be putting in the root
> property to use the current page.
>
> I was going to add this to a template, so the page is going to be different
> every time.
>
> any help would be great.
>
> thanks
>
>
>
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Re: [xwiki-users] Request: make linking easy

2015-11-27 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
rmat of our
> links is that some user would have liked us to use the “/“ separator
> instead of “.”, e.g. [[label>>space/page]] instead of [[label>>space.page]].
>
> * XWiki supports tags and a Tag UI if you wish to have various views for
> wiki pages. Note to self: we should add a “tag” parameter to the
> {{documents/}} macro (
> http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Documents+Macro) to
> list all docs with a given tag.
>
> * Last, this feature of Nested Spaces and Nested Pages is very new
> (started in XWiki 7.2 and we’re still tuning it). It’ll take some time more
> for us to iron out all the wrinkles that result from it.
>
> * We’re missing some documentation to explain all this. We’re also missing
> autocompletion of link references in the wiki editor to make it easy to
> link to existing pages.
>
> Hope it helps.
>
> Thanks
> -Vincent
>
> > Anton Hughes
>
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Re: [xwiki-users] Fw : Fw : Re: [myxwiki] new wiki request: coc

2015-10-01 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Pascal,

On Wed, Sep 30, 2015 at 4:25 PM,  wrote:

>
> > > created your wiki here:
> > > http://coc.myxwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/
>
> Hello,
>
> About my new site on myxwiki.org, I'm very disoriented about the
> customization of welcome page ...
> If i'm login as Admin, Main.WebHome show  only this text:
> << équipe à mieux travailler ensemble. Ce wiki se compose de pages organisées
> par espaces. Vous êtes actuellement sur la page d'accueil (WebHome) de
> l'espace principal (Main).
> Vous pouvez utiliser le bac à sable afin de tester les fonctionnalités de
> votre wiki.>>
>
> When I'm login as admin if I edit my welcome page this message is
> displayed on top of gadget dashboard:
> < document différent,coc:WikiManager.Dashboard. Vos changements auront un
> impact sur toutes les pages incluant cette configuration de tableau de
> bord. Si vous souhaitez personnaliser cette page, éditez-la en mode WYSIWYG
> et configurez la macro "tableau de bord" avec un paramètre source vide.>>
> I don't understand what's meaning " configurez la macro "tableau de bord"
> avec un paramètre source vide"? I must edit the source of Main.Welcome and
> replace {{dashboard source="Main.Dashboard" /}} by {{dashboard source=""
> /}} ?
>
> If I follow the instruction like a normal user, I'm quickly lost: I can
> not follow this instruction and I obtain 2 different welcome page depending
> of language of my browser: english one with dashboard and the french one
> with the short text  "C'est un site web facile à éditer..."
>
> http://coc.myxwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/?language=fr
> http://coc.myxwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/?language=en
>
> In my advice, xwiki must be simplier to customize welcome page. It is the
> first impression the most important, isn'it?
>

I couldn't agree more with this one.

I've been thinking for a while now that we should have a standard wiki page
as the home and make the dashboard available from an icon on the app bar.
The current way it works right now is uselessly confusing.

Thanks,

Guillaume


> (I activated 2 langages on: coc.myxwiki.org, en and fr default)
>
>
> Thxs
>
> Pascal B
>
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Re: [xwiki-users] Creating a new page creates a space instead

2015-08-11 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Tony,

thanks for your feedback on this subject. We're indeed working on making
nested spaces a default feature of XWiki as part of the 7.x release, which
we're aware will lead to inconsistencies and questions such as the one
you've asked. Let me try to summarize some of the thinking about this topic
below:

   - Up to XWiki Enterprise 7.1 (XE 7.1), there has been 2 ways to organize
   content in XWiki:
  - Wiki  Space  Page (which includes rights inheritance and
  administration features)
  - Page  Child page  Child page of child page  ... (which is used
  for hierarchical navigation purposes)
   - Note that both are independent: a page can have a parent page in a
   different space/wiki than its own


   - While this works, we've found that it can create confusion for
   end-users, leading to questions such as:
  - Should I create a wiki or a space for my team?
  - Which navigation should I put on my home page: list of spaces or
  treeview of pages?
  - Can I set rights on a page that is under a space?


   - At the same time, for a long time there have been discussions on the
   list about the future new model of XWiki, which would ideally include
   nested spaces, offering the following features:
  - Unified way to handle hierarchical navigation (Page  Sub-page 
  Sub-sub-page ...)
  - Navigation reflected in URLs (.../PageA/PageB/PageC)
  - Inheritance of access rights (rights on PageA apply to PageB and
  PageC, unless defined otherwise. Rights on PageB supersede those on PageA
  and also apply to PageC, and so on.)
   - We're taking this release and an opportunity to try and move from the
   previous way to this new way of organizing pages


   - In an ideal, going from the old to the new would imply a total rewrite
   of the model. Instead of pages and spaces, you would have an entity than is
   both a container and a document. That entity, probably called a node, would
   have its own content, associated properties, and a list of children. My
   (admittedly limited) understanding is that this is the way JCR
   
https://mailtrack.io/trace/link/eebf3b2ceeb0045df5570712a86a744e38aca807?url=https%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FContent_repository_API_for_Javasignature=7b905fbf6bd2a3a0
   works.


   - In the real world, in order not to break retro-compatibility with many
   existing features and applications we had to keep the concepts of Page
   and Space in XWiki while adapting them to emulate the desired
   functionality. Here's what we're doing to achieve this by default:
  - We're hiding the parent-child feature
  - When creating a new page, the system automatically creates
  Page.WebHome, which creates a space, though this is hidden in the URL
  (you only see .../Page/)
  - For advanced users, we added the ability to create terminal pages
  which are pages that are not spaces (as before) = this is meant
mostly for
  application creators

I hope this clarified things a it! To get back to your use case, if your
users are in simple mode (which is not your case since you're an admin)
they shouldn't see any of the complexity related to nested spaces. When
creating new pages, the only thing users should need to think about is the
location of the page in the hierarchy, as they would using a parent  child
relationship. However, since 7.2 is still in active development the UI
still has issues left that have not been addressed yet.

*Additional note:* if you're running your wiki in production, I would
recommend sticking with XE 7.1.1 for now, which is a stable release.

Best,

Guillaume

On Tue, Aug 11, 2015 at 1:47 AM, junglur t...@junglur.co.nz wrote:

 So I've been playing around a bit more, if I tick create Terminal page it
 seems to create a page as I had originally expected. Is there a way to turn
 off nested spaces or set Terminal page as default page type? I don't really
 want my end users creating a pile of nested spaces. I don't want it to be
 complicated for them, I just want them to be able to go addpage and then
 create a simple page, not a nested space.

 I don't really want them to have to remember to tick the Terminal page
 checkbox each time because I can imagine that they're going to
 forget...probably a lot haha and then I'm going to have to be tidying it up
 all the time.



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Re: [xwiki-users] Readers type extension or feature

2015-03-09 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Mahomed,

this is doable if you activate the statistics module:

   -
   http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Statistics+Application

First you need to activate it in the xwiki.cfg file:

   -
   
http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/Configuration#%23HEnabling2FDisablingStatistics

Once the statistics are activated, every view action by every user is
recorded. Now all you need to do is write the code to retrieve the stats
about the specific page you're looking at, and put in in a panel.

You can find inspiration for this in the following extensions:

   -
   http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Recently+Visited+Pages
   -
   http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Most+Viewed+Articles
   -
   
http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Number+Of+Active+Users+Per+Day+And+Per+Week

Best,

Guillaume

On Sun, Mar 8, 2015 at 10:36 PM, Mahomed Hussein maho...@custodiandc.com
wrote:

 Hi

 I’m a new user to XWiki here. Running 6.4.2. We recently setup mediawiki
 but due to some limitations (and then finding XWiki), we’ve decided to move
 to XWiki. One feature that we would REALLY love to have similar to
 mediawiki is the readers feature. It shows which registered users have
 viewed a page. I have done some Google searching and I have looked through
 the extensions but I cannot find anything. The closest extension I found is
 one that shows how to run a query to display the editors, but I couldn’t
 see a way to modify that to show the readers. This makes me think it might
 not be possible, but I know very little about the way the system works so I
 hope someone can help.

 Thanks in advance for your help and time.

 Kind regards,

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Re: [xwiki-users] Manage rights for author

2015-01-27 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Marc,

by default, the creator of a page has edit rights on that page. If that
users switches to advanced mode on their user profile, then go back to
their page, they will be able to see an Access rights option in the
Edit button.

Thanks,

Guillaume

On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 9:31 AM, Marc AUDEFROY audefroy.m...@gmail.com
wrote:

 Hi all!

 How could an author manage the rights on the pages he created? How put
 this default behavior?

 Thanks!

 Marc
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Re: [xwiki-users] What would you like to see in the XWiki 7.x cycle?

2014-12-09 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

On Tue, Dec 9, 2014 at 10:23 PM, Thomas Mortagne thomas.morta...@xwiki.com
wrote:

 On Tue, Dec 9, 2014 at 9:57 PM, Harald Ommang harald.omm...@verico.com
 wrote:
  Hi!
 
  In one way, I very much appreciate the relatively high frequency of
 updates done by the XWIKI crew. You are doing a great job, making sure that
 XWIKI is alive and kicking and always improving.
 
  The downside to this, is all the work needed to be done when upgrading.
 So, I don't do that very often. The basic part of installation/migration
 works very well, but when it comes to content, the upgrade procedure is
 messy, as I see it. It is a hassle to have to pick and choose between
 various parts when importing and exported XAR.
 
  I would very much suggest planning for a future where the parts that are
 XWIKI software are clearly separated from the parts where customers
 typically do modifications. Especially items like users and groups. It
 should be possible to have a more separated export/import so that you GET
 new versions of e.g. the admin pages, while still KEEPING your setup of
 users, groups, etc., without having to click on a million of checkboxes in
 the import.

 I don't really understand this comment, doing export/import is really
 not the standard way of doing an upgrade. In typical upgrade you
 backup everything if you want to be safe (or better you have automated
 backups and you don't really need to do it when you upgrade), upgrade
 the WAR part (if you use the Debian package then it's just about doing
 apt-get upgrade or install with a specific version), restart, XWiki
 upgrade the database shema automatically if needed and then you get
 the Distribution Wizard which download and upgrade the wiki pages with
 3 ways merge. Most of the time you don't have anything to do.


Sure, but to benefit from all those nice Distribution Wizard features,
Harald would first need to... upgrade to the latest version ;-)

Guillaume
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Re: [xwiki-users] [VOTE] Enable default actions for the Flamingo top menu entries

2014-12-08 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
+1

Thanks a lot for all your effort on this Marius!

Guillaume

On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 1:18 PM, Guillaume Louis-Marie Delhumeau 
gdelhum...@xwiki.com wrote:

 +1, looks good.

 2014-12-08 12:59 GMT+01:00 Marius Dumitru Florea 
 mariusdumitru.flo...@xwiki.com:

  On Sat, Dec 6, 2014 at 11:02 PM, Denis Gervalle d...@softec.lu wrote:
   +1, ideally with a hover feedback very similar to the one of a dropdown
   button.
 
  The color theme is responsible for the hover effect. A flat color
  theme will probably use a single color highlight, controlled by the
  @navbar-default-link-hover-bg LESS variable. A 3D color theme may use
  some gradients to achieve the 3D effect on hover. A minimalistic color
  theme (like Simplex) will just change the text color on hover, leaving
  the background transparent.
 
  This proposal/vote is about agreeing on:
  * displaying a small vertical bar between the menu label and toggle
  (using a color derived from the menu background) to indicate the
  separation between the two (especially for tablet devices where
  there's no hover)
  * hovering/activating the menu label and the toggle separately, as it
  happens with a drop down button (e.g. the Add button).
 
  Thanks,
  Marius
 
  
   On Fri, Dec 5, 2014 at 6:59 PM, Pascal BASTIEN 
 pbasnews-xw...@yahoo.fr
   wrote:
  
   May I? (you send mail at user list)... then +1
   On 6.3 I still use 6.2 menu (I modified the template on my xwiki)
  
   I'm agree with you the 2 side of button must be better separate (with
   color on hoover or a black vertical bar?).
  
   IMO we must respect the same logic of actions button (an one-click
  default
   action and drop down sub menu level at the right-side-click )
   With CSS it should be possible to:- use 2 side button on big screen-
 use
   GoTo menu on small screen
   (with @media min-width)
  
   Thxs
   Pascal BASTIEN
 De : Marius Dumitru Florea mariusdumitru.flo...@xwiki.com
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Envoyé le : Vendredi 5 décembre 2014 17h20
Objet : [xwiki-users] [VOTE] Enable default actions for the Flamingo
  top
   menu entries
  
   Hi everyone,
  
   = Short Story =
  
   I propose to change the behaviour of the top level menu from Flamingo
   for tablet and desktop screens (so NOT for phones) to match the
   behaviour we had in 6.2 BUT improving the separation between the
   navigation links and the drop down toggle. The idea is that the top
   level menu entries should behave like a drop down button (e.g. the Add
   button) but without looking like one. You can see some screen shots at
   http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-11517.
  
   = Long Story =
  
   I've heard complains that the current behaviour of the top level menu
   from Flamingo skin is not perfect. The issue is that you need to click
   twice to navigate. Ok, with a mouse you can use the middle click
   (wheel) to open the link in a new tab but still it's annoying for
   simple uses and for those that use the touch pad or a tablet.
  
   An alternative I have investigated in
   http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-11479 is to open the menu on hover
   (on devices that support this of course). The result is quite nice and
   effective but there is a problem: if you have a second horizontal menu
   displayed under the top level menu then you'll have a hard time
   hovering the second menu. So I decided to close XWIKI-11479 as Won't
   Fix. For those that like the open-on-hover behaviour and which don't
   plan to use a second menu I've published this extension
  
  
 
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Hover+and+Default+Action+for+Flamingo+Menu
   .
  
   The other alternative to fix the problem is to go back to the
   behaviour from 6.2. Precisely, each menu has two sides:
   * on the left is the label which is a link used for navigation
   * on the right there is a toggle (arrow) used to open the menu.
  
   The problem with this, and the reason we change it in 6.3, was that
   the label and the toggle were not separated very well so the user
   could easily think they were doing the same action (opening the menu).
   At the same time this separation felt unnatural on extra small screens
   (phones) because you couldn't tap easily on the toggle (arrow).
  
   The solution I propose is to:
   * Keep the current behaviour for extra small screens (phones). That
   means the use has to tap twice to navigate: one tap to open the menu
   and another one on the Go to this XYZ.
   * On desktop and tablet enable the default action (navigation link) as
   in 6.2 but improve the separation so that the menu behaves as much as
   possible as a drop down button (e.g. the Add button) without looking
   like one. This means:
   ** You should understand there are two sides without hovering
   ** Separate hover and active state (e.g. the link is not hovered when
   the toggle is hovered)
  
   I've investigated *many* ways to achieve this and the result 

Re: [xwiki-users] [xwiki-devs] [Discussion] Make XWiki Case Insensitive. WDYT?

2014-11-07 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Edy,

thanks for your message. From a forward-looking standpoint, I 100% agree
with you that switching XWiki to case-insensitive would be a good thing to
do. I've seen others (as well as myself) be lost because they were going to
.../xwiki/bin/view/Main/Xyy instead of .../xwiki/bin/view/Main/XYY and
vice-versa. If we were to make the decision today, I can't see a good
reason why not to go case-insensitive, especially when targeting business
users.

However we're not starting from a blank slate. There might be (I don't know
that there is, but there might be) legitimate use cases for a page named
Xyy vs a page named XYY, both in the same wiki. I'd like to have a
better idea of the consequences of this change, as well an analysis of a
public site such as xwiki.org to see whether this could be causing
unforeseen and other unexpected issues. In other words: what could go wrong?

Thanks,

Guillaume
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On Fri, Nov 7, 2014 at 11:33 AM, Eduard Moraru enygma2...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi users and devs,

 I would like to have your opinion on the topic of case sensitive vs case
 insensitive and which one you prefer in XWiki.

 Currently, XWiki is case sensitive. This means the same resource name
 (document name, space name, etc) can be written with either small letters
 or big letters or a mix.

 Examples: You can have both Main.Test and Main.test as 2 different
 documents. Also, you can have XWiki.Admin and XWiki.admin as 2
 different users. This also applies to URLs, as /Main/Test is different
 from /Main/test or /main/test, so all these 3 are different resources.

 Even from this short description, one can already identify possible
 problems of this approach.

 From the top 3 operating systems (Linux, Mac an Windows), only Linux is
 case sensitive, the other two (more user-focused Operating Systems) are
 both case insensitive.

 Since XWiki has one of its main targets the Enterprise users, it is safe to
 assume that the correct approach would be to also be more user-focused and
 simplify things and avoid confusions by being case insensitive as well.

 Also, a quick search on existing issues validates the need for this
 improvement:
 http://jira.xwiki.org/issues/?jql=text%20~%20%22case%20insensitive%22

 What do you think? Is it OK to keep XWiki case sensitive, or would you
 prefer it case insensitive? Bring arguments.

 I have also created a jira issue for this idea:
 http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-11412 to track it in the future.

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Re: [xwiki-users] xwiki_vs_confluence

2014-09-25 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Alex,

thanks for your interest in XWiki! Out of curiosity, what would be the main
reasons why you're considering moving away from Confluence?

We're always interested in finding our more about what other wikis might do
better / worse (or just differently) from XWiki!

As for the migration, as stated by Thomas there's a module that you can use
for this.

Best,

Guillaume

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 wrote:

 On Thu, Sep 25, 2014 at 10:33 AM, asteinberg asteinb...@dsw-it.de wrote:
  Hello Community,
 
 
 
  our company is looking for an alternative for our confluence wiki. It
 seems
  to me xwiki could be the right wiki for us.
 
  Now my question: Is there a way to migrate confluence with all insert
 files,
  sites and blogposts to xwiki?
 
 
 
  Thank you for your help.
 
 
 
  Best Regards,
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] stats on search

2014-02-20 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Pascal,

XWiki does not provide this feature by default. However you could install
and use Piwik, which does: piwik.org

Best,

Guillaume


On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 2:38 PM, Pascal BASTIEN pbasnews-xw...@yahoo.frwrote:

 Hello,

 Are they a stats extension on frequently word used in the search tools?
 Like a cloud tags for exemple...


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Re: [xwiki-users] Tag Rules

2013-12-11 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Danilo,

here's my take on this:

On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 6:46 PM, Danilo Amaral de Oliveira 
danilo.olive...@energisa.com.br wrote:

 Hello People,

 How are you?
 I am providing the XWiki tool to my IT department. We will use it as
 central point for exchange technical information!
 In order to maintain an organized Wiki I am giving some tips to our users,
 for example: always use tags, try to kink other document and always verify
 the hierarchical relation of the document.
 But I have some minor doubts that you maybe help me.

 Do you establish some good practice to use tags? For example:
 try always use just substantive ,
 insert at least 3 tags for each document,
 use just capital letters, etc


I'd say the most important rules to follow with tags are the following:

   - *Avoid duplicates -* use the autosuggest to make sure you're not
   adding tags that are already there but spelled differently
   - *Make sure that tags are descriptive -* the tags have to have some
   meaning, people should be able to understand them easily
   - *Define a tag gardener -* someone who will look at the less used
   tags and will remove them on a monthly basis to avoid clutter

Other question is about the navigator, what do you think that work better
 with XWiki, I am using Firefox but I don’t know if the chrome works better.
 What do you suggest?


Firefox and Chrome are good choices. More information on this topic is
available here:
http://dev.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Community/BrowserSupportStrategy

Best,

Guillaume


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Re: [xwiki-users] Flashing the H.L.P. of the Mastermind

2013-12-06 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Karima,

I think you need to contact the guys at AscTec:
http://www.asctec.de/services-en/Contact/

Right now you're on the XWiki mailing lists, which is the software used to
power Asctec's wiki. We have no relationship with AscTec.

Good luck,

Guillaume

On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 3:32 PM, Karima Benzaid kari_benz...@yahoo.frwrote:

 Hello,

 I'm using the AscTec SDK V3.0 under Windows7 (with Eclipse environement)
 downloaded from AscTec SDK Download Wiki page (
 http://wiki.asctec.de/xwiki/bin/view/AscTec+Development+Tools/SDK+Downloads).
 I'm trying to flash the HLP of the Mastermind (with JTAG adapter) to test
 the SDK_EXAMPLE_gps_waypoint_control. When running OpenOCD Asctec-JTAG,
 the console shows only the line:
 Info:openocd.c:92 main(): Open On-Chip Debugger (2007-08-10 22:30 CEST)
 which means that the JTAG connection is activated correctly. But when
 debugging Asctec JTAG Debug, I get the following error:


 'Launching Asctec JTAG Debug' has encountered a problem.
 Error creating session

 Details in attachments.

 I'm trying to fix this error since the last week. I re-installed
 everything many times, I evenused another pc (windows7). But I still get
 the same error.

 Where doesthe error come from? How to deal with this problem to get the
 code on the H.L.P correctly?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Including and excluding linked text with tags

2013-12-06 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Tapio,

unfortunately I don't see any easy solution for your use case. You could
indeed try to have a velocity macro to achieve this:

{{velocity}}
#if($doc.space == SomeValue)
display line
#end
{{/velocity}}

But it will complicated to maintain for all your content.

Best,

Guillaume

On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 12:19 PM, Tapio Seppälä
tapio.sepp...@quanttos.fiwrote:

 Hi all,

 I've been looking for a long time a solution how to exclude some text from
 the source, when linked to another page, but haven't found it yet.

 We use XWiki as base of our help system for several applications. There are
 a lots of common topics which have the same, or almost the same content on
 each application help. So we built 'mother' pages of help which each and
 other different applications help then are using by linking to them. Header
 based tagging (we use XWiki syntax 2.1) is very user friendly for this
 purpose. The problem is, there are slight variations in the content of the
 text here and there between the applications.

 An example:

 There is a page explaining some settings of an application containing some
 200 rows of text. Most, but not all of the rows are the same. I might then
 like to do something like include the whole page in app #1 help, excluding
 only rows 33, 52 and 55 from the page, but include them still to some other
 app's help, and so on...

 I imagine the above could be done with some smart tags, macros and links,
 but as I am not a developer, so I can't do that and haven't found a
 solution. A few years ago we used syntax 1.0, and if I remember right,
 there
 was a possibility to include e.g. a sentence with tags, but not to exclude
 anything inside the linked part of the text.

 It is very irritating to copy and paste large amounts of text to different
 pages with only slight differences between them. And then again, when the
 'root' text has some change, e.g. a setting common to all apps changes, you
 have go and edit each of the pages created with copy-paste. This could be
 avoided if there was a way to include and exclude tagged text other than
 just between the headings.

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Re: [xwiki-users] XWiki Rights: Locked my keys in my car

2013-12-03 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Patrick,

in the end, did you find a way out of this issue? Do you still need help?
Do you need a carjacker to intervene and save the day?

Best,

Guillaume

On Sun, Dec 1, 2013 at 6:01 PM, Eduard Moraru enygma2...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi Patrick,

 AFAIK, there is no UI to reset the rights. One thing you could do to
 achieve that, would be to reimport the XWiki.XWikiPreferences page from the
 default XWiki Enterprise XAR [1] manually. You should also be careful not
 to override other settings you`ve made.

 Anyway, a lot simpler in your case, and probably recommended, is to enable
 and use the superadmin account [2] to log-in, fix your messed up rights
 and re-establish order in your wiki.

 Hope this helps,
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  OK, I completely borked my wiki and space permissions/rights and have
  locked myself out of several spaces as both Admin and a user (the global
  permissions are all unchecked but I cannot see the wrench or click on
  administer space from my Admin account).
 
  Any way to reset all privileges to the factor defaults?
 
  I do not have any users yet, but have migrated  all of our content over
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Re: [xwiki-users] Is XWiki supporting CMIS standart?

2013-11-22 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Eugen,

right now this is not on the XWiki roadmap. You can bring it up for the
next roadmap cycle which will take place next year (6.x), but you'll need
to gather support from additional users.

If you want, you could create a JIRA issue logged as an improvement and try
to get users voting for it.

Best,

Guillaume

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 7:57 PM, Eugen Colesnicov ecolesni...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hi,

 LibreOffice now integrates with Content Management Systems and online
 document storage via the CMIS standard. This allows you to access directly
 documents stored on ECM systems, be they Open Source like Alfresco, Nuxeo
 or
 proprietary, like Microsoft SharePoint.

 Is XWiki supporting CMIS standart? If it is not - I think, that developers
 should put attention on this subject, because this question looks like
 noticeably for different kind of users.

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Re: [xwiki-users] AppWithinMinutes - Autoincrement

2013-11-21 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

you might be able to use the method getUniquePageName to achieve this
though. You'll probably need to edit the app's code or to generate your own
creation button.

More info about this API here:
http://nexus.xwiki.org/nexus/service/local/repositories/releases/archive/org/xwiki/platform/xwiki-platform-oldcore/5.2.1/xwiki-platform-oldcore-5.2.1-javadoc.jar/!/index.html

Good luck,

Guillaume

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 Hi Guillaume,

 Good to hear that this feature is on the AWM roadmap. For now we will
 search
 for a different solution (possibly just a LiveTable where a user needs to
 add a new row by hand)

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Re: [xwiki-users] AppWithinMinutes - Autoincrement

2013-11-20 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Hamster,

this feature is indeed on the AWM roadmap but unfortunately it is not
implemented yet.

Guillaume

On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 3:36 PM, Hamster teun...@hotmail.com wrote:

 A user asked me if we could use the AppWithinMinutes (AWM) to create an
 error
 log for a machine. When an error occures at that machine, the user would
 add
 the date, error code, and some other stuff.

 So I said, yes, we can use the AWM for that...but then I realized that a
 user needs to enter a new page name if he wants to add a new entry to that
 application.

 For an errorlog application I would like to have an autoincrement that
 automaticly generates a new (non-existing) pagename.

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Re: [xwiki-users] XE's Antivirus plugin for attached files

2013-11-12 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Well, in the end I wasn't able to find a working implementation of the
plugin. I'm sure it existed at some point, but unfortunately it was never
contributed properly.

Sorry,

Guillaume

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evandron...@gmail.com wrote:

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Re: [xwiki-users] Confused by Workspaces, SubWikis, Wikis, etc...

2013-11-05 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,


On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 8:49 PM, Dmitry Bakbardin haru_mamb...@mail.ruwrote:

  Hi, Guillaume


 Понедельник,  4 ноября 2013, 18:00 +01:00 от Guillaume Lerouge 
 guilla...@xwiki.com:
 Hi,
 
 you hit just one of the items we're working on trying to make easier to
 understand and use. This means that right now things are a bit in flux,
 and
 not quite finished.
 
 Right now you can run 2 wikis on the same instance with local users per
 wiki. We're working so that this is still possible (and easier to
 achieve!)
 by the end of the XWiki 5.x cycle, which will be XWiki Enterprise 5.5.
 That
 release is scheduled for early next year, so if you can wait until then
 you'll be able to avoid a couple upgrades.
 Does it mean that Workspace Manager and Wiki manager will be combined in
 one application?


Yes.

See the proposal here:
http://incubator.myxwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Improvements/MultiWiki

Especially the part about wiki creation here:
http://incubator.myxwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Improvements/CreateWikiImprovements

Thanks,

Guillaume

Best,
 
 Guillaume
 
 On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 5:15 PM, Ghanshyam Patel  zip...@gmail.com 
 wrote:
 
  Thanks for the information Vincent.  It's cleared up some confusion.
 
  I thought I was on the latest XWiki but looks like I'm on 5.1.  I'll
 work
  on upgrading to 5.2.  In 5.2 are wikis stored in the same schema like
  workspaces or does XWiki create a different schema for each?  It sounds
  like it'll still use the same architecture as workspaces but just
 renamed
  to wiki.
 
  From what I understand, it's not possible to run 2 Wikis on the same
  instance with local users for each Wiki?
 
 
  On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 2:15 AM, Vincent Massol  vinc...@massol.net 
 wrote:
 
  
   On 04 Nov 2013, at 04:42, Ghanshyam Patel  zip...@gmail.com  wrote:
  
Hi,
   
I've been using XWiki within my team at work and would like to
 expand
adoption of it across different groups.  While doing research I was
thoroughly confused by the differences between Workspaces, SubWikis,
   Wikis,
multi-tenancy, etc…
  
   They all mean roughyl  the same thing and starting with 5.2 we’re
 merging
   all concepts together. We’re removing the terminology “workspace” in
  favor
   of “wiki” (or “subwiki”).
  
What I would like to do is be able to run one instance of XWiki and
 be
   able
to create separate Wikis (in different schemas).  Within each Wiki
 I'd
   like
to allow users to create their own Workspaces (I think I'm using
 that
correctly).
  
   Nope ;) A workspace is a subwiki with no local users (only global
 users).
  
Example:
- IT Wiki
   -- Bob's Workspace
   -- Alice's Workspace
   
- Finance Wiki
   -- Joe's Workspace
   -- Jane's Workspace
   
   
I want to be able to keep the users separated between the IT Wiki
 and
Finance Wiki but allow shared users for the Workspaces under each of
   those
Wikis.
   
I think installing the Wiki Manager Application and Workspace
  Application
should do the trick.  However, it sounds like Wiki Manager is the
 old
  way
of doing it and it's being deprecated.
  
   These are installed by default starting with 5.2.
  
   There’s no notion of nested wikis though so what you wish to do is not
   possible.
  
   What you can do is have a flat structure with 4 wikis:
  
   - Bob IT wiki
   - Alice IT wiki
   - Joe Finance wiki
   - Jane Finance wiki
  
   or have 2 wikis with spaces:
  
   - IT wiki
 — Bob's **space**
 — Alice's **space**
   - Finance wiki
 — Joe's **space**
 — Jane's **space”
  
   You should really use XWiki 5.2 (and 5.3 when it’s out since we’re
   currently working on this topic to improve it), it makes all this
  simpler.
  
   Now yes you’re right in that you can install Wiki Manager Application.
   Workspace Application won’t help you since it create subwikis that use
   global users only.
  
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Re: [xwiki-users] 5.2 + Tuckey short URLs minor bugs

2013-11-05 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

I regularly talk with users who ask about the long URL strings (what's
this xwiki/bin/view thingie?) and would like to remove them.

I'm +1 to make this easier to do by default.

Guillaume

On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 8:09 AM, Vincent Massol vinc...@massol.net wrote:

 Hi Dmitry,

 On 04 Nov 2013, at 03:18, Dmitry Bakbardin haru_mamb...@mail.ru wrote:

  Hi, All!
 
  5.2 Brand new install + Short URLs with Tuckey.org plugin as described in
 
 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/ShortURLs#HUrlRewriteFilter
 
  Short URLs work perfect, XWiki generates correct link in pages, BUT some
 links are genereated with /bin/ part still.
  Quick search showed some places:
  1. XWiki Logo
  2. Attachments
  3. Welcome to your wiki link in the Recent Changes Panel
 
  Should it be considered as a bug?

 Yes, please file a JIRA issue. I knew that I had fixed most places but
 missed some so thanks for raising it :)
 (see
 http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-9437?focusedCommentId=77298page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:comment-tabpanel#comment-77298)

  Is there a reason NOT to bundle Tuckey's solution with standard XWiki
 distribution?

 No reason AFAIK. We could bundle it but the question is more: do we want
 short URLs by default?

 Thanks
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Re: [xwiki-users] Confused by Workspaces, SubWikis, Wikis, etc...

2013-11-04 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

you hit just one of the items we're working on trying to make easier to
understand and use. This means that right now things are a bit in flux, and
not quite finished.

Right now you can run 2 wikis on the same instance with local users per
wiki. We're working so that this is still possible (and easier to achieve!)
by the end of the XWiki 5.x cycle, which will be XWiki Enterprise 5.5. That
release is scheduled for early next year, so if you can wait until then
you'll be able to avoid a couple upgrades.

Best,

Guillaume

On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 5:15 PM, Ghanshyam Patel zip...@gmail.com wrote:

 Thanks for the information Vincent.  It's cleared up some confusion.

 I thought I was on the latest XWiki but looks like I'm on 5.1.  I'll work
 on upgrading to 5.2.  In 5.2 are wikis stored in the same schema like
 workspaces or does XWiki create a different schema for each?  It sounds
 like it'll still use the same architecture as workspaces but just renamed
 to wiki.

 From what I understand, it's not possible to run 2 Wikis on the same
 instance with local users for each Wiki?


 On Mon, Nov 4, 2013 at 2:15 AM, Vincent Massol vinc...@massol.net wrote:

 
  On 04 Nov 2013, at 04:42, Ghanshyam Patel zip...@gmail.com wrote:
 
   Hi,
  
   I've been using XWiki within my team at work and would like to expand
   adoption of it across different groups.  While doing research I was
   thoroughly confused by the differences between Workspaces, SubWikis,
  Wikis,
   multi-tenancy, etc…
 
  They all mean roughyl  the same thing and starting with 5.2 we’re merging
  all concepts together. We’re removing the terminology “workspace” in
 favor
  of “wiki” (or “subwiki”).
 
   What I would like to do is be able to run one instance of XWiki and be
  able
   to create separate Wikis (in different schemas).  Within each Wiki I'd
  like
   to allow users to create their own Workspaces (I think I'm using that
   correctly).
 
  Nope ;) A workspace is a subwiki with no local users (only global users).
 
   Example:
   - IT Wiki
  -- Bob's Workspace
  -- Alice's Workspace
  
   - Finance Wiki
  -- Joe's Workspace
  -- Jane's Workspace
  
  
   I want to be able to keep the users separated between the IT Wiki and
   Finance Wiki but allow shared users for the Workspaces under each of
  those
   Wikis.
  
   I think installing the Wiki Manager Application and Workspace
 Application
   should do the trick.  However, it sounds like Wiki Manager is the old
 way
   of doing it and it's being deprecated.
 
  These are installed by default starting with 5.2.
 
  There’s no notion of nested wikis though so what you wish to do is not
  possible.
 
  What you can do is have a flat structure with 4 wikis:
 
  - Bob IT wiki
  - Alice IT wiki
  - Joe Finance wiki
  - Jane Finance wiki
 
  or have 2 wikis with spaces:
 
  - IT wiki
— Bob's **space**
— Alice's **space**
  - Finance wiki
— Joe's **space**
— Jane's **space”
 
  You should really use XWiki 5.2 (and 5.3 when it’s out since we’re
  currently working on this topic to improve it), it makes all this
 simpler.
 
  Now yes you’re right in that you can install Wiki Manager Application.
  Workspace Application won’t help you since it create subwikis that use
  global users only.
 
  Thanks
  -Vincent
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] esoteric features

2013-09-27 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Indeed, I think this definitely one of the weirdest, most trollish threads
I've seen in the community since I arrived :-)

I'm pretty sorry to have been the one who unintentionally ignited it with
my answer!

Happy wikiing,

Guillaume

PS: do we have a system for banning users?


On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 9:17 AM, Jeremie BOUSQUET 
jeremie.bousq...@gmail.com wrote:

 Ok, so this is a troll ... Of the worst kind I would say :)

 If you have ideas to save the world and are just able to complain that you
 miss time and money and others are not nice, well, that's just utterly
 specious and childish.


 2013/9/27 Richard Kulisz richardkul...@gmail.com

  On 9/27/13, Ecaterina Moraru (Valica) vali...@gmail.com wrote:
   Let me see it in reality and then we can discuss to see it in virtual
   world. Show me a child that knows from the start how to speak, or to
  walk,
   or whatever you'd like. Programming isn't breathing; and even in that
  case
   there are some conditions changes and screaming involved.
 
 
  My proposed features aren't meant to enable communication with
  right-wing authoritarians such as yourself. They are meant to enable
  your exclusion.
 
  Go away while the grownups are talking.
 
 
  I mean all this literally. I've learned to detect the putrescence of
  RWA personality disorder from a mile away. And much like Narcissists
  are mental 6 year olds, RWAs are mental 12 year olds. They are NOT
  mental adults and I refuse to play pretend with someone else's
  annoying children.
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Re: [xwiki-users] esoteric features

2013-09-27 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
The upside of this discussion is that it led me to the discovery of this
gem:

http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?RichardKuliszFanClub

Should we start one too?

Guillaume

On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 11:37 AM, Richard Kulisz richardkul...@gmail.comwrote:

 By the way, it stinks to high heavens when software supposedly made
 for communication won't even enable the users OF the software to talk
 ABOUT the software. I didn't realize what the problem was until now
 but ... wow. Xwiki wiki must be a piece of shit if it can't even
 support talking about itself on an Xwiki wiki server.

 That must be why my subconscious was shying away from Xwikiwiki and
 the other thing. Only Wagn developers eat their own dog food.

 You talk about X Wiki Wiki changing communications ... sneer You
 don't even believe it will change YOUR communications. The lack of
 faith you have in your own product is ... almost astonishing, but
 mostly a combination facepalm and contempt.

 And THAT, your lack of faith in your own product, shows you're not a
 strategist nor a visionary nor a dreamer nor an inventor nor anything
 else. You're just a filthy backwards-looking engineer. Ugh.
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Re: [xwiki-users] esoteric features

2013-09-26 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Richard,

unfortunately I don't think XWiki offers the features you're looking for.
I'm not even sure what you mean by patron blindness or autonomous
agents in the context of a wiki.

XWiki does support includes though.

What exactly is it you're trying to achieve in your system?

Best of luck in your search,

Guillaume

On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 9:08 AM, Richard Kulisz richardkul...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hi there,

 I'm investigating whether this wiki engine is right for me. I'm
 looking for three specific design features:

 1. able to attach autonomous agents to pages

 2. transclusions / includes.

 3. capability security model rather than ACLs

 features #3 + #1 can easily be made to enact:
 3a. patron blindness - users can become patrons of others and their
 own patron is blind to that, but must deal with the entire
 sub-hierarchy of users as a collective

 which makes this other feature rather important:
 3b. patron multiplicity - users can acquire multiple patrons just in
 case their first patron decides to eradicate them

 Oh and I suppose:
 4. automatic garbage collection and revisions even of deleted pages


 If you know of another wiki engine that supports these better, please
 let me know. I know that Wagn supports transclusions but I'm rather
 doubtful that anyone supports a capability security model. Even though
 ACLs really should have died out in the 70s.


 Thanks for reading this far,

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Re: [xwiki-users] How to avoid (x) turning into a red X image?

2013-09-26 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
You need to deactivate smileys. I think there's an entry in
xwiki.properties regarding this.

Guillaume


On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 6:00 PM, Todd O'Bryan toddobr...@gmail.com wrote:

 I tried to write f(x) and got f followed by a pretty image of a red x.

 My guess is that there's a help page showing these replacements and
 how to avoid them, but I couldn't find it with a quick search. Where
 should I look?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Rating the XWiki solution in the Smile open source guide

2013-09-17 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
8 votes already! Very nice :-)

Thanks!

Guillaume

On Tue, Sep 17, 2013 at 12:32 PM, Vincent Massol vinc...@massol.net wrote:


 On Sep 17, 2013, at 12:22 PM, Dmitry Bakbardin haru_mamb...@mail.ru
 wrote:

  By the way: there is ENGLISH on this site. Just switch language :-)

 ah nice :)

 Thanks for voting!
 -Vincent

  Kind regards,
 
  Dmitry
 
  Вторник, 17 сентября 2013, 10:08 +02:00 от Vincent Massol 
 vinc...@massol.net:
  Dear XWiki users,
 
  A French company (Smile) is providing an online guide of open source
 solutions and they're rating the different solutions:
  http://www.open-source-guide.com/
 
  They've included XWiki here:
 
 http://www.open-source-guide.com/Solutions/Applications/Blogs-wiki-et-forums/Xwiki
 
  They provide their own rating but they also allow users to rate the
 solutions.
 
  It would be great if you could spend one minute rating XWiki!
 
  It's very simple and even if you don't speak French it's easy. You just
 have to go to
 http://www.open-source-guide.com/Solutions/Applications/Blogs-wiki-et-forums/Xwiki#and
  click on Donner mon avis. You then have 6 questions for which to give
 from 1 to 5 stars + an opinion if you wish (you could leave it in English).
 
  That will help the XWiki project.
 
  Thanks for your help
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Re: [xwiki-users] [Brainstorming] XWiki Office Hours?

2013-09-09 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Vincent,

if you look at Jenkins, apparently most Office Hours are handled by the
project lead. So unless you want to do it yourself, I'm not sure who else
might do it.

Guillaume


On Mon, Aug 26, 2013 at 11:10 AM, Vincent Massol vinc...@massol.net wrote:

 ping!

 Nobody else thinks that this could be nice to do?

 Thanks
 -Vincent

 On Jul 3, 2013, at 5:38 PM, Vincent Massol vinc...@massol.net wrote:

  Hey guys,
 
  I've stumbled upon Jenkins' Office Hours initiative at
 https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/Office+Hours and I found the
 idea to be nice.
 
  I wonder if there are users or xwiki devs who could be interested by
 setting this up for the XWiki project too
 
  See https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/Office+Hours
 
  WDYT?
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] xwiki search duplicated results

2013-02-04 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi David,

is your wiki set to multilingual? If so, this might be the explanation. For
instance if you have the word bonjour on both the FR and EN version of a
page and you search for it, that page wil show up twice in search results,
once for each language.

Guillaume

On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 4:40 PM, David Delbecq david.delb...@meteo.bewrote:

 Hello,

 using the search tools in Xwiki, i notice that some documents appear
 several times in search results. Why does lucene gives duplicate results
 and how to avoid this? Do i need to reindex or so?

 Best regards,

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Re: [xwiki-users] [xwiki-devs] [ANN] XWiki.TableEdit extension now available for your ExtensionManager installing pleasure.

2013-01-09 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Caleb,

this looks very cool indeed! I'll try it out soon.

Guillaume

On Wed, Jan 9, 2013 at 2:58 AM, Caleb James DeLisle 
calebdeli...@lavabit.com wrote:

 Hi all,

 I'm proud to announce that after a few weeks of hectic downtime I finally
 got XWiki.TableEdit extension finished. XWiki.TableEdit allows you to edit
 wiki tables as if they were spreadsheets using the jquery.sheet in-browser
 spreadsheet editor.

 Internally XWiki.TableEdit is an exiting foray into a new frontier of
 modular
 javascript, relying entirely on Asynchronous Modular Definition to load
 it's
 component parts. ( https://github.com/amdjs/amdjs-api/wiki/AMD )

 XWiki.TableEdit is still in it's infancy, future plans include editing of
 spreadsheets in attachments, conversion of the loading and saving APIs to
 the
 simple REST-like JIO standard ( http://www.j-io.org/ ) so that others can
 more
 easily develop similar editors, and porting the entire widget from painful
 hand written javascript to simple HTML5 based on renderjs
 ( http://www.renderjs.org/ ) which can be installed in other frameworks.

 More information about the extension:

 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/XWiki+TableEdit

 I'd love to hear your feedback, especially browsers where it doesn't work.
 xwiki-contrib JIRA project coming soon..

 Thanks,
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Re: [xwiki-users] [myxwiki] new wiki request

2012-12-26 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi xrichard,

many XWiki community members are currently on holiday. I guess they'll
start checking their email regularly again early next year.

I would encourage you to keep using XWiki Cloud for now and re-post here in
about a week if your request is still pending.

Best,

Guillaume

On Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 5:09 PM, xrichard ldm...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hello,

 My request is still pending. I want to experiment an full wiki to host
 geek tutorials.

 My initial request was:
 - My user name: xrichard
 - Description of the Wiki: first level tutorials on Windows, Android,
 Ubuntu
 and maybe more
 - Server Name for this new wiki: tutos

 If something is wrong please let met know .

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Re: [xwiki-users] Paste picture/image from clipboard

2012-11-09 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
No. You have to save it first, then upload it to the wiki page.

Guillaume

On Fri, Nov 9, 2012 at 11:59 AM, Hamster teun...@hotmail.com wrote:

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Re: [xwiki-users] Multipage PDF Export and child/parent dependency

2012-09-19 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Richard,

did you look at this extension:
http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Multipage+PDF+Export ?

Guillaume

On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 4:04 PM, Ryszard Łach ryszard.l...@contium.plwrote:

 Hi, again.

 It seems that levels are increased  by one in each document for each
 parent leading to 'top document', they are not increased only if the
 parent is empty.

 What is it for? How one should organize xwiki pages to get one, big
 structured document in PDF?

 R.

 On 09/18/12 15:32, Ryszard Łach wrote:
  Hi.
 
  I'm trying to use
 
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Multipage+Export+Application
  . It works almost fine, but I cannot find out how to create document
  structure exactly as I need.
 
  I've created three pages in Sandbox (T1, T2 and T3) with the following
  content (xwiki source):
 
  T1:
 
  = T1-1 =
 
  T2:
 
  = T1-2 =
 
  T3:
 
  = T1-3 =
 
  (T1 stands for Title1 heading).
 
  Each one of them has 'Sandbox.WebHome' as their parent.
  When I create Multipage export (html or pdf), then in resulting document
  heading levels are being changed. This is HTML output:
 
  h1 id=HT1-1spanT1-1/span/h1h4
 id=child_1543277317spanT2/span/h4h5
 id=HT1-2spanT1-2/span/h5h4
 id=child_1543277318spanT3/span/h4h5
 id=HT1-3spanT1-3/span/h5
 
  Is there any way to keep the original heading levels intact?
 
  TIA,
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] Show announcement on XWiki

2012-08-21 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Hamster,

one method I've used in the past is to create a page called Main.Announce

Then I would include the content of this page in header.vm and style it in
bold red.

This way when there is content in Main.Announce it's displayed at the top
of the page for everyone to see. When there is none, nothing displays.

Guillaume

On Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 11:36 AM, Hamster teun...@hotmail.com wrote:

 I am interested in how others are making annoucements on their XWiki.

 For example: let's say that there's maintenance scheduled to the network,
 and that certain drives are unavailable for some period of time. Or that
 email is unavailable for a certain period of time?

 Right now, we are using email as our main method of communication, but I
 would like to eliminate email saying We are out of water from 10:00 till
 13:00...last friday!!! Everybody is busy reading email about things which
 happened at some time in the past :-)

 How can that announcement be made visible on the mainpage of our XWiki?

 We could just edit the XWiki mainpage, show the annoucement and remove it
 afterwards (but that's not so sophisticated)

 What other options are available?

 I was thinking about the Blog Application, where the annoucement will be
 made. Annoucements could be a seperate category in the Blog. The XWiki
 mainpage should only show Blog entries of a specific category. Best thing
 would be if we could publish the Blog entry at a certain time (this is
 possible), and unpublish the Blog entry after the maintenance has been
 completed (not yet possible in an automated fashion, but you can hide a
 blog entry by hand).

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Re: [xwiki-users] Regular users can edit access rights?

2012-07-30 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Moritz,

On Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 8:46 AM, Moritz Hesse (EnergieArchitektur) 
moritz.he...@ea-gmbh.de wrote:

 Hi, we have made the experience, that regular users can edit access rights
 for pages. Is this regular behaviour?


Yes. Right now, given that an user with edit rights can add objects to a
page, that user is able to add XWikiRights objects and thus set rights at
the page level.


 And funnily: The user can only _grant_
 access rights but cannot revoke them. Plus: he can only grant it to _one_
 group/user. In both cases (when trying to revoke or when trying to grant to
 any other group/user) the system says, that there was an error when
 communicating with the server.


I think there is some kind of safety code related to this, but you'd need
a developer to verify. It might simply be a bug.

Is it in gerenal possible to restrict access to the access page and to the

objects page for regular users?


You could look at changing the Apache configuration to disallow adding
XWikiRights objects, or write a listener in XWiki that detects these kind
of changes and rolls them back automatically if the context user is not an
admin.

Thanks,
Guillaume

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Re: [xwiki-users] Disallow the creation of spaces

2012-07-16 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Hamster,

unfortunately XWiki does not really have a create space right.

One way to do this is to remove the edit right at the wiki level for
XWikiAllGroup and to explicitly re-add it only for existing spaces. It's a
bit time consuming if you have many spaces, but it works.

Guillaume

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 I ant that our regular users can't create any new spaces, how can we do
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Re: [xwiki-users] Panels only shown to administrators

2012-07-16 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Arne,

I hope you're happy about XWiki. For the record, XWiki SAS, the company
behind the Open Source software, offers enterprise support:
http://www.xwiki.com/xwiki/bin/view/Offer/Support

This would provide you with a guaranteed response time when meeting issues
or questions while using our software. Please do let me know if that's
something you could be interested in.

Wishing you a nice day,

Guillaume

On Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 8:12 AM, Pannecoucque, Arne 
a.pannecouc...@connectgroup.com wrote:

 Thanks! I had set the view rights on for two users and left the rest
 blank. I thought that it would have no effect because they were not
 blocked either, but it did.

 Arne Pannecoucque

 -Original Message-
 From: users-boun...@xwiki.org [mailto:users-boun...@xwiki.org] On Behalf
 Of Marius Dumitru Florea
 Sent: 12 Jul 2012 8:06
 To: XWiki Users
 Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Panels only shown to administrators

 Check the (view) rights set for the Panels space and the documents
 within it (most of the panels are documents inside the Panels space).

 Hope this helps,
 Marius

 On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 1:09 PM, Pannecoucque, Arne
 a.pannecouc...@connectgroup.com wrote:
  Hi,
 
  Thanks for the reply. I've set the panels up in the global
  administration page Page Elements and haven't set any space specific
  panel options. The code for the quick link panel is below and except
 for
  the edit this panel option I don't see anything that is hidden for
  normal users?
 
  {{velocity}}
  #panelheader($msg.get('xe.panels.quicklinks'))
  * [[$msg.get('xe.panels.quicklinks.dashboard')Dashboard.WebHome]]
 
 image:path:$xwiki.getSkinFile('icons/xwiki/rss-medium.png')||alt=(R
  SS) title=RSS feed for wiki updates class=icon
  rss]]path:${xwiki.getURL('Main.WebRss', 'view', 'xpage=plain')}]]
  * [[$msg.get('xe.panels.quicklinks.index')Main.AllDocs]]
  *
 [[$msg.get('xe.panels.quicklinks.userdirectory')Main.UserDirectory]]
  * [[$msg.get('xe.panels.quicklinks.blog')Blog.WebHome]]
 
 image:path:$xwiki.getSkinFile('icons/xwiki/rss-medium.png')||alt=(R
  SS) title=RSS feed for blog posts class=icon
  rss]]path:${xwiki.getURL('Blog.GlobalBlogRss', 'view',
  'xpage=plain')}]]
  * [[$msg.get('xe.panels.quicklinks.sandbox')Sandbox.WebHome]]
  * [[$msg.get('Documentation')Documentation.WebHome]]
  * [[$msg.get('Calendar')Main.EventCalendar]]
 
  #if ($xwiki.hasAdminRights())
  [[$msg.get('xe.panels.edit')path:${xwiki.getURL('Panels.QuickLinks',
  'inline')}]]
  #end
  #panelfooter()
  {{/velocity}}
 
  Thanks,
  Arne Pannecoucque
 
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 Behalf
  Of Ecaterina Moraru (Valica)
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  Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Panels only shown to administrators
 
  Hi,
 
 
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Panels+Application#
  HControllingwheretodisplayPanels
 
  Maybe you just configured them for a specific space, or maybe in the
  logic
  of the panel there is a restriction just for admins?
 
  Thanks,
  Caty
 
  On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 3:33 PM, Pannecoucque, Arne 
  a.pannecouc...@connectgroup.com wrote:
 
  Hi all,
 
 
 
  I've been asked by my company to set up a XWiki to share
 documentation
  between different groups. So far it's been going pretty well, but I
  seem
  to have a problem with the panel sidebars. When logged in as
  administrator everything shows up as it should: on the left a
  navigation
  panel and on the right the standard quick links and recent
  modifications
  panels. If I change however to a normal user the panels aren't shown,
  only the blank spaces where they should be.
 
 
 
  I expect it to be some issue with group or user rights I, perhaps,
  changed, but I have no idea where to find it. And I can't seem to
 find
  any documentation over which groups can see which panels?
 
 
 
  Thanks in advance,
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] Panels only shown to administrators

2012-07-16 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
My bad, this was supposed to be a direct email.

Sorry for the noise and the (shameless!) plug.

Guillaume

On Mon, Jul 16, 2012 at 5:21 PM, Guillaume Lerouge guilla...@xwiki.comwrote:

 Hi Arne,

 I hope you're happy about XWiki. For the record, XWiki SAS, the company
 behind the Open Source software, offers enterprise support:
 http://www.xwiki.com/xwiki/bin/view/Offer/Support

 This would provide you with a guaranteed response time when meeting issues
 or questions while using our software. Please do let me know if that's
 something you could be interested in.

 Wishing you a nice day,

 Guillaume


 On Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 8:12 AM, Pannecoucque, Arne 
 a.pannecouc...@connectgroup.com wrote:

 Thanks! I had set the view rights on for two users and left the rest
 blank. I thought that it would have no effect because they were not
 blocked either, but it did.

 Arne Pannecoucque

 -Original Message-
 From: users-boun...@xwiki.org [mailto:users-boun...@xwiki.org] On Behalf
 Of Marius Dumitru Florea
 Sent: 12 Jul 2012 8:06
 To: XWiki Users
 Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Panels only shown to administrators

 Check the (view) rights set for the Panels space and the documents
 within it (most of the panels are documents inside the Panels space).

 Hope this helps,
 Marius

 On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 1:09 PM, Pannecoucque, Arne
 a.pannecouc...@connectgroup.com wrote:
  Hi,
 
  Thanks for the reply. I've set the panels up in the global
  administration page Page Elements and haven't set any space specific
  panel options. The code for the quick link panel is below and except
 for
  the edit this panel option I don't see anything that is hidden for
  normal users?
 
  {{velocity}}
  #panelheader($msg.get('xe.panels.quicklinks'))
  * [[$msg.get('xe.panels.quicklinks.dashboard')Dashboard.WebHome]]
 
 image:path:$xwiki.getSkinFile('icons/xwiki/rss-medium.png')||alt=(R
  SS) title=RSS feed for wiki updates class=icon
  rss]]path:${xwiki.getURL('Main.WebRss', 'view', 'xpage=plain')}]]
  * [[$msg.get('xe.panels.quicklinks.index')Main.AllDocs]]
  *
 [[$msg.get('xe.panels.quicklinks.userdirectory')Main.UserDirectory]]
  * [[$msg.get('xe.panels.quicklinks.blog')Blog.WebHome]]
 
 image:path:$xwiki.getSkinFile('icons/xwiki/rss-medium.png')||alt=(R
  SS) title=RSS feed for blog posts class=icon
  rss]]path:${xwiki.getURL('Blog.GlobalBlogRss', 'view',
  'xpage=plain')}]]
  * [[$msg.get('xe.panels.quicklinks.sandbox')Sandbox.WebHome]]
  * [[$msg.get('Documentation')Documentation.WebHome]]
  * [[$msg.get('Calendar')Main.EventCalendar]]
 
  #if ($xwiki.hasAdminRights())
  [[$msg.get('xe.panels.edit')path:${xwiki.getURL('Panels.QuickLinks',
  'inline')}]]
  #end
  #panelfooter()
  {{/velocity}}
 
  Thanks,
  Arne Pannecoucque
 
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  From: users-boun...@xwiki.org [mailto:users-boun...@xwiki.org] On
 Behalf
  Of Ecaterina Moraru (Valica)
  Sent: 11 Jul 2012 11:57
  To: XWiki Users
  Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Panels only shown to administrators
 
  Hi,
 
 
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Panels+Application#
  HControllingwheretodisplayPanels
 
  Maybe you just configured them for a specific space, or maybe in the
  logic
  of the panel there is a restriction just for admins?
 
  Thanks,
  Caty
 
  On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 3:33 PM, Pannecoucque, Arne 
  a.pannecouc...@connectgroup.com wrote:
 
  Hi all,
 
 
 
  I've been asked by my company to set up a XWiki to share
 documentation
  between different groups. So far it's been going pretty well, but I
  seem
  to have a problem with the panel sidebars. When logged in as
  administrator everything shows up as it should: on the left a
  navigation
  panel and on the right the standard quick links and recent
  modifications
  panels. If I change however to a normal user the panels aren't shown,
  only the blank spaces where they should be.
 
 
 
  I expect it to be some issue with group or user rights I, perhaps,
  changed, but I have no idea where to find it. And I can't seem to
 find
  any documentation over which groups can see which panels?
 
 
 
  Thanks in advance,
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] Manually approve a user registration

2012-07-04 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Fernando,

as a last resort, as an admin you can edit an user's page in object edition
mode. Find the activated property and switch it to 1, then save the
page.

You're done!

Guillaume

On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 3:37 PM, Fernando de Alcântara Correia 
fernando.corr...@benner.com.br wrote:

 I'm using XWIKI ENTERPRISE 3.3 and I need the wiki to have a closed
 registration process, i.e., it must not allow any user to register and
 validate their own account. Either the administrator will have to include
 them, or the user could register but the admin would have to approve the
 registration.

 Currently, I changed the Registration options so the validation code is
 NOT sent to the user. But I can't find a way for an administrator to
 activate a user (or deactivate, for that matter).

 I appreciate any directions you can give me.

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Re: [xwiki-users] Wiki-fying a database schema / DDL?

2012-07-02 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
There is also this plugin:

http://xwikisql.gradsoft.ua/docs/XWikiSqlPluginGuide.html

But I'm not sure whether it still works.

Guillaume

On Mon, Jul 2, 2012 at 7:55 AM, Vincent Massol vinc...@massol.net wrote:

 Hi Matt,

 On Jul 2, 2012, at 1:30 AM, Matt Lamoureux wrote:

  Hi all,
I'm just starting to use Xwiki, having been the admin for my company's
  JSPwiki installation for a few years now.  In that one, we had a very
  useful part of the wiki which was an online database schema for our
  databases.  You see a list of the tables, which you can click on and see
  the list of fields in that table, which you can click on and see the
  information regarding that field.  Our method was to take a DDL and run
 it
  through a script which parsed it out into files that JSPwiki could read.
  This way, we could take updated DDL's, run those through the script, and
  keep updating the table list and table info pages, while leaving the
 field
  named pages untouched.
Assuming I have described that correctly, does anyone have any
 solutions
  that would be similar to this in Xwiki?  Something that doesn't involve
  manually updating the table list and table info pages?

 That would be great. The info we have at
 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/DatabaseSchema is a bit
 too static indeed.

   I was thinking we
  could modify the script to spit out something that we could the import
 into
  Xwiki, but I'm not sure if that is the best approach.  I was hoping there
  was a plugin that let you connect to a database and run real-time queries
  and then us a macro to wiki-fy the results, but I didn't find anything
 like
  that.

 Here's an example:
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Execute+SQL

 Thanks
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Re: [xwiki-users] space redirection on user subscription

2012-07-02 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
You forgot a closing ):

You're using this:

{{velocity}}
$response.sendRedirect($xwiki.getURL('Main.Activity')
{{/velocity}}

instead of this:

{{velocity}}
$response.sendRedirect($xwiki.getURL('Main.Activity')*) ## added missing
parenthese*
{{/velocity}}

Guillaume

On Mon, Jul 2, 2012 at 3:25 PM, yann gensollen y...@gensollen.com wrote:

 i am extremely sorry to annoy you again with my little problem but i
 still cannot make it work. I tried to replace my space by standards
 page and space. but i am still not redirected on the page after
 registration. I stay still on main.Webhome instead of activity in the
 example

 my code of main webhome is now

 {{include document=Dashboard.WebHome context=new/}}
 {{velocity}}
 $response.sendRedirect($xwiki.getURL('Main.Activity')
 {{/velocity}}

 thanks



 2012/7/2, Marius Dumitru Florea mariusdumitru.flo...@xwiki.com:
  On Mon, Jul 2, 2012 at 10:56 AM, yann gensollen y...@gensollen.com
 wrote:
  Hello thanks for your help
 
  my code is now  for main WebHome
 
  {{include document=Dashboard.WebHome context=new/}}
  {{velocity}}
 
  $xwiki.getURL(guide utilisateur Alexandhry.WebHome)
 
  Vincent suggested you to use $xwiki.getURL() instead of
  $xwiki.getDocumentURL(), not to drop the $request.sendRedirect() call.
  As you can see, there's no getDocumentURL method in
 
 http://nexus.xwiki.org/nexus/service/local/repositories/releases/archive/org/xwiki/platform/xwiki-platform-oldcore/4.1.2/xwiki-platform-oldcore-4.1.2-javadoc.jar/!/com/xpn/xwiki/api/XWiki.html
  .
 
  $response.sendRedirect($xwiki.getURL('guide utilisateur
  Alexandhry.WebHome')
 
  Hope this helps,
  Marius
 
  {{/velocity}}
 
  but it still does not work when a user registers it still goes on main
  space instead of specific space. I also have changed default page on
  cfg file but no success either
 
  thanks
 
  yann
 
  2012/6/29, Vincent Massol vinc...@massol.net:
 
  On Jun 29, 2012, at 5:23 PM, yann gensollen wrote:
 
  hello thanks for the answer
 
  I have edited the webhome of main space and now i have this
 
  {{include document=Dashboard.WebHome context=new/}}
  {{velocity}}
  $response.sendRedirect($xwiki.getDocumentURL('guide utilisateur
 
  $xwiki.getURL(Space.Page)
 
  Alexandhry.WebHome'))
  {{/velocity}}
 
  but it s still wont work
 
  what am i doing wrong?
 
  thanks
 
  2012/6/29, Guillaume Lerouge guilla...@xwiki.com:
  Hi Yann,
 
  IIRC, you can change the default home page for the wiki in xwiki.cfg
  or
  in
  xwiki.properties.
 
  You can also add this code in your home page:
 
  {{velocity}}
  $response.sendRedirect($xwiki.getDocumentURL('SPACE.PAGE'))
  {{/velocity}}
 
  Guillaume
 
  On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 4:57 PM, yann gensollen y...@gensollen.com
  wrote:
 
  Hello
  Could u please tell me if it is possible when a user registers not
 to
  be redirected on main space webhome but a specific space instead.
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] space redirection on user subscription

2012-06-29 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Yann,

IIRC, you can change the default home page for the wiki in xwiki.cfg or in
xwiki.properties.

You can also add this code in your home page:

{{velocity}}
$response.sendRedirect($xwiki.getDocumentURL('SPACE.PAGE'))
{{/velocity}}

Guillaume

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 Hello
 Could u please tell me if it is possible when a user registers not to
 be redirected on main space webhome but a specific space instead.

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Re: [xwiki-users] upgrade from 3.5 to 4.1.1 LDAP service is not available. Please verify your installation.

2012-06-22 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Arne,

On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 2:17 PM, shouldbe q931 shouldbeq...@gmail.comwrote:

 On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 4:10 AM, shouldbe q931 shouldbeq...@gmail.com
 wrote:
  upgrading from 3.5 on tomcat6 with mysql and LDAP auth against AD
  OS is Ubuntu 10.0.4
  only customisation was in hibernate.cfg.xml for database and
  xwiki.cfg for LDAP and lucene path
 
  backed up database
 
  downloaded and unzipped new war file
 
  stopped tomcat
 
  moved webapps/xwiki to a backup location
 
  put the new xwiki in webapps/xwiki
 
  edited hibernate.cfg.xml: xwiki.cfg and xwiki.properties to match
 previous
 
  removed  the LDAP config apart from
 
 xwiki.authentication.authclass=com.xpn.xwiki.user.impl.LDAP.XWikiLDAPAuthServiceImpl
  xwiki.authentication.ldap=1
 
  started up tomcat
 
  logged in as local admin
 
  imported new admin.xar
 
  imported all of it, (well I'd upgraded this install quite a few times
  and wanted a clean sheet)
 
  changed admin user password
 
  changed rights to prevent unregistered users
 
  imported the new ldap.xar
 
  go to setup LDAP
 
  get error LDAP service is not available. Please verify your
 installation.
 
  logout as local admin
 
  login as superadmin and get same errror
 
  documentation here
  http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/LDAP+Application
  links to here
 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/Authentication#HLDAPAuthentication
  which doesn't have anything specific
 
  google searches for the error don't have anything remotely useful
 
  all pages are in place and database looks good, but the lack of LDAP
  auth is a bit of a pain
 
  any suggestions, or should I go back to 3.5 and upgrade to 4.1.1
  without the LDAP .xar ?
 
  Cheers
 
  Arne

 Managed to get LDAP login working by commenting out all of the LDAP
 configuration from xwiki.cfg apart from


 xwiki.authentication.authclass=com.xpn.xwiki.user.impl.LDAP.XWikiLDAPAuthServiceImpl

 This could be a lot clearer in the instructions here
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/LDAP+Application


It's a wiki!

Don't hesitate to create an account on XWiki.org so that you can edit the
page and edit the instructions accordingly :-)

Guillaume

The error message LDAP service is not available. Please verify your
 installation. still appears on the LDAP but users are able to
 authenticate

 Cheers

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Re: [xwiki-users] prevent users from deleting comments posted by other users

2012-06-06 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Markus,

this is surprising. Normally, only admins and the user who posted a given
comment should be able to see the red cross that lets them delete it.

Can you make sure that the user you're referring to is not an admin?

Thanks,

Guillaume

On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 3:06 PM, Reis Markus markus.r...@abv.at wrote:

 Hi Guillaume,


 I'd like to have users to add comments to a page (so I don't want to
 disallow the comment right in general) - what I'd like to do is to prevent
 user A from deleting the comment posted by user B ...

 Even if the user has NOT the right to edit a page, the user can delete
 comments from other users on this page.

 Is there really no way from preventing a user to delete others comments?

 The wiki is private, so I cannot share the link.


 markus



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 von Guillaume Lerouge
 Gesendet: Dienstag, 5. Juni 2012 14:20
 An: XWiki Users
 Betreff: Re: [xwiki-users] prevent users from deleting comments posted by
 other users

 Hi Markus,

 yes, you can do this by disallowing the comment right from the
 XWiki.XWikiGuest user and the XWiki.XWikiAllGroup group. However if a user
 has the right to edit a page, he will also be able to modify / delete other
 user's comments.

 Is your wiki public or private?

 Guillaume

 On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 1:54 PM, Reis Markus markus.r...@abv.at wrote:

  Hi,
 
 
 
  is it possible to prevent users (including the anonymous user) from
  deleting comments posted by other users?
 
 
 
  kind regards  many thanks
 
  markus
 
 
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] prevent users from deleting comments posted by other users

2012-06-05 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Markus,

yes, you can do this by disallowing the comment right from the
XWiki.XWikiGuest user and the XWiki.XWikiAllGroup group. However if a user
has the right to edit a page, he will also be able to modify / delete other
user's comments.

Is your wiki public or private?

Guillaume

On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 1:54 PM, Reis Markus markus.r...@abv.at wrote:

 Hi,



 is it possible to prevent users (including the anonymous user) from
 deleting comments posted by other users?



 kind regards  many thanks

 markus



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Re: [xwiki-users] What are you using AppWithinMinutes for?

2012-05-24 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Brett,

thanks for your feedback! XWikiers, what else are you using
AppWithinMinutes for?

For those interested in this topic, a demo video of the
ApplicationWithinMinutes feature is available here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pv4jPCaU99g

A step-by-step description is available here:
http://www.xwiki.com/xwiki/bin/view/Blog/Create%20an%20application%20within%20minutes%20with%20XWiki

Guillaume

On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 3:50 PM, Bergquist, Brett bbergqu...@canoga.comwrote:

 Created a software release tracking system to track releases of
 software/versions/build dates etc. to our SIT group

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 Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2012 6:06 AM
 To: XWiki Users
 Subject: [xwiki-users] What are you using AppWithinMinutes for?

 Hi XWikiers,

 now that AppWithinMinutes
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/App+Within+Minutes+Application
 has
 been available for a couple releases, I was wondering what you have been
 using it for so far.

 On my side, I have seen AppWithinMinutes used for:

- Logging safety incidents
   - Listing assets managed by a company
   - Creating a directory of software applications available to users in a
   large organization
   - Managing and classifying processes and procedures
   - Listing presentations delivered at various conferences for later
reference

 I look forward to reading about your own examples.

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[xwiki-users] What are you using AppWithinMinutes for?

2012-05-10 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi XWikiers,

now that 
AppWithinMinuteshttp://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/App+Within+Minutes+Applicationhas
been available for a couple releases, I was wondering what you have
been using it for so far.

On my side, I have seen AppWithinMinutes used for:

   - Logging safety incidents
   - Listing assets managed by a company
   - Creating a directory of software applications available to users in a
   large organization
   - Managing and classifying processes and procedures
   - Listing presentations delivered at various conferences for later
   reference

I look forward to reading about your own examples.

Thanks,

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Re: [xwiki-users] Problem getting structured tags working wiht Xwiki 3.5

2012-05-03 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Brett,

based on your experiments, most likely the documentation page is wrong and
this feature no longer exists.

Guillaume

On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 4:27 PM, Bergquist, Brett bbergqu...@canoga.comwrote:

 Thanks for your input but I am still confused and the confusion comes from


 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Tag+Application

 No matter what I select (checkbox display or select display), I do not see
 the Tags listed like in the image of Document Information on this page.

 So either this page is wrong or I have something wrong.  It would be
 useful to know which...

 From this page I see:

 To setup the Checkbox display, you need to select checkbox on the
 TagClass page. Once this is done, users will be able to assign a tag to a
 given page by ticking the relevant box.

 This is what I want users to be able do, to assign a tag to a given page
 by ticking the relevant box.

 I really like XWiki but I think this is one of the major problems is that
 the documentation does not match what actually is.

 Again, thank you for your response and hopefully you will have more info
 on the above.

 Brett



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 Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2012 2:53 AM
 To: XWiki Users
 Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Problem getting structured tags working wiht
 Xwiki 3.5

 On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 8:17 PM, Bergquist, Brett bbergqu...@canoga.com
 wrote:
  I have edited the XWiki Tag Class
 
  http://server/xwiki/bin/view/XWiki/TagClasshttp://%3cserver%3e/xwik
  i/bin/view/XWiki/TagClass
 
  and set the Tags property.  The name is tags and I have edited the
 Values to be the list of tags I want.  However on a page, I do not see the
 list of tags when I click on the Tags(+).   Is this only effective for a
 newly created page or should the tags appear on the existing pages?
 
  Any help or thoughts will be appreciated.

 If you also change the Display Type to select and put this code in a
 page with tags:

 {{velocity}}
 $doc.display('tags')
 {{/velocity}}

 and then edit this page in Inline form edit mode (?editor=inline) you'll
 see the list of tags you have set in XWiki.TagClass

 But the tag UI, i.e. what you get when clicking on Tags(+), doesn't take
 into account neither the Display Type nor the Values meta properties of
 tags. So you either modify the tag UI or write a custom one, or you can
 write an event listener (
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Observation+Module+Local
 ) that is notified when a document is saved and filters the tags.

 Hope this helps,
 Marius

 
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Re: [xwiki-users] [Announcement] XWiki Enterprise and XWiki Enterprise Manager 4.0 released

2012-05-02 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 4:12 PM, Thomas Mortagne
thomas.morta...@xwiki.comwrote:

 The XWiki development team is pleased to announce the release of XWiki
 Enterprise and XWiki Enterprise Manager 4.0.

 Go grab it at http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/Download

 This is the first release of the 4.x cycle. See
 http://enterprise.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/Roadmap for more
 informations about the 4.x cycle.

 The highlights of this release are:
 * reduced document database id collision. It has been well tested but
 you might want to make sure you have a working backup of your
 database.
 * new LDAP administration UI
 * Annotations merged with Comments
 * Extension Manager improvements
 * App Within Minutes improvements
 * User profile customization
 * User directory improvements and user customized view
 * ColorThemes gradients customizable from ColorTheme Wizard
 * New IRC Bot Application

 On development side:
 * Extension Manager (without xar support and wiki UI) is now part of
 XWiki Commons project and can be easily used outside of XWiki
 * Component roles are now based on java.lang.reflect.Type instead of
 java.lang.Class which mean you can now have different roles with the
 same class and different generic types (e.g. )
 * New Velocity tool to serialize Java objects to JSON format
 * Class reference always local
 * New Rights Implementation (Experimental). You can enable and test it
 in xwiki.cfg.
 * New technical content hiding system
 * A new ApplicationReadyEvent event has been introduce for component
 that need to access the database at init.

 For more information see the Release notes at
 http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise40


The correct link is of course this one:
http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/ReleaseNotes/ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise40

Kudos to the dev team!

Guillaume

and http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/ReleaseNotes/ReleaseNotesXEM40

 Thanks
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Re: [xwiki-users] BulletinBoard-Specific to each space

2012-04-26 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Mohit,

go to the .../xwiki/bin/view/BBCode/Admin page. From there, you'll be able
to create new bulletin boards. Each bulletin board will be created as a
space of its own.

Guillaume

On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 19:21, mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi All,

 This mail is regarding Bulletin Board application at

 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Bulletin+Board+Application
 .
  I successfully  imported the application and worked great. But i want to
 configure it not at xwiki space level but under spaces i created manually
 like MySpace1,MySpace2 etc because i want to create the bulletrin board for
 specific to each space.  But looks like nested spaces are not supported as
 of now as per http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-354.

 So how i can create multiple bulletin boards specific to each space?

 *What i tried*

 I thought of importing the multiple bulletin board XAR  file multiple times
 and giving each bulletin board different name. Then i can give rights on a
 specific bulletin board application to group/users created for my
 space(like MySpace1). But itimporting the multiple bulletin board XAR  does
 not work as it always import on top of existing one and at the end there is
 only one bulletin board application. Thanks in advance.
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Re: [xwiki-users] How to move page hierarchy between spaces?

2012-04-23 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Daniel,

unfortunately, right now you need to rename all of those pages one-by-one.

Guillaume

On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 15:48, Marczisovszky Daniel mar...@dev-labs.comwrote:

 Hi,

 I've two spaces (let's say, FirstSpace and SecondSpace). FirstSpace
 contains a page that has child pages like this:

 FirstSpace
 +-Parent page
 +--Child page 1.
 +--Child page 2.

 I'd like to move Parent page with all children to SecondSpace. However,
 when I use the rename function on Parent page, it will not move child
 pages.

 Is there any way to do a mass rename (move between spaces) on a set of
 pages, or it must be done one-by-one?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Renaming items in applications within a minute

2012-04-17 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Moritz,

you can use the rename feature to change the page name.

Right now, to change the page title you have to switch to advanced mode
in your user profile and edit the page in wiki mode.

There is a JIRA issue in order to display the title field by default when
editing a page created with AppWithinMinutes, but it has not been
implemented yet.

Guillaume

On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 18:06, Moritz Hesse (EA GmbH) 
moritz.he...@ea-gmbh.de wrote:

  * page name is the page name used in the URL to the page
  * title is how the page is displayed in the UI.

 That makes sense. But anyway: How do I change them?

 Bests,
 Moritz

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Re: [xwiki-users] vm files in Cloud

2012-04-12 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

I think one of the issues here comes from the fact that Martin's wiki is
indeed hosted by XWiki SAS, but not on XWiki Cloud (it's on a dedicated VM).

Guillaume

On Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 10:28, Jean-Vincent Drean j...@xwiki.com wrote:

 On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 7:36 PM, Martin Evans webs...@studenthubs.org
 wrote:
 
  Hi Jean-Vincent, thanks for your immediate response. I shall make my
  problem clearer. Not every vm file is in the /skins/colibri folder. When
 my
  wiki was set up by XWiki, they created a new skin and I can't find the vm
  files for that. However, this is just an example. Trust me it is useful
 to
  see (if not edit) the vm files, but I can't see how to find where exactly
  they lie.

 The skin used in XWiki Cloud is colibri. The customizations are made
 in a Color Theme.
 Now that you talk about it, we don't override templates in colibri
 anymore, they're all in the templates folder, for example:
 http://localhost:8080/xwiki/templates/menuview.vm

 
  Also, is it true that other features, e.g. search, use vm files? What
  method should I use to locate these such files? I agree that leaving the
 vm
  files in place is a good idea for upgrades but it's useful to view them
  sometimes.
 

 A lot of features are developed directly in wiki pages, for instance
 the entry point to look at the search code is:
 https://localhost:8080/xwiki/bin/edit/Main/Search?editor=wiki

  Finally, while investigating this, I noticed that I can view vm files
 while
  not logged into the wiki. This exposes source code to the public viewers
  (should they know where to look). How can I stop this?
 

 You can't but, XWiki being open source, those templates will always
 been exposed in our source repository anyway.

 https://github.com/xwiki/xwiki-platform/tree/master/xwiki-platform-core/xwiki-platform-web/src/main/webapp/templates

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Re: [xwiki-users] Tagging a page in structured mode

2012-04-12 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Richard,

what you could do is define a XWiki Class with a DB list property. The
values of the DB list can be managed easily using this extension:
http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/DBListManager+Application

You could then add an object of that class to your pages, as well as a
sheet to display the select field. Your users will then be able to select a
label when creating a new page.

Guillaume

On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 22:05, Richard Rafalski m...@richard-rafalski.dewrote:

 Hallo,

 i followed this instruction
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Tag+Application to
 define some tags for tagging in structured mode.

 Because of the statment Bundled With XWiki Enterprise, XWiki Enterprise
 Manager, XWiki Watch i did not download and install the XAR file.

 Evrything seemed to went well. But if i klicked on the plus sign near
 the label 'tags' on a page no tags were suggested. I am expected to get
 a list of the predefined tags. Also no tags were showed in the document
 information box in the edit mode of a page.

 XWiki version is 3.5.
 Any ideas what went wrong? Or is maybe the tagging in structured mode in
 3.5 broken?

 Maybe somone can help. Thanks in advance.

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Re: [xwiki-users] XWiki feedback

2012-04-11 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

as a side remark, I've heard at least 3 times in the past week from various
XWiki users that they were frustrated with the way tables were handled in
the WYSIWYG editor. The main culprits were:

   - Not being able to align text in table cells
   - Not being able to bulk add columns and rows to an existing table
   - Not being able to merge cells

Maybe these could be included as JIRA issues under the ease of use theme
of the 4.x release?

Guillaume

On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 18:17, Sergiu Dumitriu ser...@xwiki.com wrote:

 On 04/11/2012 09:54 AM, Trevor Russ wrote:

 Hi Vincent,

 Thanks and apologies -- I hadn't ignored your email response, I was just
 swamped with work (release time).

 I was only vaguely aware of XOffice but didn't have time to explore it,
 but it looks like it may have been what we needed (at least partially).
  What the users didn't like overall was having to relearn text formatting
 tools, when everyone is familiar with Word.  eg. making headers, tables of
 content, and especially making tables.  They found table editing
 particularly frustrating.  Even simple things like keyboard shortcuts for
 bold, italics, etc. didn't always work (though that was because the browser
 would trap them).  I regret not having the time to feedback all of this
 while it was going on; most of my wiki support work was done on spare
 (unbillable) time, and I had little of that of late.

 Unfortunately, we're a small team, so time to support the system and
 train users was effectively nil.  I know that's not a good state to be in,
 but when there's limited time and we have to decide between writing code or
 learning how to use a wiki, writing code always wins out.  I had used XWiki
 for myself, starting with things like note taking, procedure documentation,
 and doing some technical specification templates and using them to spec.
 out some projects.  I thought it was a perfect way to collaborate, not only
 between developers but also with the client.  But anytime there's even a
 perceived learning curve for a new tool, there's going to be resistance.  I
 know that's a fact of everyday work, but it's especially so with a small
 bill-by-the-hour team.

 As for ideas for integrating with user's favorite editors, I haven't
 really had time to think thoroughly about that.  I don't know if it's
 something like XWord, or if it's just a matter of duplicating (to the
 extent possible) the Word interface within the XWiki GUI editor.  I've used
 HTML editors before, so perhaps that helped me in putting up with it's
 general peculiarities.  I've found, for example, making bulleted lists
 exactly the way you want is not trivial with HTML editors (as opposed to
 with Word).

 I think something like XOffice would go a long way to capturing the
 Word-oriented users, as long as it's unobtrusive and instinctive to use.  I
 think efficiency of creating content is key more than the formatting frills
 available -- otherwise users will quickly become frustrated and give up
 prematurely.  I know that once over the learning curve (as with any tool)
 it's a very rich environment for collaboration -- so the trick is to
 minimize that learning curve by starting out with something familiar.

 I don't know if that's helped any, or if I'm just rambling at this point.
  Thanks again for your attention.


 Each tool tries to accommodate best a certain kind of usage. And although
 we try to make the best WYSIWYG editor available on the web, I must admit
 that XWiki isn't at its best when rich text formatting is the main target
 of the wiki. I can't say that I know your team, but in general when using
 wikis it's better to leave out formatting and concentrate on the content.
 This is why by default the WYSIWYG editor doesn't include too many
 formatting actions.

 Thanks again for the feedback and the support.


  Trevor

 On Fri, 6 Apr 2012 16:49:06 +0200 Vincent Massol wrote:

 Hi Trevor,

 Thanks for your kind words and the piece of feedback which is very
 useful :) I'm glad you liked the product.

 You may know that we had started XOffice (http://xoffice.xwiki.org/) a
 few years ago. IMO it was a very good effort to bring xwiki into the hands
 of MS Word users. Unfortunately our main committer on this is no longer
 active ATM…

 Before you go if you have ideas for integrating with user's favorite
 editors that would be great. Do you mean something like XOffice or do you
 mean something else?

 Take care,
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Re: [xwiki-users] Search results: improvement in display

2012-04-05 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

on the same topic, you can also look at this thread: [xwiki-devs] [GSOC] A
basic search implementation with SOLR

Especially the current results at:
https://docs.google.com/a/xwiki.com/document/pub?id=1-2GqvjtzS_a8TRKDNsom9egDZHTT5xIzUf1Chdk9f3A

It's only experimental for now, but it addresses many of the issues listed
above, and more!

Guillaume

On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 16:36, Joris Dirks jo...@user.stekje.nl wrote:

 On 8 March 2012 00:26, Legeinfo v...@legeinfo.net wrote:

  I agree totally!
  Missing also image results.
 
  have a look for this on:
  http://www.radiology.no/xwiki/bin/view/Main/Search?text=img_*
  http://www.radiology.no/xwiki/bin/view/Main/Search?text=img_*
 
  changed in XWiki.Results
 

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Re: [xwiki-users] Questions about Blog Example

2012-03-28 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

you might find it simpler to look at this example to understand how an
XWiki application works:
http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/FAQTutorial

Guillaume

On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 07:05, Sergiu Dumitriu ser...@xwiki.com wrote:

 On 03/27/2012 11:36 PM, du du wrote:

 Hi, all

 I am studying the BlogClass, BlogPostClass, I checked the Blog.BlogCode,
 there are alot of velocity scripts, I can see the search documents from
 db,
 but could not find any code related to insert document records into
 database, so how is the document created from blog saved into database?
 please point me to the script code in the Blog.BlogCode.


 The XWiki platform is the one that handles most of the stuff. Document
 creation, editing and removal are platform features. An XWiki application
 will never have to issue database INSERT statements, and will rarely even
 have to manually use $doc.save() to trigger changes manually.

 Form data is sent to the /save/ action, which corresponds to a Struts
 action, and which is written in Java (SaveAction). If you go further down
 into the code, you'll go through XWikiDocument.readFromForm,
 XWiki.saveDocument, XWikiHibernateStore.**saveXWikiDoc, and here you
 leave XWiki and go into other libraries like Hibernate, JDBC, C3P0.

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Re: [xwiki-users] Need some Help Explanations

2012-03-15 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Chris,

or, more straightforward:

   - Edit the page
   - Click on the Source tab
   - Remove everything and put some nice text instead
   - Also remove the title and replace it with content of your choice
   - You're done!

Guillaume

On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 16:17, Marius Dumitru Florea 
mariusdumitru.flo...@xwiki.com wrote:

 A path that you can take to edit the home page is:

 * Go to the home page
 * Click Edit
 * Notice the One included document in the information panel (I know..)
 * Click on the Dashboard.WebHome link
 * Click Edit
 * You're taken to the dashboard editor where you can add/remove/edit
 gadgets
 * Hover over one of the gadgets and a wheel icon will appear that will
 give you more options when clicked
 * Edit the first gadget, Welcome to your wiki
 * Notice that this gadget is actually an include macro and the
 included document is Main.Welcome
 * Go to Main.Welcome and change the content

 As for $msg.get('something') see

 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/InternationalizingApplications

 Hope this helps,
 Marius

 On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 3:57 PM, Chris Bennett cbenn...@geofields.com
 wrote:
  I want to echo Ken's thoughts, and provide another data point to
 represent
  the beginners out there who may be turned off by the learning curve.
  This
  is something of a long post but I hope my concerns will be helpful to
  others.
 
  XWiki is a great product with a lot of potential for our organization
  (internal information exchange). I like it a lot, and I'm convinced that
 in
  the long run it's better for us than any of the other options. I'm
 primarily
  a .NET developer familiar with Java, Python, SQL, etc.  I've set up the
 the
  whole shebang from scratch using SQL Server, Tomcat, and all the rest.
  I've
  created a new space, added some lengthy content with images, and
 restricted
  views of unregistered guests.
 
  Yet I'm still dismayed at how hard it is to get the most basic
 information
  on editing the very first page we all see.  The page itself says it's
 easy!
  Just try editing in WYSIWYG - it quits.  Try editing in Wiki mode -
  unintelligible.  The documentation simply says just edit it (I'm
  paraphrasing), but that doesn't work, the macro doesn't make sense yet.
 
  I've spent many hours trying to understand what's going on with the
  dashboard tool (e.g., $msg.get), spent hours rummaging in the database
  schema looking for Welcome to your wiki so I can change it to Welcome
 to
  MY Freaking Wiki! (just kidding on that last part).
 
  I understand (now) that I can set up a new page and maybe in an hour or
 so
  figure out how to get the home page redirected there, but that is a lot
 of
  work for simply wanting to change the introductory text in the main page
 to
  say something meaningful to my co-workers to get them interested.  Then I
  can go on the learn the programming part later.
 
  The point is that for folks like me there is a critical gap between
 getting
  things running and taking the first meaningful step towards controlling
 the
  application.  If I am also not a programmer, then that gap is even
 larger.
 
  Questions:
   - I'd like to see a tutorial-style breakdown of how the dashboard
 app/tool
  thingy works.  Having such a tutorial linked on the documentation page
 would
  be ideal, it would be a great learning tool and introduction to the more
  interesting features of XWiki.
 
   - In that tutorial, I'd like to know how to find out where to find
 $msg.get
  keys so I can change reuse them, find out how they are intended to be
 used,
  maybe even change them.  Lots of parameters used in that tool are very
  difficult to find.  How to know where to find even more?  The API docs
 don't
  seem to cover this.
 
  Again, XWiki is a great product and I'm looking forward to using it even
 if
  I don't figure out the dashboard :).  If some kind soul wanted to detail
  some explanations of the dashboard, and maybe create a HOWTO list of
  beginner tips that would be greatly appreciated by many I'm sure.  Maybe
  such a thing exists and I just haven't found it yet?
 
  Many thanks,
  -Chris.
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] attachments upload from within form editing

2012-03-13 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Olaf,

this is most likely linked to XWiki's CSRF protection feature:
http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-6773
http://lists.xwiki.org/pipermail/devs/2011-October/048647.html

I can't seem to find a documentation of how to work with it so that your
requests are considered valid. Can someone else provide a pointer?

Another option is to deactivate CSRF protection for the time being (by
editing xwiki.cfg or xwiki.properties I guess).

Guillaume

On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 18:00, O Voss richyfourtyth...@yahoo.com wrote:

 Hi again,

 I successfully tweaked the Attachment Selector Macro on my development
 machine which still runs xwiki 3.1.

 When trying to do the same (actually when trying to use the Attachment
 Selector Macro at all) on another machine which runs xwiki 3.4 I run into
 trouble though: As soon as I click upload and select in the attachment
 selector, I get an error message: This request contains an invalid
 authentication information.

 Looks like this is http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-7584 in a slightly
 different flavour.

 Any hints/workarounds, anyone?


 Cheers,

 Olaf




 
  Von: O Voss richyfourtyth...@yahoo.com
 An: XWiki Users users@xwiki.org
 Gesendet: 13:45 Samstag, 10.März 2012
 Betreff: Re: [xwiki-users] attachments upload from within form editing
 
 Never mind, I found it myself in the meantime. :-)
 
 It's in the WikiMacroClass object attached to the AttachmentSelector
 document.
 
 Cheers,
 
 
 Olaf
 
 
 
 
 
  Von: O Voss richyfourtyth...@yahoo.com
 An: XWiki Users users@xwiki.org
 Gesendet: 13:22 Freitag, 9.März 2012
 Betreff: Re: [xwiki-users] attachments upload from within form editing
 
 Hi again,
 
 I'm nearly there. The last thing I want to tweak is suppressing the
 display of the selected attachment next to the button. No matter how hard I
 looked I couldn't find the location where this is handled.
 
 Any hints?
 
 Cheers,
 
 Olaf
 
 
 
 
 
  Von: O Voss richyfourtyth...@yahoo.com
 An: Guillaume Lerouge guilla...@xwiki.com; XWiki Users 
 users@xwiki.org
 Gesendet: 9:11 Donnerstag, 8.März 2012
 Betreff: Re: [xwiki-users] attachments upload from within form editing
 
 Hi Guillaume,
 
 Thanks a lot, it looks like I can use that and adapt it to my needs.
 (It's doing a bit too much for me.)
 
 Cheers,
 
 Olaf
 
 
 
 
 
  Von: Guillaume Lerouge guilla...@xwiki.com
 An: O Voss richyfourtyth...@yahoo.com; XWiki Users users@xwiki.org
 Gesendet: 10:18 Dienstag, 6.März 2012
 Betreff: Re: [xwiki-users] attachments upload from within form editing
 
 
 Hi Olaf,
 
 looks like this is what you're looking for:
 
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Attachment+Selector+Macro
 
 
 Guillaume
 
 
 On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 9:02 AM, O Voss richyfourtyth...@yahoo.com
 wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 I need to find a solution for offering a way to the users to upload
 attachments to certain pages directly from the form editing mode. (Instead
 of having to build the page first, save it and attach the file later.
 Reason: the page is basically just a wrapper for the attached document(s),
 so it is very counter-intuitive to have to build the wrapper BEFORE you can
 upload in this case.)
 
 Another way to describe what I need using the FAQ tutorial (
 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/FAQTutorial): Imagine
 you want to allow users to attach screenshots to FAQs directly when
 defining an FAQ. So you probably need to change the document sheet in such
 a way that in form editing mode a file upload selector is shown below the
 answer and question fields (that part is easy simply using HTML) and when
 saving the selected file is uploaded as an attachment to the current page
 (the tricky part I guess, I have no clue how to start). Allowing to upload
 multiple files at once would be nice, but isn't an absolute must.
 
 Is this possible? Any hints are greatly appreciated!
 
 Cheers,
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] attachments upload from within form editing

2012-03-06 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Olaf,

looks like this is what you're looking for:
http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Attachment+Selector+Macro

Guillaume

On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 9:02 AM, O Voss richyfourtyth...@yahoo.com wrote:

 Hi,

 I need to find a solution for offering a way to the users to upload
 attachments to certain pages directly from the form editing mode. (Instead
 of having to build the page first, save it and attach the file later.
 Reason: the page is basically just a wrapper for the attached document(s),
 so it is very counter-intuitive to have to build the wrapper BEFORE you can
 upload in this case.)

 Another way to describe what I need using the FAQ tutorial (
 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/FAQTutorial): Imagine
 you want to allow users to attach screenshots to FAQs directly when
 defining an FAQ. So you probably need to change the document sheet in such
 a way that in form editing mode a file upload selector is shown below the
 answer and question fields (that part is easy simply using HTML) and when
 saving the selected file is uploaded as an attachment to the current page
 (the tricky part I guess, I have no clue how to start). Allowing to upload
 multiple files at once would be nice, but isn't an absolute must.

 Is this possible? Any hints are greatly appreciated!

 Cheers,

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Re: [xwiki-users] Blog entries for specific category

2012-02-28 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Joris,

On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 11:19 AM, Joris Dirks jo...@user.stekje.nl wrote:

 On 28 February 2012 00:26, ricardo.julio.rodriguez.fernan...@sergas.es
 wrote:

  Hi Joris!
  
  From: users-boun...@xwiki.org [users-boun...@xwiki.org] On Behalf Of
  Joris Dirks [jo...@user.stekje.nl]
  Sent: 27 February 2012 17:01
  To: XWiki Users
  Subject: [xwiki-users] Blog entries for specific category
 
   Hi,
  
   I'm missing an option to show recent blog entries for a specific
  category,
   e.g. in a panel. Is there such a feature available? I can imagine
 others
   have needed/used such a feature before.
   Right now I'm just trying to hack Blog.RecentPostsPanel to filter on
   category, but I can't wrap my head around the query needed.
   In 'getEntriesForCategory' (Blog.CategoriesCode), the query is:
   #set($query = , DBStringListProperty as categories join
 categories.list
  as
   category${query} and obj.id = categories.id.id and
   categories.id.name='category'
   and category in (${parameters}))
  
   But that's about 10 degrees too difficult for me to comprehend :)
  
 
  This could help:
 
 
 
 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/velocityHqlExamples#HPublicAPI28searchDocuments29
 
  Greetings!
 

 Thanks, I've stared at that many times but I just can't comprehend how to
 filter on a value in a the 'Category' object, which is of the database tree
 type.


It's actually pretty complex. I tried to do it myself a couple times, but I
never managed to make it work.

Could someone who knows how to do this please update the query guide with
an example?

Thanks in advance,

Guillaume


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Re: [xwiki-users] How to import the XAR file greater than 32 MB?

2012-02-24 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Mohit,

you should try this:
http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Large+XAR+Import

Guillaume

On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 10:38 AM, mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi

 When i try to import the XAR file of size 60MB i get below error message:-

 The wiki administrators have set a limit of 32.0Mb for attached files.
 Please make sure the size of the files you try to attach does not exceed
 this limit.

 I am not getting where to increase the size of XAR file to be imported ? i
 dont see any option under xwikipreferences.
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Re: [xwiki-users] Messages and activity stream on space dashboard: confusing

2012-02-23 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Joris,

plese see my answers below.

On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 12:56 PM, Joris Dirks jo...@user.stekje.nl wrote:

 Before I promote this to a bug or improvement request, I'd like to get your
 feedback on my perceived problem.

 I'm having some trouble understanding how messages are handles.
 I must admit I don't even know where messages are being stored (googling
 messages xwiki doesn't exactly provide useful results ;)
 I expect all messages are stored in one general storage.


It's a bit more complicated than that. Messages are not stored in objects
nor documents the traditional XWiki way. They are stored as events in the
activity stream itself. Thus they do not respect the usual XWiki best
practices (I'm not even sure you can search the content of a message for
instance).

Example usage:
 1) create space Sandbox2
 2) restrict view right for space Sandbox2
 3) using SpaceDashboardTemplate, create dashboard for Sandbox2.WebHome
 4) post message on this dashboard using the activity gadget, without
 changing the visible to everyone

 Result:
 message is not shown on Sandbox2.WebHome dashboard


This is because the message is stored globally whereas the code in space
dashboard display only the activity happening in that given space. In other
words, the message itself does not know that it is being posted from the
homepage of a specific space.


 message is shown on Dashboard.WebHome

 User (at least I) would expect the message to be shown:
 - on Sandbox2.WebHome dashboard, because it's written there/for this group
 - on Dashboard.WebHome only when user has access to space Sandbox2., with
 the attribution: ExampleUser posted the message *in Sandbox2*

 I expect this would change the fundamentals behind the messaging app
 because messages would have to be stored in a page in the space they are
 written in,


Yes, that's a normal expectation, but as desribed above messages don't
really follow the usual XWiki conventions.


 so I propose removing the 'post message' block in the activity
 stream when called for a space ($aSpace != $util.null)


Indeed, that sounds like an acceptable workaround. In any case I think a
parameter to select whether or not to display the message box should be
included by default in the {{activity /}} macro.

I already had to remove it by hand several times, this is not optimal.

Guillaume


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[xwiki-users] XWiki.org - Extensions - Broken livetable?

2012-02-21 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

I have noticed that the livetable on the homepage of
http://extensions.xwiki.org/ does not seem to be functional anymore. I
tried to use it to search for ratings:

http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/WebHome#|t=extensionsp=1l=30s=doc.creationDated=descname=rating

But it does not filter results according to my query. Clicking on the
ratings tag on top of the livetable didn't yield any results either.

Maybe a side effect of the latest migration?

Guillaume

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Re: [xwiki-users] Can not filter livetable on doc.title

2012-02-08 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

I've added this as a FAQ so that other people meeting this issue can find
the answer easily:
http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/FAQ/Why+it+is+not+possible+to+filter+on+doc+title+in+a+livetable+

Guillaume

On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 11:32 AM, Joris Dirks jo...@user.stekje.nl wrote:

 On Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 12:12 AM, Sergiu Dumitriu ser...@xwiki.com wrote:
  On 02/06/2012 10:59 AM, Joris Dirks wrote:
 
  Hi,
 
  I create livetables with doc.title as a column. By default, this
  column does not show as filterable. When I force filtering by
  filterable:true, I can type in this field but nothing shows up as
  result.
 
  The property doc.name can be used and filtered as expected.
 
  I have created an example:
  http://playground.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Sandbox/Livetable
 
  Should I report his as a bug or did I overlook something?
 
 
  There are two different things that usually act as title, doc.title and
  doc.displayTitle. The first one is an actual metadata field of the
 document,
  persisted to the database, while the latter is a dynamic field computed
 from
  different sources, including the doc.title field, headers in the content,
  the document name, and, more recently, other fields selected by the sheet
  used to display the objects in the document (a new feature of the new
 sheet
  mechanism). Plus, it could even be more dynamic, as in text generated by
  some Velocity code, in the most basic form a translation.
 
  Livetable filters work directly on the database, meaning that they
 translate
  into sql conditions (and doc.title like '%text introduced by the
 user%').
  The doc.title column is special, since it's not exactly the doc.title
  metadata, but a combination of doc.title and doc.displayTitle, so even
  though the computed display title is displayed, filtering and sorting
 works
  on the plain title. Given the very dynamic and unpredictable aspect of
 the
  display title, it's impossible to write a correct sql filter that would
  match the display title in all cases.
 
  For this reason, by default the title isn't filterable, since it won't
 meet
  the user's expectations: it doesn't filter on the *displayed* title, but
 on
  the internal title. What's more, it *can't* be configured so that it
 filters
  on the right information all the time. For certain instances it would be
  possible to actually make the field filterable, but only when your
 documents
  really use the document title as the only source of the displayed title.
 
  For example, if you edit some of the displayed documents in wiki or
 wysiwyg
  mode and enter something in the document title field (the one above the
  content), you will be able to filter it in the livetable.
 
  I wouldn't report this as a bug, since it's a limitation that can't
 easily
  be fixed, but what we could do is make more use of the document title. So
  far we've been limited by the old sheet mechanism when developing
  applications, so most applications define their own object property for
 the
  title instead of using the document title, and even worse, their own
  property for the main content, since the document content had to be
 reserved
  for the sheet inclusion statement.

 Clear, thanks Sergiu. Though I'm not sure how a user (like me) could
 be aware of this.
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Re: [xwiki-users] How to customize the default skin and default stylesheet?

2012-02-02 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Mohit,

I'm not sure how you expect a Wordpress template to work with XWiki.

By the way, did you read the following documents?

   - http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Features/Skins
   - http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/Skins

Guillaume

On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 11:30 AM, mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi Guilaume,

 sorry i am not getting how and where to to add new skin and template.

 here is what i did  to change the default skin:-

 1)Create a new page named as MyAppSkin under xwiki space.Inside that
 page i added the template under attachment section.Like i downloaded
 the template  Free WordPress 2.x Themes from  site
 http://www.templatemonster.com/free-templates.php and then gave the
 name as XWiki.MyAppSkin in the Skin field of the presentation section
 of the administration.
 But it did not have any impact.


 2)similary i am not sure where to add my customize MyApp.css in wiki.

 On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 1:07 PM, Guillaume Lerouge guilla...@xwiki.com
 wrote:
  Hi Mohit,
 
  you can override both of those by adding a XWiki.XWikiSkins object in a
  document and adding the name of that document in the Skin field of the
  presentation section of the administration.
 
  Guillaume
 
  On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 8:19 AM, mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com wrote:
 
  Under the presentation section of look and feel, i see  skin as
  XWiki.DefaultSkin and DEFAULT STYLESHEET as style.css.
  If i want to replace both of these with my customized skin and
  stylesheet, how should i go about this?
  where should i put my both these new docs?
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Re: [xwiki-users] Video inserting

2012-02-02 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Alex,

that depends on whether your browser has the right plugin to read the video
you uploaded.

You can try the following:

   - Attach your file to a wiki page
   - Edit the page in wiki edition mode
   - Make sure your embed tag is within the {{html}} macro
   (doc here:
   http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/HTML+Macro )

This should work if your video is not too big.

Guillaume

On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 1:23 PM, Alexander Adema alex_...@gmx.de wrote:

 Hey,

 this is my first post and i hope to nothing wrong.
 I know that ther is a macro for linking up a video in xwiki-sides from
 other sources like youtube or something else.

 But how can i put my own video (.avi, .mpeg, etc.) on a wiki side by using
 the attachment selection?

 I've tried to put it with some html-code with embed... but that won't
 work.

 Thanks for your help!!!

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Re: [xwiki-users] Background color for a livetable

2012-02-01 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Stéphanie,

a solution for this use case was posted here:
http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Background+color+for+a+livetable

Hope this helps,

Guillaume

2012/1/24 Stéphanie stephanie.roull...@gmail.com

 Hello everyone,

 I have a livetable build like every livetable :
 #livetable(allapps $collist $ colprops $options)

 My livetable is build using a class and one of the field of this class is
 state.

 This field can have three value : new, in progress, closed.

 I want to put a background color for each line depending of this field
 state.

 I want the background colors like this :
  - new - background color = green
  - in progress - background color = orange
  - closed - background color = red

 Is there a possibility to define this somewhere ? And if yes, where exactly
 ? In the options of my livetable ?

 I hope this possibility exists because I really need it.

 Have a good day,
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Re: [xwiki-users] How to customize the default skin and default stylesheet?

2012-02-01 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Mohit,

you can override both of those by adding a XWiki.XWikiSkins object in a
document and adding the name of that document in the Skin field of the
presentation section of the administration.

Guillaume

On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 8:19 AM, mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com wrote:

 Under the presentation section of look and feel, i see  skin as
 XWiki.DefaultSkin and DEFAULT STYLESHEET as style.css.
 If i want to replace both of these with my customized skin and
 stylesheet, how should i go about this?
 where should i put my both these new docs?
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Re: [xwiki-users] Page title bugs when using objects in XE 3.4?

2012-01-31 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Mark,

I've experienced this issue as well - not sure what's causing it.

The short term fix is the following: edit your class sheet and leave the
title blank. The current page title will then be used on your content pages.

Guillaume

On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 11:24 PM, Mark Wallace
mwall...@modusoperandi.comwrote:

 Are these bugs in XE 3.4?  When I create a new class and then objects of
 that class, the page title is the name of the class sheet, not the name I
 entered for the page (which is what I'd expect and what you'd see in
 earlier versions such as XE 3.1).  I call this BUG 2 in the steps to
 reproduce, below.  While we're at it, there is also what I call BUG 1 in
 the steps below, where it appears the name of the class does not show up in
 the bread crumbs trail (or whatever you call that) at the top of the page.

 Steps to reproduce:

 1.Log in as Administrator

 2.Go to /Data types/ page (http://localhost:8080/xwiki/**
 bin/view/XWiki/XWikiClasseshttp://localhost:8080/xwiki/bin/view/XWiki/XWikiClasses
 )

 3.Enter class name /TitleTest/ and click /Create This Class/; (system
 shows an edit page)

 4.Click /Save  View/; (system shows the class page)

 5.Click on /class editor/ link; (system shows editing class page)

 6.Enter property name /aString/ with type /String/ and click /ADD/ button

 7.Click /Save  View/

 8.*BUG 1*: Note that at top of page, says Wiki Home  XWiki Space  Data
 Types  (blank).Shouldn't there be the class name here?)

 9.Click /Create the Document Sheet/

 10.Click /Bind the sheet to the class/

 11.Click /Create the Class Template/

 12.Click /Add a TitleTest object to the template/

 13.Under /Create a new document/, enter Document name /TestDoc1/ and click
 /Create this Document/

 14.Enter the value /some value/ for the /aString/ property and click /Save
  View/

 15.*BUG 2*(?): Note that the largest text on the page is /TitleTestClass
 Sheet/ --shouldn't this be the page name we used to create the new
 document, the same name that is at the end of the URL (
 http://localhost:8080/xwiki/**bin/view/Main/TestDoc1http://localhost:8080/xwiki/bin/view/Main/TestDoc1),
 which is TestDoc1??

 16.Click /Edit  Wiki/, and enter the title /TestDoc1/ and click /Save 
 View/.

 17.Note that the largest text on the page still says /TitleTestClass
 Sheet/ --shouldn't this be the title we just entered??



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Re: [xwiki-users] Can't attach files to wiki

2012-01-18 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Richard,

it would be very helpful if you could document the symptoms you experienced
as well as the solution on the new XWiki FAQ:
http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/FAQ/WebHomeNew

Thanks in advance,

Guillaume

On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 10:41 AM, goldring, richard 
richard.goldr...@uk.thalesgroup.com wrote:

 Turns out all my wiki problems with disappeared attachment, scripts not
 running, etc were down to partition /var running out of disk space! So
 moved
 default locations of apache tomcat and mysql to a much bigger partition
 using symbolic links to link to the new locations and now all seems well.
 Should have checked the obvious (disk space) first! So if anyone else gets
 strange behaviour with xwiki - check your disk space first and save
 yourself
 a lot of time and hassle chasing down these 'problems'!

 -Original Message-
 From: users-boun...@xwiki.org [mailto:users-boun...@xwiki.org] On Behalf
 Of
 goldring, richard
 Sent: 16 January 2012 08:18
 To: 'XWiki Users'
 Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Can't attach files to wiki

 Yes its strange,

 This has happened since migrating from version 2.7 to 3.2. The import of
 the
 wiki pages via Exported xar files seemed to work ok, and the attachments
 are
 listed at the bottom of the wiki pages, butwhen you cick on them to view
 the
 attachments the wiki displays aa error message that the The attachment
 does
 not exist.

 Has anyone any idea what's happened and how to fix it?

 Thanks.

 Regards,

 Richard


 -Original Message-
 From: users-boun...@xwiki.org [mailto:users-boun...@xwiki.org] On Behalf
 Of
 Marius Dumitru Florea
 Sent: 13 January 2012 17:32
 To: XWiki Users
 Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Can't attach files to wiki

 Hi Richard,

 Are you talking about the standard Attachments tab at the bottom of a wiki
 page? Does it happen all the time? You should get this only if the session
 expires. See

 http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/ReleaseNotes/ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise
 32#HCSRFpreventionisenabledbydefault
 . In XWiki Enterprise 3.2 CSRF has been enabled by default. I haven't heard
 any complains so far, at least not related to the attachments upload form.

 Hope this helps,
 Marius

 On Fri, Jan 13, 2012 at 2:36 PM, goldring, richard
 richard.goldr...@uk.thalesgroup.com wrote:
  When try to attach files to a wiki page get the following warning page
 
 
 
  Warning
 
  This request contains an invalid authentication information.
 
  This might happen in the following situations:
 
 * You left the editor open in another window/tab and logged off and
  on again
 * Your authentication token exipired after a long period of
  inactivity
 * Somebody tried to perform a CSRF attack
 
  If you are sure that none of these situations apply in your case, you
  might have found a bug. We are sorry about that, please report it on
  XWiki JIRA
 
  Do you want to resend the request? If unsure, say No.
  no
 
 
  ... Anyone know what's happening and how to fix it? I'm using XWIKI
  3.2, Tomcat 5.5 and MySQL 5.
 
  Thanks.
 
  Regards,
 
  Richard
 
  -Original Message-
  From: users-boun...@xwiki.org [mailto:users-boun...@xwiki.org] On
  Behalf Of goldring, richard
  Sent: 13 January 2012 09:25
  To: 'XWiki Users'
  Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Backing up xwiki using mysql
 
   Thanks Guillaume - it worked a treat - I'll setting up the my.cnf
  another time, but at least I can backup now!
 
  Does anyone know more about the recycle bin - don't seem able to
  access from the wiki, and (I guess any deleted wiki pages or
  attachments go into it?) the code snippet didn't seem to empty it from
  the database - any ideas how to empty it?
 
  -Original Message-
  From: users-boun...@xwiki.org [mailto:users-boun...@xwiki.org] On
  Behalf Of Guillaume Fenollar
  Sent: 13 January 2012 08:55
  To: XWiki Users
  Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Backing up xwiki using mysql
 
  Hi Richard,
 
  Here a quickfix: use max_allow_packet directive directly into your
  dump command.
 
  mysqldump --max_allowed_packet=512m nms_wiki  backup.sql
 
 
  If you want to understand this more, you should try to change my.cnf,
  in the section [mysqldump] (just like there is [client], you could
  create it if you
  haven't) and try the command without putting max_allowed_packet into
  the command, it should work too.
 
  Sincerely,
 
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  XWiki SysAdmin
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  2012/1/13 goldring, richard richard.goldr...@uk.thalesgroup.com
 
  Hi All,
 
  Running ...
  mysqldump nms_wiki  backup.sql
 
  Returns ...
  mysqldump: Error 2020: Got packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet'
  bytes when dumping table `xwikiattrecyclebin` at row: 2
 
  I did have some rather large import attachments - which I deleted but
  they seem to have gone into the recycle bin - so I used the code
  snippet
  http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Empty+Trash+Bin
 
  To supposedly empty the bin, but get the same error 

Re: [xwiki-users] XWiki 3.1 - Panel Wizard causing 100% CPU Utilization in RedHat w/JBoss

2012-01-17 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Chris,

sorry for the late reply. Here's what you can try doing in order to debug
this issue:

   - Go to .../xwiki/bin/view/Panels/
   - Try opening the various panels listed on the page and see if one of
   them hangs (ie, its page does not display)
   - If you find one, replace view by inline in its URL and comment it
   out by adding #* at the very beginning and *# at the end, then save it
   - Try accessing it again

Once you've identified and fixed all such panels the panel wizard should
work again. You could also log a JIRA issue noting that this should be
fixed in the default distribution.

Thanks,

Guillaume

On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 7:15 PM, Chris Meyer chris.me...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi Guillaume,

 I commented out both panels, and no luck.

 Any other suggestions?

 Chris

 On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 2:46 AM, Guillaume Lerouge guilla...@xwiki.com
 wrote:

  Hi Chris,
 
  to fix this, you can go to .../xwiki/bin/inline/Panels/Navigation and
  comment the panel out (same for the other one). You'll lose that panel,
 but
  you'll win your ssytem back.
 
  Guillaume
 
  On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 7:59 AM, Marius Dumitru Florea 
  mariusdumitru.flo...@xwiki.com wrote:
 
   Hi Chris,
  
   On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 1:28 AM, Chris Meyer chris.me...@gmail.com
   wrote:
Hi All,
   
I am having an odd issue with the panel wizard in my test and prod
instances of XWiki. The users are trying to click on Panel Wizard
 via
Administer this Wiki and the system spikes to 25% CPU but never
  yields
results. Later, they try again, another 25% CPU and no results
ultimately they keep trying until I start getting administrative
 alerts
that the system is overwhelmed. To recover, I need to stop/start the
application. However, that only allows the application to function
  until
they do the same thing again. This is a critical task for them to add
  the
necessary navigation to their wiki.
   
  
Anyone had a similar experience?
  
   The panel wizard renders all the panels and so if you have a panel
   that uses a lot of resources (CPU/Memory) it will slow down or even
   block the panel wizard. From my experience, the panels from the
   standard XAR that cause problems on large wikis are Panels.Navigation
   and Panels.SpaceDocs because they don't limit the number of pages
   displayed and both are loaded synchronously (when the page loads, so
   no AJAX). The description of Panels.Navigation warns you about this:
   However when your wiki grows you'll usually want to replace it with
   your own fixed navigation.
  
   Hope this helps,
   Marius
  
   
Any ideas on how to troubleshoot this further?
   
Thanks,
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Re: [xwiki-users] Multiple 'classes', one form.. best practice?

2012-01-17 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Joris,

one approach would be to use one single class but to build the sheet by
hand and user javascript to display new fields based on the value of
filled-in fields.

Guillaume

On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 1:06 PM, Joris Dirks jo...@user.stekje.nl wrote:

 Hi all,

 I am making a database where each page can have multiple 'levels' of
 data, each next level should be shown to the user only when a
 condition has been met, say:
 1: general information
 - Question
 - Needs additional research: yes/no
 2: additional research (only shown if applicable):
 - Researcher
 - Findings

 My initial idea was to use seperate classes and create a combined
 class sheet, like in the code below, but I suspect that will give
 difficulty for instance when creating overviews in a Livetable.

 Does anyone have experience in uses like this? Thanks for your ideas!
 Joris


 #set($class1 = $doc.getObject('Example.Class1').xWikiClass)
 #foreach($prop in $class1.properties)
  ..
 #end

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  #set($class2 = $doc.getObject('Example.Class2').xWikiClass)
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Re: [xwiki-users] XWiki 3.1 - Panel Wizard causing 100% CPU Utilization in RedHat w/JBoss

2012-01-10 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Chris,

to fix this, you can go to .../xwiki/bin/inline/Panels/Navigation and
comment the panel out (same for the other one). You'll lose that panel, but
you'll win your ssytem back.

Guillaume

On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 7:59 AM, Marius Dumitru Florea 
mariusdumitru.flo...@xwiki.com wrote:

 Hi Chris,

 On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 1:28 AM, Chris Meyer chris.me...@gmail.com
 wrote:
  Hi All,
 
  I am having an odd issue with the panel wizard in my test and prod
  instances of XWiki. The users are trying to click on Panel Wizard via
  Administer this Wiki and the system spikes to 25% CPU but never yields
  results. Later, they try again, another 25% CPU and no results
  ultimately they keep trying until I start getting administrative alerts
  that the system is overwhelmed. To recover, I need to stop/start the
  application. However, that only allows the application to function until
  they do the same thing again. This is a critical task for them to add the
  necessary navigation to their wiki.
 

  Anyone had a similar experience?

 The panel wizard renders all the panels and so if you have a panel
 that uses a lot of resources (CPU/Memory) it will slow down or even
 block the panel wizard. From my experience, the panels from the
 standard XAR that cause problems on large wikis are Panels.Navigation
 and Panels.SpaceDocs because they don't limit the number of pages
 displayed and both are loaded synchronously (when the page loads, so
 no AJAX). The description of Panels.Navigation warns you about this:
 However when your wiki grows you'll usually want to replace it with
 your own fixed navigation.

 Hope this helps,
 Marius

 
  Any ideas on how to troubleshoot this further?
 
  Thanks,
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Re: [xwiki-users] Configuration to change the default space i.e main space to user created space?

2012-01-10 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Mohit,

try accessing your WebHome page using the
.../xwiki/bin/edit/Main/WebHome?editor=wiki URL.

Guillaume

On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 12:03 PM, mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com wrote:

 Thanks Marius again.  As per first option in the link i.e

 This is the simplest of all. Edit Main.WebHome and type:
 $response.sendRedirect($xwiki.getURL(MyUserCreatedSpace.WebHome)) where
 Space.Page is the page you wish to redirect to.

 I did above and it worked. But now i want to revert it to again old main
 space. I am not able to do so that because as soon as i go to the main
 space webhome page , i get to see the source of  MyUserCreatedSpace(as i
 have used the redirect option).  I am not able to see the original source
 code of Main space Webhome page so that i can revert  redirect change.

 .



 On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 1:01 PM, Marius Dumitru Florea 
 mariusdumitru.flo...@xwiki.com wrote:

  Some search results:
 
 
 
 http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/FAQ/Howtochangethehomepagedestinationwhenyouenterhttplocalhost8080xwiki
  http://www.mail-archive.com/users@xwiki.org/msg06003.html
  http://lists.xwiki.org/pipermail/users/2008-June/008546.html
 
  Hope this helps,
  Marius
 
  On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 7:02 PM, mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com wrote:
   Hi All,
  
   As soon as l gets login , i enter to main space  webhome page . I want
 to
   change this default main space to some user created space (Basically
  what i
   need is as soon as user logs in, he should enter to user created
   space instead of main space)  Is it configurable? Thanks.
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Re: [xwiki-users] Usage and placement of robots.txt file

2012-01-09 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Kaya,

here you go:
http://www.businesspundit.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/banana1.jpg

Looking forward to the FreeBSD documentation,

Guillaume

On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 2:23 PM, Kaya Saman kayasa...@gmail.com wrote:

 On 01/09/2012 11:49 AM, Vincent Massol wrote:

 On Jan 8, 2012, at 10:03 PM, Kaya Saman wrote:

  On 01/08/2012 10:06 PM, Vincent Massol wrote:

 Hi Guys,

 Would be great if you could update the existing wiki documentation with
 the information in this thread since it wasn't good enough in the first
 place apparently :)

 Thanks!
 -Vincent

 That's an interesting point Vincent!

 As an Xwiki user a while back I wrote a howto on installing Xwiki with
 Tomcat and Postgresql on FreeBSD. I just can't remember where the 'user
 space' was to put it in as it's been a while since I last worked with Xwiki

 I know that we have some external tutorials listed here:
 http://platform.xwiki.org/**xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/**
 Installation#HTutorialshttp://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/Installation#HTutorials


 I managed to find my old howto - is still stored as draft :-)

 google'd freebsd xwiki

 http://dev.xwiki.org/xwiki/**bin/view/Drafts/BSD_Installhttp://dev.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Drafts/BSD_Install


 Can I get this on the 'real' wiki??


 P.s. second link on Google goes directly to my personal wiki site which I
 put all of the Xwiki stuff I'm doing onto. So managed to crack 2 eggs for
 the price of one it seems!



  - although from my posting you can see that I'm back and things are
 online again.

 I would like to write some documentation about migrating Xwiki from
 server to server or multiple platforms as I've gone from FreeBSD over to
 Nexenta Core 3 with GlassfishV3 in the past and recently over to Fedora 11.

 I've got a lot of time on my hands and would like to contribute...….

 Hey's that's great. Feel free to ask specific questions if you need help
 on knowing where to put stuff!

 You could start by adding the content of this thread that you started on
 xwiki.org in the location where we explain how to use robots.txt?


 I'll have a look at updating the robots.txt content today.


 Also I will put some migration stuff on the drafts section today as that's
 quite in depth.


 Additionally I will add to my draft about containing Java Heap Space
 memory errors, Perm Space memory allocation and my custom scripts to kick
 Tomcat back online after being killed by the OS after the system runs out
 of memory.


 as said I'm unemployed at the moment so I have waaay too much time :-)


 Maybe some kind person could donate some virtual bananas for me to keep my
 energy up while Xwiki'ing the wiki ;-P


 Thanks
 -Vincent


 Regards,


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Re: [xwiki-users] Memory Leak detected - can anything be done to rectify?

2012-01-09 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Kaya,

are you experiencing this on XWiki Enterprise 3.2?

If so, this is a know issue that will be fixed in XWiki Enterprise 3.2.1
which should be out pretty soon.

Guillaume

On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 5:01 PM, Kaya Saman kayasa...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi,

 just checked through my logs and found this:

 SEVERE: The web application [/xwiki] created a ThreadLocal with key of
 type [org.apache.log4j.helpers.**ThreadLocalMap] (value
 [org.apache.log4j.helpers.**ThreadLocalMap@2ff7ac92]) and a value of type
 [java.util.Hashtable] (value [{url=http://wiki.optiplex-**
 networks.com/xwiki/bin/export/**XWiki/**ResetPasswordRequestClass?**
 format=xarname=XWiki.**ResetPasswordRequestClass**pages=XWiki.**
 ResetPasswordRequestClass}http://wiki.optiplex-networks.com/xwiki/bin/export/XWiki/ResetPasswordRequestClass?format=xarname=XWiki.ResetPasswordRequestClasspages=XWiki.ResetPasswordRequestClass%7D])
 but failed to remove it when the web application was stopped. This is very
 likely to create a memory leak.


 it's probably the reason my Java instance is so unstable and hogging my
 systems swap. Can anything be done to sort it?
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Re: [xwiki-users] global text search and replace

2012-01-06 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi,

one note: be careful when using something like this on your whole wiki. It
can have unexpected side effects (like replacing parts of words in place
you didn't expect) and you'll have no quick way to rollback (you'll have to
do it manually, page by page).

Guillaume

On Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 10:36 AM, Jinyan Su xia...@sujinyan.com wrote:

 Thanks. I'll give it a try. Saw your name all over the pages. You rock.

 Regards,

 --Robs


 On Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 5:32 PM, Vincent Massol vinc...@massol.net wrote:

  Hi,
 
  On Jan 6, 2012, at 1:40 AM, Jinyan Su wrote:
 
   Hi.
  
   I'd like to search through the body of all xwiki documents for a
  specified
   string (say, fu), and replace it with another (bar).
  
   Been searching extensions and google and haven't come-up with any way
 to
  do
   this.
  
   mediawiki does have an extension to enable this. Anything similar in
  xwiki?
 
  I've just coded a quick one for you here:
 
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Replace+Word+Snippet
 
  Enjoy
  -Vincent
 
   Thanks,
  
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Re: [xwiki-users] A few quick questions about images

2012-01-04 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
I think I did it a long long time ago using dewslider:
http://www.alsacreations.fr/dewslider.html

Guillaume

On Wed, Jan 4, 2012 at 12:14 PM, Kaya Saman kayasa...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi,

 to start with I'd just like to know how this page was created:

 http://enterprise.xwiki.org/**xwiki/bin/view/UserGuide/**Diaporamahttp://enterprise.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/UserGuide/Diaporama

 in terms of how the images get changed every 45 seconds. was this
 diaporama? If so there isn't really any mention of how to use it:
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/**xwiki/bin/view/Extension/**
 Photo+Album+Applicationhttp://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Photo+Album+Application

 Does Xwiki have a syntax for it that extends the [[image:img.png]]
 statement?


 I'd like to know as I want to embed some animated images of my own but
 with shorter time then 45 seconds.


 Secondly does Xwiki support any kind of text wrapping?

 If I put an image at the top of a space, the text usually leads on after
 the end of the object but can I make the text start at the top of the
 screen like with a word processor?


When using the WYSIWYG editor, you can align images to the left or right.
They get get applied a style=float: right; tag that makes the text wrap
around them.

Last question is basically about the background of a space (not the wiki
 background). Can this be changed without edition CSS??

 I'd just like to change it for one particular space and subspaces but not
 the rest of the wiki. Kind of like including the html background statement
 - which doesn't work in Xwiki.


Yes. You simply have to create a color theme with your new color scheme and
apply it to only 1 space.

Guillaume

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Re: [xwiki-users] Find the email of a user

2012-01-03 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Stéphanie,

alternatively, you can try using the more classic XWiki way - I think
something like this should work :

#set($usrDoc = $xwiki.getDocument($context.user))
#set($usrObj = $usrDoc.getObject('XWiki.XWikiUsers'))
#set($emailProp = $usrObj.get('email').value)
$emailProp

Guillaume

2012/1/3 Stéphanie stephanie.roull...@gmail.com

 Hello,

 Happy new year to everyone.

 I'm trying to have the email of an user and I want to put it on every
 document the user creates.

 For that, I try this two differents codes :

 #set($mail=$xwiki.getUser($doc.getCreator(), false).getEmail())

 and an other try :

 #set($user=$xwiki.getUser($doc.getCreator(), false))
 #set($mail=$user.getEmail())

 But none of this two codes is right. What should I do to have the email of
 my user ?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Polls Application installation with Extension Manager issue

2011-12-27 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Roman,

any issue you met was definitely a bug and should be reported.

About the issue with registering translation keys, you should definitely
log it and I'll +1 it afterwards :-) It might already be in JIRA though.

Thanks for trying out those new features. We'd love to get more feedback
about them - did you like it, what were the issues you met and so on.

Merry Christmas,

Guillaume

On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 1:27 PM, coldserenity rmunt...@softserveinc.comwrote:

 Hello,

   Recently I've tried installing Polls Application (
 http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Polls+Application )
 via
 Extension Manager and received error listed in the file attached:

 http://xwiki.475771.n2.nabble.com/file/n7130006/InstallPollsExtensionError.txt
 InstallPollsExtensionError.txt .
   The odd thing is the success message in the end of the file (I have added
 info and error macro markup to show how it looked like on the screen).
   Polls Application pages got created and I was able to create polls. With
 bugs but they worked.

   Questions:
  * Is the error during installation of the application important one or
 should be ignored?
  * I had to manually configure the l18n bundle after the installation -
 should I log an enhancement for EM to auto-configure it during
 installation?
  * Should I log any bugs I observe in Polls Application (and where to)?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Fwd: Configure the XWIKI Logo

2011-12-27 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Mohit,

the logo can be changed from the color theme page:

   1. Attach the file you want to use as logo to the color theme page
   2. Edit the color theme
   3. Enter the name of your file in the logo field when editing the
   header in the color theme

I agree that it's not very intuitive, but it's doable.
Guillaume

On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 11:56 AM, mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi  Guillaume ,

 i want to change default xwiki logo that we see just below the wiki link on
 top  left corner of xwiki website not the color . I already tried changing
 color theme it just changes the color theme. PFA the logo for reference
 which i want to change.

 On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 3:46 PM, Guillaume Lerouge guilla...@xwiki.com
 wrote:

  Hi Mohit,
 
  you don't need to modify the logo from the filesystem. You can do this
  through the Color Theme.
 
  Guillaume
 
  On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 10:51 AM, mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com
 wrote:
 
   Though it worked  after changing logo.png to myprojectlogo.png in
  global.vm
file .But  i expect there  should be some way from xwiki admin UI
 too. I
tried some stuff changing in defaultskin after going inside look and
  feel
   section but that did not help
  
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   From: mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com
   Date: Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 3:05 PM
   Subject: Configure the XWIKI Logo
   To: XWiki Users users@xwiki.org
  
  
   Hi,
  
   I want to change the default xwiki logo with my  custom logo say
   MyProjectLogo.png. Is this configurable somewhere?
  
   What i tried :-inside my tomcat directory i.e
  tomcat\myxwiki\skins\colibri
   , i replaced default log.png with my custom logo(with same name). But
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   still picks old logo.
  
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Re: [xwiki-users] Fwd: Configure the XWIKI Logo

2011-12-27 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Mohit,

you don't need to modify the logo from the filesystem. You can do this
through the Color Theme.

Guillaume

On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 10:51 AM, mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com wrote:

 Though it worked  after changing logo.png to myprojectlogo.png in global.vm
  file .But  i expect there  should be some way from xwiki admin UI too. I
  tried some stuff changing in defaultskin after going inside look and feel
 section but that did not help

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 To: XWiki Users users@xwiki.org


 Hi,

 I want to change the default xwiki logo with my  custom logo say
 MyProjectLogo.png. Is this configurable somewhere?

 What i tried :-inside my tomcat directory i.e tomcat\myxwiki\skins\colibri
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Re: [xwiki-users] Your feedbacks on a possible MailArchive application

2011-12-02 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Jérémyie,

I don't have much feedback regarding the code, but I'm definitely looking
forward to the application. I've been thinking for a while that users
should be able to create content easily in the wiki from an email and I'm
very glad to see someone tackling the problem :-)

Good luck, I'm looking forward to the result!

Guillaume

On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 12:12 PM, Thomas Mortagne
thomas.morta...@xwiki.comwrote:

 On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 11:52 AM, jerem jeremie.bousq...@gmail.com wrote:
  Of course Vincent, I completely agree with you ... It's more a joke
 hiding
  some kind of lazyness from my side, having to rewrite parts as components
  (and having to gain information about how to do that most of all ...)
 
  * How do you autocomplete in wiki pages
  I'm so used not having this feature when working in wiki pages that I
 don't
  even bother...
  * How do you have quick access to all your code scattered in several
 pages
  all visible from within your IDE
  My IDE is XWiki ... :/ Never found an easy way to manage wiki pages in
 link
  with IDE / SCM tools.
  * How do you write unit tests
  * How do you document and generate javadoc
  Of course there is none of that for now ... :(
  * How do you handle registration/unregistration of components
  Well, that's a question for me : for now I used the application manager
 to
  generate a Xar and set a version to it. I don't know if this kind of
 thing
  is/will be managed by extension manager ?
  Of course for now it's not a component at all.
 
  On another side working directly inside XWiki pages has some great
 advantage
  : you can test directly (no deployment or compilation phases).
 
  In fact it's too late to create the component before putting too much
 code
  in wiki pages, because almost all the app is already coded (in wiki pages
  ...) :) And what is left to code is mainly display ...
  But business logic is mainly located in one groovy class in one page (the
  mail loading, is the heart of the application).
  What's left in other pages are some utility methods (that need some
  refactoring), the ldap bridge, and the threading algorithm maybe.
 
  So I agree with you that it should not be a very big deal to refactor and
  transform this groovy class into an xwiki java component, and it has
  added-value. I'll add that in the pre-requisites for the first version.
  Indeed, I will ask you to be a little patient :)
 
  Side-question : is it possible / advisable to write this xwiki java
  component in groovy ? At the end it can be compiled into java bytecode,
 and
  as most groovy dependencies are already part of the xwiki distrib, it
 should
  work, what do you think ?

 Yes but there is an important drawback: there is no way for your
 groovy component to be registered automatically at startup, you need
 to external action to explicitly register it (either by hand or some
 cron which regularly check if your component is still registered). It
 could sound minor like that but it's a real pain to always have to
 remember to register you groovy component when you restard or worst
 when XWiki automatically restart because it was stuck.

 A good example of Goovy component with regsitration page is the IRC
 bot. See
 https://github.com/xwiki/xwiki-platform/tree/master/xwiki-platform-core/xwiki-platform-ircbot
 .

 This should be fixed by wiki component (see
 http://dev.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Design/WikiComponents) but the way
 XWiki database initialization is done make it difficult to cleanly
 find and intialize the wiki component at startup, need a bit of
 refactoring. An example of specialized wiki components is wiki macro
 but the way theses are initialized is very crappy and we are trying to
 avoid doing the same thing for components in general.

  Or do you recommend to write it in Java ?
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] Integration of my webapplication with xwiki.

2011-12-02 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Mohit,

if XWiki is on a internal network, you don't really need to protect it
(unless the help contains sensitive information). You can simply let
unregistered users access the wiki and you will not have any login problem.

Regarding the right packages to download, you'd be better off with the WAR
+ XAR distribution (the last 2 links):
http://enterprise.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/Download

You should also follow the installation instructions (Jetty is not really
meant for use in production):
http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/Installation

Good luck!

Guillaume

On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 4:53 PM, mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com wrote:

 Thanks Edo for quick reply. its not an intranet application. Let me
 explain what my intention is

 i have a full fledged banking web application (say App1) developed in
 java using struts 2 hosted on tomcat. Now i am planning to develop a
 different web application  (App2) help content for my App1. For this i
 downloaded xwiki enterprise. Looks like xwiki is hosted on jetty
 webserver. Right?  Now i want to introduce a hyperlink on some jsp
 page on App1 which will take me to my xwiki help application i.e
 App2.I am assuming right now App2 will ask me some user credentials
 i.e username and password. Right? so what i want to to do here is when
 i click on hyperlink it should take me to some servlet lying in App2
 with some userid . Then with this user id App2(i.e xwiki application)
 again talks to some servlet lying on App1(i.e my banking application)
 which checks whether user exist in database or not . if yes it gives
 green signal to servlet in xwiki application(App2) and it shows the
 home page of wiki help otherwise throw some exception.

 Above is the crux of work what i am planning to do.


 What i want to know

 What are xwiki modules and tools i need to download?
 Which xwiki  java classes and servlets i need to explore so that i can
 proceed in right direction?
 how my banking webapplication and newly developed xwiki application
 will interact each other?
 Can i host xwiki application on tomcat instead of jetty webserver
 which seeems to be default server where xwiki application will be
 hosted?
 How will i get the source code of xwiki application?
 which specific developer guide/'topic i need to go thru in detail .
 Though i went thru developer guide on xwiki site but could not get
 much out of it.

 I am in urgent need of this so that i can start upon at
 earliest.Thanks in Advance.


 On 12/2/11, Edo Beutler ebeut...@synventis.com wrote:
  Hi Mohit
 
  I am not sure I completely understand what your intention is. But as I
  understand it, two solutions come to mind:
  1. If it is an intranet application in an organisation you could think
  about using LDAP and SSO (xwiki external), which would not exactly
  match your example, but can remove the need to login separately.
  2. A virtual wiki environment (would probably be used also for 1.)
  with all the users on the main wiki. And the xwiki internal SSO
  activated. So you could create your two applications in separate
  virtual wikis and logging in to one would also log you in to the other
  application.
 
  Hope this helps
  Edo
 
  On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 11:31 AM, mohit gupta motgu...@gmail.com wrote:
  i have my banking webapplication on tomcat. i want to host my
 application
  help on xwiki which will sit on another server(probably
  xwiki will be having its on app server). Basically what i have to do is
 i
  want to provide a link on my banking application on click of which
  i want to take it to wiki help(help shoud not ask any credentialsat
  http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/WebHome)
   though it should ask for credential if i hit my xwiki URL directly.i am
  not getting how to start it?i have gone thru xwiki devguide but could
  not get much out of it. It would be great if somebody can give me heads
 up
  how can i can i start it at high level, it would be a great help.
  As xwiki site states many tools to download like
  manager,enterprise,platform. which tool one i shoud start with and what
  should be the starting point
  in that?
  i want to give the users to modify the wiki page on the basis of roles
 in
  my banking application. So my application and xwiki has to interact a
 lot.
  looking for how we can proceed for this. My application is using struts
 2.
 
  Another question i have is once i dowload xwiki enterprsise, should i
 host
  in seperate tomcat or downloaded xwiki application will have its own
  webserver.
 
  Its really urgent for me. Looking for quick reply
 
  Thanks in advance
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Re: [xwiki-users] embedding static html pages

2011-11-10 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Tim,

you could Zip the HTML files together and attach the Zip file to a wiki
page. Then, using XWiki's built-in ZipExplorer plugin [1], you should be
able to access all your files.

If I remember correctly, the URL should be something like
.../xwiki/bin/view/Space/Page/MyZipFile.zip/index.html (assuming your HTML
file is called index.html of course).

Hope this helps,

Guillaume

[1] http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/ZIP+Explorer+Plugin

On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 2:10 PM, Tim Pigden tim.pig...@optrak.com wrote:

 Hi
 My diagramming tool creates a set of html pages. I want these to be
 accessible from my xwiki with the xwiki logon and security and not
 otherwise. Is this possible? I've looked in the docs for static html
 pages and not found anything useful (perhaps I'm looking for the
 wrong thing). There are quite a few pages, all interlinked, and they
 get rebuilt every time I do a diagram change, so anything that
 involves importing them other than as a bulk transfer wouldn't really
 be viable. Putting them on a completely separate web would require
 logon / security synchronisation which I'd rather avoid. The pages are
 an output - I don't need them version tracked.

 Thanks
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Re: [xwiki-users] embedding static html pages

2011-11-10 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
I'm not sure, it might or it might not... The easier way to know would be
to try it though :-)

(It should take you about 5 minutes).

Guillaume

On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 5:46 PM, Tim P tim.pig...@optrak.com wrote:

 Hi, will that treat relative links between diagrams correctly do you think?
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Re: [xwiki-users] behavior of 'delete' and 'edit' UI on pages

2011-11-09 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Chris,

On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 10:51 PM, Chris Quenelle ch...@quenelle.org wrote:

 I think I followed the FAQ tutorial closely, but I'm see a few glitches

 1) I don't see 'delete' under the 'more actions' menu, how can I delete my
 FAQs?


In the menu at the top of the page, hover over the page name, the delete
menu is there.

2) If the owner visits a page, they see an 'edit' menu with multiple
 choices, most of
 which will not result in something useful.  If a non-owner visits the
 page, then the
 'edit' menu is only a button which does the correct 'inline' edit.   Can I
 get the
 default-inline-edit behavior for all pages even when they are viewed by
 the owner?


This is actually a setting on each user's profile page. In the
preferences section of their profile, they will find a user type
option. They should switch it to simple if they do not wish to have the
multiple option menu.

Guillaume

--chris




 On Tuesday November 8, at10:59AM, Chris Quenelle wrote:

 
  Thanks, Guillaume!  I should have gone back to the tutorial to look.
 
 
  On Tuesday November 8, at10:03AM, Guillaume Lerouge wrote:
 
  Hi Chris,
 
  welcome to XWiki! The FAQ tutorial actually holds an answer to your
  question:
 
 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/FAQTutorial#HCustomcreationform
 
  Happy coding,
 
  Guillaume
 
  On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 6:58 PM, Chris Quenelle ch...@quenelle.org
 wrote:
 
 
  I'm a complete newbie here.  I ran through the Sample Application web
 page
  (FAQ Application)
  and so-far so-good.  I want to improve the user experience for adding a
  new FAQ entry.
 
  For now my users select Add - Page
  then click on FAQTemplate
  then they should know that they cannot change the 'Space Name' field
  then they choose a page name
  then they click create
 
  Instead, I'd like to create a customized page which has only:
 
  page name field
  create FAQ entry button
 
  Where should I look in the docs to see how to do this?
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] behavior of 'delete' and 'edit' UI on pages

2011-11-09 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
Hi Chris,

On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 5:52 PM, Chris Quenelle ch...@quenelle.org wrote:


 Thanks for the fast reply, Guillaume!
 Is there some logic behind what actions are available on the top
 menu page item and which ones are in the lower menu bar?


Yes. The rationale is the following:

   - Actions related to page content are in the lower menu bar (edit,
   export, print...)
   - Actions related to the wiki page itself are in the top menu (rename,
   delete...)

Guillaume


 --chris


 On Wednesday November 9, at3:34AM, Guillaume Lerouge wrote:

  Hi Chris,
 
  On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 10:51 PM, Chris Quenelle ch...@quenelle.org
 wrote:
 
  I think I followed the FAQ tutorial closely, but I'm see a few glitches
 
  1) I don't see 'delete' under the 'more actions' menu, how can I delete
 my
  FAQs?
 
 
  In the menu at the top of the page, hover over the page name, the delete
  menu is there.
 
  2) If the owner visits a page, they see an 'edit' menu with multiple
  choices, most of
  which will not result in something useful.  If a non-owner visits the
  page, then the
  'edit' menu is only a button which does the correct 'inline' edit.
 Can I
  get the
  default-inline-edit behavior for all pages even when they are viewed by
  the owner?
 
 
  This is actually a setting on each user's profile page. In the
  preferences section of their profile, they will find a user type
  option. They should switch it to simple if they do not wish to have the
  multiple option menu.
 
  Guillaume
 
  --chris
 
 
 
 
  On Tuesday November 8, at10:59AM, Chris Quenelle wrote:
 
 
  Thanks, Guillaume!  I should have gone back to the tutorial to look.
 
 
  On Tuesday November 8, at10:03AM, Guillaume Lerouge wrote:
 
  Hi Chris,
 
  welcome to XWiki! The FAQ tutorial actually holds an answer to your
  question:
 
 
 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/FAQTutorial#HCustomcreationform
 
  Happy coding,
 
  Guillaume
 
  On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 6:58 PM, Chris Quenelle ch...@quenelle.org
  wrote:
 
 
  I'm a complete newbie here.  I ran through the Sample Application web
  page
  (FAQ Application)
  and so-far so-good.  I want to improve the user experience for
 adding a
  new FAQ entry.
 
  For now my users select Add - Page
  then click on FAQTemplate
  then they should know that they cannot change the 'Space Name' field
  then they choose a page name
  then they click create
 
  Instead, I'd like to create a customized page which has only:
 
  page name field
  create FAQ entry button
 
  Where should I look in the docs to see how to do this?
 
  --chris
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] behavior of 'delete' and 'edit' UI on pages

2011-11-09 Thread Guillaume Lerouge
New users are created as simple users by default so you're fine.

Guillaume

On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 7:31 PM, Chris Quenelle ch...@quenelle.org wrote:



 I am not so concerned about Administrator users.   Mostly for the
 default users who will be new to xwiki.   Is there a profile
 that I can update to change the setting for new users?
 I don't need to prevent it completely, just disable it by default.



 On Wednesday November 9, at10:03AM, Sergiu Dumitriu wrote:

  On 11/09/2011 06:34 AM, Guillaume Lerouge wrote:
  Hi Chris,
 
  On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 10:51 PM, Chris Quenellech...@quenelle.org
  wrote:
 
  I think I followed the FAQ tutorial closely, but I'm see a few glitches
 
  1) I don't see 'delete' under the 'more actions' menu, how can I
 delete my
  FAQs?
 
 
  In the menu at the top of the page, hover over the page name, the delete
  menu is there.
 
  2) If the owner visits a page, they see an 'edit' menu with multiple
  choices, most of
  which will not result in something useful.  If a non-owner visits the
  page, then the
  'edit' menu is only a button which does the correct 'inline' edit.
 Can I
  get the
  default-inline-edit behavior for all pages even when they are viewed by
  the owner?
 
 
  This is actually a setting on each user's profile page. In the
  preferences section of their profile, they will find a user type
  option. They should switch it to simple if they do not wish to have
 the
  multiple option menu.
 
  Only that it won't have any effect in this case. Administrators are
 always advanced users.
 
  However, you can just ignore the entries in the menu, you can just click
 on the Edit menu itself to go to inline editing.
 
  If, however, you really want to completely disable the menu, even for
 administrators, you can just edit layoutExtraVars.vm and add:
 
  #set ($isAdvancedUser = false)
 
  Note that you will still have access to some advanced stuff, so if you
 don't want to see the advanced spaces like Scheduler or XWiki, you should
 instead edit xwikivars.vm and remove the section of code dealing with the
 computation of $isAdvancedUser
 
  Guillaume
 
  --chris
 
 
 
 
  On Tuesday November 8, at10:59AM, Chris Quenelle wrote:
 
 
  Thanks, Guillaume!  I should have gone back to the tutorial to look.
 
 
  On Tuesday November 8, at10:03AM, Guillaume Lerouge wrote:
 
  Hi Chris,
 
  welcome to XWiki! The FAQ tutorial actually holds an answer to your
  question:
 
 
 http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/FAQTutorial#HCustomcreationform
 
  Happy coding,
 
  Guillaume
 
  On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 6:58 PM, Chris Quenellech...@quenelle.org
  wrote:
 
 
  I'm a complete newbie here.  I ran through the Sample Application
 web
  page
  (FAQ Application)
  and so-far so-good.  I want to improve the user experience for
 adding a
  new FAQ entry.
 
  For now my users select Add -  Page
  then click on FAQTemplate
  then they should know that they cannot change the 'Space Name' field
  then they choose a page name
  then they click create
 
  Instead, I'd like to create a customized page which has only:
 
  page name field
  create FAQ entry  button
 
  Where should I look in the docs to see how to do this?
 
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