[xwiki-users] changing S5 template

2007-12-26 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hello all...

  I have been trying to edit my S5 template.
 
   I have been able to remove the already existing logo.gif and substitute
my picture in the class editor but it doesn't come up. I wanted to add an
image as a header as well which should've come up when ?xpage=s5b is added. 

  I changed s5b.vm and s5bheader.vm and tried adding a new css. Are there
any other checkpoints which I might have missed out ? Please advise.

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Re: [xwiki-users] using getLocalUser()

2007-11-07 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

:) Thomas had mailed me this (after I had personally mailed him) in reply to
my question about removing the hyperlink with the pretty-name of the current
user.
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In $xwiki you have all theses methods :

getUserName(user)
getUserName(user, link)
getUserName(user, format)
getUserName(user, format, link)

it seam that in getUserName(user) link is true by default so it
return you the name with a correct link to access it, if you don't
want the link I suppose $xwiki.getUserName($context.getUser(), false)
is correct.

When you search for api methods the better way is to print the class
and then go to javadoc to see the methods in the class. For example
for $context you can do $context.class that print you the exact JAVA
class and then you go to
http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/download/DevGuide/API/xwiki%2Dcore%2D1.1.1%2Djavadoc.zip/index.html
and click on Context class link to see all methods $context contains.
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Thomas Mortagne wrote:
 
 If you want a prettier (FirstName LastName) user name you can use
 $xwiki.getLocalUserName($context.getUser()).
 
 2007/11/7, Thomas Mortagne [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Hi,

 You can get user name with $context.getLocalUser() or users full name
 with $context.getUser(). Full name means generally containing XWiki.
 be fore user name, it's the full name of the document containing the
 user.

 2007/11/7, V. Harikrishnan Nair [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 
  Hi...
 
  I tried use $xwiki.getUser to get the current user's name but I got a
 value
  like this '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'.
  So, I looked into the API doc and used getLocalUser() but it does not
 work.
  This is the syntax that I used -
 
  #set($user = $xwiki.getLocalUser())
  $user
 
  What is wrong here ? It had given me an output for getUser().
 
  Harikrishnan
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] Displaying Panel items

2007-11-05 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Thanks for the help, Ricardo. Here's the code -
---
#panelheader('Quick Links')
* [HomeAmrita IIS.WebHome]
* [PMT DiscussionsAmrita IIS.PMT_Discussions]
* [Class EditorXWiki.XWikiClasses]
* [PMTPMT.PMTemplateTestClass]
* [PMT Test formAmrita IIS.Form_PMT_Test]

#if ($xwiki.hasAdminRights())
For Admins:
* [Admin CenterXWiki.WebHome]
* [What's NewMain.Dashboard]  $xwiki.getURL( 
$xwiki.getSkinFile('icons/black-rss-mini3.png')  
#end

#set($user = $xwiki.getUser())
#if($user.isUserInGroup(XWiki.Editors))
Editor Group
* [Editor's pageAmrita IIS.Editor]
#end 


p style=font-size:0.75em;padding-left:8px; $xwiki.getDocument( (Edit
this panel) /p
#end
#panelfooter()

---


Ricardo Rodríguez wrote:
 
 V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 hi Vito, 
 hi Ricardo,

  I implemented the code as :
   
 #set($user = $xwiki.getUser())
 #if($user.isUserInGroup('XWiki.Editors'))
 Editor Group
 * [Editor's pageAmrita IIS.Editor]
 #end  

 But I got a really weird error -

 Error number 4001 in 4: Error while parsing velocity page
 Panels.QuickLinks
 Wrapped Exception: Encountered #endrn at line 26, column 1 of
 Panels.QuickLinks
 Was expecting one of:
 EOF 
 ( …
 RPAREN …
 ESCAPE_DIRECTIVE …
 SET_DIRECTIVE …
 ## …
 \#34; …
 
  …
 TEXT …
 # …
 # …
 STRING_LITERAL …
 IF_DIRECTIVE …
 STOP_DIRECTIVE …
 INTEGER_LITERAL …
 FLOATING_POINT_LITERAL …
 WORD …
 BRACKETED_WORD …
 IDENTIFIER …
 DOT …
 { …
 } ...

 I checked everything but it simply would not work...


 - Harikrishnan
 
 Hi Harikrishnan,
 
 I've tried your code here and it works without a glitch.
 
 The error you get is at line 26, so it is not possible for us to know if 
 one of the five code lines included in your message is the offending one.
 
 Please, could you post here your whole Panels.QuickLinks to see if it is 
 possible for us to reproduce the error?
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] Panels off

2007-11-05 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hi...
 
   I usually never like to 'reopen cases' but this is also what I am looking
for...

   I've tried to hide the panel for the starting page by using
#set($showLeftPanels = 0) and then again bringing it back to
#set($showLeftPanels = 1) wherever I wanted it (I agree, it was a stupid
idea). 

   I was wondering, can I make a new xwiki variable, $showPageLeftPanels,
and use it in the .vm files ?  

Harikrishnan


vmassol wrote:
 
 Hi Gunter,
 
 On May 21, 2007, at 7:14 PM, Gunter Leeb wrote:
 
 Hi,

 Is there a simple way to turn the panels off for a particular page?

 I know this is possible, by creating the page in a new space and
 configuring the new space not to show the panels. Is there another  
 way?
 
 No, this feature doesn't exist AFAIK. We could have imagine that  
 passing showColumns=0 in the url would have done the trick but it's  
 not there. So there are several hacks possible:
 
 1) modify startpage.vm so that it look in the url if you pass some  
 parameter to hide columns
 2) use css/javascript in the page that you wish to hide so that it  
 hides the panel(s)
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] Displaying Panel items

2007-11-05 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

That's perfect ! Thanks, Vito, I should've noticed that...



Vitantonio Messa wrote:
 
 V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 Thanks for the help, Ricardo. Here's the code -
 ---
 #panelheader('Quick Links')
 * [HomeAmrita IIS.WebHome]
 * [PMT DiscussionsAmrita IIS.PMT_Discussions]
 * [Class EditorXWiki.XWikiClasses]
 * [PMTPMT.PMTemplateTestClass]
 * [PMT Test formAmrita IIS.Form_PMT_Test]
 
 #if ($xwiki.hasAdminRights())
 For Admins:
 * [Admin CenterXWiki.WebHome]
 * [What's NewMain.Dashboard]  $xwiki.getURL( 
 $xwiki.getSkinFile('icons/black-rss-mini3.png')  
 #end
 
 #set($user = $xwiki.getUser())
 #if($user.isUserInGroup(XWiki.Editors))
 Editor Group
 * [Editor's pageAmrita IIS.Editor]
 #end 
 
 
 p style=font-size:0.75em;padding-left:8px; $xwiki.getDocument( (Edit
 this panel) /p
 #end
 #panelfooter()
 
 ---
 
 
 Ricardo Rodríguez wrote:
 V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 hi Vito, 
 hi Ricardo,

  I implemented the code as :
   
 #set($user = $xwiki.getUser())
 #if($user.isUserInGroup('XWiki.Editors'))
 Editor Group
 * [Editor's pageAmrita IIS.Editor]
 #end  

 But I got a really weird error -

 Error number 4001 in 4: Error while parsing velocity page
 Panels.QuickLinks
 Wrapped Exception: Encountered #endrn at line 26, column 1 of
 Panels.QuickLinks
 Was expecting one of:
 EOF 
 ( …
 RPAREN …
 ESCAPE_DIRECTIVE …
 SET_DIRECTIVE …
 ## …
 \#34; …
 
  …
 TEXT …
 # …
 # …
 STRING_LITERAL …
 IF_DIRECTIVE …
 STOP_DIRECTIVE …
 INTEGER_LITERAL …
 FLOATING_POINT_LITERAL …
 WORD …
 BRACKETED_WORD …
 IDENTIFIER …
 DOT …
 { …
 } ...

 I checked everything but it simply would not work...


 - Harikrishnan
 Hi Harikrishnan,

 I've tried your code here and it works without a glitch.

 The error you get is at line 26, so it is not possible for us to know if 
 one of the five code lines included in your message is the offending
 one.

 Please, could you post here your whole Panels.QuickLinks to see if it is 
 possible for us to reproduce the error?

 Best,

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 Hi Harikrishnan,
 
 the problem is in the last #end: there no #if related to it.
 Try to delete it and the panel should work fine.
 
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[xwiki-users] Displaying Panel items

2007-11-04 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hi.

  It is seen that Panel items can be hidden from users other than the Admins
using this statement - #if ($xwiki.hasAdminRights()), right ? 

  Is it possible to be able to display certain Panel items to certain user
groups ? If so, how ?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Adding a document in XWiki.org

2007-10-31 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Gosh ! I didn't realise that I could create such an uproar ! :-))

   To answer Q1. - I wanted to make XWiki a platform for integrating some
tools like XPlanner with a Project Mangement template which carries copious
amounts of data in its database and also as an area where employees can
interact with each other and share/edit data (making use of versioning).
This is on an experimental basis. 

   All I wanted to do is -

1. Insert/read data from the company's database (I'm just doing what I am
told to do, okay ?).

2. Allow employees to access their domains in the mail server/Bugzilla etc.
without the need to type in username  password repeatedly - just login to
XWiki and go to their spaces using links. Something like MS Outlook allows
you to access your all your mail accounts.

3. Enter documents under discussion which can be edited by multiple persons
(along with histories and RSS)

I hope this is clear enough... :-)  Xwiki is serving its purpose but I guess
just wanted to bend it a bit too much !


Harikrishnan




Ricardo Rodríguez wrote:
 
 Vincent Massol wrote:
 Since I was probably not clear let me try to rephrase what I meant:

 1) If what you to manipulate is data generated by xwiki (i.e. 
 everything in the XWiki database) then you should use the API provided 
 by xwiki and not manipulate this data directly.

 2) If what you want to manipulate is your own data (for example data 
 coming from other systems) then you have to use direct JDBC connection 
 for sure.

 This is why I asked for Harikrishan's use case as he seems to be in 
 use case 1 since he mentioned something about saving some text field 
 in the database. Typically, the standard way for doing this in XWiki 
 is to create an Object and let XWiki save that Object to the database.

 Hope it makes sense,
 -Vincent
 Definitely. It makes complete sense. I'm also a bit confused by
 Harikrishnan messages, that is the reason I've brought in our own case to
 see where, if anywhere, Harikrishnan graft to.
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] Parsing textbox data

2007-10-31 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

It's perfect ! Thank you, Vito.


Vitantonio Messa wrote:
 
 hi,
 
 I think this should work:
 #set($j = $request.formval)
 
 Vito
 
 
 
 V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 Hello again !
 
 I want to take a string entered into a textbox and place it into a
 MySQL
 db (which is not XWiki's RDB). For that I created a simple form shown
 below
 -
 
 form action = VelocityTest2 method = get 
  input type = text name = formval
  input type = submit value = submit
 /form
 
 This is the velocity page (named VelocityTest2) which is supposed to
 parse
 the string entered into the text box -
 
 #set($groovyObject = $xwiki.parseGroovyFromPage(Amrita
 IIS.GroovyTest4))
 #set($j = $Request.getParameterValues('formval'))
 $groovyObject.SQL_conn($j)
 
 
 A Groovy page (named GroovyTest4) takes that string and enters it into
 the
 MySQL db with the SQL_conn() function and I'm positive that my groovy
 code
 works.
 
 My problem is that the string is not being parsed from the textbox into
 the
 Velocity page. I am getting a null value instead. 
 
 Thanks,
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Re: [xwiki-users] Sample Groovy Code

2007-10-30 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

I'm refering to the groovy tutorial in
http://groovy.codehaus.org/Tutorial+6+-+Groovy+SQL

I had also tried this -

/ *Groovy code*#* /
import groovy.sql.Sql
class groovyClass {
String SQL_conn() {
def sql = Sql.newInstance(jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/mysql,
root,amma, com.mysql.jdbc.Driver)
sql.eachRow(select * from db) {return ${it.Db}}
  }
}
/ *# /

but when I call the function SQL_conn() through a velocity page I only get
'$groovyObject.SQL_conn()' itself as the output !!!

Can you please show me the API ?



vmassol wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 Don't call the database directly. XWiki offers API for doing this.
 
 What tutorial are you referring to?
 
 Thanks
 -Vincent
 
 On Oct 30, 2007, at 11:53 AM, V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 

 Hi all...

  I am learning how to read from the default xwiki database xwiki_db  
 using
 groovy. This is the code I got from the tutorial -

 -
 import groovy.sql.Sql
 sql =
 Sql.newInstance(jdbc:jtds:sqlserver://serverName/dbName- 
 CLASS;domain=domainName,
 username,
password, net.sourceforge.jtds.jdbc.Driver)
 sql.eachRow(select * from tableName, { println it.id +  --
 ${it.firstName} --} );
 

 This is the code which is edited by me -

 ---
 import groovy.sql.Sql
 sql =
 Sql.newInstance(jdbc:jtds:sqlserver://localhost/xwiki_db- 
 CLASS;domain=domainName,
 sa,
, net.sourceforge.jtds.jdbc.Driver)
 sql.eachRow(select * from XWIKIDOC, { println it.id +  -- $ 
 {it.firstName}
 --} );
 --

 Can anyone please rectify any errors here ? Especially the closure  
 in the
 third line as I don't know the fields present in XWIKIDOC table...

 Thanks,
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Re: [xwiki-users] Sample Groovy Code

2007-10-30 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hello Vincent,

I've found out QueryPluginApi from the docs. But even if this is the API
you meant, why is it not possible to use Groovy to access the database of my
choice to display my data ?

Harikrishnan


vmassol wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 Don't call the database directly. XWiki offers API for doing this.
 
 What tutorial are you referring to?
 
 Thanks
 -Vincent
 
 On Oct 30, 2007, at 11:53 AM, V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 

 Hi all...

  I am learning how to read from the default xwiki database xwiki_db  
 using
 groovy. This is the code I got from the tutorial -

 -
 import groovy.sql.Sql
 sql =
 Sql.newInstance(jdbc:jtds:sqlserver://serverName/dbName- 
 CLASS;domain=domainName,
 username,
password, net.sourceforge.jtds.jdbc.Driver)
 sql.eachRow(select * from tableName, { println it.id +  --
 ${it.firstName} --} );
 

 This is the code which is edited by me -

 ---
 import groovy.sql.Sql
 sql =
 Sql.newInstance(jdbc:jtds:sqlserver://localhost/xwiki_db- 
 CLASS;domain=domainName,
 sa,
, net.sourceforge.jtds.jdbc.Driver)
 sql.eachRow(select * from XWIKIDOC, { println it.id +  -- $ 
 {it.firstName}
 --} );
 --

 Can anyone please rectify any errors here ? Especially the closure  
 in the
 third line as I don't know the fields present in XWIKIDOC table...

 Thanks,
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[xwiki-users] Adding a document in XWiki.org

2007-10-30 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hello...

   I've been able to read and enter data into my personal MySQL database
(after a very long night, finally!) and I think this should be added into
the documentation for XWiki.org but first, I want to get data from a textbox
into the database... 

Because the first thing that newbies like me wanted to do was to
communicate with a personal database (especially through the use of forms),
I believe this is important. 

 How can I add a document in XWiki.org ? Do I have editing rights ?
  

Harikrishnan


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Re: [xwiki-users] Attachments comments

2007-10-29 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair


Vitantonio Messa wrote:
 
 the real problem I'm facing is how to link together comments and 
 attachments: because when loading one page I should be able to retrieve 
 the comment with the corresponding attachment.
 

you mean, like a pointer ? The attachment has a name (an identification), so
can't there be a link to that attachment ?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Attachments comments

2007-10-29 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

There can be sequence numbers to the attachments placed (like 1. ABC.jpg, 2.
XYZ.gif , ...) and when comments are added the user can point to that
attachment using [ sequence no ] i.e. for say, ABC.jpg, there it can be
pointed to using [1.] in the comment... or something like that.



Vitantonio Messa wrote:
 
 V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 
 Vitantonio Messa wrote:
 the real problem I'm facing is how to link together comments and 
 attachments: because when loading one page I should be able to retrieve 
 the comment with the corresponding attachment.

 
 you mean, like a pointer ? The attachment has a name (an identification),
 so
 can't there be a link to that attachment ?
 
 
 Exactly: the attachment as ad identification (its URL), still is not 
 possible (well, I don't know how) to associate that URL with a comment.
 
 The real problem is that I want normal users add comments with 
 attachments, in an easy way, without having to enter the URL of the 
 attachment...
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[xwiki-users] xwiki-enterprise-hsqldb-1.1.1

2007-10-29 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hi...

  does xwiki-enterprise-hsqldb-1.1.1 allow me to view the data which is
present in my current xwiki xwiki-enterprise-windows-1.1 ?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Exception while reading document XWiki.XWikiPreferences

2007-10-27 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hi.

   The same thing has happened to me too. I had run xwiki without changing
the conf.xml file first. When I changed the database after the very first
call I got the error you mentioned below. My guess is that when you run it
for the first time, it 'sticks' to the database it sees first and refuses to
let go... :) 

   I suggest you export a backup xar file (if you have any data) from your
running wiki, then install a new wiki with your database, see if it works
and then import the xar file. Keep the old installation, just in case, if
you want to tinker around with it. 

Harikrishnan



Hammonds,John,ST LOUIS,Engineering wrote:
 
 It sounds like you don't have the mysql database driver in your
 classpath.  This is a separate download from the web.
 
 
 
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf
 Of Campbell, Timothy D
 Sent: Friday, October 26, 2007 1:39 PM
 To: XWiki Users
 Subject: Exception while reading document XWiki.XWikiPreferences
 
 
  
 After installing both my servlet container and Mysql database, I am
 still not able to log into xwiki. I edited the necessary files and am
 positive that Tomcat 5.5 is configured correctly. I can get the apache
 page but when I click xwiki home I get the error listed below. One
 strange thing is when I comment the mysql database back, it allows me to
 view the xwiki but when I uncomment like the directions say, it does not
 work. What could be the problem?
 
 Thanks, 
 Tim
  
 javax.servlet.ServletException: Error number 3 in 0: Could not
 initialize main XWiki context
 Wrapped Exception: Error number 3202 in 3: Exception while reading
 document XWiki.XWikiPreferences
 Wrapped Exception: Could not create a DBCP pool
   
 org.apache.struts.action.RequestProcessor.processException(RequestProces
 sor.java:535)
   
 org.apache.struts.action.RequestProcessor.processActionPerform(RequestPr
 ocessor.java:433)
   
 org.apache.struts.action.RequestProcessor.process(RequestProcessor.java:
 236)
   
 org.apache.struts.action.ActionServlet.process(ActionServlet.java:1196)
   
 org.apache.struts.action.ActionServlet.doGet(ActionServlet.java:414)
   javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:690)
   javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:803)
   
 com.xpn.xwiki.web.SetCharacterEncodingFilter.doFilter(SetCharacterEncodi
 ngFilter.java:117)
 
 root cause 
 com.xpn.xwiki.XWikiException: Error number 3 in 0: Could not initialize
 main XWiki context
 Wrapped Exception: Error number 3202 in 3: Exception while reading
 document XWiki.XWikiPreferences
 Wrapped Exception: Could not create a DBCP pool
   com.xpn.xwiki.XWiki.getMainXWiki(XWiki.java:247)
   com.xpn.xwiki.XWiki.getXWiki(XWiki.java:397)
   com.xpn.xwiki.web.XWikiAction.execute(XWikiAction.java:94)
   
 org.apache.struts.action.RequestProcessor.processActionPerform(RequestPr
 ocessor.java:431)
   
 org.apache.struts.action.RequestProcessor.process(RequestProcessor.java:
 236)
   
 org.apache.struts.action.ActionServlet.process(ActionServlet.java:1196)
   
 org.apache.struts.action.ActionServlet.doGet(ActionServlet.java:414)
   javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:690)
   javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:803)
   
 com.xpn.xwiki.web.SetCharacterEncodingFilter.doFilter(SetCharacterEncodi
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Re: [xwiki-users] Shifting to a new computer

2007-10-25 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair



vmassol wrote:
 
 Re HSQLDB yes, you can also very simply copy the $XWIKINSTALLDIR/ 
 database/ directory to the new computer too but the import/export  
 will work between any databases and should be preferred. 
 

Sorry for 'turning a blind eye', Vincent, thank you for pointing it out. But
I do not understand - if you meant copying C:/xwiki/.../database, it did not
work. There was a problem with the script (which I replaced). I do not know
what $XWIKINSTALLDIR means otherwise (Is it velocity language ?). thank you
for being so patient with me.

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Re: [xwiki-users] Shifting to a new computer

2007-10-25 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

I had installed using this -
xwiki-enterprise-installer-windows-1.2-milestone-1.exe

Thank you anyway, Vincent, I've found the culprit. The files were indeed
tampered with inadvertently. :)


vmassol wrote:
 
 
 On Oct 25, 2007, at 11:41 AM, V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 
 vmassol wrote:

 Re HSQLDB yes, you can also very simply copy the $XWIKINSTALLDIR/
 database/ directory to the new computer too but the import/export
 will work between any databases and should be preferred.


 Sorry for 'turning a blind eye', Vincent, thank you for pointing it  
 out. But
 I do not understand - if you meant copying C:/xwiki/.../database,  
 it did not
 work. There was a problem with the script (which I replaced). I do  
 not know
 what $XWIKINSTALLDIR means otherwise (Is it velocity language ?).  
 thank you
 for being so patient with me.
 
 Copying database/ works fine. I've done it countless times. Of course  
 if you tampered with the files inside database/ then you're on your  
 own. Database data should never be modified directly.
 
 $XWIKINSTALLDIR is where you installed XE (that's if you've used the  
 standalone installation). Anyway if you found the database/ directory  
 then you know where the HSQLDB files are stored.
 
 Thanks
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Re: [xwiki-users] Shifting to a new computer

2007-10-24 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Can I view the data from the database which is bundled with XWiki ?


Vitantonio Messa wrote:
 
 So you're not using MySQL as database, but the one that is bundled with 
 XWiki.
 I think you can simply copy and paste the database folder from the old 
 pc to the new one. Can anyone confirm this?
 
 Vito
 
 
 
 V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 I've got a small doubt. Right now, the database configuration in the
 hibernate.cfg.xml is using the one shown below and not the MySQL (which
 is
 commented) -
 
 property
 name=connection.urljdbc:hsqldb:file:database/xwiki_db;shutdown=true/property
 property name=connection.usernamesa/property
 property name=connection.password/property
 property
 name=connection.driver_classorg.hsqldb.jdbcDriver/property
 property name=dialectorg.hibernate.dialect.HSQLDialect/property
 
 property
 name=connection.provider_classcom.xpn.xwiki.store.DBCPConnectionProvider/property
 property name=connection.pool_size2/property
 property name=statement_cache.size2/property 
 
 Does this mean that it is not using a database currently? I had tried to
 configure it to MySQL now but on restart it showed an error (refer to
 'Error
 on restart' by me). 
 
 Is it safe to configure a MySQL database in the new computer and import
 the
 xar file ?
 
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[xwiki-users] Error because of Preferences

2007-10-24 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hi.

 I was trying to get rid of the Print link through the .vm file and I got
the error below. I undid everything I changed but the error persists. 


HTTP ERROR: 500
Error number 3 in 0: Could not initialize main XWiki context
Wrapped Exception: Error number 3202 in 3: Exception while reading document
XWiki.XWikiPreferences
Wrapped Exception: Could not create a DBCP pool

I did not get any information from anywhere else. I'm at risk of losing all
the data which was entered by many people if it doesn't work again. Any
solutions, please ?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Error because of Preferences

2007-10-24 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

I have not changed anything in the hibernate.cfg.xml file. The username 'sa'
was present by default and I tried another backup file of the
hibernate.cfg.xml file but it did not work either...

This is the stack trace - 


Caused by: org.apache.commons.dbcp.SQLNestedException: Cannot create
PoolableCon
nectionFactory (User not found: SA)
at
org.apache.commons.dbcp.BasicDataSource.createDataSource(BasicDataSou
rce.java:855)
at
org.apache.commons.dbcp.BasicDataSource.getConnection(BasicDataSource
.java:540)
at
com.xpn.xwiki.store.DBCPConnectionProvider.configure(DBCPConnectionPr
ovider.java:181)
... 40 more
Caused by: java.sql.SQLException: User not found: SA
at org.hsqldb.jdbc.Util.sqlException(Unknown Source)
at org.hsqldb.jdbc.jdbcConnection.init(Unknown Source)
at org.hsqldb.jdbcDriver.getConnection(Unknown Source)
at org.hsqldb.jdbcDriver.connect(Unknown Source)
at
org.apache.commons.dbcp.DriverConnectionFactory.createConnection(Driv
erConnectionFactory.java:37)
at
org.apache.commons.dbcp.PoolableConnectionFactory.makeObject(Poolable
ConnectionFactory.java:290)
at
org.apache.commons.dbcp.BasicDataSource.validateConnectionFactory(Bas
icDataSource.java:877)
at
org.apache.commons.dbcp.BasicDataSource.createDataSource(BasicDataSou
rce.java:851)
... 42 more

16:07:09.484 INFO   [P1-19]
org.mortbay.util.Container.start(Container.java:74)
08 Started HttpContext[/,/]




Or please give me a method to retrieve all the data I have entered in the
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Re: [xwiki-users] Shifting to a new computer

2007-10-24 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

But there should be a place visible to the human eye where all the data is
stored :) ! I had a problem with the script which I replaced but the data is
missing... I want to try to copy-paste the default HSQL database (wherever
it is). If this works, then I can say that XWiki is the most friendly wiki I
have ever come across ! I could even create a document 'In case of errors'
or 'shifting your wiki' or 'creating an easy backup' !!! :)





Vitantonio Messa wrote:
 
 Sorry but I cannot really help on this.
 I've been using XWiki with MySQL from the beginning, so I really don't 
 know that much about HSQL-DB.
 
 Vito
 
 
 
 V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 Can I view the data from the database which is bundled with XWiki ?
 
 
 Vitantonio Messa wrote:
 So you're not using MySQL as database, but the one that is bundled with 
 XWiki.
 I think you can simply copy and paste the database folder from the old 
 pc to the new one. Can anyone confirm this?

 Vito



 V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 I've got a small doubt. Right now, the database configuration in the
 hibernate.cfg.xml is using the one shown below and not the MySQL (which
 is
 commented) -

 property
 name=connection.urljdbc:hsqldb:file:database/xwiki_db;shutdown=true/property
 property name=connection.usernamesa/property
 property name=connection.password/property
 property
 name=connection.driver_classorg.hsqldb.jdbcDriver/property
 property
 name=dialectorg.hibernate.dialect.HSQLDialect/property

 property
 name=connection.provider_classcom.xpn.xwiki.store.DBCPConnectionProvider/property
 property name=connection.pool_size2/property
 property name=statement_cache.size2/property 

 Does this mean that it is not using a database currently? I had tried
 to
 configure it to MySQL now but on restart it showed an error (refer to
 'Error
 on restart' by me). 

 Is it safe to configure a MySQL database in the new computer and import
 the
 xar file ?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Error because of Preferences

2007-10-24 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

No. Only I have the access. I even copy-pasted the original cfg file. But the
problem I found was with the database script which I replaced. The wiki is
working but the data is not available. Plus I need this solution for
shifting to a new computer (refer to 'Shifting to a new computer' in this
forum).

 

BOUSQUET Jeremie-2 wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 There are good chances that you did not lost any data, unless you erased
 your database, but you would have noticed ... ;-)
 
 I had the same problem after migration of wiki kernel version. When
 re-deployed the .war file in my tomcat container, I forgot to add again
 the mysql*.jar library in $TOMCAT_HOME/webapps/xwiki/WEB-INF/lib
 
 Or is there a possibility that your hibernate.cfg.xml file was updated
 by someone else, or by you a long ago, and tomcat was restarted only
 recently, so the problem appears only now ? Most of the time default
 mysql user for xwiki is named xwiki ...
 
 
 Jeremie
 
 
  
 
  
 
 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf
 Of V. Harikrishnan Nair
 Sent: mercredi 24 octobre 2007 12:48
 To: users@xwiki.org
 Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Error because of Preferences
 
 
 I have not changed anything in the hibernate.cfg.xml file. The username
 'sa'
 was present by default and I tried another backup file of the
 hibernate.cfg.xml file but it did not work either...
 
 This is the stack trace - 
 
 
 Caused by: org.apache.commons.dbcp.SQLNestedException: Cannot create
 PoolableCon
 nectionFactory (User not found: SA)
 at
 org.apache.commons.dbcp.BasicDataSource.createDataSource(BasicDataSou
 rce.java:855)
 at
 org.apache.commons.dbcp.BasicDataSource.getConnection(BasicDataSource
 .java:540)
 at
 com.xpn.xwiki.store.DBCPConnectionProvider.configure(DBCPConnectionPr
 ovider.java:181)
 ... 40 more
 Caused by: java.sql.SQLException: User not found: SA
 at org.hsqldb.jdbc.Util.sqlException(Unknown Source)
 at org.hsqldb.jdbc.jdbcConnection.init(Unknown Source)
 at org.hsqldb.jdbcDriver.getConnection(Unknown Source)
 at org.hsqldb.jdbcDriver.connect(Unknown Source)
 at
 org.apache.commons.dbcp.DriverConnectionFactory.createConnection(Driv
 erConnectionFactory.java:37)
 at
 org.apache.commons.dbcp.PoolableConnectionFactory.makeObject(Poolable
 ConnectionFactory.java:290)
 at
 org.apache.commons.dbcp.BasicDataSource.validateConnectionFactory(Bas
 icDataSource.java:877)
 at
 org.apache.commons.dbcp.BasicDataSource.createDataSource(BasicDataSou
 rce.java:851)
 ... 42 more
 
 16:07:09.484 INFO   [P1-19]
 org.mortbay.util.Container.start(Container.java:74)
08 Started HttpContext[/,/]
 
 
 
 
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[xwiki-users] Spreadsheet and buttons

2007-10-23 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hi...

Is there a way to create a spreadsheet or add buttons into a form
template ?

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[xwiki-users] Shifting to a new computer

2007-10-23 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hi.

 I am shifting my wiki into another computer. I wish to retain the same
state of the wiki as it is now - the same registered users, document pages,
preferences etc. Could I just copy-paste the wiki files ? :)

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Re: [xwiki-users] Shifting to a new computer

2007-10-23 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

I've got a small doubt. Right now, the database configuration in the
hibernate.cfg.xml is using the one shown below and not the MySQL (which is
commented) -

property
name=connection.urljdbc:hsqldb:file:database/xwiki_db;shutdown=true/property
property name=connection.usernamesa/property
property name=connection.password/property
property
name=connection.driver_classorg.hsqldb.jdbcDriver/property
property name=dialectorg.hibernate.dialect.HSQLDialect/property

property
name=connection.provider_classcom.xpn.xwiki.store.DBCPConnectionProvider/property
property name=connection.pool_size2/property
property name=statement_cache.size2/property 

Does this mean that it is not using a database currently? I had tried to
configure it to MySQL now but on restart it showed an error (refer to 'Error
on restart' by me). 

Is it safe to configure a MySQL database in the new computer and import the
xar file ?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Spreadsheet and buttons

2007-10-23 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Is it possible to parse certain pages (where each page is a form) into a
spreadsheet ? Is there a xar file for this or do I have to create another
Groovy code ?



Esbach, Brandon wrote:
 
 In xwiki the template is just an HTML document with extra velocity
 features.  So, for buttons you can simply do something like
 input type=button value=click me /
 
 If you want to create a spreadsheet from your page it's a bit more
 fiddly - you'll most likely need to use a Java plugin like HSSF, and
 create a simple Groovy include page to do the create/update/etc to the
 spreadsheet.
 
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 Subject: [xwiki-users] Spreadsheet and buttons
 
 
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 Is there a way to create a spreadsheet or add buttons into a form
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[xwiki-users] Panel Wizard

2007-10-22 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hi all.
 
  My Panel wizard is not working properly. I tried to drag and drop my panel
items and it could not be done. The item which when I click upon, does not
move with the mouse pointer. It goes elsewhere. 
  
 Nobody has answered to my problem yet... How is XWiki going to be popular
unless novices have all their questions answered ? I will start contributing
as soon I gain some expertise but for that I want answers...
If it has been answered before, please say so but I haven't seen it anywhere
else.

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Re: [xwiki-users] FW: search results preview

2007-10-22 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

What do you mean by preview of the search results ? Do you not think that it
adds an overhead ?


Anurag Chitlangia wrote:
 
 
 
 
 
 Hi,
 I am wondering if xwiki can provide preview of search results.
 not just the links, but also where it appears on the page.
 
 
 
 
 also
 
 We can have counter on each page, but can we get total number of hits on
 our website.
 just for statistics purposes.
 
 
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Re: [xwiki-users] Panel Wizard

2007-10-22 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair


I'm sorry, I guess I really was a bit too impatient... It won't happen again
! 
thank you, Vincent.



vmassol wrote:
 
 
 On Oct 23, 2007, at 6:44 AM, V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 

 Hi all.

   My Panel wizard is not working properly. I tried to drag and drop  
 my panel
 items and it could not be done. The item which when I click upon,  
 does not
 move with the mouse pointer. It goes elsewhere.

  Nobody has answered to my problem yet... How is XWiki going to be  
 popular
 unless novices have all their questions answered ? I will start  
 contributing
 as soon I gain some expertise but for that I want answers...
 If it has been answered before, please say so but I haven't seen it  
 anywhere
 else.
 
 Please be patient. You're sending 4 questions per day :)
 
 People are probably busy on some other stuff. Give them time to  
 answer. If you don't have an answer in a week then you can ask again  
 politely and I'm sure you'll get your questions answered.
 
 Make sure you also try to solve your own questions by searching the  
 lists, looking at the source code, searching JIRA, etc.
 
 For example for this panel wizard issue, if you search jira you'll  
 find someone reported something similar a long time but noboyd has  
 been able to reproduce it.
 
 Also make sure you give all the details in your mails. Here you don't  
 say what version of XWiki you're using and with what database and  
 what database version, so there's no way we can really help.
 
 There's currently no issue opened on the Panel Wizard AFAIK.
 
 Thanks
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[xwiki-users] Personal RSS

2007-10-21 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hi.

I have just imported the XAR for personal page RSS feeds. When I subscribe
to a page, the link does not work- I need to just add the port number to the
url after 'localhost'. How do I do that ? 
Also what is the difference between following a page and subscribing to it ?

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[xwiki-users] Panel wizard

2007-10-21 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hi.

 The panel wizard is supposed to make the job of editing the panel easier
but it is very difficult to drag and drop the panel items where I want them.
The menu item does not travel with the pointer. It is very annoying. Is
there a solution to this ?

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Re: [xwiki-users] Page preferences

2007-10-16 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

It didn't work for me too. Is there any file that stores the names of the
velocity variables ?



vmassol wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 On Oct 16, 2007, at 8:11 AM, V. Harikrishnan Nair wrote:
 

 Hi all,

   I am able to change preferences of the entire wiki and a space.  
 Can I make
 preference changes to a specific page ? For example, if I do not  
 want the
 comments and attachments boxes to appear in some pages, the right/ 
 left menu
 to be present in some other pages, etc. ? How do I do that ?
 
 Preferences are at the level of the wiki or space.
 
 For disabling comments on a page basis, you can use:
 
 #set ($showcomments=0)
 
 For disabling attachments on a page basis you can use:
 
 #set ($showattachments=0)
 
 For the panels, you should be able to hide them using:
 
 #set ($hidecolumns=0)
 
 I have quickly tried these and they don't seem to work for some  
 reason. Someone need to check out why. You can look into your  
 templates files (*.vm). For example: commentsinline.vm and startpage.vm.
 
 Thanks
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[xwiki-users] Finch skin problem

2007-10-09 Thread V. Harikrishnan Nair

Hi all,

 I just changed my xwiki skin to Finch and I noticed my username
(superadmin) displayed on the top right corner as the line below - 

$xwiki.getDocument($context.user).display(first_name, view,
$xwiki.getDocument($context.user).getObject(XWiki.XWikiUsers, 0))'s
profile

Can this be resolved ?

And why can't I use pictures which are not of the specific size mentioned
(200x70) as my logo ?

thanks,
Harikrishnan
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