I've monitored the wiki for the last 3 days, and the problem is
recurring about once every 24 hours. Each time I have run a cache
flush to no effect. The only solution I have is to re-enter the
missing data each time, which doesn't seem like a sustainable option.
If anyone could shed light on
You can access your new wiki on http://xwc.myxwiki.org.
On Sat, Sep 15, 2012 at 4:34 AM, Sean Chadwell smchadw...@gmail.com wrote:
I'm interested in building a new wiki at myxwiki.org. We'd like to use this
wiki as a way of documenting and sharing (and updating) information about
I'm using this method
dFeel#HOverridetheCSSrules to modifiy the pdf-export using the request
parameter '?pdftemplate=PDFClassTemplate' to leave the standard export
But now the fo transformation code, which
What happens on Preview? Do you see the modified content or the
original one? What happens on Save Continue? You can check with
Firebug (or any other similar tool) if the modified content is
submitted (check the POST parameters) and if the AJAX request is send
to the right place (check
I had the same problem until set Prevent unregistered users from
editing pages, regardless of the page or space rights on.
Try this one. It helped me. :-)
Mon, 17 Sep 2012 02:05:16 -0400 от Ashtar Communications
I'm trying tom igrate an xwiki installation at version 2.4 to the latest
debian package (4.1.4).
This is on Tomcat 7 and Mysql 5.5 with Oracle Java 6 update 34.
I get the following error:
2012-09-17 18:03:32,895 [https://par-wiki-1.clear2pay.com/xwiki/bin/view/Main/]
From what I know there is two migration modes and by default the
quicker and a bit less safe one is supposed to be enabled. You could
try to enable the safest one to see if it fixes your issue.
I tried the parameter after restoring the DB from backup.
It went further but I still got an error:
h.R4XWIKI6990DataMigration - [R4XWIKI6990] - 19 schema updates