least the Oracle one and OpenJDK) so no need to do anything in that
* Nashorn is not part of the JRE but it's compatible with it so you
can take the nashorn.jar from the JDK or build your own JRE version
I am a new user and I have a question regarding changing the default method
of numbering used for numbered lists. I am attempting to use xwiki to store
our company policy, which as of now is kept in a series of individual
documents. The difficulty is that management is insistent that I
I have xwiki version 8.1. And when I rename page (not the page title) all
pages that refers to this page, will contain renamed link which is OK, but
what is wrong is that the page will become modified by the XWikiGuest user
and in the history there's comment with "Renamed back-links."
Hello everyone , actually I wanted to know , what all are the programming
languages that would be beneficial for GSoC . I will be taking part in GSoC
next year and I have pretty good hands in java . So I just wanted your
advice regarding that as I am new to this group
On Thu, Aug 4, 2016 at 8:11
I updated the issue title. It was about any type of page, not just terminal.
On Fri, Aug 5, 2016 at 12:57 PM, Miroslav Galajda <
> The issue is about renaming terminal pages. I have non-terminal pages. Does
> this fixes also my scenario?
> On 5 August 2016 at
Looks like http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-13401.
On Fri, Aug 5, 2016 at 11:51 AM, Miroslav Galajda
> I have xwiki version 8.1. And when I rename page (not the page title) all
> pages that refers to this page, will contain renamed link which is OK, but
XWiki's back-end is written in Java (in this area is good to be familiar
with the Servlet API and Hibernate) while the front-end is written in
(Bootstrap). You can check the list of project ideas that have been
proposed this year
The wiki will be used for low-volume updates and discussions on projects of
The owner name is aveq_consexec
Requested wiki name is aves
Conseiller à l’exécutif | Advisor to the Executive
Association pour la voix étudiante au Québec |
I have a use case where I am creating command documentation and am using a
template that looks roughly like this.
Page: Command Name One
h1. Command Name One
h2 Command Details
Page: Command Name Two
h1. Command Name Two
I am trying to control access to XWiki based on the incoming IP address.
Currently, I have the wiki set up to allow view access to everyone
including guests, and write access to logged in users. This works fine on
the local LAN, but I'd like to allow external users access to the wiki as
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