Ok, should have seen this. :blush:

But still, why do you call it embedded documents. Don't now but it looks to
me that this is used to include more complex syntax in tables (and it's
great that thats possible!).

In XWiki the term document is somtimes used for documents like word
documents or xar or anything you import or export to. Sometimes for wiki
pages which are sometimes also only pages and now for pieces of documents
that are included in documents or pages or ....

I find that sometimes confusing =^D


tmortagne wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 14:03, hel-o<h...@hel.at> wrote:
> When i look at
> http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/XWikiSyntax#HEmbeddeddocuments
> i see an explanation of what is embedded document and an example of a
> document content containing a header and a list inserted in a table
> cell thanks to embedded document ((( ))) syntax. Is it the page you
> looked when you say "Syntax Help" ?
> -- 
> Thomas Mortagne
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