Hi Thomas,

Thanks for your comments

* doc is the current document
* context.doc is the wiki macro document

That is indeed the case for velocity. However if I am using groovy I
get different results.

I have the following XWiki Macro groovy-test in Page GroovyTest

print( doc.getAttachmentURL("test.dat") );

if I put
{{groovy-test /}}
in the body of the page I get the following output


no surprise. However, If i put the same page body int the page
GroovyTestExternal the output is


thus the difference is with the macro language. What should I use in
order to get the expected output (GroovyTestExternal) in groovy?

Thanks so much,

On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 12:14 PM, Alaina <xw...@ursus.otherinbox.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Thanks so much for your quick answer on my previous question.
> I am trying to write a bibliography/cite macro (I am happy to share
> once it dies something useful). I am writing the macro in a wiki page
> and I am using groovy as scripting language.
> I would like to have access to the URL of an attachment of the page
> the macro is used on. I am doing so by using
> doc.getAttachmentURL( <name> );
> however, the URL uses the page the Macro is saved in, not the page the
> macro is used on. I think I managed this before using velocity.
> So my question: what would be the right way of accessing the Document
> of the page the macro is placed on?
> Thanks for your help,
> --Alaina
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