On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 10:52 AM, Gerritjan Koekkoek
<gerrit...@cdlsworld.org> wrote:
> From: users <users-boun...@xwiki.org> on behalf of Thomas Mortagne 
> <thomas.morta...@xwiki.com>
> Sent: 08 June 2015 10:46
> To: XWiki Users
> Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Get parts of a page...
>
> On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 10:28 AM, Gerritjan Koekkoek
> <gerrit...@cdlsworld.org> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> this indeed looks very useful...
>> We run XWiki version 6.4
>> ________________________________________
>> From: users <users-boun...@xwiki.org> on behalf of Thomas Mortagne 
>> <thomas.morta...@xwiki.com>
>> Sent: 08 June 2015 10:17
>> To: XWiki Users
>> Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Get parts of a page...
>>
>> In your macro you could get the document and then use something like
>> what is described in
>> http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/ReleaseNotes/ReleaseNotesXWiki61RC1#HAccesstoBlockMatchersfromvelocityscripts
>> to extract the GroupBlock you want (i.e. the one with a parameter
>> "class" equals to "lead" from what I understood).
>>
>> My script is:
>>     #foreach($topicDefenitionDoc in $topicDefenitionDocs)
>>       #set($topicDefenitionDocument=$xwiki.getDocument($topicDefenitionDoc))
>>       
>> #set($topicDefenitionObject=$topicDefenitionDocument.getObject($classDefenitionName))
>>       == 
>> $topicDefenitionDocument.display('topicTitle','view',$topicDefenitionObject) 
>> ==
>>       $topicDefenitionDocument.getXDOM().getBlocks("class:lead", 
>> "DESCENDANT")
> I understand above line should be changed in:
> #foreach($headerBlock in 
> $topicDefenitionDocument.getXDOM().getBlocks("class:HeaderBlock", 
> "DESCENDANT"))
>   But how do is then inspect if the block has the 'class="lead" ?

Note that HeaderBlock is for headers and what you have in your example
in your first mail is a GroupBlock.

Now for the parameters I talked about see
http://nexus.xwiki.org/nexus/service/local/repositories/releases/archive/org/xwiki/rendering/xwiki-rendering-api/6.4.4/xwiki-rendering-api-6.4.4-javadoc.jar/!/org/xwiki/rendering/block/Block.html#getParameter%28java.lang.String%29

When you have the block you can as for the value of "class" parameter
using $headerBlock.getParameter('class')

>   ...
> #end
>>     #end
>>
>> But the output I get is:
>> == Behavior ==
>> $topicDefenitionDocument.getXDOM().getBlocks("class:lead", "DESCENDANT")
>> == Early Intervention / Education ==
>> $topicDefenitionDocument.getXDOM().getBlocks("class:lead", "DESCENDANT")
>>
>> ...
>> What am I missing?
>
> the "class" in $topicDefenitionDocument.getXDOM().getBlocks("class:lead",
> "DESCENDANT") has nothing to do with css. This is the Java class of
> the block you want to find so you are supposed to put GroupBlock there
> as I suggested and then select the one in the list having the
> parameter "class" equals to "lead".
>
>> I also tried:
>> $topicDefenitionDocument..getDocument().getXDOM().getBlocks("class:lead", 
>> "DESCENDANT")
>> Same result, as if methods/functions are not available?
>>
>> On Mon, Jun 8, 2015 at 9:31 AM, Gerritjan Koekkoek
>> <gerrit...@cdlsworld.org> wrote:
>>> I know wiki has a nice macro to select a part of a page based on headers.
>>>
>>> But headers can be changed and when you translate the page the page holding 
>>> the macro wil have a ugly error.
>>>
>>>
>>> {{include reference="DocumentToInclude" section="HMySection"}}
>>>
>>>
>>> How could I do it based on the following wiki syntax:
>>>
>>>
>>> (%class="lead")(((
>>>
>>> Text to be included
>>>
>>> )))
>>>
>>> Text to be excluded
>>>
>>>
>>> 'Text to be included' and 'text to be excluded' can have any wiki-markup
>>>
>>>
>>> I would like to create a macro that would look like
>>>
>>> {{myGetSectionMacro reference="DocumentToInclude" onlyLeadText="true"}}
>>>
>>>
>>> I could get the whole page by
>>>
>>> {{myGetSectionMacro reference="DocumentToInclude" onlyLeadText="false"}}
>>>
>>>
>>> I could get only 'Text to be excluded' by
>>>
>>> {{myGetSectionMacro reference="DocumentToInclude" onlyLeadText="false" 
>>> onlyRestText="true"}}
>>>
>>> Any suggestion is welcome
>>> Note that the used Class is a bootstrap class that will add markup to the 
>>> section that will show it as a INTRO text...
>>>
>>>
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