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From "Sergey Beryozkin" <>
Subject Re: TOC wiki URLs fail when accessed from main CXF site
Date Mon, 09 Feb 2009 11:21:37 GMT
Hi Andy

I like table of contents too , so I guess if Confluence can support large pages then we can
indeed avoid creating additional custom 
entry pages. I've seen your original update with the TOC and it looked good so if that can
be made to work then it would be cool. 
That said, over time, we migth also want to combine both approaches, custom entry pages plus
TOCs per every page....

Cheers, Sergey

> Hi Sergey,
> In opposite to approach you've mentioned, when working with confluence I
> heavily rely on {toc} and other automation macros: once you have your titles
> as headers (h1, h2...) its for free to get them dynamically computed and
> listed using this simple magic spell -- manual TOC creation gets stalled too
> fast. Same you can do using {children} macro for listing sub-pages.
> I am not sure how wiki engine is integrated with main page but it seems that
> URLs encoding is not done consistently that's why anchors are broken.
> Personally I would prefer to make this working instead invest much more into
> wiki pages rework :)
> cheers,
> andy.
> Sergey Beryozkin-2 wrote:
>> Hi Andy
>> I've never used a {toc} macro so I can't comment. But it looks like, if we
>> look at say
>> that a pattern which has been followed so far is to introduce an entry
>> page which repersents the content and then
>> each link links to a seperate page....So I was thinking of doing something
>> like that with the main page having similar links like :
>> Overview
>> Configuration
>> Building with Maven
>> etc
>> By the way, thanks for updating the docs with the info about
>> UriBuilder/UriInfo. Moreover, the UriBuilder implementation which you
>> did is of great help for me at the moment, with the client api prototyping
>> work, it was done just in time :-)
>> Cheers, Sergey
>>> Recently I've added some content to JAX-RS section. Since its missing
>>> table
>>> of content I added it using {toc} macro. I've checked this on wiki edit
>>> page
>>> and everything was fine, however access from main site failed. Example
>>> (reverted from wiki anyway):
>>> working url:
>>> (JSR-311)-Introduction
>>> becomes not working fragment/anchor:
>>> Is that known issue, so we have to avoid TOCs?
>>> cheers,
>>> andy.
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