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Subject Re: favorite links
Date Thu, 15 Jan 2009 17:23:40 GMT
You can write a custom plugin to do that (or change the existing plugin). 
I think the code is something like this:

String storedUser = context.getWikiSession().getUserPrincipal().getName();

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01/15/2009 12:06 PM
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favorite links

We use JSPWiki internally to track multiple projects (all in the same 
Is there some easy way, plugin, or whatever, to implement a 'my favorite
links' type of feature?

For example, we currently have 22 projects on the projects list page. I 
ReferringPagesPlugin to generate this list. But I only actively contribute
to 3 of those projects. It would be really cool if I could have a list of
these 3 projects automatically generated and included on the left margin.

I can almost accomplish this with ReferringPagesPlugin; maybe someone can
fill in the detail I'm missing?

The following displays all Project pages with links to me in them (this
approach uses the link between Project page and my profile page to 
I am active in that project):

[{ReferringPagesPlugin include='*Project' before='*' after='\n\n'

The problem is my name must be hard-coded. Can I dynamically drop in the
current user's name?


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