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From Rolf Schumacher <mailingl...@august.de>
Subject Re: page templates
Date Tue, 23 Feb 2010 21:37:14 GMT
Super, Dirk

thank you very much.

Rolf

Dirk Frederickx wrote:
> Mm, my story was not 100% correct:
>
> usecase1:
> 1) Go to your template page  (eg. DefaultInvoice)
> 2) Enter the name of your new page (eg. Invoice0001) in the quick navigation
> box
> 3) Click clone
>   
>>>> Edit will open of page Invoice0001 with the content of DefaultInvoice
>>>>         
> copied.
>
> Usecase2:
> 1) Go to your template page  (eg. DefaultInvoice)
> 2) Click clone
> 3) Dialog box appears with proposed new name: DefaultInvoice-New
> 4) Overwrite the new name:  Invoice0001
> 5) Click OK
>   
>>>> Edit will open of page Invoice0001 with the content of DefaultInvoice
>>>>         
> copied.
>
>
> dirk
>
>
> On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 7:18 PM, Rolf Schumacher <mailinglist@august.de>wrote:
>
>   
>> Thank you Dirk,
>>
>> I think I understand, what you mean.
>>
>> I can reproduce your way up to step 3).
>>
>> However - may be I'm too blind - 4) will not work.
>>
>> In 3) I got "http://localhost:8080/jw/Edit.jsp?page=Template&clone=Newpage
>> "
>>
>> where "Template" is the the name I entered in the "Quick Navigation",
>> while looking on "Newpage".
>>
>> What do you mean bei "overwrite"? In the browser URL field?
>>
>> Everything I tried ended up in showing me the Template and leaving the
>> Newpage unchanged.
>>
>> Rolf
>>
>>
>> Dirk Frederickx wrote:
>>     
>>> Rolf,
>>>
>>> Curently, this is not supported by JSWiki, but if shouldn't be to hard to
>>> build it yourself -- all pieces you need are available.
>>>
>>> What is supported is the 'clone' feature -- but often not used or not
>>>       
>> known.
>>     
>>> Here is how it works:
>>>
>>> 1) go to the Quick Navigation input box (left top)
>>> 2) enter the name of the 'template page'
>>> 3) click the clone button in the dropdown
>>> 4) overwrite the name of the page to be created
>>>
>>> You will get an editing section for the new page, with the contents of
>>>       
>> the
>>     
>>> 'template page' copied for you.
>>>
>>> Hope this helps,
>>> dirk
>>>
>>>
>>> Note:
>>> Look at the url in your browser.   When pressing the clone button, all it
>>> does is add an &clone=<template page> to the editing url.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 11:28 PM, Rolf Schumacher <rolf@august.de>
>>>       
>> wrote:
>>     
>>>       
>>>> Hi, JSPWiki Professionals, (now with the correct subject)
>>>>
>>>> I wonder if it would be possible to right click (or ctrl-click or so) on
>>>> an unsatisfied link (a page not yet generated), choosing from a set of
>>>> template pages. After that the page shall open for editing prefilled
>>>> with that template text, e.g.
>>>>
>>>> [{SET attendees=''}]
>>>> [{SET location=''}]
>>>> [{SET project=''}]
>>>> [{SET subject=''}]
>>>> [{SET dateTime=''}]
>>>> [{SET duration=''}]
>>>> [{SET recorder=''}]
>>>> %%tabbedSection
>>>> %%tab-Content
>>>> [{TableOfContents}]
>>>> !!![{$subject}]
>>>>
>>>> !!!Actions
>>>> ||Number||Headline              ||Performer     ||Due Date
>>>> |1      |                       |               |
>>>> |2      |                       |               |
>>>> |3      |                       |               |
>>>> |4      |                       |               |
>>>> |5      |                       |               |
>>>>
>>>> %%
>>>> %%tab-Info
>>>> * attendees = [{$attendees}]
>>>> * location = [{$location}]
>>>> * project = [{$project}]
>>>> * subject = [{$subject}]
>>>> * dateTime = [{$dateTime}]
>>>> * duration = [{$duration}]
>>>> %%tab-Categories
>>>> [{Category_Meeting}]
>>>>
>>>> %%
>>>> %%
>>>>
>>>> Hope you get what I mean.
>>>>
>>>> Does this make sense?
>>>> Is there a simple way?
>>>> Where to start in order to get it?
>>>>
>>>> Rolf
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>         
>>>       
>
>   

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