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From Juan Pablo Santos RodrĂ­guez <juanpablo.san...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Where are "Set" values stored?
Date Thu, 07 Jan 2016 13:45:47 GMT
Hi Foster,

that information is stored at WikiPage level, as an attribute; you can
reach it through org.apache.wiki.WikiPage#getAttribute( String ) method.
You can see an example of use on the SpamFilter, specifically on the
refreshBlacklists method (take a look first to the javadocs class to see
what it is looking for).


HTH,
juan pablo

On Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 2:43 AM, Foster Schucker <Foster@schucker.org> wrote:

> From the docs:
> You can use the "SET" directive to define a variable that exists only in
> the page.
>
> For example:
>
>   [{SET  foo='bar'}]
>
> creates a variable called "foo", which has the value of "bar". You can
> access this value anywhere on your page by using the shorthand "[{$foo}]".
>
> Where are these values stored?  I'm hoping in a session variable.
>
> ---
> Back story.  A while ago I built a plugin to let me put Judoscript into a
> page.  This gave me the ability to go get page data from other places (like
> make a call to get a stock price or weather data) .  So I was able to
> scrape data.   I'd like to be able to do a book lookup by ISBN number and
> get the results back that I can parse  (see this as an example
> http://www.isbnsearch.org/isbn/9781465043221)
>
> I'd like to be able to do a [{SET ISBN=9781465043221] and then use
> [{INSERTPAGE BookInfo}]  the BookInfo is the page that has the Judoscript
> on it, it would do the call, format the information.  But I need to have
> access to the variables that are SET.
>
> Thanks!
> Foster
>
> (Plan B would be to write a plugin that takes the ISBN number and then
> sets variables like Title, Author, Pages, etc and let the page deal with it
> that way. )
>
>
>

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