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From Jim Hurley <jim.hur...@mac.com>
Subject Re: new CWiki (Was: Re: Branching strategy (Was: svn commit: r601098 - /incubator/river/trunk/jtsk/doc/release-notes/index.html))
Date Sun, 13 Jan 2008 00:39:17 GMT
Hi Mark-

Thanks for pitching in to help.  Can you summarize again what you did  
to fix it?
I didn't follow you completely.

Marc Prud'hommeaux helped me initially with the instructions.  He said:

      >Finally, when you have made changes to your template, you will  
need to re-auto-export them by going to:
      >   http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/admin/autoexport/configuration.action
      >then selecting "Apache River" from the "Rebuild exported  
spaces" box, and clicking "Export Space(s)".
      >The newly templated export pages should then be visible at:
      > http://cwiki.apache.org/RIVER/

I've re-run the autoexport, and things look good.   Again, I'd like to  
understand what
got fixed, as (you can imagine) it has been hours of pain for me in  
looking at it.

I'll double check it tomorrow and then follow the steps to make that  
the official River project



On Jan 12, 2008, at 1:59 PM, Mark Brouwer wrote:

> Jim Hurley wrote:
>> On Jan 7, 2008, at 2:55 PM, Mark Brouwer wrote:
>>> Jim Hurley wrote:
>>>> The http://cwiki.apache.org/CWIKI page explains some about the  
>>>> autoexport
>>>> that takes place (to generate HTML).  There is an autoexport  
>>>> template that
>>>> I copied over from openjpa:
>>>> <http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/admin/autoexport/template-edit.action?space=RIVER

>>>> > You certainly have to be logged in to Confluence to be able to  
>>>> see that,
>>>> but you may also need to be the space admin (I'm not sure), so  
>>>> you may
>>>> not be able to access that.
>>>> There are also css style sheets, etc that I 'borrowed' from  
>>>> openjpa.  You can see
>>>> that stuff at http://people.apache.org/~jhurley
>>> Jim,
>>> I noticed the problem with the doubled navigation bar is still  
>>> there and
>>> I wanted to see whether I could find the problem, but as you already
>>> suspected you need admin rights for that.
>>> Could you post that template here so I could have a look.
> I've spent lots of hours sorting out what doubles the navigation  
> part of
> the site and I located the cause.
> First I have no good understanding what exactly triggers the new
> generation of the static HTML based on the Confluence site, probably
> something that is ran at a regular interval, however updates in
> confluence in the main content are almost instantly visible through  
> the
> staging site at http://cwiki.apache.org/RIVER/, however  
> modifications to
> whatever is related to the navigation isn't.
> Something I observed wasthat a fix in the search form (related to the
> non existing river.apache.org domain) only appeared in the bottom half
> of the double navigation which might indicate that there is a ghost
> image of the SideNav page in the Apache River Space. As an  
> experiment I
> decided to remove the SideNav page and recreated it and guess what,  
> some
> pages have the navigation tripled.
> I couldn't find anything strange in the autoexport macro, the other
> documents related to the autoexport didn't give me a clue of where to
> search for the staging are to see what I could detect over there. It
> looked like it was at people.apache.org in /www/confluence-exports/ 
> but these seem to be outdated. But as it turned out I got admin
> privileges for the River Space and found the facility to purge deleted
> pages and that solved the problem, see
> http://cwiki.apache.org/RIVER/downloads.html
> I don't know whether a Confluence admin can do more, but I don't know
> how to recreate the whole site without modifying each page.
> -- 
> Mark

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