How to show "wiki"-Link from other projects

Added by Reiner Lichtenberger almost 2 years ago

Hi,
on "Home-Page" Text no Wiki-Links from other projects can be displayed.
is this fix or can this be changed?
thx
RL

Replies (4)

RE: How to show "wiki"-Link from other projects - Added by Bernhard Rohloff almost 2 years ago

It may depend on the permissions of the project.
If the project is publicly visible you can link to these pages with the following syntax:

[[ecookbook:CookBook_documentation]]

In this example ecookbook is the project id and CookBook_documentation is the wiki page.
Alternatively it is also possible to include complete pages with the include macro.

{{include(ecookbook:CookBook_documentation)}}

RE: How to show "wiki"-Link from other projects - Added by Reiner Lichtenberger almost 2 years ago

thx!
"include complete pages with the include macro?"
-> what are complete pages in that sense?
can you give an example?
thx

RE: How to show "wiki"-Link from other projects - Added by Bernhard Rohloff almost 2 years ago

Reiner Lichtenberger wrote:

thx!
"include complete pages with the include macro?"
-> what are complete pages in that sense?

With macros you an include special functionalities inside of a wiki formatted text.
The include macro takes the content of a specified wiki page and includes this content in the current page as it would have been written there.

can you give an example?

It works like i mentioned above. Paste the macro with the name of the wiki page you wish to include into your open editor.

The content of the wiki page CookBook_documentation in the ECookbook project is shown on the welcome page. As long as its public, of course.

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