Difference: TWikiSiteTools (12 vs. 13)

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TWiki Site Tools

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 To check for the most recently edited topics while on-site, use the WebChanges link, usually located in the toolbar. It lists the most recently modified topics, newest first, along with the first couple of lines of the page content.

This is simply a preset SEARCH. The number of topics listed by the limit parameter.:

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WebIndex - list of topics

WebIndex lists all web topics in alphabetical order, with the first couple of lines of text. This is simply a preset SEARCH:

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    • The WebStatistics topic must be present in all webs where you want to have statistics. You can use the topic in the Main web as a template.
    • Call the twiki/bin/statistics script from a cron job, once a day is recommended. This will update the WebStatistics topics in all webs.
    • Attention: The script must run as the same user as the CGI scripts are running, which is user nobody on many systems. Example crontab entry:
      0 0 * * * (cd /path/to/twiki/bin; ./statistics >/dev/null 2>&1)
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    • There is a workaround in case you can't run the script as user nobody : Run the utility twiki/bin/geturl in your cron job and specify the URL of the twiki/bin/statistics script as a parameter. Example:
      0 0 * * * (cd /path/to/twiki/bin; ./geturl mydomain.com /urlpath/to/twiki/bin/statistics >/dev/null 2>&1)
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    • There is a workaround in case you can't run the script as user nobody : Run the utility twiki/tools/geturl.pl in your cron job and specify the URL of the twiki/bin/statistics script as a parameter. Example:
      0 0 * * * (cd /path/to/twiki/tools; ./geturl.pl mydomain.com /urlpath/to/twiki/bin/statistics >/dev/null 2>&1)
  When running from the command line or a cron job, you can pass parameters to the script like this:
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rename move when moving attachment: Attachment filename moved to Newweb.NewTopic
passwd resetpasswd LoginName, WikiName, E-mail address, success code from addUserPassword
passwd changepasswd LoginName, WikiName
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save save when replacing existing revision: repRev 3
when user checks the minor changes box: dontNotify
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save save when replacing existing revision: repRev 3
when user checks the minor changes box: dontNotify
when user changes attributes to an exising attachment: filename.ext
save cmd special admin parameter used when saving
 
search search search string
upload upload filename
view view when viewing non-existing topic: (not exist)
when viewing previous topic revision: r3
 
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