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Include Macro

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concept of references. |##type##|yes|document|document|The type of the entity. This parameter is also

Footnote Macros

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comment : I second Joris Dirks' comment about multiple references on a page to one single footnote. A method for doing that in Tex is described here: http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/35043/reference-different-places-to-the-same-footnote. I hope a similar concept of (optionally) labelling and then

Model Bridge API

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is an Event that predates the wiki provisioning concept and it's not sent when provisioning

Confluence XML

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|Confluence exports can contain archived documents. XWiki doesn't have a concept of archived document. This
concept of archived space. This parameter lets you optionally import archived spaces  as regular XWiki

Video Macro

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://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Model%20Module]] module to understand the concept of references

Hierarchy Macro

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by the standard parent / child relation in XWiki. In addition, this macro introduces the concept of

Application Manager API

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used yet) : same concept as include overload at copy but here with a real link. It means when editing

XWiki GraphQL API

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description : {{warning}}This is currently a proof of concept and not yet ready for production.{{/warning}} Inspiration: https://github.com/phillip-kruger/graphql-example It follows the [[Eclipse MicroProfile GraphQL API Specifications>>https://github.com/eclipse/microprofile-graphql/]] using the
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