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5 The general format of XWiki URLs is {{code language="none"}}<protocol>://<server>/<context path>/<type>/<path>{{/code}}, where:
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7 * ##<protocol>##: by default it's ##http##. It's possible to use ##https##. It's generally deduced from the URL used by the client but it's possible to control it using [[the wiki descriptor>>https://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Wiki+Application#HConfigureWiki]]
8 * ##<server>##: the XWiki instance address and port, e.g. ##localhost:8080##, ##xwiki.org##. In domain-mode the server also contains the subwiki name. See [[Accessing a wiki>>platform:AdminGuide.AccessWiki]]. In path-based mode, the server is the address of the main wiki. Since 10.7 it's possible to customize the port to use in the [[the wiki descriptor>>https://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Wiki+Application#HConfigureWiki]].
9 * ##<context path>##: the name under which the XWiki web application is deployed in your Servlet Container, e.g. ##xwiki##. See [[Short URLs>>platform:Main.ShortURLs#HI.Applicationname]] if you wish to deploy XWiki as ROOT.
10 * ##<type>##: the type of URL depending on the XWiki subsystem accessed. The following types are supported:
11 ** ##bin##: points to a dynamic resource. Examples: an Entity to display (wiki, page, space, attachment, object, property, etc), a dynamic skin resource (image, css, js), a dynamic template resource (image, js, css, icon, etc) and more. By dynamic we mean that some computation needs to happen to compute the resource (for example some Velocity needs to be evaluated).
12 ** ##wiki##: this is similar to ##bin## but specifying the subwiki to access, in path-based mode (See [[Accessing a wiki>>platform:AdminGuide.AccessWiki]]).
13 ** ##rest##: points to a [[REST Resource>>platform:Features.XWikiRESTfulAPI]]
14 ** ##skins##: points to a static filesystem skin resource (image, js, css, etc), i.e. a resource located inside a skin directory on the filesystem.
15 ** ##resources##: points to a static template resource (image, js, css, etc) on the filesystem.
16 ** ##xmlrpc##: points to the now deprecated XMLRPC API (see [[extensions:Extension.XML-RPC Integration]] for more details).
17 ** ##webdav##: points to a WebDAV resource (see [[Web DAV>>platform:Features.WebDAV]] for more details).
18 * ##<path>##: the path completely depends on the ##<type>## used. See below for more details.
19
20 {{info}}
21 If you're interested in configuring the XWiki URLs, check the [[URL Architecture page>>Documentation.DevGuide.Architecture.URL Architecture.WebHome]].
22 {{/info}}
23
24 = Type: ##bin## =
25
26 {{info}}
27 XWiki 7.2: Added support for Nested Spaces
28 {{/info}}
29
30 There are various ##bin## URLs. The generic format of ##bin## URLs is ##bin/<action>/<path>##. The full list of ##<action>## is defined in the Strut Configuration file (located in ##WEB-INF/struts-config##).
31
32 Here are some well-known actions:
33
34 * [[##skin##>>platform:DevGuide.Standard URL Format#HAction:skin]]: Dynamic Skin resource, e.g. ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/skin/resources/uicomponents/search/searchSuggest.css##
35 * ##jsx##: [[Javascript Skin Extension>>platform:DevGuide.SkinExtensionsTutorial]] URL, e.g. ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/jsx/AnnotationCode/Settings?language=en##
36 * ##ssx##: [[StyleSheet Skin Extension>>platform:DevGuide.SkinExtensionsTutorial]] URL, e.g. ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/ssx/AnnotationCode/Style?language=en##
37 * ##webjars##: URL when [[accessing some resources located in a WebJar>>extensions:Extension.WebJars Integration]], e.g. ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/webjars/resources/path?value=requirejs%2F2.1.15%2Frequire.min.js##
38 * [[##download##>>platform:DevGuide.Standard URL Format#HAction:download]]: URL to access an attachment from a wiki page, e.g. ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/download/XWiki/JohnDoe/john.png?width=30&height=30&keepAspectRatio=true##
39 * [[##view##>>platform:DevGuide.Standard URL Format#HAction:view]]: Display Entity content (wiki, page, space, attachment, object, property, etc) with the skin applied, e.g. ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/view/Sandbox/WebHome##
40 * ##edit##: Edits wiki content (page, object, property, etc), e.g. ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/edit/Sandbox/WebHome##
41 * [[##get##>>platform:DevGuide.Standard URL Format#HAction:get]]: Accessing Entity content (wiki, page, space, attachment, object, property, etc) without any skin applied, e.g. ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/get/Main/WebHome?xpage=xpart&vm=commentsinline.vm##. The ##get## action should be used to render the content of the page and nothing else (mainly used for code pages). This action is similar to the ##view## action, but without the UI and with "text/plain" mime type set by default for the response.
42 * ##export##: Exports wiki pages to various formats (PDF, HTML, etc). See [[platform:Features.Exports]].
43 * [[##viewrev##>>platform:DevGuide.Standard URL Format#HAction:viewrev]]: This action is the same as the ##view## action but allowing to address a given revision of the document asked.
44 * [[##create##>>platform:DevGuide.Standard URL Format#HAction:create]]: Provides the UI for creating new documents, e.g. ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/create/Space/NewDocument##
45 * [[##objectadd##>>platform:DevGuide.Standard URL Format#HAction:objectadd]]: Adds an XObject, e.g. ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/objectadd/Space/Page?classname=Some.XClass##
46
47 == Action: ##view## ==
48
49 The additional URL paths for the ##view## action is ##<space1>/.../<spaceN>/<page>?<query string>## or ##<space1>/.../<spaceN>?<query string>##
50
51 Examples:
52
53 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/view/Sandbox/WebHome##: Views the ##Sandbox.WebHome## page.
54 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/view/Sandbox##: Views the ##Sandbox.WebHome## page.
55 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/view/Space1/Space2##: Views the ##Space1.Space2.WebHome## page (if the ##Space2## page doesn't exist. If it exists then it views the ##Space1.Space2## page).
56 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/view/Space1/Space2/##: Force to always views the ##Space1.Space2.WebHome## page (even if the ##Space2## page exists in the ##Space1## space. Note the ##/## at the end).
57 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/view/Space1/Space2?spaceRedirect=false##: Force to always view the ##Space1.Space2## terminal page (even if the ##Space1.Space2.WebHome## page exists and even if the ##Space1.Space2## page may not exist).
58
59 Here are some of the supported query string parameters.
60
61 === Parameter: ##xpage## ===
62
63 * ##plain##: this value indicates that only the content of the page is printed (no UI). With a document that's not using the XWiki Syntax 1.0 you can control the output syntax using ##outputSyntax## and ##outputSyntaxVersion##. You can also pass other parameters to allow fine-grained control:
64 ** ##raw=1##: Returns the page source as is without any formatting but XML-escaped
65 ** ##raw=2##: Returns the page source as is without any formatting (without any escaping)
66 ** ##htmlHeaderAndFooter=true##: {{info}}Since 6.3RC1{{/info}} Display the HTML headers (##<html>##,##<head>##,##<body>##, etc...) and footers (##</body>##, ##</html>##, etc...).
67 ** ##outputTitle##: {{info}}Since 7.3M2{{/info}} If ##true## then also display the title in addition to the content. Defaults to ##false## if not specified.
68 * ##xml##: print the exported form of a document. This is what you can find in the xar for each document.
69 * ##rev##: when specified, redirects to the ##viewrev## action (see below)
70 * ##children##: {{info}}Since 7.2M3{{/info}} display a page that lists all the children of the document. You can also add the following parameters:
71 ** ##hierarchy=parentchild##: do the same but display the children according to the (old) parent/child mechanism
72 ** ##displayHidden=true##: display the hidden documents (no matter what the user's configuration is)
73 * ##backlinks##: {{info}}Since 7.2M3{{/info}} display a page that lists all the documents having a link to the current document. You can also add the following parameters:
74 ** ##displayHidden=true##: display the hidden documents (no matter what the user's configuration is)
75 * ##siblings##: {{info}}Since 7.2RC1{{/info}} display a page that lists all the children of the parent of the document. You can also add the following parameter:
76 ** ##displayHidden=true##: display the hidden documents (no matter what the user's configuration is)
77 * ##hierarchy_reference##: {{info}}Since 7.3M2{{/info}} display the hierarchy of the page, as raw HTML, without any style. You can also add the following parameters:
78 ** ##id=someId##: add an HTML id to the hierarchy breadcrumb.
79 ** ##displayTitle=true|false##: display the title of the elements in the breadcrumb (default: true)
80 ** ##excludeSelf=true|false##: display the hierarchy without the page itself (default: false)
81 ** ##limit=##: maximum number of hierarchy elements displayed (default: none)
82 ** ##local=true|false##: do not display the main wiki reference for documents located in sub-wikis. (default: false)
83
84 === Parameter: ##outputSyntax## and ##outputSyntaxVersion## ===
85
86 With a document that's not using the XWiki 1.0 syntax it's possible to explicitly indicate the renderer to use for the page content. For example with ##outputSyntax=plain## you will get the result in plain text. ##outputSyntaxVersion## is an optional parameter, if it's not provided XWiki will search for the last version of the renderer for the given ##outputSyntax## syntax name. Note that ##outputSyntax## controls only the document content output syntax. If you only want the document content you can use ##xpage=plain##.
87
88 See [[extensions:Extension.Rendering Module]] for more details on renderers.
89
90 === Parameter: ##viewer## ===
91
92 Note: if the document does not exist, you will have a 404 error page, and the following parameters will not be taken into account. Use ##xpage## if you need to have the desired behavior even if the document does not exist.
93
94 * ##attachments##: Display the attachment list (e.g. ##http:~/~/playground.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Sandbox/?viewer=attachments##)
95 * ##history##: Display the version history (e.g. ##http:~/~/playground.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Sandbox/?viewer=history##)
96 * ##comments##: Display the comments (e.g. ##http:~/~/playground.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Sandbox/?viewer=comments##)
97 * ##information##: Display the page information (e.g. ##http:~/~/playground.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Sandbox/?viewer=information##)
98 * ##children##: {{info}}Since 7.2RC1{{/info}} display a page that lists all the children of the document. You can also add the following parameters:
99 ** ##hierarchy=parentchild##: do the same but display the children according to the (old) parent/child mechanism
100 ** ##displayHidden=true##: display the hidden documents (no matter what the user's configuration is)
101 * ##backlinks##: {{info}}Since 7.2RC1{{/info}} display a page that lists all the documents having a link to the current document. You can also add the following parameter:
102 ** ##displayHidden=true##: display the hidden documents (no matter what the user's configuration is)
103 * ##siblings##: {{info}}Since 7.2RC1{{/info}} display a page that lists all the children of the parent of the document. You can also add the following parameter:
104 ** ##displayHidden=true##: display the hidden documents (no matter what the user's configuration is)
105
106 === Parameter: ##spaceRedirect## ===
107
108 Accepted values:
109
110 * ##true## (default): By default, an URL not ending in ##/## resolves to a non-terminal page, unless the equivalent terminal page already exists.
111 * ##false##: An URL not ending in ##/## will always resolve to a terminal page.
112
113 Not applicable (i.e. no effect) for top-level pages and URLs ending in ##/##.
114
115 Examples:
116
117 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/view/Space1/Space2[?spaceRedirect=true]##: Views the ##Space1.Space2.WebHome## page (if the ##Space2## page doesn't exist. If it exists then it views the ##Space1.Space2## page).
118 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/view/Space1/Space2?spaceRedirect=false##: Force to always view the ##Space1.Space2## terminal page (even if the ##Space1.Space2.WebHome## page exists and even if the ##Space1.Space2## page may not exist).
119 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/view/Space1[?spaceRedirect=false|?spaceRedirect=true|/]##: Will always view the ##Space1.WebHome## non-terminal page because it is a top level page and we can never have a top-level terminal page.
120
121 === Parameter: ##restricted## ===
122
123 {{info}}Since 11.5RC1{{/info}}
124
125 Accepted values:
126
127 * ##false## (default): the macro transformations are normally executed
128 * ##true##: macro transformations are executed in degraded mode or not executed at all, depending on the macro implementation.
129
130 In particular, various scripting macro such as [[Velocity Macro>>extensions:Extension.Velocity Macro]] or [[Groovy Macro>>extensions:Extension.Groovy Macro]] are not executed in restricted mode.
131 This parameter might be then use to check if a page is well displayed for user who cannot execute those scripts for example.
132
133 == Action: ##viewrev## ==
134
135 === Parameter: ##rev## ===
136
137 The version to get, e.g. ##2.3## in ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/viewrev/MySpace/MyPage?rev=2.3##
138
139 == Action: ##save## ==
140
141 The additional URL paths for the ##save## action is ##<space>/<page>?<query string>##.
142
143 Examples:
144
145 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/save/Sandbox/WebHome##: Save the ##Sandbox.WebHome## page.
146
147 Here are some of the supported query string parameters.
148
149 === Parameter: ##creator## ===
150
151 Change the creator of the current page. Should be a string as a Document Reference like ##JohnDoe##, ##XWiki.JohnDoe## or ##xwiki:XWiki.JohnDoe## which is a page containing an ##XWiki.Users## object.
152
153 === Parameter: ##language## ===
154
155 Will target a specific language. You must use a specific 2-letters code (see [[I18N>>platform:Features.I18N]]).
156
157 === Parameter: ##objectPolicy## ===
158
159 {{info}}Since 7.1M1{{/info}} The ##objectPolicy## parameter is a request configuration parameter that will decide how to handle custom query string parameters (see [[Custom Parameters>>platform:DevGuide.Standard URL Format#HCustomParameters]]):
160
161 * ##update##
162 ** Each custom parameter will update a property in an existing object of the current page.
163 ** If the custom parameter refers to a property or an object that don't exist, it will simply ignore it.
164 * ##updateOrCreate##
165 ** Each custom parameter will update a property in an existing object of the current page.
166 ** If the custom parameter refers to a property that doesn't exist, it will ignore it.
167 ** If the custom parameter refers to an object that doesn't exist, it will create it (and pad will ##null## objects if needed).(((
168 //Example//: If there is already 2 objects ##XWiki.XWikiRights## in the page, ##XWiki.XWikiRights_0_levels## and ##XWiki.XWikiRights_1_levels## will update these existing objects. ##XWiki.XWikiRights_2_levels## and ##XWiki.XWikiRights_3_levels## will create 2 new objects. ##XWiki.XWikiRights_42_levels## will be created and 37 empty objects too (42 minus the 4 already existing and minus the 42th which will be created).
169 //Note//: All this information about empty/null objects is currently an implementation detail of how we currently handle object numbers and it may be subject to future change so, as much as possible, do not rely on it and, instead, use the public available APIs to handle these things.
170 )))
171
172 === Parameter: ##addedObjects## ===
173
174 {{info}}Since XWiki 12.4RC1{{/info}} The ##addedObjects## parameter allows to create new xobjects in a document without having to specify the value of its properties contrary to ##updateOrCreate## ##objectPolicy##. It can be useful in particular to create xobjects that don't have any property values (special xclass AppWithinMinutes.Content for example). The value of this parameter is an array of xobjects name on the form ##xclass_xobjectNumber##: for example, ##XWiki.XWikiRights_2##.
175
176 === Parameter: ##deletedObjects## ===
177
178 {{info}}Since XWiki 12.4RC1{{/info}} The ##deletedObjects## parameter allows to delete xobjects in a document while saving. The value of this parameter is an array of xobjects name on the form ##xclass_xobjectNumber##: for example, ##XWiki.XWikiRights_2##.
179
180 === Parameter: ##parent## ===
181
182 Allows you to set the parent of the page. Should be a string as a Document Reference like ##WebHome##, ##Main.WebHome## or ##xwiki:Main.WebHome##.
183
184 === Parameter: ##syntaxId## ===
185
186 Specify which syntax is used for the content of the current page (see [[Supported syntaxes>>http://rendering.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/#HSupportedSyntaxes]]).
187
188 === Parameter: ##template## ===
189
190 Allows you to have a specific template to apply for the current page. Should be a string as a Document Reference like ##MyTemplate##, ##Main.MyTemplate## or ##xwiki:Main.MyTemplate##.
191
192 === Parameter: ##title## ===
193
194 Allows you to modify the title of the page.
195
196 === Custom Parameters ===
197
198 Custom parameters have the format ##<Space>.<ClassPage>_<number>_<propertyname>## (e.g. ##XWiki.XWikiUsers_0_password## or ##XWiki.WatchListClass_3_interval##):
199
200 * ##<Space>## must refer to an existing space of the wiki
201 * ##<ClassPage>## must refer to a class
202 * ##<number>## is a positive number
203 * ##<propertyname>## is a name of a property of the class ##<Space>.<ClassPage>##
204
205 == Action: ##inline## ==
206
207 The additional URL paths for the ##inline## action is ##<space>/<page>?<query string>##.
208
209 Examples:
210
211 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/inline/Sandbox/WebHome##: Edit in inline mode the ##Sandbox.WebHome## page.
212
213 For the supported query string parameters, you can refer to the [[##save## action>>platform:DevGuide.Standard URL Format#HAction:save]].
214
215 == Action: ##get## ==
216
217 === Parameter: ##htmlHeaderAndFooter## ===
218
219 {{info}}Since 6.3RC1{{/info}} If ##htmlHeaderAndFooter=true## is passed then display the HTML headers (##<html>##,##<head>##,##<body>##, etc...) and footers (##</body>##, ##</html>##, etc...).
220
221 == Action: ##download## ==
222
223 The additional URL paths for the ##download## action is ##<space1>/.../<spaceN>/<page>/<attachment>?<query string>##.
224
225 Example:
226
227 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/download/Space1/Space2/WebHome/image.png##: Views the ##image.png## attachment located in the ##Space1.Space2.WebHome## page.
228
229 === Parameter: ##force-download## ===
230
231 If set, force the attachment to be downloaded instead of being opened in the browser (it sets the ##Content-Disposition## header to ##attachment## instead of ##inline##).
232
233 == Action: ##downloadrev## ==
234
235 The additional URL paths for the ##downloadrev## action is ##<space1>/.../<spaceN>/<page>/<attachment>?<query string>##.
236
237 Example:
238
239 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/downloadrev/Space1/Space2/WebHome/image.png?rev=1.2##: Views the revision ##1.2## of ##image.png## attachment located in the ##Space1.Space2.WebHome## page.
240
241 === Parameter: ##rev## ===
242
243 The version to get, e.g. ##1.2## in ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/downloadrev/Space1/Space2/WebHome/image.png?rev=1.2##
244
245 === Parameter: ##force-download## ===
246
247 If set, force the attachment to be downloaded instead of being opened in the browser (it sets the ##Content-Disposition## header to ##attachment## instead of ##inline##).
248
249 == Action: ##create## ==
250
251 The additional URL paths for the create action is ##<space1>/.../<spaceN>/<page>?<query string>##.
252
253 Examples:
254
255 http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/create/Space1/Space2/NewPage: UI for creating the Space1.Space2.NewPage document (also known as a terminal document).
256 http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/create/Space1/Space2/WebHome: UI for creating the Space1.Space2.WebHome document (which is also known as a space homepage or a non-terminal document).
257 http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/create/Main/WebHome: Generic UI for creating a new document (asking for location and document name since Main.WebHome already exists)
258
259 Here are some of the supported query string parameters.
260
261 === Parameter: ##spaceReference## ===
262
263 {{info}}Since 7.2M1{{/info}} A local reference string serialization of the space in which to create the new document, e.g. "Space1.Space2"
264
265 //Note//: Since it's a serialized string reference, entity names need to be already escaped. For a space name "A.B", the equivalent local space reference would be "A\.B". Another example of serialized local space reference would be "A\.B.C\.D", meaning space "C.D" inside space "A.B". See the [[extensions:Extension.Model Module]]'s documentation for more information on EntityReferences.
266
267 === Parameter: ##name## ===
268
269 {{info}}Since 7.2M1{{/info}} A string representing the name of the new entity, e.g. "NewDocument".
270
271 Depending on the type of document to create, this will be used as:
272
273 * a space name, when creating non-terminal documents, e.g. spaceReference=Space&name=Page results in creating "Space.Page.WebHome"
274 * a document name, when creating terminal documents, e.g. spaceReference=Space&name=Page&tocreate=terminal results in creating "Space.Page"
275
276 === Parameter: ##tocreate## ===
277
278 Accepted values:
279
280 * empty or not specified:
281 ** if the current document does not exist, a terminal document will be created having the current document's reference, e.g. ##/create/Space/NewPage## creates "Space.NewPage"
282 ** if the current document exists, the new document (specified using the ##spaceReference## + ##name## parameters pair) is created as a non-terminal document, e.g. ##/create/Main/WebHome?spaceReference=Space&name=NewPage## creates "Space.NewPage.WebHome".
283 ** {{warning}}Deprecated since 7.2M1{{/warning}} if the current document exists, the new document (specified using the deprecated ##space## + ##pageName## parameters pair) is created as a terminal document, e.g. ##/create/Main/WebHome?space=Space&page=NewPage## creates "Space.NewPage".
284 * "terminal" - forces the new document to be a terminal document.
285 ** Example: If "Space1.Space2.Page" is to be created, then it is already a terminal document and is not affected in any way by this setting, but if "Space1.Space2.WebHome" is to be created then it would be a non-terminal document by default. In this later case, specifying the tocreate=terminal parameter would force the creation of a terminal document instead, result in the creation of ##Space1.Space2## (i.e. the page named "Space2" in the space "Space1"), effectively going up one level in the Nested Spaces hierarchy.
286 ** In the case of a top level space's WebHome document (e.g. "Space.WebHome"), this setting is ignored, since the top limit of the hierarchy is reached and there is nowhere else to go up. The resulting document to be created is thus "Space.WebHome".
287 * "space" - {{warning}}Deprecated since 7.2M1{{/warning}} The document to be created will always be a space WebHome (a.k.a a non-terminal document). This value is considered only when used in conjunction with the deprecated ##space## parameter. In this case, the deprecated ##page## parameter is completely ignored. For example: ##tocreate=space&space=MySpace## will result in "MySpace.WebHome".
288
289 === Parameter: ##template## ===
290
291 A string serialized document reference of the document to use as template when creating the new document.
292
293 If empty, the new document will be a blank page.
294
295 If not specified, and existing template providers are available to choose from in the current space and the ##templateprovider## parameter is also not specified, no document will be created yet and the create UI will show up asking the user to choose a template provider from a list.
296
297 This parameter has precedence over the ##templateprovider## parameter, meaning that if both are specified, the ##templateprovider## will be ignored.
298
299 === Parameter: ##templateprovider## ===
300
301 A string serialized document reference of the template provider document to use when creating the new document. The actual template document to use will be extracted from the specified template provider.
302
303 If the specified template provider is not allowed to be used in the space where the new document is created, then the create UI will be displayed with an error.
304 //Note//: This check is done for the ##spaceReference## of the new document to be created. Example: If we are creating the terminal document "Space.NewPage", the check is done for the space "Space". However, if we are creating the non-terminal document "Space.NewPage.WebHome", the check is done for the non-terminal document's space "Space" and not for actual document's reference space "NewPage".
305
306 If empty, the new document will be a blank page.
307
308 If not specified, and existing template providers are available to choose from in the current space and the ##template# parmeter is also not specified, no document will be created yet and the create UI will show up asking the user to choose a template provider from a list.##
309
310 If both this parameter and the ##template## parameter are specified, the ##template## parameter will be used instead of and this parameter will be ignored.
311
312 === Parameter: ##title## ===
313
314 A string to use as the title of the new document.
315
316 === Parameter: ##parent## ===
317
318 {{warning}}Deprecated since 7.2M1{{/warning}} A string serialized document reference of the document to use as parent for the new document.
319
320 === Parameter: ##space## ===
321
322 {{warning}}Deprecated since 7.2M1{{/warning}} A string representing an unescaped space name where the new document will be created, Example: "MySpace", "SpaceNameWith.Dots", etc.
323
324 //Note//: Because this is just a space name and not a space local reference, only top level space documents can be created, i.e. "TopLevelSpace.Document" is possible but not "TopLevelSpace.SecondLevelSpace.Document".
325
326 === Parameter: ##pageName## ===
327
328 {{warning}}Deprecated since 7.2M1{{/warning}} A string representing the name of the new document. Example: "NewDocument"
329
330 //Note//: When using ##tocreate=space## in conjunction with the ##space## parameter, this parameter will be ignored and the document "<space>.WebHome" will be created.
331
332 == Action: ##skin## ==
333
334 Right now dynamic Skin Resources are handled as Entity Resources ([[which is not correct>>https://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-12449]]).
335
336 The additional URL paths for the ##skin## action is
337
338 * ##<filesystem path to resource>?<optional query string>## for Filesystem-based Skins
339 * ##<space1>/.../<spaceN>/<page>/<attachment name>## for a resource attached to a wiki page. Note that Velocity is executed only if the attachment has a CSS or Javascript extension name.
340 * ##<space1>/.../<spaceN>/<page>/<xobject property name>## for Skins defined in wiki pages and having an ##XWiki.XWikiSkins## xobject with a property named ##<xobject property name>##. Note that Velocity is executed only if the ##<xobject property name>## name has a CSS or Javascript extension name.
341
342 Examples:
343
344 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/skin/skins/flamingo/style.css?skin=XWiki.DefaultSkin&colorTheme=playground%3AFlamingoThemes.Charcoal##: Points to the ##style.css## resource located in the ##[xwiki webapp location]/skins/flamingo## directory on the filesystem (and if not found look for the resource in the base skin and default base skin).
345 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/skin/resources/uicomponents/search/searchSuggest.css##: Points to the ##searchSuggest.css## resource located in the ##[xwiki webapp location]/resources/uicomponents/search## directory on the filesystem.
346 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/skin/uicomponents/search/searchSuggest.css##: Similar as just above except that the ##resources## part has been omitted and if the resource doesn't exist in ##[xwiki webapp location]/uicomponents/search## then it's also searched for in ##[xwiki webapp location]/resources/uicomponents/search##
347 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/skin/XWiki/DefaultSkin/somefile.css##: Points to the ##somefile.css## attachment in the ##XWiki.DefaultSkin## wiki page (and if not found look for the resource in the base skin and default base skin).
348 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/skin/XWiki/DefaultSkin/edit.vm##: Points to the content of the ##edit.vm## property in the ##XWiki.XWikiSkins## xobject in the ##XWiki.DefaultSkin## wiki page (and if not found look for the resource in the base skin and default base skin).
349
350 == Action: ##objectadd## =
351
352 Adds an XObject to the referenced page.
353
354 Examples:
355 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/objectadd/Space/Page?classname=Some.XClass##
356 * ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/bin/objectadd/Space/Page?classname=XWiki.XWikiGroups&XWiki.XWikiGroups_member=XWiki.JohnDoe##
357
358 === Parameter: ##classname## ===
359
360 The full name of the document that holds the class which the object to be added should be instance of. Example: ##XWiki.XWikiGroups##.
361
362 === Parameter: ##<classname>_<fieldname>## ===
363
364 This is an optional parameter. You can initialize the XObject properties by passing parameter names of the form ##<classname>_<fieldname>##, where ##classname## is the value given in the ##classname## parameter above and ##fieldname## is the name of the xproperty field to initialize. For example: ##XWiki.XWikiGroups_member## (provided that ##XWiki.XWikiGroups## has been given for the mandatory ##classname## parameter).
365
366 = Type: ##wiki## =
367
368 {{info}}
369 XWiki 7.2: Added support for Nested Spaces
370 {{/info}}
371
372 The format is ##wiki/<wiki name>/<bin subpath>## where:
373
374 * ##<wiki name>##: the name of the subwiki, e.g. ##platform##.
375 * ##<bin subpath>##: the same path as for the ##bin## action (see above). For example, if you use ##http:~/~/<main wiki server>/xwiki/bin/download/XWiki/JohnDoe/john.png## you would use ##http:~/~/<main wiki server>/xwiki/wiki/<subwiki name>/download/XWiki/JohnDoe/john.png## to access the same attachment but located in a subwiki named ##<subwiki>##.
376
377 = Type: ##resources## =
378
379 Static template resources, e.g. ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/resources/js/prototype/prototype.js##.
380
381 = Type: ##skins## =
382
383 Static skin resources, e.g. ##http:~/~/<server>/xwiki/skins/flamingo/logo.png##.
384
385 = Type: ##temp## =
386
387 Dynamic temporary resources, bound to a specific document and a specific module.
388
389 The format is ##temp/<Space>/<Document>/<module>/<file.ext>##, where:
390
391 * ##<Space>## and ##<Document>## identify the target document; currently only the last part of the space is supported
392 * ##<module>## is the name of the module that generated the resource, a short string used for avoiding conflicts between different modules generating temporary files with the same name
393 * ##<file.ext>## is the name of the temporary file
394
395 == Parameter: ##force-download## ==
396
397 If set to ##1##, force the file to be downloaded instead of being opened in the browser (it sets the ##Content-Disposition## header to ##attachment##).
398
399 == Parameter: ##force-filename## ==
400
401 [since 9.0RC1]
402
403 If ##force-download## is set, the value of ##force-filename## is used in the ##Content-disposition## HTTP header to indicate the name of the file to the browser.
404
405 = Resource Handler based types =
406
407 Since 6.1 any extension can dynamically register (as components) "resource handlers" (not to mix with the "resources" type).
408
409 See [[known resource types>>extensions:Extension.Resource API#\#HKnownResourceTypes]]

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