# Changes for page Release Notes for XWiki 7.2

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 ... ... @@ -315,7 +315,8 @@ 315 315 316 316 The create action now accepts a ##spaceReference## parameter and a ##name## parameter, together with an optional ##tocreate=terminal## parameter (usable on non-terminal pages). The previous space parameters was not scalable in the context of Nested Spaces since it was just a top-level space name so it did not allow the creation of deeper space levels. More details are available in the [[create action's documentation>>platform:DevGuide.Standard URL Format||anchor="HAction:create"]]. 317 317 318 -As explained previously, these logic is also available in the improved create UI, with the terminal pages option appearing only for advanced users and being checked or unchecked by default, depending on the type of the current page. 318 +These logic is also available in the improved create UI, with the terminal pages option appearing only for advanced users and being checked or unchecked by default, depending on the type of the current page: 319 +{{image reference="[email protected]"/}} 319 319 320 320 == New Reference-related APIs == 321 321 ... ... @@ -395,7 +395,7 @@ 395 395 396 396 === New components to generate REST URLs === 397 397 398 -* The component ##RestURLGenerator## has been added. Its role, in the long term, is to generate a REST URL for any kind of EntityReference. It currently handles ##DocumentReference## and ##SpaceReference##. 399 +* The component ##RestURLGenerator## has been added. Its role, in the long terme, is to generate a REST URL for any kind of EntityReference. It currently handles ##DocumentReference## and ##SpaceReference##. 399 399 * The corresponding script service has been added: ##\$services.rest## with the method ##\$services.rest.url(\$entityReference)##. 400 400 401 401 === Resolve nested spaces in JavaScript === ... ... @@ -481,7 +481,7 @@ 481 481 482 482 == Updated Document Tree Macro == 483 483 484 -The [[Document Tree Macro>>extensions:Extension.Document Tree Macro]] now supports Nested Pages and Nested Spaces modes. Specifically, the following changes have been made: 485 +The [[Document Tree Macro>>extensions:Extension.Document Tree Macro]] now supports Nested Documents and Nested Spaces modes. Specifically, the following changes have been made: 485 485 486 486 * removed the ##showSpaceAsDocument## parameter (was introduced recently in 7.2M1) 487 487 * deprecated the ##showChildDocuments## parameter ... ... @@ -489,7 +489,7 @@ 489 489 490 490 As a result, you can use the document tree macro like this: 491 491 492 -* Nested Page Tree((( 493 +* Nested Document Tree((( 493 493 {{code language="none"}} 494 494 {{documentTree/}} 495 495 {{/code}} ... ... @@ -499,12 +499,12 @@ 499 499 {{documentTree showSpaces="true" /}} 500 500 {{/code}} 501 501 ))) 502 -* Parent-Child Page Tree((( 503 +* Parent-Child Document Tree((( 503 503 {{code language="none"}} 504 504 {{documentTree hierarchyMode="parentchild" /}} 505 505 {{/code}} 506 506 ))) 507 -* Old Page Index Tree (i.e. Parent-Child mixed with space grouping)((( 508 +* Old Document Index Tree (i.e. Parent-Child mixed with space grouping)((( 508 508 {{code language="none"}} 509 509 {{documentTree hierarchyMode="parentchild" showSpaces="true" /}} 510 510 {{/code}}