From version 17.1
edited by Marius Dumitru Florea
on 2019/02/19 12:40
To version 18.1
edited by Marius Dumitru Florea
on 2019/02/19 12:44
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95 95  == Rename Application ==
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97 -Starting with XWiki 11.1 you can rename/move an application by [[renaming/moving its home page>>xwiki:Documentation.UserGuide.Features.DocumentLifecycle.WebHome||anchor="HMove2FRename"]]. Note that you can change the application title without renaming the application just by editing the application home page. Be aware that the application code is going to be regenerated if you rename the application. Code customizations will be overwritten as a consequence, but you can rollback the changes afterwards.
97 +Starting with XWiki 11.1 you can rename/move an application by [[renaming/moving its home page>>xwiki:Documentation.UserGuide.Features.DocumentLifecycle.WebHome||anchor="HMove2FRename"]]. Note that you can change the application title without renaming the application just by editing the application home page. Be aware that the application code is going to be regenerated if you rename the application, in order to work with the new application location. Code customizations will be overwritten as a consequence, but you can rollback the changes afterwards.
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99 99  {{velocity}}
100 100  {{html clean="false"}}
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105 105  {{/html}}
106 106  {{/velocity}}
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108 -The application code is not updated automatically if the application location changes as a result of renaming or moving one of the parent pages of the application. For instance, if the application is located in ##Path / To / Books## and you rename the "Path" parent page to "New Path" preserving children then you'll get the following warning when visiting the application home page:
108 +Also note that the application code is not updated automatically if the application location changes as a result of renaming or moving one of the parent pages of the application. For instance, if the application is located in ##Path / To / Books## and you rename the "Path" parent page to "New Path" preserving children then you'll get the following warning when visiting the application home page:
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110 110  {{image reference="awm-rename-parent.png"/}}
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