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DOXYGENIMPORT{"..."} -- import Doxygen documentation into TWiki


EJS_INCLUDE -- execute and include topic containing EJS tags

EXECUTE{ "script" } -- safely execute shell scripts or Perl code - use TWiki as the user interface for external applications

HEADLINES{"url"} -- show RSS and ATOM feeds in TWiki pages

  • The %HEADLINES{"url"}% variable is handled by the HeadlinesPlugin.
  • Syntax: %HEADLINES{ "http://..." }%
  • Parameters: (all but the first one are optional)
    "..." Source of RSS or ATOM feed; this can be a URL (starting with http) or a web.topic location for internal feeds
    refresh="60" Refresh rate in minutes for caching feed; "0" for no caching
    limit="12" Maximum number of items shown
    header="..." Header. May include these variables:
    - $channeltitle, $title: title of channel (channel.title)
    - $channellink, $link: link of channel (channel.link)
    - $channeldescription, $description: description (channel.description)
    - $channeldate, $date: publication date of the channel (channel.pubDate)
    - $rights: copyrights of the channel (channel.copyright)
    - $imagetitle: title text for site (image.title)
    - $imagelink: link for site (image.link)
    - $imageurl: URL of image (image.url)
    - $imagedescription: description of image (image.description)
    format="..." Format of one item. May include these variables:
    - $title: news item title (item.title)
    - $link: news item link (item.link)
    - $description: news item description (item.description)
    - $date: the publication date (item.pubDate, item.date)
    - $category: the article category (item.category)
    newline="$br" Convert newlines in feed; "$br" becomes <br /> tag, default "$n" (newline)
    filter="..." Filter out content from feed; for example to delete an encoded break tag specify "&lt;br&gt;"
  • Example: %HEADLINES{ "http://slashdot.org/slashdot.rdf" header="*[[$link][$title]]:* $description" format="$t* [[$link][$title]]" limit="4" }% shows the latest Slashdot news in bullet list format
  • Category: ApplicationsAndComponentsVariables, ImportVariables
  • Related: HeadlinesPlugin (this topic)

JIRAREST{"..."} -- call JIRA issue tracker using REST API

  • Interface to the Atassian JIRA issue tracker via JIRA REST API call. The %JIRAREST{}% variable is handled by the JiraRestPlugin.
  • Syntax: %JIRAREST{ "..." command="..." }%
  • Parameters:
    Parameter Description Default
    "..." or
    Action to take. This is the REST method: "get" for GET, "put" for PUT, "post" for POST, and "delete" for DELETE method. "" (no action)
    command="..." REST command, such as: "/rest/api/2/issue/TEST-1" (required)
    data="..." Request body sent with REST call, such as: " { \"id\": \"10009\" } " (required for put
    and post actions)
    Conduct a second action after successful execution of the first action. Use this to do multiple REST API calls in one session. No action is taken if there was an error in the first action.
    In the same way, action3, action4, etc can be executed.
    user="..." User for REST call; default is configure setting {Plugins}{JiraRestPlugin}{User} (configure setting)
    password="..." Password for REST call; default is configure setting {Plugins}{JiraRestPlugin}{Password} (configure setting)
  • Example: %JIRAREST{ "get" command="/rest/auth/1/session" }% - see more examples.
  • Category: ApplicationsAndComponentsVariables, DatabaseAndFormsVariables, DevelopmentVariables, ImportVariables, WorkflowAndAutomationVariables
  • Related: JiraRestPlugin (this topic)

LOADAPP{"id"} -- Load TWiki application code from a hidden web

Total: 6 variables

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Topic revision: r1 - 2012-11-11 - TWikiContributor
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