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Wiki Markup Edit Mode for Existing Wiki Document Displays Content as HTML (Doc ID 1367438.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter - Version: 11.1.1.4.0 and later   [Release: 11g and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


1. Within a WebCenter Space,   create a new wiki document resource, switch the edit mode from the default "WYSIWYG" to "Wiki Markup," and enter the following text:

e.g.

I like [pudding,pudding].

2. I save and close the wiki doc.

3. I open the wiki document for editing. I switch from WYSIWYG to Wiki Markup edit mode. The content of the document displays as:

I like pudding.

This link will not reference a wiki resource named "pudding" in the wiki. Instead, it is an invalid link. If I use the WYSIWYG editor to create a link to a wiki resource named "pudding" by clicking on the "Select Resource" button, the resulting link is a fully-qualified URL:

<a href="http://<servername>/webcenter/faces/owResource.jspx?z=oracle.webcenter.doclib%21<text_string>%21pudding">pudding</a>

It appears that the set of wiki markup provided does not include the ability to reference a wiki resource without the user knowing the fully-qualified URL that corresponds to that resource.

Cause

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