URL layout


Above defines the URL layout, where uppercase letters are variable parts defined below and [] denotes optional. It basically means search for the item field FIELD value VALUE in the namespace NAMESPACE and apply the view VIEW on it.

Defines the namespace for looking up the item. NAMESPACE value all is the “namespace doesn’t matter” identifier. It is used to access global views like global history, global tags etc.
Whoosh schema field where to lookup the VALUE (default: name_exact, lookup by name). FIELD can be a unique identifier like (itemid, revid, name_exact) or can be non-unique like (tags).
Value to search in the FIELD (default: the default root within that namespace). If the FIELD is non-unique, we show a list of items that have FIELD:VALUE.
used to select the intended view method (default: show).

The following examples show how a url can look like, ns1, ns1/ns2 are namespaces.

  • http://localhost:8080/Home
  • http://localhost:8080/ns1/@tags/sometag
  • http://localhost:8080/ns1/ns2
  • http://localhost:8080/ns1/SomePage
  • http://localhost:8080/+modify/ns1/ns2/SomePage
  • http://localhost:8080/+delete/ns1/@itemid/37b73d2a6c154bb4ab993d0fb463219c
  • http://localhost:8080/ns1/@itemid/37b73d2a6c154bb4ab993d0fb463219c