Saturne Validation page

The purpose of this page is to create a pdf report on all the cases that are on the wiki. It uses the plugin : .

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Note: No topics found tagged with "Saturne_Verification_2.0.0B2"

Note: No topics found tagged with "saturne_validation_1.4.0" To publish, fill the form and list the topics separated by commas (no spaces)

Choose what to publish
| Web to publish | | web |
Comma-separated list of wildcard patterns that match the names of topics to include.
Use * for all topics.
Comma-separated list of wildcard patterns that match the names of topics to exclude.
Leave blank to include all topics.
Name of a topic that contains a TWiki table, each row of which maps a topic names to the version of that topic to publish.
Leave blank to publish the most recent version of each topic. The table can be generated by a %SEARCH or other TWiki variable. For example: =
Web.TopicName 1.33 =. If a topic does not appear in the table, the most recent version will be published. versions
A regular expression that will cause a topic to be excluded if the RE matches the topic content.
Leave blank to include all topics.
Comma-separated list of Plugins to enable during publish.
Leave blank to enable all plugins. You are recommended to disable any plugins that generate buttons in the output.
The currently enabled plugins are: SetGetPlugin, SpreadSheetPlugin, ActionTrackerPlugin, AttachLinkPlugin, AttachmentListPlugin, ChartPlugin, CommentPlugin, DoxygenPlugin, EditTablePlugin, EmbedPlugin, FileUploadPlugin, FlexWebListPlugin, ForEachPlugin, GenPDFLatexPlugin, GnuPlotPlugin, HeadlinesPlugin, IfDefinedPlugin, ImageGalleryPlugin, ImagePlugin, InterwikiPlugin, JQueryPlugin, LinkOptionsPlugin, MatplotlibPlugin, NewsPlugin, ObjectPlugin, PreferencesPlugin, RenderListPlugin, SlideShowPlugin, SmiliesPlugin, TablePlugin, TagMePlugin, TinyMCEPlugin, TopicDataHelperPlugin, TreeBrowserPlugin, TreePlugin, TwistyPlugin, WysiwygPlugin
Output options
Select skin for published HTML
The skin provides the template for how topics are published. See TWikiSkins for more informations on skins.
To publish the Test Cases and their results use the "testcse_publish" skin. You are recommended to pick basic_publish, or plain, or a print skin. Your installation may also offer a special export or publish skin.
IDEA! The view template is used to generate published pages, so view.basic_publish.tmpl is the template that will be used to generate the output. You can preview any topic in this skin simply by appending ?skin=basic_publish to the end of the view URL. Note that the standard VIEW_TEMPLATE template override still works when publishing.

Output format
The output will be generated on the server, in the directory pointed to by the {PublishContrib}{Dir} configuration setting. You can manage the contents of this directory from the browser using the publishers control interface to the publish CGI script.
X The rendered data can get pretty big, and the process itself puts a heavy load on the server, especially when using compression on large webs.
Publishing history topic
This is where the history of your publishing is stored. Each time you publish, this topic is re-written with the log of the publishing process. You have to have "change" access to this topic. You can specify a topic in another web using the standard Web.Topic syntax.
Web options
Web options are only relevant for web output formats (file and ftp) The web formats generate a sitemap.xml, and can also generate default.htm, index.html and google site verification files.
Google file
generates the HTML verification file needed to verify your site claim. see Google webmaster tools
Default topic:
Name of topic to used to generate default.htm, index.html
Relative URL used in sitemap
the base URL that your published TWiki topics will reside at (if you are publishing to the root of your site, / is correct) see Google webmaster tools
FTP options
FTP options are only relevant if Output format is ftp

The FTP output generator was written by TWiki:Main.SvenDowideit.

Destination FTP server
Set to blank to proof the output prior to uploading to your site.

Path to upload to on server destinationftppath
FTP username destinationftpusername
FTP Password destinationftppassword
Fast publish
Speed up the ftp publishing by only uploading modified files. This will store a (tiny) checksum (.md5) file on the server alongside each uploaded file which will be used to optimise future uploads. Recommended.
Other output generator options
Some output generators support extra options (e.g. for pdf, you can add htmldoc command-line parameters here, such as --linkstyle underline) genopt

  • Name of a topic that contains a table that maps topic names to version numbers. This topic can be used to publish specific versions of listed topics.
  • Comma-separated list of wildcard patterns that match the names of topics to include
    • Set PUBLISH_INCLUSIONS = AAAValidationIntro,TestCase001,TestCase001Res002,TestCase013,TestCase013Res001,TestCase019,TestCase019Res000
  • Comma-separated list of wildcard patterns that match the names of topics to exclude
    • Set PUBLISH_EXCLUSIONS = Web*,Publish*
  • A regular expression that will cause a topic to be excluded if the RE matches the topic content
  • Skin for published HTML
    • Set PUBLISH_SKIN = testcase_publish
  • Comma-separated list of templates to use (defaults to view). Output will be generated for each template in this list (e.g. view,print). Note that VIEW_TEMPLATE will still override the template if it is set in specific topics (See TWikiTemplates).
    • Set PUBLISH_TEMPLATES = view
  • Format to publish in ( file, pdf, tgz, zip)
    • Set PUBLISH_FORMAT = pdf
  • If set, additional options that will be passed to the output generator
  • Name of the publish history topic to us. Default is PublishContribHistory

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Topic revision: r3 - 2009-10-30 - 14:44:34 - JuanUribe

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