• Thomas Pollinger
  • 26.11.2018
  • EN

Release Notes: New content class properties: Default page name formatting

OpenText Web Site Management Server is a server application that provides an editorial workspace for editors, publishing functions for web pages, and management functions for large websites in the intranets and internet.

OpenText Web Site Management Server Version 11.2 SP1 HF13 includes the following new features and changes:

New content class properties: Default page name formatting

To support individual formatting of headlines for new pages, the format rule for page names can be defined as a content class property.

The following placeholders are available:

  • Headline of the Parent Page <%ParentHeadline%>
  • Page ID <%PageID%> (not supported by Mobile Client)
  • Page GUID <%PageGuid%> (not supported by Mobile Client)
  • Author (User Name) <%CreatedByLoginName%>
  • Author (Full Name) <%CreatedByFullName%>
  • Creation Date <%CreatedDate%> (format 2014-03-21)
  • Creation Time <%CreatedTime%> (format 18:45)
  • Content Class Name <%ContentClassName%>
  • and free text: sample < > - _ : .

Example: <%ParentHeadline%>_<%ContentClassName%>_<%PageID%>

Leading and trailing blanks are not allowed and will be purged automatically without notification. For new content classes, the value of this property will be predefined with <%ContentClassName%> <%PageID%>. If the format string is empty, new pages will be given automatic page names according to the naming rule: <%ContentClassName%> <%PageID%>.

The Mobile Client does not support the placeholders Page ID and Page GUID. They are replaced by the empty string. These placeholders are only supported by the web client and the server implementation of this feature.

The Mobile Client inserts date and time using the local time of the mobile device. The web client inserts date and time using the local time of the server. (= The time that is displayed on the windows user interface of the server.)

Über den Autor:
Thomas Pollinger

... ist Senior Site Reliability Engineer bei der Vodafone GmbH in Düsseldorf. Seit dem Jahr 2007 betreut er zusammen mit seinen Kollegen die OpenText- (vormals RedDot-) Plattform Web Site Management für die deutsche Konzernzentrale.

Er entwickelt Erweiterungen in Form von Plug-Ins und PowerShell Skripten. Seit den Anfängen in 2001 (RedDot CMS 4.0) kennt er sich speziell mit der Arbeitweise und den Funktionen des Management Server aus.