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Item4661: renaming a topic destroys full qualified topic names

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Imagine you've got a link to a topic in the same web, but still use the full qualified topic name (including the web prefix). For example there is a %INCLUDE{"Applications.MyApp.RenderMyObject"}% somewhere in a topic. Now, when I rename the topic RenderMyObject to RenderYourObject, the occurrence in the above INCLUDE will be rewritten to %INCLUDE{"RenderYourObject"}% ... which breaks the TWikiApplication, when it is used from a distant web (not the current web).

Solution: we should not rewrite full qualified topic names to relative ones... Where's that in the code?

-- TWiki:Main/MichaelDaum - 18 Sep 2007

thats nasty!

-- TWiki:Main.SvenDowideit - 18 Sep 2007

Ouch. In Manage.pm, IIRC.

-- TWiki:Main.CrawfordCurrie - 19 Sep 2007

Fixed.

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Summary renaming a topic destroys full qualified topic names
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.MichaelDaum
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SVN Range TWiki-4.2.0, Tue, 18 Sep 2007, build 14928
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Priority Urgent
CurrentState Closed
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Checkins TWikirev:14990 TWikirev:14991
TargetRelease minor
ReleasedIn 4.2.0
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Topic revision: r10 - 2008-01-22 - KennethLavrsen
 
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