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12/16/2009 9:08 PM
 

Maybe I use the reports module for this? 

However, it'd be nice to be able to export the wiki into one large HTML file with a numbered index of topics in alphabetical order.

i.e. I'd like to have multiple authors working on a handbook with linked topics, and then be able to print it off.  Is there a way to do this with the Wiki module?

Thanks!

 
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12/16/2009 10:20 PM
 

Awesome, I think my first hunch was correct.

It seems to be possible using the Reports module.  I'm using the tutorial at  http://blog.theaccidentalgeek.com/post/2009/03/27/DNN-Tips-and-Tricks-10-Reports-Module.aspx

 

Here's the SQL I 'm using to find the most recent Wiki.  Just change the module ID for your wiki

SELECT dbo.Wiki_Topic.Name, dbo.Wiki_Topic.Content, dbo.Wiki_Topic.UpdateDate
From dbo.Wiki_Topic
WHERE dbo.Wiki_Topic.ModuleID=###
AND dbo.Wiki_Topic.Name<>'WikiHomePage'
ORDER BY Name

 

I'm going to try to use the tutorial to format it into a book...

 
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12/17/2009 10:30 AM
 

 m, that should be possible using the SQL, though if you want to pull in more info and format it differently you might need to do some coding to format the HTML accordingly.


Chris Hammond
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12/18/2009 5:45 PM
 

Thanks Chris

I got it figured out.

Now I'm having troulbe formatting the text using XSLT.  If I can't use XSLT, it's a little difficult to make all the formatting I want to do in plain HTML.

I have it mostly figured out at http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Community/Forums/tabid/795/forumid/136/threadid/345867/scope/posts/Default.aspx

Thanks again!

 
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