AW: [opencms-dev] Navigation Problem

Daniel Wemhoff Daniel.Wemhoff at
Thu Jan 17 15:23:01 CET 2002

Hi Christoph, 

I´m not sure if we mean the same but have a look at my mail from November,
11th, concerning using the ressource type "link":

 <<AW: [opencms-dev] Link>> 

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: DI(FH) Christoph Salfellner [mailto:c.salfellner at]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 17. Januar 2002 15:18
An: opencms-dev at
Betreff: [opencms-dev] Navigation Problem

I wanna ask if somebody knows how to get a navigation info of a Folder which
is not directly in the Path of Navigation. 
For Example: 
Actual position is:  /myProject/ Subfolder/ nav.html 
Folder with Navigation Info I need: / myProject/ theInterestingFile.html 
I want to create an naventry for  "theInterestingFile.html"  but with
"getNavTree" I get all other navinformation too, which I don't need in this

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From: Daniel Wemhoff <Daniel.Wemhoff at>
To: "'opencms-dev at'" <opencms-dev at>
Subject: AW: [opencms-dev] Link
Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2001 17:26:59 +0100 
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you can use the "Link" resource to add an internal or external link to the
dynamic navigation.

After installation add the property definitions "NavText" and "NavPos" to
the resource type "Link" first (Administration view, Property Management).

After creating a new "Link" resource in the explorer you always have to add
the properties NavText (Navigation Text) and NavPos (Navigation order
criterion like 1.0) manually via the contect menu (Properties/New). 


-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Walter I. Mourão [mailto:walter at]
Gesendet: Freitag, 9. November 2001 16:52
An: opencms-dev at
Betreff: [opencms-dev] Link

Hi folks,
I'm starting to study OpenCMS and I didn't understand how to use the
"Link" resource... Any help ?


Walter Itamar Mourão
walter at -

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