import. Related: Mail-in
Enable this Feature: Admin>Features select “Communication Center”
2. You must be logged in to the sending Tiki as a user with the outbound mail permissions:
3. You must have a username and password for the reciving Tiki with the inbound permissions:
Once enabled, there should be a link in the application menu Wiki>Send Objects.
The send objects screen looks like this:
Clicking the send link from the application menu displays the screen where you can send Tiki objects to other sites. The first part of the screen must be filled after you selected all the objects to send, the second part can be used to select the Wiki pages that will be sent to another site, select pages (as many as you want) clicking the add page link. When you have selected all the pages to send fill the information at the top as follows:
- The path to the commxmlrpc.php script for the site, a typical value is /commxmlrpc.php or /tiki/commxmlrpc.php, but if the installation is different it can be another path, which can be verified by FTP. Do not forget the / (you can receive a 200 error otherwise.
The “Path” value is added to the end of the end of “Site” value to build the complete URL for accessing the commxmlrpc program.
- The username that will be used to recieve objects at the remote site.
- The password for that username.
- (>=tikiwiki1.10) CHeck the box if you want some debug messages
If everything goes well you will see a message describing the result of the operation.
(warning: you don’t want to “accept” the received page - though it should not overwrite the existing page, it probably won’t work.)
- Site: localhost (if your server is on your local - otherwise the site Url like http://tw.org)
- Path: /commxmlrpc.php (change it you installed Tiki in other directory) - do not forget the first /, if the directory is wrong it will generate the error ‘Didn’t receive 200 OK from remote server’
- Sometimes the error ‘Didn’t receive 200 OK from remote server ’ occurs even if the transfer was sucessfuil. Check your Received pages.
- You can debug by changing 0 to 1 in the file tiki-send_object.php, line : $client->setDebug(1);
This figure briefly describes the appropriate set-up for sending
a wiki page between two tikis that are both subdomains of a
top level domain…
In this screen you can see the list of pages received, the date when the page was received, the site that sent the page, and the user used from the sending site to send the page.
For each page you can remove it (if you don t want it), edit the page (where you can rename it), view the page or accept it.
If the name of the page is in red (bold in V7) then the page has the same name as an existing page in your system and so you have to rename the page before being able to accept it.
If you get an eroor ” Invalid return payload” the object can have been sent. Check your received box.
Once accepted the page will be part of your Wiki as a normal Wiki page.
If you want to configure a user that other sites can use to send objects to your site put the user in a group with the tiki_p_sendme_pages, tiki_p_sendme_articles or similar permission.
Try it outplease link to the live Feature on tikiwiki.org
Any Questions? Edit this page and someone will respond!
Are categories of pages transferred? No!
Include the appropriate category display using the Category Plugin.