I haven't yet tried it myself, but I believe you can add a "template=" parameter when using the calendar format, to use a template that lets you customize the display of the values.


On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 4:45 PM, Peter van Londen <londenp@gmail.com> wrote:
Indeed: I have tried that.
When I use that format I will get on 2009/05/01 in the calendar the link to page 20090501, That is not what I would like
I would like to see the "Has Product" calls on this page to be shown, so Prod15, Prod41 and so on.


2009/4/23 Yaron Koren <yaron57@gmail.com>

Is the 'calendar' format what you're looking for?



On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 10:24 AM, Peter van Londen <londenp@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear all,

Newbee post: requiring help with Semantic MediaWiki.

Following I would like to do:
Display a calendar with on every day all the different products we produced within the production I have started the wiki.

What I did, I will supply original in German, and afterwards translate:
make a normal page through a template and form which consists of following (name of page is "20090501"):
[[Attribut:Has Produkt]]        ([[Property:Has product]])  Is of "Type:Text"
[[Attribut:Produziert am]]      ([[Property:Produced on]]) is of "Type:Date"

Using this inline Query:

{{#ask: [[Kategorie:Produktionstag]] [[Produziert am::2009/05/01]]
|? Hat Produkt

I get this:
[<>]  [<>] Hat Produkt
20090501 Prod15

Which is beautiful.

Now the next step should be to put this data (the products not the day page) into a calendar on the required date, which probably requires a nested #ask.
I have tried to find a similar problem on the different websites using Semantic MW, but I did not find something alike.

Who has an idea if this problem could be tackeled and if yes how?
Or maybe I am using the false approach and it could be better handeled differently.

Thanks for helping me out.
Regards Peter

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