Hi,

To clarify - do you want the form itself to display the page name, or the created page to contain the page name, or both? And in either case, why?

-Yaron

On Sun, Aug 16, 2009 at 10:31 PM, John McClure <jmcclure@hypergrove.com> wrote:
A bit more information:
When the form contains template invocation: {{template:Test|{{PAGENAME}}}} and template:test contains "The page is {{{1}}}" then all I'm getting when creating page Vcb is:
{{Test|Vcb}</nowiki>}
 
I note that this problem comes up in the <includeonly> section of the form. The same content, in the <noinclude> section of the form reports correctly that the {{PAGENAME}} is X (from Form:X), but in the <includeonly> section I get this problem.
 
I didn't really understand the 'query' param on the {{{forminput}}}. Maybe that's part of the answer?
-----Original Message-----
From: John McClure [mailto:jmcclure@hypergrove.com]
Sent: Sunday, August 16, 2009 6:18 PM
To: semediawiki-user@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Form & {{PAGENAME}}

When editing a page with Form:X, the magic word {{PAGENAME}} doesn't seem to work as expected. I'm guessing it's because "AddData" is somehow involved, obscuring the  {{PAGENAME}} being edited. Is there a workaround for this so that my form can find out the name of the underlying page being edited (or created)?
Thanks.

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