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Module name manage ManageCgiScript
Location TWIKIROOT/bin/manage
Summary tools to manage the twiki using the twiki smile
Primary Author PeterThoeny

CVS history http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/twiki/twiki/bin/manage
CVS alpha http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/twiki/twiki/bin/manage?rev=HEAD&content-type=text/vnd.viewcvs-markup
Contributing authors see http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/twiki/twiki/bin/manage
IsClass NO - is FatCgiScript
First TWikiRelease to be filled out


This script is intended to provide tools to manage a twiki.

Used by

This cgi script is invoked by the user when:
  • creating a new Web using ManagingWebs (TWikiAdminGroup only)
  • Changing a user password (run by the user themselves)
  • Deleting a user account (run by the user themselves)
It is an authorised script, so you need to log in to use it.

TWiki Modules used

This CGI script depends on the following TWiki modules for functionality:

External Modules used

This CGI script also depends on the following external modules

  • CGI
  • File::Copy


This section lists the methods that can be used by the scripts and by other modules

  • createWeb ($theQuery, $theWeb, $theTopic, $theOopsTmpl, $theTmplVar, $theMsg2, $theMsg3, $theMsg4) - used by ManagingWebs
  • removeUser
  • changePassword

These methods may belong elsewhere.

  • createEmptyWeb
  • copyWebTopics
  • copyOneTopic
  • patchWebPreferences


These do not need to be not documented yet

Please see CodevDocumentationProject and CodevDocumentationProjectDev for comments on the format of these pages.

-- MartinCleaver , SvenDowideit

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Topic revision: r6 - 2006-05-04 - SamHasler
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