Class AbstractPageLink

  extended by com.atlassian.renderer.links.Link
      extended by com.atlassian.renderer.links.BaseLink
          extended by com.atlassian.confluence.links.linktypes.AbstractContentEntityLink
              extended by com.atlassian.confluence.links.linktypes.AbstractPageLink
Direct Known Subclasses:
BlogPostLink, PageCreateLink, PageLink

public abstract class AbstractPageLink
extends AbstractContentEntityLink

Field Summary
protected  String anchor
protected  AbstractPage destinationPage
protected  String spaceKey
Fields inherited from class com.atlassian.confluence.links.linktypes.AbstractContentEntityLink
Fields inherited from class com.atlassian.renderer.links.Link
aliasSpecified, iconName, linkBody, relativeUrl, title, titleArgs, titleKey, url, wikiDestination, wikiTitle
Constructor Summary
AbstractPageLink(com.atlassian.renderer.links.GenericLinkParser parser, PageContext context)
Method Summary
static String generateAnchor(PageContext context, String anchor)
          Used predominantly to generate an anchor in the format: #<title>-<anchor>
static String generateUniqueAnchor(PageContext context, String anchor)
          Similar in most respects to generateAnchor The difference here is that generateUniqueAnchor ensures that the output of the identifier is unique within the page.
 String getAnchor(PageContext pageContext)
 ContentEntityObject getDestinationContent()
 String getLinkBody()
 String getPageTitle()
 String getSpaceKey()
protected abstract  boolean isOnSamePage(PageContext pageContext)
protected  void setUrlAndTitle(PageContext pageContext)
 OutgoingLink toOutgoingLink(ContentEntityObject sourceContent)
Methods inherited from class com.atlassian.confluence.links.linktypes.AbstractContentEntityLink
hasDestination, isNoLinkBodyProvided
Methods inherited from class com.atlassian.renderer.links.BaseLink
equals, getOriginalParser, hashCode, setI18nTitle, setTitle
Methods inherited from class com.atlassian.renderer.links.Link
getIconName, getLinkAttributes, getOriginalLinkText, getTitle, getTitleArgs, getTitleKey, getUnpermittedLinkBody, getUrl, getWikiDestination, getWikiTitle, isAliasSpecified, isRelativeUrl
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, finalize, getClass, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait

Field Detail


protected String spaceKey


protected AbstractPage destinationPage


protected String anchor
Constructor Detail


public AbstractPageLink(com.atlassian.renderer.links.GenericLinkParser parser,
                        PageContext context)
                 throws ParseException
Method Detail


protected void setUrlAndTitle(PageContext pageContext)


protected abstract boolean isOnSamePage(PageContext pageContext)


public String getAnchor(PageContext pageContext)


public String getSpaceKey()


public String getPageTitle()


public ContentEntityObject getDestinationContent()
Specified by:
getDestinationContent in class AbstractContentEntityLink


public OutgoingLink toOutgoingLink(ContentEntityObject sourceContent)


public String getLinkBody()
getLinkBody in class AbstractContentEntityLink


public static String generateAnchor(PageContext context,
                                    String anchor)
Used predominantly to generate an anchor in the format: #<title>-<anchor>

For ease of documentation, I will use "page" to refer to content that can contain an anchor or anchor link.

The title component of the anchor is normally the title of the page.

However, when we render an anchor or an anchor link for a page that is included by another (via the include page macro) the title component is the title of the including page. This allows anchors links that have been declared on the including page to point to anchors declared on the included page.

For example, say page "A" contains an include page macro that includes page "B". And say if the body of page B has an anchor declared on it <a name="foo">. Page A can link to this anchor using [#foo].

If we are rendering an anchor that is several levels deep (that is, on a page, that is being included by page, that is being included by a page), the title component is assigned the title of the outer-most content's title. This is largely because PageContext.getOriginalContext() returns a reference to the top most context (PageContext does not maintain a stack of contexts).

anchor - the string which the context-unique ID will be derived from
the anchor (does not include the leading '#' symbol)


public static String generateUniqueAnchor(PageContext context,
                                          String anchor)
Similar in most respects to generateAnchor The difference here is that generateUniqueAnchor ensures that the output of the identifier is unique within the page.

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