[Mediawiki-l] Creating Alias name for a page -- Is there a better way?

Huib Laurens sterkebak at gmail.com
Mon Jan 10 18:22:55 UTC 2011


When you create a page named page1 and you want alias1 to be the alias
you should create the page alias1 like this;

#redirect [[page1]]

alias1 will now forward to page1



2011/1/10, Tech Geek <techgeek12345 at gmail.com>:
> We have an internal Mediawiki 1.15 running on our corporate LAN. We have
> started to create a page for each of our products and we have a
> technical name and a non-technical name for each of the products. So for
> example, let's say a product's engineering name would be "IPZY-112" and its
> corresponding non-technical name would be "Tiger".
> Is there a way we to create an alias title (Tiger) for the page with title
> "IPZY-112"?
> We thought about IPZY-112 (Tiger) but it wouldn't work since half of the
> company refers as Tiger and other half as IPZY-112.
> Is there any better way?
> Thanks!
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