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Using ^include( item )^
Jan 18th, 2010, 1:15pm
 
Does the export function ^include( item )^  rely on the item having a unique name?

For example if I want to include a note the name of which is "bananas" I cannot have two items with the name bananas.

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Re: Using ^include( item )^
Reply #1 - Jan 18th, 2010, 2:04pm
 
I'm not certain, but I'd assume the first 'bananas' is always used.  To work around this lets assume you've
Fruit
   Tropical
       bananas
   Colours
       Yellow
           bananas


To cite the second note use ^include(Yellow/bananas)^. A path can be full (from root level down to the note) or sufficient partial path to aid unique identification of the note.

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Re: Using ^include( item )^
Reply #2 - Jan 18th, 2010, 2:52pm
 
Thanks, the path was the piece I was uncertain about.
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