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There is more than one node with the same name. How do I link to the one that I want?

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on Jun 11, 2000 at 20:24 UTC ( #17607=sitefaqlet: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

There is more than one node with the same name. How do I link to the one that I want?

When you link to a node solely by its title, you may get a node other than one you intended, if there happens to be more than one node with the same title.

To ensure that you link to the precise node that you want, you should link to it by its node ID number, rather than by its title. (Another reason for doing this is because a node's title may change, but its node ID never will.)

Use the form [id://NNN], where NNN is the node's ID number. For example, to make a link to merlyn's homenode that will always work, regardless of who may make another node with the same title, write [id://9073].

See How do I link to a node on this site by number? for more details.


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[moritz]: choroba in python I use jsonschema
[moritz]: I'm sure there's a Perl implementation of it too
[choroba]: it seems Kelp and similar help you a lot with dispatching, but how to do something similar with contents?
[moritz]: like JSON::Schema
[Corion]: ambrus++ # more bugs than lines
[Corion]: That's like "works on my machine" ;-)
[choroba]: I mean, I'd like to say "this path should run this sub, but first it should check the user is authenticated, has the following permissions, and the contents is valid against a given schema
[ambrus]: no, that means I haven't even tried to run it, might not even parse
[ambrus]: so it doesn't work on my machine
[choroba]: i.e. I know JSON::Schema, I'm just curious whether there's a ready solution to plug it into a web service

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