Platonides | 1 Dec 22:33 2007
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Re: another ifexists problem

Andre Engels wrote:
> I'm 'doing' disambiguation pages on the Dutch Wikipedia at the moment,
> but I found that there are disambiguation pages that are shown as
> linked when they are not. After some checking, I found that it is
> caused by templates like the Dutch [[Sjabloon:Districtlink]]
> 
> {{#ifexist: {{{1}}} (district) | [[{{{1}}} (district)|{{{1}}}]] |
> {{#ifexist: {{{1}}} | [[{{{1}}}]] | {{{1}}} }} }}
> 
> Apparently, when the template is put on the page, [[X (district)]]
> does not exist, but [[X]] does exist. Later [[X]] is changed into a
> disambiguation page and [[X (district)]] is created. However, the
> links table is not updated in this case. Is there a way to force an
> update of the links of a set of pages to be forced (or at least put in
> the job queue)? In the past this could be done with a touch
> (zero-edit) on the page, but that doesn't seem to work any more.

Doesn't a purge on the page containing the template fix it?
Andre Engels | 1 Dec 23:01 2007
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Re: another ifexists problem

2007/12/1, Platonides <Platonides@...>:

> Doesn't a purge on the page containing the template fix it?

Doesn't seem to work, no. At least, a purge on [[nl:Geesthacht]] is done through
http://nl.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Geesthacht&action=purge
right?

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