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From version < 64.4 >
edited by Eduard Moraru
on 2015/07/17
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edited by Eduard Moraru
on 2015/07/17
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194 194  Accepted values:
195 195  
196 196  * empty or not specified:
197 -** if the current document does not exist, a terminal document will be created having the current document's reference
198 -** if the current document exists, the new document (specified using the ##spaceReference## + ##name## parameters pair) is created as a non-terminal document
199 -** {{warning}}Deprecated since 7.2M1{{/warning}} if the current document exists, the new document (specified using the deprecated ##space## + ##pageName## parameters pair) is created as a terminal document
197 +** if the current document does not exist, a terminal document will be created having the current document's reference, e.g. ##/create/Space/NewPage## creates "Space.NewPage"
198 +** if the current document exists, the new document (specified using the ##spaceReference## + ##name## parameters pair) is created as a non-terminal document, e.g. ##/create/Main/WebHome?spaceReference=Space&name=NewPage## creates "Space.NewPage.WebHome".
199 +** {{warning}}Deprecated since 7.2M1{{/warning}} if the current document exists, the new document (specified using the deprecated ##space## + ##pageName## parameters pair) is created as a terminal document, e.g. ##/create/Main/WebHome?space=Space&page=NewPage## creates "Space.NewPage".
200 200  * "terminal" - forces the new document to be a terminal document.
201 201  ** Example: If "Space1.Space2.Page" is to be created, then it is already a terminal document and is not affected in any way by this setting, but if "Space1.Space2.WebHome" is to be created then it would be a non-terminal document by default. In this later case, specifying the tocreate=terminal parameter would force the creation of a terminal document instead, result in the creation of ##Space1.Space2## (i.e. the page named "Space2" in the space "Space1"), effectively going up one level in the Nested Spaces hierarchy.
202 202  ** In the case of a top level space's WebHome document (e.g. "Space.WebHome"), this setting is ignored, since the top limit of the hierarchy is reached and there is nowhere else to go up. The resulting document to be created is thus "Space.WebHome".

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