I need to create two pages with the same name in two different locations in the same space. For example, I want to create 'johnsspace/leaf1/foo' and 'johnsspace/leaf2/foo'. When I attempt that, I get
"A page already exists with the title 'foo' in this space. Please use a different title for this page."
That seems like an odd limitation. Guessing I'm just doing something wrong. Any advice?
Note - We are using Confluence 4.1
Just to add a little more info (Jobin is right) a space is really a name space. The page hierarchy is not like a directory hierarchy -- thus the parent pages "leaf1" and "leaf2" in your example have no meaning in the sense you think. The closest you could come is to incorporate the branches into the page names, so name one "leaf1-foo" and name the second "leaf2-foo".
Thanks for the clarification.
Is there a way to create an actual hierarchy, or use multiple spaces? This smells like something that has an easy answer, using some method I don't yet know about.
Thanks. I'll send that to our administrator.
Is there any way to forward this issue to the design team for review? It's hard to imagine they designed it this way intentionally.
With above link
is written to use "Unicode Character 'ZERO WIDTH SPACE' (U+200B)"
Further there is another link
that describes how to enter Unicode. But neither of the described methods are working here.
Could you please describe how you did enter this or any other invisible Unicode character?
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