Jsp Wiki

JSPWiki is a JavaServerPages-based WikiClone and it is available under the Apache Public License. It became an Apache Top-level project on July 17th, 2013, after several years of incubation.

JspWiki supports the following functionality:

You may download the newest versions from:

---> http://jspwiki.apache.org/general/downloads.html

A more up-to-date feature list is at:

---> https://jspwiki-wiki.apache.org/Wiki.jsp?page=JSPWikiFeatures

Users' comments I managed to get a configuration working under Tomcat 4.0.1 on Windows NT in 10 minutes. This was a very simple configuration without version control and using plain text files but I was very impressed. I managed to install a test version on http://www.mycgiserver.com/~yorks, though this required some modification because of my cgiserver's restrictions (no user libraries, fixed package names etc.)

I've just downloaded and installed this in about 10 minutes using BEA Weblogic running on Solaris. As with the above, I'm only using the default configuration, but I'm really pleased with how easy it was. -- [LeighDodds]

This is really good Wiki, simple and nice. -- beetles

How do you install on http://www.mycgiserver.com? -- paulista777@bol.com.br http://www.oxxus.net We offer wiki Jsp hosting

I also downloaded this, my first wiki software, and had it running in 10 minutes on W2K. I was impressed. I was also happy to find that it used JSP. That allowed me to go in and tinker with it when I had time. Also changed to VersioningFileSystem? so that it can keep track of changes. Within one day I had a functioning wiki site for managing a current IT project. -- kenjanuski

http://www.prokmu.com We began our campaign to offer 1 month free for wiki Jsp hosting

I just installed and configured on Solaris 10 and it took little time to setup and works well. I started with the roller/jspwiki demo that the Sun jroller people put out, this led me to jspWiki. Simple elegant and works well. We are going to go live after a few more days testing for our inhouse use. http://rollerweblogger.org/page/roller/20050420#try_roller_1_1_it

Features Review








Very modular, you can write plug-in page providers. An RCS provider and a flat file provider are available. Pages are stored as the Wiki Markup by these providers. I wrote an experimental J2EE container manages entity bean provider, and a caching provider and extending the code is easy. Janne has written a well structured program and his code is easy to follow.

Working Well with Others


IE5.5, http://www.jspwiki.org/wiki/JSPWikiBrowserCompatibility contains comments on many more browsers

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