This server's about#This server's main purpose is to offer online services for the Department of ... . The images used in the server are stored on the logos page. The JSP container used on this server is tomcat, which provides additional services :
- tomcat6-docs: This package installs a web application that allows to browse the Tomcat 6 documentation locally.
- tomcat6-examples: This package installs a web application that allows to access the Tomcat 6 Servlet and JSP examples.
- tomcat6-admin: This package installs two web applications that can help managing this Tomcat instance. These are the manager and the host-manager. A Server status is also available.
- Installation Steps used to setup this server (restricted access).
- http://www.jspwiki.org/wiki/ContributedPlugins List of plugins to check.
This Wiki is done using JSP technology, which hopefully makes it very easy to keep up to date and looking better than most of the Wikis based on the original one. A custom bean handles the translation of text into HTML.
If you are interested in the JSPWiki development, the home page for JSPWiki is at http://www.jspwiki.org. Some quick links:
- Bug Reports - or look at the list of open bugs.
- Contribute new ideas.
- Take a look at the most up-to-date JSPWiki FAQ
- Look for additional plugins, templates, filters, providers, or other cool stuff.
Happy hacking, and thanks for choosing JSPWiki!
When editing pages just keep the following rules in mind:
- Be nice - don't be rude or offensive.
- Write in a way that is easy to understand and avoid local slang or phrases. Many of those who will read your text may not have English as their first language.
- Don't delete other people's contributions (unless you know what you are doing)
- Don't use too many acronyms (or at least, have a page explaining them)
- Avoid the "click here" phrase!! Don't say: "More info about etiquette can be found here" but use "More info about etiquette can be found in the TextFormattingRules". I'd suggest avoiding it for external links as well.
- Contribute only original stuff. Links are fine, but don't cut-and-paste from copyrighted things.
- Correcting typos is quite okay - in fact, it's a very good habit, since it makes the web page more readable.
- It is preferred that you sign your comments with your name (or handle). It is common to perpend the signature with '--' like this: -- Janne Jalkanen (While you're at it, you are free to create your own wikipage and tell us about yourself.)
- A good way is also to put your name first, like this: Janne Jalkanen : I'd like to say that...
- Think before you comment. WikiWiki is not a high-speed conversation board. It's not a news server either. What you say will stay here forever (if you delete your comment, it is still in the previous version of the page) for everyone to see and comment.
- A good WikiName is short and descriptive. If the name is logical and easy many more people will link to it.
- Although you can take a whole sentence and crunch it up to make a WikiName, it is better style to restrain it to at most 5 words.
- Instead, try to use WikiNames like you would use as chapter titles in a book.
- This Wiki allows you to create pages with a single word as a name, but try to use at least two words - we don't want to exhaust the name space :-).
- Double-check WikiNames for typos - otherwise someone will create a misnamed page! Misnamed pages are bad, since linking to them requires more effort than to a logical, correct WikiName.
(Thanks to Sensei's library for this initial text.)
One Minute Wiki#
Hiya! And welcome to Wiki#
WikiWiki is Hawaiian and means "quick". The original idea of WikiWiki was to create a collaborative, fast environment which would still be persistent.
When editing, you can easily create (and you should create) hyperlinks by just putting the word in square brackets, [like this]. If the page you are referring to does not exist, the resulting page will show the name underlined, with a following question mark.
WikiNames that contain spaces or underscores are crushed together and capitalized, so that [This is a link] becomes [ThisIsALink].
Wiki is and should be simple. This is why there is no need for complex HTML. You can get some effects, such as bold text and italics, but nothing very complex. Layout is the problem of the Wiki itself.
- For all of the Wiki markup features, see TextFormattingRules.
- Entry point for full JSPWikiDocumentation
- External link to JSPWiki 2.8 New Features.
Good luck, and thanks for choosing JSPWiki!