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Subject Re: Workgroup
Date Tue, 09 Dec 2008 18:07:39 GMT
>>chiefly persistence

This is the only reason we are not moving forward with our workflow 
solution.  Any chance the change is simple enough for me to port it into 


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Andrew Jaquith <> 
12/09/2008 01:05 PM
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Re: Workgroup

Hi -- I assume you meant "workflow."

At the moment, JSPWiki has built-in support for two workflows: 
approval of page edits, and approval of new user accounts. The file documents how to set these up.

Other workflows are limited only by  what you can imagine, and yes, 
require programming to achieve.

JSPWiki 3 will fix a bunch of underlying issues that are preventing 
workflow from being more widely used, chiefly persistence (or lack 
thereof) between webapp restarts.

In the meantime, the file should help you get 
started with what's already there.


On Dec 9, 2008, at 11:47, a2brute <> wrote:

> Hello --
>  I have been using jspWiki for about five years in two different 
> companies.  I'm running jspWiki 2.6.2 now, and I've seen "Workgroup" 
> under the "More..." menu.  Further investigation showed that this 
> could be a useful tool, but I can find no implementation 
> instructions outside of developer code.
>  How is this implemented?  Does it run under 2.6.2?
> Karl Hansen
> ----------
> "Reality?  Yeah, I've played that game --
> The plot *sucks*, but the graphics are awesome!"

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