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From "Carlson, Eric R" <>
Subject Can you update a JSPWiki page from outside the JSPWiki application?
Date Fri, 04 Dec 2009 16:26:46 GMT
Is it possible to update a page within JSPWiki from an application outside of JSPWiki and have
the new, modified page show up for JSPWiki users?

What I'm doing is using JSPWiki as a framework to deliver reports to users.  I have a page
that essentially shows a calendar with dates that have valid reports showing up as links,
and those that do not have valid reports showing up as un-clickable text.  This calendar page
consists of lots of inline HTML in a JSPWiki page, with links to individual JSPWiki pages
for each date.  Those individual 'date' pages consist of a list of links to the reports, which
are external to JSPWiki.

I have a routine to produce the reports on a daily basis and move them to their final destination
and I would like to automate the updating of the calendar to add each new date as I create
the reports, and to create a new 'date' page for the new reports.  The programming to update
the calendar and create the new date page are straightforward, and I don't need any help with
that.  I'm just wondering if JSPWiki will recognize the updated page, or if there is something
I need to do to refresh it.

Eric R. Carlson

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