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From Janne Jalkanen <>
Subject Re: Can you update a JSPWiki page from outside the JSPWiki application?
Date Mon, 07 Dec 2009 09:26:23 GMT

Yes, they should be.  Again, since Lucene has its own update queue,  
which is not run immediately, it may take a few seconds for the  
results to update.


On Dec 6, 2009, at 23:19 , Maduranga Kannangara wrote:

> When you do changes to a certain page, directly from file system,  
> does the Lucene indexes get updated?
> i.e.: Does search results change, reflecting new changes?
> Thanks
> Madu
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Frank.Fitch@Sun.COM [mailto:Frank.Fitch@Sun.COM]
> Sent: Saturday, 5 December 2009 4:02 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: Can you update a JSPWiki page from outside the JSPWiki  
> application?
> Carlson, Eric R wrote:
>> 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?
> Yes. I do it all the time.
> Just create the page content with the wiki source syntax (or good  
> old html if your wiki has html enabled). Copy the page into the
> wiki content dir.
> You can modify an existing page or create new pages this way. If you  
> create a new page, be sure the file name starts with an upper
> case letter and ends with ".txt". this is required because of a flaw  
> in the wiki.
> The wiki recognizes the changes immediately.
> You may want to make it clear in the source code comments and the  
> page content that the page is automatically generated from an
> external source. Your colleagues may become annoyed if their changes  
> disappear. :)
> Regards,
> -Frank

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