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From Brian Burch <>
Subject Re: Integrating blog into a JSP website
Date Tue, 05 Mar 2013 08:03:48 GMT
On 05/03/13 07:16, André Warnier wrote:
> Sunil Shevante wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Is it possible to integrate a blog into my JSP website? Currently I
>> have manually created the directory structure within my war file.
>> My Site :
>> Also as a subquestion, how can we deploy latest contents on tomcat
>> within building the war file? Is there a way out? So that whenever I
>> have a new article, I can simply deploy the new article without
>> building the whole application.
>> Tomcat version 6.0.14.
> In very general terms, yes to all questions above.
> But maybe you want to search Google for examples about building websites
> with Java servlet containers, or Tomcat in particular.
> We cannot really help with that kind of questions here.  This is a list
> for people asking technical questions about Tomcat-specific issues, not
> really about general JSP-based website design.

If you haven't already invested a lot of effort in your wiki content, 
you might want to take a look at:

I've been using JSPWIKI successfully under tomcat for many years. It is 
packaged as a war file ready for deployment and there is a lot of 
experience in customising it. JSPWIKI has services to backout unwanted 
changes (this is basically a requirement of any wiki). However, the 
standard distribution comes with almost no content and you probably 
should keep your own content outside the war file and back it up externally.


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