In the default template, there is a box in the upper right corner of each page. You can type in your query and JSPWiki will perform a search. You may also go to the FindPage, which contains a short help, too.
JSPWiki search is powered by Lucene, a powerful search framework with lots of options. However, it does not work that well for some languages, so your admin may have disabled it and is using the JSPWiki built-in search.
See also: Lucene syntax.
JSPWiki has a page called Search Page Help, and you may edit it, too. The current contents are:
Use '+' to require a word, '-' to forbid a word. For example:
+java -emacs jsp
finds pages that MUST include the word "java", and MAY NOT include the word "emacs". Also, pages that contain the word "jsp" are ranked before the pages that don't.
All searches are case insensitive. If a page contains both forbidden and required keywords, it is not shown.
Click on Find! to perform a search. Click on Go! to go directly to the top result in the search.
StubArticle, needs documentation on the different fields that JSPWiki uses, as well as attachment searching.
what about searching Cyrillic texts?