Sometimes you want to run multiple Wiki instances, for example one for each project you're managing. The projects have different members and different requirements; perhaps even different access rules.
Here's how you set up multiple wiki-instances:
Let us say that your main wiki instance is called ~GobbleWiki, because your company is called "Gobble Inc", and this is your intranet. You are using Tomcat, and you have installed it in /opt/tomcat. You have already set up the ~GobbleWiki directory, and customized your jspwiki.properties.
Now, you have a new project called "Zorp", and you want to establish a "~ZorpWiki" for it. Do as follows:
Put the following in the /opt/tomcat/conf/server.xml file, within your <Host> -section.
<Context path="/ZorpWiki" docBase="GobbleWiki.war" debug="0"> <Parameter name="jspwiki.propertyfile" value="/opt/tomcat/conf/ZorpWiki.properties" override="false"/> </Context>
Take a copy of the GobbleWiki/WEB-INF/jspwiki.properties -file, and put it in /opt/tomcat/conf/ZorpWiki.properties. Then edit it at will. You definitely want to change the following properties (at least):
- jspwiki.fileSystemProvider.pageDir (or whichever provider you're using)
- jspwiki.basicAttachmentProvider.storageDir (or whichever provider you're using)
- log4j.appender.~FileLog.File (if you're using log4j file logger)
Upgrading to new version of JSPWiki#
Just drop the new "JSPWiki.war" into place as "~GobbleWiki.war". The ~ZorpWiki should then be automatically able to pick it up.
Is there a context parameter for the jspwiki.policy file too, and if yes, what's its name ?
What I want to do, is to point to same external jspwiki.policy file and not use the default one located in the WEB-INF directory
--ChristianLerch, 23-Sep-2010 11:05