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How can we implement wiki in our application
can any one please help me with an example.
regards
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You could download one and add it to your application.
 
rammie singh
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Hi

thanks paul ...yaah i downloaded one and it's working fine..
But what if i want to develop my one Wiki for my own web page .....Is there any article which shows to write code for simple wiki.

i mean something like getting started with writing simple wiki code in java or step by step writing simple wiki code in java

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You're in luck - the developer of the Friki wiki -JavaRanch Sheriff Frank Carver- has taken the time to write a whole series of articles about its development. Search for "Friki" on this page. You can also see it in action as the FAQ section on this site
 
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Thanks Ulf
it's really exciting...and sounds intresting..i am going through all the articles.
hope fully i will be able to develop one wiki for my site.
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