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First off Hula isn't a plugin, it's a separate application that uses the XML-RPC feature of JSPWiki. I'm going from memory here, but as I recall, you just download Hula, and unzip it. Somewhere in there is a shell script (batch file) that you can use to start the email notification demonstration application. You pass various arguments to the app to tell it where your JSPWiki server is located, etc. It works, it's easy. I chose not to use it as I did not like having to run a separate application to get this feature. Further, it was written as an example of how to XML-RPC not necessarily production code. I wrote the EmailNotifierPlugin as use it for our intranet wiki's. You decide which is best for you. The EmailNotifierPlugin doesn't allow you to subscribe to specific page changes, it always reports all changes, further it has startup issues as it only starts after someone requests the page on which it is housed. The reporting all changes is not a big deal to me (obviously) and the startup issue is irratating but if you put the plugin on Main or ~LeftMenu it's not an issue (There's a difference between what page the plugin is on and the page it reads for subsccriptions). --JohnV
First off [Hula] isn't a plugin, it's a separate application that uses the XML-RPC feature of JSPWiki. I'm going from memory here, but as I recall, you just download Hula, and unzip it. Somewhere in there is a shell script (batch file) that you can use to start the email notification demonstration application. You pass various arguments to the app to tell it where your JSPWiki server is located, etc. It works, it's easy. I chose not to use it as I did not like having to run a separate application to get this feature. Further, it was written as an example of how to XML-RPC not necessarily production code. I wrote the EmailNotifierPlugin as use it for our intranet wiki's. You decide which is best for you. The EmailNotifierPlugin doesn't allow you to subscribe to specific page changes, it always reports all changes, further it has startup issues as it only starts after someone requests the page on which it is housed. The reporting all changes is not a big deal to me (obviously) and the startup issue is irratating but if you put the plugin on Main or ~LeftMenu it's not an issue (There's a difference between what page the plugin is on and the page it reads for subsccriptions). --JohnV
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5 30-May-2004 03:21 2.25 kB RogerAlexander to previous
4 31-Jan-2004 03:47 2.248 kB JohnVolkar to previous | to last
3 17-Jun-2003 06:01 2.253 kB 209.172.98.211 to previous | to last
2 17-Jun-2003 04:29 1.398 kB JohnVolkar to previous | to last
1 17-Jun-2003 02:14 0.176 kB 12.146.158.68 to last
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