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* You should be able to just install the JSP files (top-level and
the default template), and the set of JAR files.
Copying is done from the new distribution to $JSPWIKI_HOME, the place where the old JSPWiki version is installed.
* Install the JSP files (top-level and
the default template)
** Copy all top-level JSP files (Wiki.jsp, Edit.jsp, etc) to $JSPWIKI_HOME/
** Copy all default template JSP files to $JSPWIKI_HOME/MyDefault
* Install the set of JAR files.
** Copy all of the .jar -files into your $JSPWIKI_HOME/WEB-INF/lib
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!!Merge or copy?
!!From 2.x.y to 2.x.z merge or copy?
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The ReleaseNotes suggest that you make a brand new install and copy your old configuration over it.
You should consider merging files and directories instead. Merging is better then copying. A simple copy may cause you to loose any new text or properties that might have been introduced.
All of the 2.x releases should be somewhat compatible with each other, so basically you'll just need to upgrade the files themselves.The ReleaseNotes suggest that you make a brand new install and copy your old configuration over it. You should consider merging files and directories instead. Merging is better then copying. A simple copy may cause you to loose any new text or properties that might have been introduced.
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Assume that $JSPWIKI_HOME denotes the place where the old JSPWiki version is installed. The following configuration files have typically been modified in the old version and need to be merged with the new files:
The following configuration files have typically been modified in the old version and need to be merged with the new files:
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*In JSPWiki 2.3+, JavaCryptographyArchitecture[JCA|http://java.sun.com/products/archive/j2se-eol.html]is used. If the jspwiki.jks file is missing, the server won't recognize the JSPWiki.jar file as secured. The JSPWiki.jar file is now signed so this step is crucial; failing to do so will cause the new security checks to fail.
*In JSPWiki 2.3+, JavaCryptographyArchitecture[JCA|http://java.sun.com/products/archive/j2se-eol.html]is used. If the jspwiki.jks file is missing, the server won't recognize the JSPWiki.jar file as secured. The JSPWiki.jar file is now signed so this step is crucial; failing to do so will cause the new security checks to fail. Make sure you've copied the Java [KeyStore|http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/java/security/KeyStore.html] file {{$JSPWIKI_BUILD_HOME/etc/jspwiki.jks}}) to the {{$JSPWIKI_HOME/WEB-INF}} directory on the server.
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!!From 2.x.y to 2.x.z
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All of the 2.x releases should be somewhat compatible with each other, so basically you'll just need to upgrade the files themselves.
* Copy all of the .jar -files from the new distribution into your $JSPWIKI_HOME/WEB-INF/lib
* Copy the jspwiki.tld file to $JSPWIKI_HOME/WEB-INF/
* Copy all of the main JSP files (Wiki.jsp, Edit.jsp, etc) to $JSPWIKI_HOME/
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