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Q: Is there a security Mailing list?

Where would i head for security announcements? Is there a mailinglist to subscribe to to get notified of security issues, right away? I'd like to know as ubuntu doesn't have a well maintained and up to date package for jspwiki. So if i have jspwiki on a public accessible vserver i can't rely on apt/aptitude to keep my version ice machine up-to-date and secure yet. asdf

Q: How can I "Move" my entire wiki to a new server?

Our Dev team basically hijacked some server space and installed JSPWiki. Now I mave to move it elsewhere, and although the Dev team needs (wants) the wiki, none of them know how to setup a new one.

Q: How do I use sectional editing?_

As far as I understood most of brushedtemplate is now merged into jspwiki since 2.8. But I don't see a document layout in the plain text editor like here or a section edit link behind a Heading.

At first I tried to figure out what is wrong with my installation, but as I can't see the document structure when editing in the sandbox either I decided to post my question here. Sorry if this is missplaced here. I was not 100% sure where users are supposed to post their questions.

A: Depends on skin? For me it depends on the skin. If I choose ordered list for example i get the links to the sectional editing.

Q: I have two jspwiki sites &, Is it possible to merge those two sites into one? if yes, how to can we achieve?

Tomcat complains about jsp syntax with a runtime exception:

Q: At this moment the current tomcat version does not allow this jsp syntax: prefix="<%= rb.getString( "" )%>"

Instead it should be single quoted to allow nested values: prefix='<%= rb.getString( "" )%>'

Are there plans to upgrade jsp to this new standard?

Some info to be found at :

Recent Changes:

Q: How active is development? I see that the road map hasn't been updated since December, are there any timelines around it?

A: Please join the JSPWikiMailingList and find out...

Q: Is the wiki syntax 'plugin-able'? I have a ton of mediawiki formatted pages that I need to move over to JspWiki if we decide to go with this, and I am hoping to make it painless. (Alternatively, is there a conversion tool?)

A: There is no officially supported conversion tool, but perhaps someone on the mailing lists has done this? We would very much welcome conversion tools.

Q: How would i modify the server time zone?i need Beijing time but not London time,how to make it?thanks for your help

A: Change the timezone of your server operating system.

Q: How would I modify the main tabs (Edit, Attach, Info)? (Particularly adding a new one.) Is this done in the Template? Is there a tutorial available that explains how to do this?

A: It is done in the template. Look for the <wiki:Tab> -tag. It is not particularly difficult to figure out how it works.

Simon Carr - For new JSPWiki users the above question is valid and would be really useful if there was a brief tutorial somewhere

Q: I need to implement the following function by form in jspwiki:

display area

form area

When I submit the form, the message from the form will be displayed in the display area. At the same time, this page should be updated with the added text. That is to say, next time when I enter this page, the previous added element will still in the display area.

I see that the current CurrentTimePlugin only display the time without saving the text. I also found a TasksFormHandler plugin. It will save the added content into a new page with a link in this page. But this link is also not saved so we still can not get it when I return next time.

Is there anyone who knows an exist plugin which can achieve this function, or have any idea on how to write a plugin for it? --Ruimin(,21-11-07.

Q: Can I have multiple copies of JSPWiki running on the same machine?

A: Yes, in a way at least. I have found a sort of work around to make this possible. I have done this on Windows XP and it seems to work ok so hope it works for you.

01. Install Apache HTTP Server to "C:\Apache2.2"

02. Install Java 1.5 to default directory

03. Install Apache Tomcat 5.5 to "C:\Tomcat 5.5"

04. Install JSPWiki to a file on the desktop (makes it easy to find)

05. Copy and paste JSPWiki.war to "C:\Tomcat 5.5\webapps"

06. This should now work. Confim by typing in "localhost:8080\JSPWiki" or "\JSPWiki" in a web browser

07. Create another copy of the JSPWiki.war and rename it to the filename you want. For this example it will be "ITSupport.war"

08. Cut and paste it into the directory "C:\Tomcat 5.5\webapps", same as the last one and test that it works by typing in "localhost:8080\ITSupport" in a web browser. It should open up to the same wiki as the JSPWiki default one does.

10. Create a folder namded "q" in "C:\"

11. Go to "C:\Tomcat 5.5\webapps\ITSupport\WEB-INF" and open file using notepad

12. Find the lines: jspwiki.fileSystemProvider.pageDir = /p/web/www-data/jspwiki/
jspwiki.basicAttachmentProvider.storageDir = /p/web/www-data/jspwiki/

and change the p so it is now a q like below:
jspwiki.fileSystemProvider.pageDir = /q/web/www-data/jspwiki/
jspwiki.basicAttachmentProvider.storageDir = /q/web/www-data/jspwiki/

13. Restart Tomcat and you should now have two wikis running on the same machine :) ie: "localhost:8080\JSPWiki" and "localhost:8080\ITSupport" best weight loss pills

Q: How to create a link from TabSection to Left menu?( such that when an user clicks on the particular tab section the appropriate section should be dispalyed in the left menu of the page.) --Praveen (,21-11-07.

Q: How Can I read values from a form, I need to do a form, that submit two values and add the fields in a table? Please help me

Q: How to remove attached file?

A: When your logged in with the proper role you will have a "Delete" button under the "Actions" column of the "Attach" tab. You can be logged in as an administrator or modify your jspwiki.policy file to give delete permissions to any role you wish. Thanks --Kris Glover

Q: I put serveral microsoft sharedrive path in the wiki page, like

but I can't create a wiki link like
it shows as TAD, is there any workaround or method to enable such links , it's quite annoying to copy and paste the links every time

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A: Nope, modern versions of web browsers will not allow the sharedrive links to be opened due to security reasons.

Keith Mashinter: I've had some success with file: links using extra forward slashes, e.g. file://server/share/folder/ or file://///server/share/folder/ ,
where sometimes the extra slashes make it work although I'm not sure of the circumstances.

Q: I developed some plugins for my JSPWiki, and right now im stuck at trying to make the first of these plugins generate a table with links pointing to another page with a second plugin.

The problem is that the first plugin works fine, but the second one would require a parameter (as to know which link was clicked). So how can i pass this parameter to a wikipage?

i was thinking of something that passes on a parameter to a normal wiki page which can then take that parameter and pass it on to a plugin

Ramiro KollmannspergerDr Susan Lim

A: There are many ways to do that. One easy trick would be to store the information inside the HttpSession. Another trick is that plugins can get the HTTP Parameters by accessing the HttpRequest via WikiContext.getHttpRequest().

Q: How can I disable anonymous users from editing the wiki? Everybody can browse any page but changing one requires login.Is this possible

A: You can do this by editing the jspwiki.policy file, you can comment out the edit permission for the Anonymous Role like this:

grant signedBy "jspwiki", 
  principal com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.authorize.Role "Anonymous" {
    permission com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.PagePermission "*:*", "view";
//    permission com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.PagePermission "*:*", "edit";
//    permission com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.WikiPermission "*", "createPages";
    permission com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.WikiPermission "*", "editPreferences";
    permission com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.WikiPermission "*", "editProfile";
    permission com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.WikiPermission "*", "login";

Q: How can I force wiki users first be authenticated without access to any page of wiki except Login screen?

A: You do this by changing your jspwiki.policy in your /<webapp>/WEB-INF directory. You should change the permissions granted to the Roles "Anonymous" and "Authenticated" to this:

grant signedBy "jspwiki", 
  principal com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.authorize.Role "Anonymous" {
    permission com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.WikiPermission "*", "login";

grant signedBy "jspwiki",
  principal com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.authorize.Role "Asserted" {
    permission com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.WikiPermission "*", "login";

However, users can still see the main page for some reason by typing in http://<your_host>/<JSPWiki app name> (note: <JSPWiki app name> by default is JSPWiki.

Also, this does not seem to work if ShortViewURLConstructor (i'm assuming ShortURLConstructor too) is used. I seem to get redirecting errors when it tries to redirect to the login page.

Q: Can i use RSS with wikis which require authentication?

Q: Can we have RSS for a specific page, for instance a Category page? (this would be useful if someone shows interesting in some pages... it's like a "watch this page" feature.

A: Yes, it's available already on the "Page Info" page on 2.4. Or you can just use autodiscovery.

Q: I would like to have a page with a list of pages to "watch" and then have in my homepage a list of those pages that were updated... is there some way to do this?

Q: We've set up several separate project wikis we would like to search from one central "portal" wiki. Are there any developments enabling this searching of multiple wikis from one search box?

A: At the moment you need to write your own search tool for that, I'm afraid :-/. I think this may be something that needs to be discussed on MultiWikiDevelopment.

Q: How do you get your name or IP address instead of "unknown" to show up in the "Recent Changes" page?

A: Click on Set Preferences in the Left Menu. You can put your name there and it should show up. Are you running a VersioningFileProvider so you can track recent changes?

Q: Breadcrumb trail - JSPWiki.jar is shared by all webapps on tomcat, and the breadcrumbs tag isn't leaving a trail. Any ideas?

Q: IP address - How to get IP address as a user preference set by default? Mine is blank.....((

Q: I've developed a template and the "sign in" feature works fine, but how does one implement a "sign out" button? I'm a bit stumped.

Q: I'm currently looking at creating a multi-wiki implementation that has different public and private requirements. Is there one authentification approach that could be used across all three wikis, or will I have to mix-and-match?

Q: Is it possible to run JSPWiki on a jboss load balanced cluster ? Can the VersioningFileProvider handle concurrent updates ? On the page is a attachment JBoss-Apache%20Configuration.txt that could not be opened.

Q: Is there a way to download the documentation all at once and not saving a page at a time? I'd like to read when I'm not near the net.

Is the right place for questions?


--Anthony Petrillo, 08-Apr-2006

A: The documentation is available in the JSPWiki download package, under

-- JanneJalkanen

Q: I'd like to put a table of contents on each page, but I want to display it in the PageContent.jsp. Is there a <wiki:>-Tag for displaying the table of contents other than using [{TableOfContents }] within the page (I want to put the toc elsewhere, not on top of the text).

--AnonymousCoward, 09-May-2006

A: Check out the PluginTag.

-- JanneJalkanen


--Murali Krishna, 05-Jun-2006

-- Christian, 08-Jun-2006

Q: Can you hook up the wiki to a database rather than files?

Q: How do you back up the Wiki? Do you backup the whole directory? Any suggestions to automate this?

Q:How can I create a new page?

--jacklujiong, 09-Jun-2006

A: I don't think you can create a new page on its own. You always create a link on the page form where you want to link to the new page. Enclose the the word that should be the link in square brackets [new page] (done in edit mode). This will create a link in view mode and when you click on it it creates that missing page for you. Magic! -- Christian , 09-Jun-2006.

Q: How to Allow Only Administrator Create User Accounts?

Q: I cannot seem to get the User Preference link to appear on the left menu. I installed as per latest version and it did not come up.

--AnonymousCoward, 31-Oct-2006

A: It's just a link. Add

in your LeftMenu page.

-- JanneJalkanen, 31-Oct-2006

Q: I added the UserPreferences link to the left page and it comes up with the page and a box with my pc ip address in the User name. I type in a name and press the Set My Preferences button and the user name just reverts back to the ip address again. did i miss a step somewhere.

--AnonymousCoward, 01-Nov-2006

A: Type in your name with no spaces such as 'AnonymousCoward' not 'Anonymous Coward'. -08/31/2007

Q: is it possible to reset RecentChanges somehow ?
-- HerbertFilip, 03-Nov-2006

Q: How to add a link from wiki to jsp page? Ram

A: You just demonstrated that with your "mailto" -- it's the same principal. You create a link that has a complete URL. E.g.:


-Scott deBeaubien Scotty 10-Jul-2009

Q: Is it possible to create a drop down menu in this jspwiki?


Q: Is it possible to have moderation in jspwiki?

--AnonymousCoward, 14-Feb-2007

A: While I understand the concept of moderation I'm not sure what you mean by it in the context of a wiki. Are you suggesting that every single edit would need to be vetted by a wiki admin? Not to go into what a nightmare that would be, but I'm curious to understand how you see (workflow-wise) this would work.

-- MurrayAltheim

A: Murry, both Sharepoint and Confluence allow moderation in the sense that if someone makes a change that is not acceptable, the moderator can log in and roll back to the previous version. It would be a really good enhancement to have that functionality.

-- Brian Nettles, 1-Dec-2007

Q: hi...i couldn't create a menu tree or a jspwiki tree in my jspwiki application. please guide me through! --Pr

Q: I want to put the JspWiki to the Eclipse ,compily and run it,but I can not do it.If I put the jspwiki.war into the tomcat/webapps ,the project can run correctly! Beacause I want to add the jspwiki to another project,I need to keep the user information in two project the same,so I want to debug the jspwiki,but I can not! I hope your help! project Back to CategoryOfficialDocumentation, or CategoryDocumentation

Q: hi. I have my own website. Is it possible to link JSPWiki with my website. Also, I want to know how can use the credentials captured in my website to restrict the unauthorised users on JSP Wiki

Q:Is there a way to include in a page the creator name of the page?

--Tom G, 14-Mar-2007

Q:Is there a way to implement variable text so that information repeated on several pages could be changed by updating a central database?

By this one would be able to have pricing information spread out across different pages, but only need to update a single page/database to change the information on those dozens or even hundreds of pages. Think excel cell referencing in wiki form.

--micahg, 19-Mar-2007

A: You can use the section parameter with the TranscludePlugin to provide just a single section of content anywhere on the wiki. You could then edit the text in one place and it could be transcluded any number of times on any other page. You could have one single page be the source of your transclusions or grab text from anywhere and everywhere.

-- MurrayAltheim, 20-Mar-2007

RE: Thanks for the information Murray. I see how I can duplicate pages and possibly sections. Would this function allow me to duplicate individual words, phrases or numeric values?

--micahg, 21-Mar-2007

A: No, I think with that you'd be getting way beyond the realm of a wiki. It'd certainly be possible by creating a plugin that did some kind of database lookup, perhaps even a database maintained on a page. But currently nothing like that exists. It could be done, say, with a two column table, first column is key, second data, with the plugin reading in the table and creating a Java Hashtable from that, the plugin just querying the Hashtable by key. Not too difficult to do, but not currently available (to my knowledge). The other way to do queries is via something like XPath, but that relies on some knowledge of the XHTML structure of the document and my guess is that'd be expensive, unreliable, and prone to problems. Wiki is meant to be simple, that'd not be simple.

-- MurrayAltheim, 22-Mar-2007

RE: Yes, I am starting to think what I want to do might be a bit out of the scope of a wiki. I am trying to wrap my head around setting up a wiki at work, and one of the big challenges I see is updating information when thing change (pricing, staff ect...) If I could use excel-like references, changing the name of manager on dozens of pages could be done by changing it in one place, and those dozens of other pages just referring to that changed cell.

--micahg, 22-Mar-2007

A: You could use the WikiVariables and set them in your file. It's a bit clunky, but it would work. --JanneJalkanen, 22-Mar-2007

RE: Thats certainly the idea! Why couldn't WikiVariables look up information in a database or excel sheet? When using a wiki to be a reference tool in a corporate environment, a great tool would to be able to keep all your pricing information in one place, and just have any page discussing that product be able to reference that price.

--micahg, 22-Mar-2007

A: I think if you try to overload WikiVariables it's really going to bite you in the end. You can make the plugin name as short as you like so there's not much added syntax. It's really asking a lot of WikiVariables to define one for every field of every record in your database. That just sounds like a recipe for disaster.

WikiVariables are basically just references to a subset of the variables or properties that have been defined within the wiki engine's environment. They exist within a specific namespace, and there's no query involved, it's just a simple reference to a named variable. What you're talking about is a query into a full-fledged database, and that should probably be handled as such if there's going to be a lot of different items in the database. You wouldn't then be stepping on an existing namespace (e.g., where a query key for one of your objects overlaps the name of an existing WikiVariable), and your queries can then be decoupled from the provider of the results. I'd again suggest using a plugin that does the lookup, the plugin doing a database query on your existing database provider. The syntax doesn't have to be complicated, though if your users are already familiar with an existing query language (such as SQL) your plugin would just pass that query along to the database directly, e.g., where your plugin is named "DB":

[{DB query='SELECT * FROM books WHERE price > 100.00 ORDER BY title' }]

-- MurrayAltheim, 23-Mar-2007

RE: Thanks to everyone for the great advice. This is a new field I'm delving into, and one of the first challenges is always determining what is, and is not possible with a given technology. Maybe it is time to just consider a new way to structure my data, rather than bending the rules to fit that structure. Keep up the great work, I'm happy to see such wonderful tools available with such incredible support.

--micahg, 23-Mar-2007

A: If you have a small amount of data, and WikiVariables will keep you going. If you have a massive amount of data, a custom WikiPlugin is the way to go!

By the way, allowing direct SQL code is a serious security hazard, as it allows SQL injection attacks. It's okay for internal use, but never, ever put it on a page where non-trusted users can edit it!

--JanneJalkanen, 23-Mar-2007

Q: Why all jspwiki pages cannot find, when i deployed the jspwiki.war on weblogic?

--Karen, 20-April-2007

A: Did you install the default wiki pages from the "" file? Also check that these pages are in the directory defined by the jspwiki.fileSystemProvider.pageDir option in your $JSPWiki_Home/WEB-INF/ file.

--David Au

RE: Yes, I have defined the jspwiki.fileSystemProvider.pageDir=../jspwiki/files/.But all the page used <wiki:linkTo> accessed, can not find(404 exception). I also found the jspwiki/file is created, but nothing in this directory. So whether jspwiki cannot be deployed by .war on weblogic.By the way, the application server is IBM P520, OS is AIX. Is there any other solution?

--Karen, 23-April-2007

A: If your "../jspwiki/files/" directory is empty, then that means you have not unzipped the contents of the file to the directory yet. As for 404 errors, I can only guess that it has something to do with the jspwiki.urlConstructor or the jspwiki.baseURL options. I would recommend leaving these as the defaults just to get JSPWiki working first.

--David Au, 23-Apr-2007

Q: Is it possible to link to a folder on a Network drive from a Wiki Page

--AnonymousCoward, 27-Apr-2007

A: It's possible to create a link using the file: protocol, but browser security will prevent it from working. See the links on the BugLinksToFilesystemDoesnTWork page for more info.

--David Au, 27-Apr-2007

Q: Why I failed to upload attachment?
I defined the property jspwiki.baseURL=/workbench/base/JSPWiki/,but when I upload attachment, the error showed "The requested resource (/workbench/base/JSPWiki/attach) is not available."(404 error).Why cannot commit the request to AttachmentServlet, but find the directory?

--Karen, 28-Apr-2007

Q: How can I create a new page using API/Pulgin/SOAP . I want to create new page when external system call jspWIKI.

A: Use WikiEngine.saveText() method from a plugin. The NewPageHandler (or the BugReportHandler) source code should give you a good set of examples.

Q: Is there anyway to tag a whole bunch of pages with a version-tag, such as the CVS operation "tag as version"?

--RicardoCavalcanti, 09-Aug-2007 FRAN

A: There is no explicit "tagging" functionality, but what might be useful is creating a wikiLink to one page, and use the ReferringPagesPlugin on that page to see what pages are referring to that page.

--HarryMetske, 03-Sep-2007

Q: how to solve this problem? "JSPWiki has detected an error Error Message Attempt to post from a different IP address than where the page was originally fetched. An unknown error was caught by Error.jsp Exception java.lang.Exception Place where detected org.apache.jsp.Error_jsp._jspService(), line 109 " thank you!

--AnonymousCoward, 12-Sep-2007

A: Simple. Stop being a bot or using rotating proxies.

-- JanneJalkanen

Q: I am a beginner and I have just downloaded JSP Wiki. I would like to create a set of forms (a template perhaps), with which I can enter data into an MS Access database. How do I do that ? --Harbhai (, 21-sep-2007


Q: How can I define a text, which is allways shown in the content of the 'new page' view? I would like to ensure, that [{Namespace}] is added to every new page, which will be created by the users of my wiki. Robert, 20-12-2007

A: There's no default templating ability, I'm afraid right now. It should be an easy enough modification to Edit.jsp, though...

Q: How to Configure jspwiki with ldap using jaas.Kindly let us know as soon as possible as we hang up becoz of

A: (Solved). Please refer to document WebContainerAuthenticationViaLDAP for details.

Q: I am curious as to why Glassfish V2 and/or Sun Java System Application Server do not show up in the list of viable Servlet Containers in which JSPWiki can be installed.

--AnonymousCoward, 20-Jan-2008

A: Because nobody has added them. It's a wiki - if you have experience in them being viable alternatives, please do let us know!

-- JanneJalkanen, 20-Jan-2008

Q: Hello, I have what may be an odd question. We want to pull some information off of our wiki and publish the information to a different service automatically. I would like to do this without writing my own code to parse the Wiki markup in the .txt files. So I was curious if there was an easy (or hard) way of getting at the parsed DOM of a Wiki page (the WikiDocument object). If I could get the parsed DOM of a wiki page, then we could apply an XSLT to style it out to a different format no deposit casino bonus codes. I am comfortable with modifying the Wiki source, so if there is no easy way, could you give me a couple pointers on where I would start modifying the source? Thanks,

-- Ryan Sawatzky, 08-May-2008

Q: How can i add some youtube code to display a video? i tried but spamfilter blocked me.

--chinch, 14-May-2008

A: Create your own plugin.

--JanneJalkanen, 14-May-2008

Q: How can I escape the double backslash sequence of characters when referencing a Windows network drive? The double backslash sequence is used for a new line.

A: I answered my own question. Put a tilde (~) character before the double backslash!

--Chris 27-Aug-2008

Q: i need to put my context.xml in the meta-inf dir. what changes i need to do in the build.xml in order to get meta-inf/contect.xml in the war file?

--yosih, 13-נוב-2008 20:12

Q: How do I change a string in all pages? Location of some resource changed. How do I change this link in all pages? Q: How do I change a string in all pages?

--Vad, 02-Dec-2008 07:18


[ ! -d $BPATH ] && mkdir -p $BPATH || :
for f in $DPATH
  if [ -f $f -a -r $f ]; then
    /bin/cp -f $f $BPATH
   sed "s/$OLD/$NEW/g" "$f" > $TFILE && mv $TFILE "$f"
   echo "Error: Cannot read $f"
/bin/rm $TFILE
Note: /var/www/jspwiki/pages is a custom spot I put my pages in. -- Stone Brooks

Q: How do I get a link in [brackets] to open in a new browser window/tab (i.e. target="_blank") --Robert May 21 2009

A: Like this. The code is below

[Like this||target='_blank']
A: further - unlike HTML, it is important to use single ' around _blank as " doubles won't work.

Q: I have configured jspwiki as WebContainerAuthorizer and JDBCPageProvider ...We have certain roles defined in web.xml and other places such Admin etc for Access Control. Now I need two define 2 pages using anonymous access. User need not require to login this case. Can we and How can we ?


--AnonymousCoward, 21-三月-2010 10:40

Q: Is there a way to export data written on a wiki Page into a Word Sheet or an Excel Document?

Q:I down load (JSPWiki2.8.3+Tomcat6.0.28+JDK6.0) and install OK in windows Xp,after that I login with IE browse,but my page still stay here let me login and does not tell any error, so I think It may be the problem of IE , I try to use FireFox to login ,as a result It is OK,the page jump to my own Page which has been authenticated. Is any one can tell me why and what can I do to make it OK with IE?thanks a lot.
我下载了(JSPWiki2.8.3+Tomcat6.0.28+JDK6.0),安装在Windows Xp上,当我用IE浏览器登录后,页面并没有跳转到我的页面而是还停留在那让我登录,所有我怀疑是IE的问题,所有我用Firefox登录,发现问题解决了,可以正常登陆。请高手指点如何设置可以用IE正常登录?不慎感激!

--Ham_Gao, 18-Apr-2010 14:41

Q:Has anyone of you succesfully installed JSPWiki 2.8.3 under Glassfish v3 using JAAS container based authentication?? Tried everything using bits of information found here and there (a complete 2.8 install document is not available)... I created a custom realm (filebased) under Glassfish, uncommented the jspwiki web.xml security rules but still not succesfull, see the glassfish error log below
[#|2010-07-12T20:30:48.640+0200|INFO|glassfish3.0.1||_ThreadID=33;_ThreadName=Thread-1;|JACC Policy Provider: Failed Permission Check, context(JSPWiki/JSPWiki)- permission(("com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.AllPermission","JSPWiki"))|#]

[#|2010-07-12T20:30:48.640+0200|INFO|glassfish3.0.1||_ThreadID=33;_ThreadName=Thread-1;|JACC Policy Provider: Failed Permission Check, context(JSPWiki/JSPWiki)- permission(("com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.WikiPermission","JSPWiki","editprofile"))|#]

[#|2010-07-12T20:30:48.640+0200|INFO|glassfish3.0.1||_ThreadID=33;_ThreadName=Thread-1;|JACC Policy Provider: Failed Permission Check, context(JSPWiki/JSPWiki)- permission(("com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.AllPermission","JSPWiki"))|#]

[#|2010-07-12T20:30:48.640+0200|INFO|glassfish3.0.1||_ThreadID=33;_ThreadName=Thread-1;|JACC Policy Provider: Failed Permission Check, context(JSPWiki/JSPWiki)- permission(("com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.WikiPermission","JSPWiki","editprofile"))|#]

[#|2010-07-12T20:30:48.640+0200|INFO|glassfish3.0.1||_ThreadID=33;_ThreadName=Thread-1;|JACC Policy Provider: Failed Permission Check, context(JSPWiki/JSPWiki)- permission(("com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.AllPermission","JSPWiki"))|#]

[#|2010-07-12T20:30:48.640+0200|INFO|glassfish3.0.1||_ThreadID=33;_ThreadName=Thread-1;|JACC Policy Provider: Failed Permission Check, context(JSPWiki/JSPWiki)- permission(("com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.WikiPermission","JSPWiki","editprofile"))|#]

[#|2010-07-12T20:30:48.671+0200|INFO|glassfish3.0.1||_ThreadID=33;_ThreadName=Thread-1;|JACC Policy Provider: Failed Permission Check, context(JSPWiki/JSPWiki)- permission(("com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.AllPermission","JSPWiki"))|#]

[#|2010-07-12T20:30:48.671+0200|INFO|glassfish3.0.1||_ThreadID=33;_ThreadName=Thread-1;|JACC Policy Provider: Failed Permission Check, context(JSPWiki/JSPWiki)- permission(("com.ecyrd.jspwiki.auth.permissions.WikiPermission","JSPWiki","creategroups"))|#]

Any hints or experience??
--Robin, 12-Jul-2010 20:46

I have the exact same thing happening to me. --Todd 16-AUG-2010 same thing happening to me. --Sanjay 03-Mar-2011

Q:I have a web application war in which there are some jsp and servlets, is it possible to involve the app into jspwiki?
--Lavar, 3-Nov-2010
Q:Hello, I have some trouble with the preview function using WikiWizard. I use https, static pages delivered by an apache and all jsp's redirected to a glassfish. All works fine, editing the page and saving it, only the preview creates a non-ssl link. And this link does not work without using https. Why is this non-ssl link created? Is there anything to configure? Thanks for help A:Solved: was a redirecting problem with a proxy server
Q:I have a requirement to open a pre-defined/pre-formatted/templated page the click on a link on the page. There is a table of links. On the click of each link, the pre-defined page should pop-up which the person editing can then go and modify minimally. Is there an option for this feature in WikiForms? Thanks for your help.
--Amie, 13-Dec-2010

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