A JSPWiki plugin is a tool that can automate actions on wiki pages. The well known PageIndex or RecentChanges pages contain little more than a plugin! oooo The long formal form to insert a plugin in a wiki page is: At line 5 removed 28 lines [{INSERT <plugin class> WHERE <param1=value1>,<param2=value2>,...}] If a parameter contains spaces, you can use single quotes (') around the parameter. INSERT and WHERE are optional and can be omitted. JSPWiki lets you create your own plugins. These are just simply Java classes that implement the com.ecyrd.jspwiki.plugin.WikiPlugin interface and can be found from somewhere in your class path. The plugins work so that when you reference a plugin on a wiki page, the plugin is invoked and its output is inserted verbatim into the page.

JSPWiki Core Plugins#

Some of JSPWiki's features are implemented as plugins. These JSPWiki Core Plugins are available in all out-of-the-box installations.

Contributed Plugins#

Anyone can develop a test plugin, and some folks have been kind enough to list them here and provide either source-code or ready to use .class or .jar's. These Contributed Plugins require that you install them on your own wiki.

Concept Plugins#

Some ideas for plugins that could be developed. If one catches your attention take ownership of it and develop it into something that can be contributed. Or if you have an idea for a plugin that you'd like to see get developed document it here and maybe some kind soul will develop it for you.

Contributed Form Handlers#

WikiForm handlers are in fact plugins, but are intended to work closely with the WikiForms feature of JSPWiki.
Category Documentation See also WikiVariables

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