- What is ODS Wiki?
- What is a WikiWord??
- How to edit a topic?
- How do I insert a graphic images or files using WYSIWYG?
- How do I link to other topics?
- How do I attach documents to a topic?
- How do I delete a Wiki topic?
- How do I rename a Wiki topic?
- How do I change the parent topic for a Wiki topic?
- Who can access my Wiki?
- How do I lock Main or my WikiHome? but allow sub topics to be edited?
- Can I publish my wiki on other formats?
- Can I subscribe to changes via an RSS or Atom feed?
- Where is the content in my Wiki stored?
- Does Wiki save all revisions of my wiki topics?
- How do I search Wiki?
- Can I change or customize the Wiki Skin?
- How do I view a global history or log of changes in Wiki?
- How do I upstream My Wiki?
- How can I change My Wiki Cluster Settings?
- What Web Services are supported?
- How can I create my own Wiki Cluster?
- Can I control the access to my Wiki articles?
- What kind of models my Wiki instance supports?
- Ho Do I Enable Cluster Versioning?
- Does Wiki support Articles Versioning?
ODS Wiki is an integrated collaborative web-based user interface that allows you to edit, delete, modify, store and share content using links known as WikiWords. ODS Wiki can be used to collaborate on documents, track projects and workflows, and build web sites, among other uses.
A WikiWord is a name or link to another topic or page in the wiki.
You can edit content by selecting the "Edit" link at the bottom of the topic and by entering test in the form provided. You can create or modify wiki content with the default or ODS WYSIWYG editor. Wiki fully supports Twiki-based markup and text formatting. A summary of this markup is provided on the edit screen for quick access.
Edit an existing wiki or create a new wiki topic and then select the WSYWIG editor. On the left hand menu enter in image class and URL or WebDAV? location containing the image and then select the "Insert image" button.
You can add links by adding Wikiwords or using Twiki markup to add a link.
Navigate to the wiki topic by searching for a topic; view a list of topics from the index or by clicking on a bread-crumb link. At the bottom of the desired topic, select the "Attach" Link. In the attach form enter the name of the file or select the "Browse" button to locate the file you want to attach, then select the file. Optionally add a check-mark to add a link in the wiki topic to this file or add a comment.
To delete a wiki topic navigate to the wiki topic and select the "Maintenance" link at the bottom. In the form provided review or change the topic name and select the "Delete" button, and then select the "Yes" button to confirm the topics deletion.
To rename a wiki topic navigate to the wiki topic and select the "Maintenance" link at the bottom. In the form provided review or change the topic name and select the "Rename" button, and then select the "Yes" button to confirm renaming the topic.
To change a wiki topic parent topic, navigate to the wiki topic and select the "Maintenance" link at the bottom. In the form provided review or change the topic name, choose from the list of available parent topics and select the "Set New Parent" button, then select the "Yes" button to confirm the topic change.
A Wiki instance can be set public, for ODS members or private during wiki creation or modified later through ODS application membership.
Any wiki topic can be locked from editing. To lock a wiki topic, navigate to the topic, select the edit link below and in the edit form select the "Preview" button, then click the "Save" button without marking the "Release Lock" check-box.
Yes, you can choose to publish the wiki as a web site or in Docbook format by selecting from the publishing options at the bottom of the topic.
Yes, wiki topics can be syndicated in RSS, Atom, and RDF formats.
All Wiki content is stored in WebDAV?. All wiki documents can be accessed via ODS Briefcase under DAV/dataspace/user/wiki/[instance].
Yes, ODS Wiki saves all revisions and tracks differences between edit versions. Versions can be viewed at the bottom by selecting the version number next the "Revisions" label on a given Wiki topic.
You can perform a simple keyword search on the search input field at the top. Optionally, you can select the Advanced link and enter a list of keyword, enter an expression or a list of tags. Search results include the Name, Size, Owner and Date of the matching wiki topics.
Yes, you can choose from a list of templates and skins by selecting the "Cluster Settings" link at the top. More information you can find here. Additional notes on refreshing new skin you can find here.
You can the view the "Change Log" by selecting the default parent [username]Wiki.WelcomeVisitors topic. The change log provides a list of topics, actions performed, change date and the name of the person who made the change. Other summary reports are available under the topic Main.WelcomeVisitors that includes the wiki owner, wiki members, a list of the top topics and contributors as well a summary of tagged information.
ODSWiki supports Atom based upstreaming. Any cluster can be configured to escalate any changes to one or several remote ODS Wiki instances. Detailed information and example you can find here.
There is special page implemented for this purpose: "Cluster Settings". More information you can find here.
Detailed information for the UI endpoint and wsdl location you can find here.
Every ODS user can create its own Wiki Cluster. For more information see here.
Yes. For more information see here.
By default the cluster versioning is set to on when creating the cluster. However, you can manually enable it.
Yes. Details for maintenance and sample scenario you can find here.