There's several options here
Include Macro. I'm using this on a site and it works great.
Include Pages Plugin, a fork of the Include Macro with more features.
Wiki Include Plugin. This may be more what you're looking for though as it's limited to just another wiki page, as opposed to the others supporting external URLs.
I know it's a long time after question was answered, but just to give more options to community:
You can also use plug-ins like EditTable for visual editing of tables (like in Microsoft Excel): https://www.dokuwiki.org/plugin:edittable
And the other options are listed here:
you can use modsecurity for apache, its an application firewall for HTTP, it protects against all kinds of attacks. its uses a signature/rule base mechanism and you can write your own rules.
I think you're putting the cart before the horse a bit here. The first thing I would do is come up with a list of the requirements you will be operating under due to policy, regulations, etc. It sounds like you need to have data encrypted at rest, and in flight, to start with, along with relatively fine-grained access control and significant capabilities ...
The Wiki service in Server.app uses PostgreSQL as a database. This just happened to me and I was able to fix it without restarting the server.
Turn off Wiki service in Server.app.
Verify that the postgresql instance serving the wiki service is not actually running:
% ps auwwx | grep postgr | grep teamserv
<should show no processes returned>
Try looking under
/Library/Server or /Library/Server/Wiki/FileData
(in the Finder, type Shift-command-g then paste in the above path)
This may help with the DB backup:
This will backup the PostgreSQL Database to the file /tmp/collab.pgdump
sudo ./pg_dump -h "/Library/Server/PostgreSQL For Server Services/Socket" --...
I suggest that you reread the Postgres documentation which as a list of SQL commands. I'm not sure why you don't want to read it. It is an entirely different DBMS than MySQL, so knowing MySQL doesn't mean that you should skip the standard, up-to-date, complete, and detailed documentation that Postgres makes available for free.
I can't speak to AD integration (though I believe it supports AD) but I would strongly suggest Dokuwiki. It allows you to manage permissions, users, etc using the interface. It also can be configured to use a variety of database solutions or it can use flat files in the directory tree.
Just ran into this problem and found the fix here:
Thursday, February 23, 2012, 4:52:47 PM, you wrote:
How I got into the situation of having more than one Site.EditForm, I
original with a virgin install you get Site.EditForm in the wikilib.d
folder. Once ...
I ran into this issue this morning. We are running a new SharePoint 2010 farm with heavily customized master page and page layouts. Each subsite was created as a Wiki Site and page creation was working fine using the [] notation. However I was the only person seeing the 'New Page' option in the Site Actions menu, nobody else could see it. I resolved it by ...
I'm sorry for not noticing this earlier.
there is a setting in http://foswiki.org/System/DefaultPreferences called NOAUTOLINK that you can set to turn off autolinking.
wrt just Email - yup, harder - monkey patching the core Foswiki::Render::_mailLink might be the most practical.
Don't use RULES, ever.
Don't ever call a view, from within a view.
Understand that the selectivity on a view, isn't that same as selectivity inside a view.
Views are mostly a bad idea if they're anything more than a thin veneer.
Postgresql COPY is brittle, less than it used to be, but get used to using a scripting language if you'll be working with a lot of ...