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Best Practices on Delivering A Wiki Collaborative Solution for Enterprise Applications

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2 Author(s)
Soobaek Jang ; Innovation Technol. Group, IBM Corp., Southbury, CT ; Green, T.M.

Wikis have become a hot topic in the world of collaboration tools., a vast, community-driven encyclopedia, has proven to be an invaluable information resource that has been developed through collaboration among thousands of people around the world. Today wikis are increasingly being employed for a wide variety of uses in business. Consequently, one of the key challenges is to enable wikis to interoperate with informational and business process applications. The ability to dynamically change the content of Webpages and reflect the changes within an enterprise application brings the power of collaboration to business applications. This paper includes general information about wikis and describes how to use a wiki solution within an enterprise application. Integrating an enterprise application with a wild permits real-time updates of pages in the application by certain groups of experts, without deploying files from the Web application server

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Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing, 2006. CollaborateCom 2006. International Conference on

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17-20 Nov. 2006