Last Updated on: 11th December 2023, 02:36 pm
Web site: corendal.com/products/corendal-wiki (not active)
Platform: Linux, UNIX-like, Windows
License: GNU GPL
First release: 2005
Corendal – a wiki intranet application written in Java. It uses MySQL or Oracle and Tomcat. It integrates with Active Directory accounts and groups, features full text indexing, a Rich Text Editor and subscriptions.
– no wiki syntax to learn, a WYSIWYG rich text editor is used instead
– no user management is required. The application connects in REAL TIME with Active Directory to reuse accounts AND groups
– NTLM can be used to authenticate users. You can limit NTLM to ranges to IP addresses
– all articles have a hierarchy, keeping the content manageable.
– all articles have a clear and meaningful URL
– users can get notified of updates using a subscriptions mechanism. Notifications can be delivered immediately, daily or weekly
– several levels of read access settings can be selected. You can make a page readable by all, readable for a group of users, or even searchable only by a group of users
– several levels of write access settings can be selected. You can make a page freely updatable, require approval being publication, or blocked
– user proxies can be created
– full text search is available, with word suggestion for spelling errors. Sequences of words can be searched
– it works with Tomcat and MySQL, but works just as well with Oracle 10g and Oracle Application Server
– the layout can be customized (the application uses Velocity templates and CSS
The last version of Corendal 3.0.2 was released in 2010.