From: JFC Morfin <jefsey(a)jefsey.com
* on different "bliks", i.e. these SQLite supported wikis, I need to
get the same page (a glossary) to be locally present. Is there a way
to maintain a page on a single SQLight wiki and to get it replicated
on others (I just need the current version of the page, not its history) ?
SQLite is not a multi-user database.
You *could* “replicate” it, which means make a copy, but that won’t allow any changes made
to be immediately seen by the other wikis.
It’s a bit of learning, but you might consider switching to MySQL, which is fully
multi-user, and which will allow instantly shared content, meaning you could set it up so
that any of your wikis could change the page, and that change be instantly seen by all the
You *could* set up a trigger that will make copies of that page whenever it is changed,
but with no PHP experience, it might also take a bit of learning.
From what you’ve said you want, I think switching to a multi-user database might buy you
more than patching in some one-page replication scheme.