Hi, I have an enterprise server hosting multiple closed wikis. All data collected from
specific page forms on wiki1 into articles in a specific namespace (say NSx) are required
to be copied/cloned/updated to another wiki (say, wiki2) into the same namespace. All
other pages in all other namespaces are to remain independent. --- The copy/clone/update
is to be one-way.. meaning that edits on pages in the NSx namespace of wiki2 will have no
impact on wiki1 and will be overwritten when new updates occur on an article in the Foo
namespace of wiki1.
So far I've been exploring what is possible using Hooks and with the "Push"
extension. I'm willing to invent/write my own solution for this, but first I was
hoping to see if A) anyone here knows of an existing solution to this need, and B) what
people think the best approach might be if it is to be taken up from scratch. I do have
the luxury of saying that both wikis are hosted on the same server and I have root access
to that server. I'm just not sure what the best approach is. Any insights and/or
recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
I'm playing with Push, but I'm also thinking that it might be ideal to make a
localhost hook extension which uses the "ArticleSaveComplete" Hook in wiki1 to
write the updated article content to wiki2 using the API and an bot account. Is this
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