Wiki engines programmed in Java.
Apache JSPWiki
JSP-based wiki with optional versioning, licensed under GPL.
Confluence
A professional wiki, written in J2EE, with enterprise features such as PDF export, page refactorings, tight email integration, RSS feeds, a full remote API in addition to all the normal wiki features.
Corendal Wiki
An open source wiki for the enterprise. Integrates with Active Directory and uses a WYSIWYG rich text editor. Site contains downloads, documentation, and development information.
JAMWiki
An open-source wiki engine implemented in Java. It uses the same syntax and offers many of the features of MediaWiki.
JOTWiki
A full feature, yet easy to use J2E based wiki engine, without any dependencies.
JSPWiki
An open source wiki engine built around standard JEE components (Java, servlets, JSP).
VeryQuickWiki
A deliberately lightweight JSP-based implementation.
XWiki
A Wiki with skins, plugins, XML/RPC remote API, portlet integration, statistics, RSS feeds, PDF exporting, and WYSIWYG editing.
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