File-System Data Storage
ScrewTurn Wiki 188.8.131.520, pre-configured for storing data on the local file-system. Optimized for easy deployment and for low-traffic, single-server wikis.
SQL Server Data Storage
ScrewTurn Wiki 184.108.40.2060, pre-configured for storing data in a SQL Server database. Optimized for high-traffic wikis and for web farms.
Microsoft Web Platform Installer
ScrewTurn Wiki 220.127.116.110, available via the Microsoft WebPI.
Source code of ScrewTurn Wiki 18.104.22.1680: Visual Studio 2010 solution, MSBuild script, reference documentation (CHM).
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- Brazilian Portuguese *
- Simplified Chinese
- Traditional Chinese
Supported IIS Versions
- IIS 5.1 (Windows XP)
- IIS 6 (Windows Server 2003)
- IIS 7 (Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008)
- IIS 7.5 (Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2)
Microsoft ASP.NET 3.5 SP1 is required. For IIS 7+, Classic and Integrated ASP.NET pipelines are both supported.
Which Version Should I Use?
If your wiki will contain less than 150 pages edited by less than 50 users, you can opt for the File-System Data Storage
version because it's easier to setup. If your wiki will contain more pages, we suggest you to install the SQL Server Data Storage
Keep in mind that it is possible to migrate the data at any time to another storage provider, as described in the data migration
is released under the GNU General Public License (v2 only)
. You can use this software for free; you can also copy, distribute and modify it as long as you release it under the same GNU General Public License. Commercial
licenses are also available for purchase.
Our Mercurial repository is located at: http://bitbucket.org/screwturn/screwturn-wiki
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Did you know that ScrewTurn Wiki uses
to manage localization? It's the easiest way to handle the entire process and connects directly to your source code repository. Have a look at this 1-min video to learn more