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Dear Experts,

I was giving the task to design or implement a type of wiki-page for our Mid Tier application support team. They support Apache, Tomcat, WebLogic, Oracle, etc...

We need a page that can document our "How To's" and a "cookbook" (solutions), bugs, errors,  etc...  

When looking at the choices for a template in SharePoint, I am wondering which is the best "site type". I see a wiki-page type but there are others that might be a better choice for this.

I need documents to be uploaded with our instructions for overlays, etc...

Ideas, recommendations are much appreciated for what I want to do.

Regards, M
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marceloNYC
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Mohit NairSenior AssociateCommented:
Wiki page can be helpful if you want to document brief information on the page itself or else I would suggest you to have a team site where you can have particular document library for particular stuff.

For "HOW to" and "Overlays" you can keep a Shared Document library and upload documents there which can be accessible to anyone with atleast read permissions on the site.

For Errors create a list with relevant fields like Error id, Description, Cause and Resolution.

For bugs create a page or web part and write the content related to recent bugs found.
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marceloNYCMiddle-Tier AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Excellent, this is what I needed. Thank you so much! I am going with the Team Site.
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