- Alfresco is an open source, open-standards content repository built by the most experienced content management team that includes the co-founder of Documentum. The Alfresco product has a lean, modular component architecture that allows new functionality to be added without any system disruption and is significantly faster than proprietary commercial systems.
- Cofax is a web-based text and multimedia publication system. It was designed to simplify the presentation of newspapers on the Web and to expedite real-time Web publication.
It was designed originally at Knight Ridder to serve the content for several of its newspapers, including its largest, the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News. Cofax was the tool it used to manage and build numerous web sites across its network for two years.
- Contineo is a web based document management system. It supports its users by managing documents in most popular formats. Contineo aims to fulfill all phases of document lifecycle. You can create and develop documents by using office software. With contineo itself, you can publish, search, and manage the versions of documents. Further, you can communicate with some other users directly or via e-mail.
Contineo was founded as a pure Java project in 2003. It is the attempt of the conversion of an easy to use und easy to extend document management system. Thats why contineo is developed under an open source license.
At the moment contineo finally exists in version 1.2
- Daisy - the open source content management application framework.
Daisy is a comprehensive content management application framework, consisting of a standalone repository server accessible through HTTP/XML (using the ReST style of WebServices) and/or a high-level (remote) Java API, and an extensive browsing and editing DaisyWiki application running inside Apache Cocoon. Daisy is licensed under the commercially-friendly Apache License 2.0. Outerthought provides commercial services around Daisy.
- eAdmin / OWX (standing for OmniaWeb-X) is a webbased site mangement software, a development framework and list generator. It uses opensource software to run. Have a look at some features of latest OWX:
Defineable field configurations (Text, Wysiwyg, Prices, Dates etc.)
Searcher for searching multilanguage content
FileManager for management of available files
CategoryManger for management of multiple category-trees
UserManger for management of users and access control *NEW*
WYSIWYG editor for formatted text input
Support for different template systems
Implementation using Java v2, JSP v2.3, SQL92 and Linux OS
Model/View/Control (MVC) architecture (by using Jakarta Struts)
Use of JSP custom tag libraries
XML based configuration
- InfoGlue is an advanced, scalable and robust content management / Portal platform written in 100% Java. It is suitable for a wide range of applications and organisations. Typical uses include public websites, portal solutions, intranets and extranets. The platform is released under the GPL-license and it can be run on almost any platform, including Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and most Linux distributions, and it is compatible with most major databases such as MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle and DB2.
- ion is an open source content management system using J2EE and XML technologies.
The ion project is an effort to provide a very simple but powerful content management system based on the most recents technologies. Ion is 100% compliant with J2EE standards, uses XML to define contents structures, XSL to provide rendered contents in many format (HTML, XML, PDF, TXT, ...), and JSP with JSTL as a template system.
You can use ion as an opensource content management framework to help you building your own CMS application, or either use the ion content server as an out of box product to build your web site. ion is perfect to build corporate web site where many actors should write, review and publish some content.
- Jahia is a mid-range Content Management and Corporate Portal Framework. It integrates in one single package a full web application platform suite with :
A full Enterprise Content Management System (Versioning, Staging, Locking; Workflow; Multilanguage support,...)
A lightweight Document Management (WebDAV support)
An integrated Corporate Portal Server (Portlets support)
Some pre-packaged collaborative and productivity based web applications
An integrated search engine (Apache Lucene with indexation of Office and PDF files)
Security and Single Sign-on based features (LDAP support)
Efficient web-based administration tools (Full web based Administration Center )
Fast Performance with a pre-integrated HTML cache proxy
Scalability and High Availability (Load Balancing support)
Common development tools and technologies (100% Java/J2EE based; support for standard servlets as portlets;...)
- Magnolia is the first open-source content-management-system (CMS) which has been built from scratch to support the upcoming standard API for java content repositories (JCR).
Magnolia, the java-based content management system developed by obinary, has been downloaded more than 85000 times since its initial release on November 15th 2003.
- Harmonise is a metadata, taxonomy and content management system written in Java and based upon the WebDAV standard. Unlike traditional CMSs it focuses on metadata management and integrates that with content management and publishing.
- OpenCms is a professional level Open Source Website Content Management System. OpenCms helps to create and manage complex websites easily without knowledge of html. An integrated WYSIWYG editor with a user interface similar to well known office applications helps the user creating the contents, while a sophisticated template engine enforces a site-wide corporate layout.
- Red Hat Enterprise Applications is a set of of software products. For more information about Red Hat Enterprise Applications, see http://www.redhat.com/software/rhea/. There are four major products in the Red Hat Enterprise Applications suite: Red Hat Web Application Framework; Red Hat CMS, a content management system; Red Hat Portal Server, a portal server; and Red Hat Collaboration Applications, a set of collaborative applications, including forums, document manager, FAQ, bookmarks, and glossary.
- webEditor is born with the intention to become a helpful tool for the web content management.
- Webman is a professional content management or website production system. It was used in more than forty big websites in germany. (look at the history section)
Webman is completly written in java and supports three relational databases:
Oracle, Sybase and PostGreSQL.
Have a look at the product info page for more information.