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Java based content management and publishing system designed to handle XML material. It is part of the Apache Cocoon project. [Open source, Apache Software License]
A component-based J2EE Web Content Management solution. It provides powerful package mechanism for individual development and providers of contelligent extensions.
Offers content technology for production, administration and delivery of scalable, personalized multi-channel services. The site informs on products, references, support, and news.
A CMS solution built into LifeRay, a JSR-168-compatible portal. dotCMS adds a number of features to Liferay, such as user tracking and click path reporting, marking list features, newsletter and email campaign managers, and event management. [Open source]
Vertical Site is a platform developed in Java (J2EE) using Servlets and EJBs to create and maintain Internet solutions, combining both a portal tool and a content management system in one solution. Licensed and hosted solutions (Norway).
A Java/XML-based integrated CMS, Portal and collaborative solution. [Commercial]
Jamecs (JAva ManagEd Content System)
A full featured servlets-based content management framework, providing a simple hierarchical content model with transparent JDBC-based object persistence, advanced view creation, and tight integration with the Apache Velocity template engine in an easy to use package. [Open source, Apache License 2]
A web-based content management system (CMS) written in Java. Separates design from content, allowing non-technical staff to easily add and modify web sites. [Commercial]
Servlets are used to deliver HTML content created from XML templates. The whole content of the system is stored in a JDBC - compliant database. [Open Source, GPL]
100% Java Content Management. The Polopoly system is developed for rapid publishing, management and distribution of content in any number of digital channels.
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