Which Java CMS is good for me?

Discussion in 'Java' started by tnorgd, Nov 29, 2010.

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    tnorgd Guest


    I decided to refurbish a website for my software. I don't have much
    time so I would like to use CMS and since I am devoted Java
    programmer, I would like it to be in Java. Other criteria are:
    - buil-in users' forum
    - build-in blog (or it should be easy to create a blog-like sub-
    - customizability: I have a design in mind which I like very much and
    I would like to have my website looking as I want rather as "standard
    template #41"
    - configuration by text files : I have a lot of content from the old
    website which I would like to migrate. I don't won't to click for
    ever... I'd rather write a script to do this for me..

    Do you have any ideas on how to integrate such a CMS website with
    doxygen documentation and git repository browser? Of course I can
    just put a link to a separate website, but maybe there is a better

    tnorgd, Nov 29, 2010
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    Luuk Guest


    it has an option to search..

    when i pick
    - Programming language: Java
    - OS: Paltform independent
    - License: Open Source
    - Discussion/Forum: YES
    - Blog: YES

    Than only 5 options remain:
    1) Asbru Web Content Management
    2) Hippo CMS
    3) Jahia Enterprise Edition 6
    4) OpenEdit Inc. EnterMedia Digital Asset Management ands CMS
    5) Silverpeas

    The last option, to convert your old site info, will probable the hardest...
    Luuk, Nov 29, 2010
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    Arne Vajhøj Guest

    Those two features are not CMS but portal.

    Look for a JSR 168/268 compliant portal that comes with a CMS.
    That should not be a problem.
    If you can find something with data in database or a well documented
    XMl format, then that should be doable.
    For what source code? The CMS/portal itself??

    Arne Vajhøj, Nov 30, 2010
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