Open source content management system using Java and XML

One of the open source content management system which is develop using Java and XML is the Apache Lenya. XML and XSLT are used in this system. The core component of this open source content management system is the Cocoon of the Apache Software foundation.


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Some of the features that you can look for in this open source content management system are multi-site management, WYSIWYG editors, workflow management, scheduling, revision control and search. The current version that is recommended for production is 1.2.5. You require at least Java 2 Standard Edition to work with this content management system.

One of the features that are commendable with the editor is that the page is locked while you are editing so that others cannot edit the same page. When you edit, each of the edits are saved as a version and you can at anytime revert back to any version. Without changing the site structure you can have your pages in multiple languages.

This open source content management system has lots of other interesting features and you find them in the home page of this content management system.




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