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Apache Jackrabbit

Apache Jackrabbit

The Apache Jackrabbit is an open source content repository for the Java platform. It is a fully conforming and featured implementation of the Content Repository for Java Technology API

A content repository is an information management system that provides various services for storing, accessing, and managing content. In addition to a hierarchically structured storage, common services of a content repository are versioning, access control, full text searching, and event monitoring. A content repository is not a content management system (CMS), although most existing CMSs contain a custom content repository implementation, often based on the file system or a relational database.

Typical applications that use content repositories include content management, document management, and records management systems.

 Jackrabbit 2.10.1

Price
Free to download

Size
12.8MB
License

Apache License 2.0

Developer
Apache Software Foundation

Website
jackrabbit.apache.org

System Requirements
Java 5
Maven 2.0.9

Support:
FAQ, Wiki, Mailing Lists

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • JSR 170 reference implementation
  • Fine and coarse-grained content access
  • Hierarchical content storage
  • Structured content
  • Node types and mixins
  • Property types - text, number, date
  • Binary properties
  • Event monitoring
  • Meta data
  • XPath queries
  • SQL queries
  • Unstructured content
  • Import and export
  • Referential integrity
  • Access control
  • Full text search
  • Versioning
  • JTA support
  • Observation
  • Locking
  • Clustering
  • Multiple persistence models
  • RMI support for JCR
  • WebDAV support for JCR
  • Jackrabbit JCA connector
  • Intuitive support for XML and WebDAV

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