LogicalDOC is an easy to use, web-based open source enterprise document management software suitable for the use in any document management context. It allows document versioning and document workflow.
Documents can be organized into hierarchical folders, searched using the integrated search engine, or browsed by Tag.
The application is implemented as a plugin system that allows users to add new features.
LogicalDOC is also available in an enterprise edition, which offers more features and commercial support.
- Very easy to use.
- Robust architecture. Scalable architecture, allows LogicalDOC to work on a cluster configuration.
- Delivers fast multilingual, full-text indexing and browser-based search into document libraries:
- Background indexing with scheduling policies.
- Indexing algorithms for many languages.
- Support for the mostly used office formats (Microsoft Office, Open Office, PDF and many more).
- Integrated OCR for extracting texts from images and raster PDFs.
- Powerful search engine (Lucene):
- Full-text search on contents and meta-data.
- Tag search, specialized search to find all documents tagged with particular tags.
- Text snippets.
- Document selection and direct editing.
- Web service interface (JAX-WS via CXF) compatible with .NET and PHP.
- Version control – automatically manages multiple versions of a document as it enters:
- Revision history.
- Configurable first revision number (1.0, .9, etc.).
- Modifiable number of maintained historical versions for each document.
- Maintenance of major and minor document versions.
- Double versioning for documents and attached files.
- Differentiate between various document versions.
- Access to versions maintained for every document.
- Notes stored on each new version.
- Document profiling.
- Drop Spot – drag and drop files directly from the desktop into the archive.
- Customize document properties and metadata to match the business needs of your organization.
- Capture, identify, store, and dispose of business records according to your defined polices for records management.
- Automation tasks to schedule repetitive document management processes.
- Workflow light.
- Audit trails.
- Search bookmarks.
- Email cataloging.
- Workflow history.
- Discussion forum.
- WebDAV interface.
- Call as a Web service (SOAP/MTOM) from other apps.
- Importing and exporting from zip files.
- Importing of documents from mailbox.
- Many LogicalDOC modules.
- Import from ZIP archives.
- Easy to install.
- Available in many languages. Currently supported languages include: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil), Chinese, Russian, Japanese, Danish, Norwegian, Arabic, Dutch, Korean, Swedish, Bulgarian, and Greek.
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