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Hello!

I'm beginning a web project which must be administrated using some open source Java content management system.

This project will use IBM WebSphere platform and DB2 database.

So i need advice: which Java CMS to use? Maybe you know some open source, easy to use and well documented software.

I'm studying OpenCMS now, but it seems rather complicated. Do you know some alternative?

Thanks in advance!
 
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You could have a look at hippo cms.
 
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A rather lengthy list is at http://java-source.net/open-source/content-managment-systems

Besides OpenCMS, the other heavy hitters are Alfresco and Magnolia, and (somewhat less so) InfoGlue and dotCMS.
 
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Thank everybody for your answers!
 
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