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Which one is the best CMS for java ?

 
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Hi everybody,
can any one have idea about java CMS(Content Management System) and if than which one is the best CMS..?
 
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There rarely is a single "best" of anything - it's always relative to your requirements (about which we know nothing). Many Java CMS are available; see http://java-source.net/open-source/content-managment-systems for a list.
 
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Dittmer sir thanks a lot for your valuable info... Is these CMS are really helpful for creating complicated web application.?
 
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CMS are not general-purpose tools for implementing web applications, they implement -unsurprisingly- first and foremost CMS-type functionality. The more advanced ones will let you go beyond basic functionality and let you hook in arbitrary Java code; see their respective web sites to learn which CMS offers what functionality.
 
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The more advanced..how can i know which one is advance..kindly suggest..
 
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Please don't use white text anymore. It's almost impossible to read.
 
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The more advanced..how can i know which one is advance..


By going through the feature lists on their respective web sites. I'm sure there have been comparison reviews been published on the web as well; Google can find those for you.
 
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OK prime i will never use white font further.Thanks Dittmer Sir i will try..
 
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