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Hi all,
Do you know what is the best open sourced Java based content management tool that is currently out there?

I ran into Apache Lenya but I could not find much documentation on it? Is this still new? If this is best one can you please point me to where I can read on it?

If there is something better, please show me.

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Jehan
 
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OpenCMS, Magnolia and Alfresco are the big names in the Java CMS space.

What documentation about Lenya are you looking for that's not on its web site?
 
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Thanks for the info. My heart is not set on Lenya. I am just looking for the one that is the most proven and that has the most documentation.

Which of these would you recommend?
 
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Probably OpenCMS, but mostly because of its name recognition. I haven't used any of them enough to give educated advice.
 
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My previous employer used Magnolia, and always had positive comments about it, although I never used it myself.

If you want to see an example of the output from it - my previous employer's site.
 
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