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framework selection..document management

 
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Hi Java Gurus, I am trying to select a framework for an application which does lot of document uploading/downloading in Java.These files can be images/ documents of any type.And this application will have authentication and authorization also.Please advice me on any frameworks existing .Also if there is any UI framework also , which does have a pretty interface for showing the images and documents.


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Do you mean something like Jackrabbit (wikipedia-link)?
 
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I am looking at JackRabbit for sometime, but if anybody has used it in production for apps that upload and download lot of files, I would have some confidence pursuing JackRabbit.

Thanks for the reply.
 
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It's not a really a framework but it implements the JSR... Have you considered a solution like Alfresco?
 
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