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Java Based Archiving System

 
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Dear All,
I have inspected a few java based content management systems like Roller, Cofax and OpenCms. Now I would like to know if you may name me a few archiving systems, better if java based.
The system may be web-based or swing-based/client-server. It has to store binary files (doc, pdf, cdr), images, text files. The UI should be able to take inputs and view the list of files. A search facility is a must.
Please inform me of anything near to this requirements, if not in Java then in other languages are also welcome.
 
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Just to add, I have considered CVS. I was thinking to write a CVS client probably modifying source codes of JCVS client. But I need a simpler one that only submits files, searches files and downloads file to local disk from the network server.
So a lightweight solution would match the requirements better.
 
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