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From Lennard Fuller <lful...@unicon.net>
Subject Re: Jackrabbit Vs Alfresco
Date Wed, 07 Oct 2009 17:48:57 GMT
Alfresco is pretty feature rich.  It has CMS and WCM features.  However, if you are sole interest
is in JSR 170 or JSR 283 I would recommend you avoid Alfresco.  At present their JSR 170 implementation
is functional, but certainly does not comply with all the JSR 170 optionals.  Furthermore,
JSR 170 is not a central... or to be quite honest, even well maintained bit of functionality
for alfresco.  Where as, JCR is primary concern for Jackrabbit since it is the reference implementation.

Lennard Fuller


----- Original Message -----
From: "Paco Avila" <monkiki@gmail.com>
To: dev@jackrabbit.apache.org
Sent: Wednesday, October 7, 2009 10:36:53 AM GMT -07:00 U.S. Mountain Time (Arizona)
Subject: Re: Jackrabbit Vs Alfresco

Jackrabbit is the reference implementation of JCR-170. It's a framework not an CMS. Alfresco
has its own implementation of JCR-170. You can compare Alfresco with OpenKM (anr document
managemen system built-on jackrabbit. 


On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 10:00 AM, Dhananjay Mahajan < dmahajan@techmahindra.com > wrote:







Hi All, 



Can you please send across the detail feature list of Jackrabbit Vs Alfresco ? 



As both are open source , this comparison will help to decide the CMS. 



Regards 

Dhananjay Mahajan ============================================================================================================================



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