APLAWS is an J2EE Content Management System developed to assit UK local authorities deliver services online. It builds on the Red Hat Web Application Framework and CMS products to provide 20 content types relevant to local government publishing requirements. It features full text search, category & folder based navigation, compliance with Dublin Core and e-GMS metadata standards, RSS Feeds, configurable and personalizable portals, discussion forums, XML content import and export, an XSL themes engine, and name based virtual hosting.
|Tags||Internet Web Site Management|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Updated Java dependancy, now requiring JRE version 1.4.2 or later. Significant fixes and enhancements to the formbuilder application, and the CMS administration UI. Updated ESD Toolkit category lists to the latest versions. Miscellaneous bugfixes to all other applications. New documentation for subsite application, and an improved installation guide.
Release Notes: There were major bugfixes to improve stability of the application, including an SQL generation bug that affected Oracle, several memory leaks, and JVM lockups. Also included are the new content exporter and general purpose image attachment modules for the CMS. Search capabilities on PostgreSQL have been enhanced to allow indexing of Word, Excel, and OpenOffice file attachments.
Release Notes: This is the first release of the APLAWS+ product, which is a major re-engineering and extension of the original APLAWS product.