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LogicalDOC is a Web-based document management system that is easy to use and learn. Its architecture leverages best-of-breed Java technology to achieve a powerful and flexible solution. It supports its users with a powerful search engine (Lucene), Web service interface (JAX-WS via CXF) compatible with .NET and PHP, versioning, annotation on documents, a WebDAV interface, importing and exporting from .zip files. Documents can be organized into hierarchical folders, searched using the integrated search engine, or browsed by Tag. The system is extensible thanks to the technologies used (Spring-Hibernate) and its plugin architecture.

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Available LogicalDOC Mobile 1.2 for iPhone and iPad 07 Oct 2013

LogicalDOC Mobile is an application for Apple mobile devices (iPad, iPhone and iPad) that allows to access the LogicalDOC's document repository.

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Release Notes: Implementation of the CMIS method getObjectByPath Disallows uploading of specific file extensions. HTML support for message templates. A tag flow widget to define a document's tags. Register the preview visualization as an event in the history. A redesigned login page. A reload button on the documents browsing bar. Handles templates and extended attributes through the CMIS interface. A bug where Tomcat applications failed to stop has been fixed.

Release Notes: This release added an email contacts address book, restore of deleted folders, bulk checkout/checkin, and Smart Client 4.0, Spring 3.2.3, Hibernate 4.1, and GWT 2.5.1. Date formatting for English-UK and English-AU was implemented. US date format is supported in the date editing widget. A problem where folder specification was not used when searching for aliases was fixed along with an error sending internal messages.

Release Notes: This release improved the user experience when uploading files and solved a bug that prevented users from using the '-' char as part of a tag.

Release Notes: This release adds the ability to handle anonymous logins, a utility to download log files, and a better TagCloud compatible with Chrome. Some minor bugs were fixed.

Release Notes: This release added the ability to edit metadata at checkin time, a new Croatian translation of the GUI, the ability to delete specific versions, an option to inherit security policies from the parent when creating a new fold, and a new standard analyzer (useful for indexing/search special kinds of documents). The French, German, and Brazilian Portuguese GUI localizations were updated, and the libraries for indexing and search (Apache Lucene - Solr) were upgraded. MySQL 5.6 compliance, an inability to save changes in Administration - Client and External Apps, and a problem with previewing documents were fixed.

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27 Oct 2012 17:07 Avatar circulobelen Thumbs up

After extensive testing i can say that LogicalDOC is a application stable and performant, also with respect to other applications written in Java is quite thrifty in the use of the memory.
Wonderful project! Thanks for amazing work!

27 Oct 2012 16:35 Avatar lamador61 Thumbs up

The download and installation went well and without problems.
I tested various DMS up until now, and LogicalDOC is truly impressive in terms of functionality, stability, flexibility, and documentation.
Since it is based on Java, may require more resources than a PHP solution, but in general, I prefer it over other DMS solutions that i know.

27 Feb 2009 23:50 svenarajala Thumbs up

Re: Installs like a breeze
I agree, it was a breeze and I have really enjoyed working with the product. I like the fact that I can use PostgreSQL with the software!

25 Oct 2008 14:35 mgas46 Thumbs up

Installs like a breeze
LogicalDOC installs like a breeze. Of course, you need to have Tomcat working already to use this. Installing Tomcat is not rocket science, though. But installing the provided war file was easy and it was running in ten minutes or less.


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