XWiki is a WikiWiki clone written in Java that supports many popular features of other Wikis like the Wiki syntax, version control, attachments, security, and searching, but also many advanced features like templates, database and dynamic development using scripting languages (Velocity, Groovy, Ruby, Python, PHP, and more), an extension system and skinability, J2EE scalability, an XML/RPC remote API, statistics, RSS feeds, PDF exporting, WYSIWYG editing, an Office viewer and importer, and a lot more.
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.
Interleave is a Web-enabled business process automation application. It enables you to model your business process like purchasing, project management, and contract management and make it available online. It's meant to replace processes which currently rely on paper, email, or spreadsheets and it has a very good workflow engine. You can create invoices, export to RTF and PDF based on templates, export to MS Excel, interpret incoming email, and publish your data to the Web.
i-doit is a Web-based IT documentation and CMDB. It documents IT-systems and their changes, defines emergency plans, displays vital information, and helps to ensure a stable and efficient IT operation. All information can be organized (details flexibly adjusted), stored, and maintained in one place. This allows simple Helpdesk, Support, and Planning functions and provides the basis for quality assurance and certification. i-doit allows services to be documented as a logical grouping of objects placed in relation to each other. This provides the basis for (ITIL) processes such as Change and Problem Management, and helps to control and manage the SLA (Service Level Agreement) or the communication with users. Its interfaces to other ITSM applications (like Nagios, Request Tracker, etc.) allow the entering of data only once in the ITSM environment. i-doit maintains one holistic view of the operational situation.
Gollem is a Web-based file manager that provides the ability to fully manage a hierarchical file system stored in a variety of backends such as a SQL database, as part of a real filesystem, or on FTP, Samba or SSH servers. It supports uploading and downloading of files, basic file operations, permissions support, and MIME recognition and viewing of files through the Horde MIME library. It is fully internationalized and translatable.
Contineo is a Web-based document management system. It assists its users by managing documents in most popular formats. Contineo aims to fulfill all phases of the document lifecycle. You can create and develop documents by using office software. With contineo itself, you can publish, search, and manage the versions of documents. Furthermore, you can communicate with other users directly or via email.
jLibrary is a DMS (Document Management System), oriented for personal and enterprise use. With jLibrary, you can classify your documents, videos, or any other media type. You can export those contents to static Web pages based on templates, search on those contents, add comments, categorize it, and more. jLibrary has all the features present in most modern content management systems, including team work support, version management, offline document edition, document locking, security constraints based on roles, users and groups, and easy Web access.