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Yerbabuena eRCP (embedded Rich Client Platform) is based on Eclipse eRCP project. It is a Rich Client application for embedded devices to use document management features provided by Nuxeo DM.
DocMGR is a complete, web-based Document Management System (DMS). It allows for the storage of any file type, and supports full-text indexing of the most popular document formats. It is available in many different languages and is easy to translate into new languages. DocMGR runs on PHP, the Apache ... [More]
LetoDMS is an open-source, web-based document management system (DMS) written in PHP with a database backend. LetoDMS provides document meta-data, version control, security and easy access to your documents.
xinco [eXtensibe INformation COre] is a powerful Web-Service based Information and Document Management System (DMS) for files, text, URLs and contacts, featuring ACLs, versioning, full text search, an FTP-like client (easy install, J2EE+MySQL/PostgreSQL)
Developing DMS for home and small business users. Bind`n`find - is your best way to organize, scan, store and search for your documents. You'll no longer loose your bills or grandma x-mas card in a heap of assorted papers. It's developed in C#/.NET 3.5.
Quotero is an open source Document Management System (DMS) developed in java. It provides basic document management features and advanced collaborative features such as version control, comments, workflow, etc.
OPUS is a repository software originally developed at University library Stuttgart and Bibliotheksservice-Zentrum Baden-Württemberg (BSZ). Coorporative Library Network Berlin Brandenburg (KOBV) released its recent version OPUS 4 in November 2010 and will develop it further. OPUS is one of the most ... [More]
OpenDMS.NET aims to be a potential solution for those looking to implement a document management system into a project of their own or as a stand-alone DMS. This is going to be accomplished by developing a HttpModule that acts as the server. This means that the API will be based on HTTP. ... [More]