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LogicalDOC is both document management and collaboration system. The software is loaded with many functions and allows organizing, index, retrieving, controlling and distributing important business documents securely and safely for any organization and individual.
Gone are the days when companies used paper-based processes such as printing, mailing and manual filing of paper documents; our document management system replaces all of this with electronic procedures that allow your organization to reduce costs significantly.
Check out http://www.logicaldoc.com to learn more.
The design of LogicalDOC is based on best-of-breed Java technologies in order to provide a reliable DMS platform. The main interface is web-based, no need to install anything else; users can access the system through their browser.
LogicalDOC CE is 100% free software and is packaged with an open source database; while it supports all major DBMS, developers still recommend MySQL for production systems.
- Web-based Document Management System
- Full-text search across document content and metadata
- Extensible metadata model
- Preview of documents
- Standards-based API (CMIS) simplifies building custom front-ends
- Import from compressed .ZIP archives
- Document versioning, document version control
- Webservices API
- Tagging on documents with TagCloud
- Document Repository Statistics
- Complete Document History with metadata comparison
- Mobile support ( iPad, iPhone, Android)
- Joomla file-browser extension
- Dropbox integration
- Bookmarks on documents
- Notes on documents
- WebDAV interface
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it works well for me. good program
Works well. Nice feature set. Could use better documentation on starting and stopping services. I corrupted my first trial by not shutting down correctly ;(. Community edition really would benefit by have the document preview working for all document types. Seriously, not including the open source Office interface, in an open source Document Management System is a drawback. The method is relatively simple since using LibreOffice just a call such as: call "C:\Program Files (x86)\LibreOffice 5\program\soffice.exe" -convert-to pdf 212.doc results in 212.pdf which could then be previewed.
For personal use try FileRun. It's much easier to use. Search "filerun" on SourceForge for the free download.
Hi! Here is my experience so far: Install was a bit tricky but the program works flawlessly. 1. Install 1.1 Preparation Download the lastest version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) Download the latest LogicalDOC Version Download the latest version of the MySQL Community Edition 1.2 Installation of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) Install the Java Runtime Environment you just downloaded. Set the JRE_HOME varibale as described in this article: as links are not allowed here google for "Configuring the JAVA_HOME and JRE_HOME Environment Variables on a Windows Server" Please keep in mind that this artice refers to an older version of JAVA, so you might have to adapt the storage path of the JRE_HOME varibale to something like C:\Program Files\Java 1.3 Installation of the MySQL Community server Edition Install the MySQL Community edition an note down the database engine user, password and the port number. 1.4 Install LogicalDOC Run the LogicalDOC installer and follow the instructions. In the database section you have to fill in the noted data from the database installation. 1.5 Changing the Java amount of memory Go to the folder you installed LogicalDOC. Now enter the "bin" folder and then single click on a file that ist called logicaldoc or logicaldoc.bat and choose edit. Look out for an -Xmx option and change that argument from -Xmx512m to -Xmx1024M and save the file (make sure you use "M" and not "m" !!!) 1.6 Running the LogicalDOC Server Still in the bin folder hold down the Shift key and right klick into an empty space and launch the command prompt (console). then type in the following command to start LogicalDOC: logicaldoc.bat start and press enter Now wait until the server finishes to start up. After the first startup (and only after the first!) of the server you have to restart the server. to do so type: logicaldoc.bat stop press enter logicaldoc.bat start and press enter Now wait for the server to start up again and then launch LogicalDOC from the Start Menu. Good luck everyone!