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'OpenInteract' is an extensible Web application server that includes a robust system of components, object-oriented data access, a consistent security scheme for both tasks and data objects, a simple user and group management system, and a packaging system that makes it easy to distribute custom applications. It is stable, and runs out of the box on five different databases.


Download version 1.60 (stable)
released on 19 August 2003

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Leaders and contributors

Chris Winters Maintainer
Christian Lemburg < Contributor
Marcus Baker Contributor

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Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Required to use SPOPS
Required to use Template Toolkit (v. 2 or later)
Required to use Apache_Session
Required to use Apache
Required to use mod_perl
Required to use SQL-type database with DBI support

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 19 August 2003.


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