Knowledge management and document tracking tool
LogicalDOC is a document management system designed and optimized to handle large volumes of documents. It is a Web application made in Java language and therefore multi-platform by definition. The software is available in various editions: Business, Enterprise and Community Edition; the latter is FLOSS. LogicalDOC provides users with multiple possibilities to catalog and classify documents, a full-text search engine to query the document repository, version control, a SOAP Web-service API and its REST counterpart, the ability to connect via WebDAV and CMIS. The extensions for Joomla and WordPress are published on their directories as well as a couple of free apps for Android and iOS. Regarding localization, the user interface (GUI) is currently translated into more than 19 languages and supports full-text search and indexing using specific language algorithms
DocumentationDocumentation is available at https://docs.logicaldoc.com/en/
released on 8 August 2018
It was noted here, and everywhere else: "Community Edition only"
But, Where is that? I've searched the documentation website and browsed the file tree and can't find a LICENSE file. I did find an Adobe Software copyright file from 2006 -- which is um, embarrassing, as I'm unsure whether you have copyright in your work.Published the license at https://www.logicaldoc.com/documents/LOGICALDOC-CE-LICENSE.txt and https://sourceforge.net/projects/logicaldoc/files/distribution/LogicalDOC%20CE%207.7/LOGICALDOC-CE-LICENSE.txt/download
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 21 June 2018.
New Web-service endpoint to manage Templates (Custom document types) and associated fields, new vectorial icons.
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