content management systems and java applications.

Content Management Systems Web Development

I have been tasked with implementing a heavy duty content management system within the next year. I have played around with many CMSes over the past year (Drupal, TikiWiki, and Plone) as well as implemented a few web sites using XOOPS and my own homebrew of WordPress. While I would not hesitate to continue using XOOPS, Plone, or try Joomla!, I have to also be considerate of some other factors that are out of my control. I have to figure out some system that will play nicely with java applications. (access control, template system, etc)

So, my task…to find, research, and play around with some Java CMSes. If anyone has any experience with this, please email me or leave a comment. Any help/pointers would be appreciated.

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