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JSP File Manager

Posted on 2004-10-12
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I am looking for a JSP based File Manager.

Here are my basic requirements:

Be able to:

store files on server or database
upload files
download files
store/view type of file (word document, image, presentation, zip file, etc)
store/view who the file belongs to, that is to say who first uploaded it
store/view/download multiple versions/editions of files
store/view comments of the file and comments on each version/edition
store/view history of who has accessed files
store/view history of who has modified files

I imagine this type of application would have other features.  The more the better.

Does anyone know of such an application?

Open source preferred, but I am willing to purchase something as a last resort.

Thanks,

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Question by:MrHaight
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by:alskdj80
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perhaps this is what you're looking for?  http://www.vonloesch.de/jspbrowser.html
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by:MrHaight
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Nope.

The program you suggested only mirrors a directory structure.  I am looking for something a little more involved that the user can interact with.

I'm looking for something like Knowledge Tree, link below, but written in JSP.

http://knowledgetree.jamwarehouse.com/presentation/login.php?loginAction=loginForm


Thanks,

Jeff

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by:kheefatt
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I think you need to develop it yourself. alskdj80 give a very good example that is quite similar to what u want and I think you can use it as reference
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by:TimYates
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I said last time you asked this question that you would probably have to develop it yourself...

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Web_Languages/JSP/Q_21152402.html

The CVS suggestion you got was a good one...  Maybe you could use something like Subversion as the file manager (http://subversion.tigris.org), and write a JSP skin over the top of it?

Either way, you're going to have to write this yourself...  I don't think anything exists...

http://viewsvn.berlios.de/

Is a very basic Subversion browser...
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But again, ViewSVN is written in PHP
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by:MrHaight
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I found something myself called HiperGate

http://www.hipergate.org/

A subsection of this application should do the trick.  It is however partly in Spanish.

Thanks anyway for your help.

MrHaight
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