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need a photo album software to allow users to upload, and view photos

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Hi guys

I have a content management application for a university chapter website. So there are multple chapter websites for different US stataes and each website has an admin section. Now what I need is a content management application which allows admins to upload images and members to view it. I am using JSp/Servlets.

Any help or recommendations would be greatly appreciated. Also ifu need any other infrmation, please let me know

the content manaement website is live and can be viewed at

chapters-beta.ccim.com
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If you can set up a PHP server check out "Gallery" http://gallery.menalto.com/

a client side app for this is Gallery Remote http://gallery.menalto.com/wiki/Gallery_Remote

It allows uploading and viewing of pictures.  

I use it for my photos page on my website - if you want to see it ( http://www.uglystickrocks.com )

It would be much easier to config a new web server and install gallery than write your own Java app to do this.

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