Magnolia Releases Magnolia 2.1

Oct 04, 2005


Magnolia Organization has announced the release Magnolia 2.1, an update to the Magnolia Enterprise Content Management System (ECM). Magnolia 2.1 provides new features and turns the JSR-170 based content management system into an Enterprise Suite.

Magnolia 2.1 "speaks" 15 major languages, including English, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese. It contains new features, including: native search, XML-based import/export, a new cross-browser rich-text editor, and drop-in single container deployment. Other new features, include: support of several JSR-170 compliant repository implementations, including the Open Source implementations "Jackrabbit" and "Jeiceira" as well as commercial alternatives; improved performance through 70% reduction in number of nodes compared to Magnolia 2.0; war-file drop-in deployment on any J2EE container; run as many Magnolia sites as you like within a single J2EE container; a choice of two cross-browser rich-text editors--Kupu and fckEditor; and an improved module mechanism to provide for extensibility. Magnolia 2.1 is available immediately and free-of-charge from the Web site.