New Release: Toromiro JCR Repository Manager 1.6
subshell, a developer of web content management software, announced the availability of Toromiro JCR Manager v1.6. Toromiro is an administration and management tool for JCR-compliant content repositories.
Toromiro is in use by developers and administrators at leading organizations including German broadcaster ARD to visually inspect and edit their million-document repositories. Toromiro currently provides access to the JCR implementations Apache JackRabbit and JBoss ModeShape. Additionally, Toromiro can easily be extended by custom adapters.
Toromiro 1.6 - Key Enhancements
- Repository Browser: Grouping of repository connections.
- Repository Search: The last-used quick search in the search view will be restored after a restart. The search result can be configured to show additional properties of the found nodes. Search results can be saved in CSV format into the clipboard or as a file.
- Node Editor: Date properties are now editable by text. The date format can by set in the Toromiro preferences section.
- Node Type Diagram: Advanced node type diagram with child nodes, referenced nodes and node-type filter.
- JCR Adapter: Adapter for ModeShape repositories available.
See the download page for a fully functional 30-day trial version.
JCR (Content Repository API for Java) is designed to provide a uniform and flexible interface to content repositories. The JCR API is implemented by an increasing number of applications, including Content Management Systems Magnolia CMS, Hippo CMS and subshell’s own Sophora CMS.
Toromiro is the most user-friendly and functional administration tool for JCR repositories. Highlights include:
- The possibility to connect to several repositories at the same time.
- Easy editing of nodes and node types.
- Straight-forward querying of your repository using XPath expressions, UUID and node references.
- Monitoring content changes in real-time.
- Visualization of node type hierarchies.
- Export nodes and node type definitions.
- Compatibility with several JCR implementations including Apache JackRabbit and JBoss ModeShape.
- Fast editing and responsive user interface based on Eclipse RCP (stand alone and as Eclipse plug in).
- Easy extendability by adding plug-ins or custom adapters.