Toromiro: Professional JCR Browser and Editor
Toromiro is a professional tool for the browsing, administration and editing of Apache Jackrabbit and other Java Content Repositories (JCR).
Toromiro JCR Browser and Editor: Highlights
Toromiro is the most user-friendly and functional administration tool for Apache Jackrabbit and other JCR repositories. Highlights include:
- Display and search the content of a JSR 170 and JSR-283 compliant Java Content Repository (JCR).
- Explorer-like access to the content in the repository.
- 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, SQL, JCR-SQL2 expressions, UUID and node references.
- Configurable search: Display property values of nodes in search result directly.
- Modifying of nodes in search result by script.
- Monitoring content changes in real-time.
- Visualization of node type hierarchies.
- Export nodes and node type definitions.
- Compatibility with several JCR implementations.
- Easy extendability by adding plug-ins or custom adapter.
Fast Editing and Responsive User Interface Based on Eclipse RCP
Toromiro is built using the Eclipse Rich Client Platform. As a result, administrators and developers have the same fast experience on Mac, PC, or Linux. Plus, Toromiro is easily extendable by adding plug-ins or custom adapters.
Node Type Editor
Node Type Diagram
About JCR - Content Repository API For Java
"Content Repository API for Java (JCR) is a specification for a Java platform application programming interface (API) to access content repositories in a uniform manner. The content repositories are used in content management systems to keep the content data and also the metadata used in content management systems (CMS) such as versioning metadata. The specification was developed under the Java Community Process as JSR-170 (Version 1) and as JSR-283 (version 2). The main Java package is javax.jcr." Note: This text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Source: Wikipedia. Updated: September 17, 2012. For a complete list of authors see the article's revision history.
Just download, unzip, start, log in, connect to our demo repository and edit! You should be up and playing in less than 5 minutes.
Order Toromiro JCR Browser & Editor Now
Order a registration key for your copy of Toromiro.
|Number of Licenses||Per User License Fee||Maintenance* Period||Volume Discount|
|1-2||€ 600||12 months included||--|
|3-4||€ 570||12 months included||5%|
|5-9||€ 555||12 months included||7,5%|
|10 or more||€ 540||12 months included||10%|
Licenses are granted on a per-user basis. subshell offers a volume discount when multiple licenses are purchased together in a single order.
* Patches, Updates, Minor-Upgrades.
€ 300 per user for an additional 12 months of maintenance.
All prices listed above are in Euro (EUR) and exclusive VAT.
What's new in Toromiro JCR Browser and Editor?
Check out what’s new about the latest released version of Toromiro.
- Adapters for Jackrabbit 2.12, 2.14, 2.16, 2.18 and 2.20 added
- Adapters for Jackrabbit 2.7 and 2.11 removed
- Icons for HiDPI displays added
- dmg files for macOS
- Java 8 required
- Based on Eclipse SDK 2019-09
- Update-Site reorganized
Release 2.0 01/2020
- Adapters for Jackrabbit 2.10 and 2.11 added
Release 1.14 09/2015
Toromiro works with versions 1.0/2.0 of the Content Repository for Java Technology API (JCR) specified by the Java Specification Request 170 (JSR 170) and Java Specification Request 283 (JSR 283).
Toromiro currently provides access to the JCR implementations Apache Jackrabbit and JBoss ModeShape. By default Toromiro uses the Apache Jackrabbit implementation, a fully conforming implementation of JCR 1.0/2.0.
It is also possible to define custom JCR adapters for connecting to other JCR implementations.
Supported Systems and Architectures
- Linux GTK 64bit
- macOS 64bit
- Windows 64bit
Minimum System Requirements
- Java Runtime Environment 8 or later
- At least 64 MB of main memory
Support (Open Access)
If you find a bug or have requests for improvements, new features and other changes, feel free to report us at http://support.subshell.com/browse/TOR. You may use Help > Report a Bug from Toromiro main menu to open the issue tracker, too.
There are several components, reports can be made for:
- Core, for basic functions and features
- Add-ons, for extended functions and features
- Documentation, for (dynamic) help and online documentation
Each report should be assigned
- a type ("Bug", "New feature", "Change", etc.)
- a priority ("Blocker", "Critical", "High", "Middle", "Low", "Trivial") and
- the version of Toromiro, the problem occured.
We like hearing from you, so please share your questions feedback anytime at email@example.com.