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Latest commit 981585d Sep 29, 2016 @dsilvam dsilvam committed on GitHub Merge pull request #9842 from dotCMS/issue-9833-current-tests-are-fai…

#9833 Fix integration tests problems
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.github Adding a template for creating new issues on GitHub Sep 7, 2016
bin Card-679 Improve Type Constraints for rule definitions, general error… Mar 8, 2016
docs #9723: Updating OSGi override example to match with latest Sep 2, 2016
dotCMS #9804 merge Sep 29, 2016
extra/tomcat #9164 : Adding JWT changes Jun 24, 2016
gradle/wrapper Fix merge conflicts. Dec 18, 2015
libs/buildlibs Removed dependency uploaded by mistake Mar 2, 2016
plugins #9164 : Adding JWT changes Jun 24, 2016
src-conf Merge remote-tracking branch 'remotes/origin/master-3.6' into master-3.7 Sep 6, 2016
src Merge pull request #9842 from dotCMS/issue-9833-current-tests-are-fai… Sep 29, 2016
test-resources #9786 Including properties files for integration tests. This change a… Sep 13, 2016
test Merge pull request #9842 from dotCMS/issue-9833-current-tests-are-fai… Sep 29, 2016
unit-test/com #9757 Migrating from testNG to JUnit. Sep 12, 2016
.gitignore Updated gitignore Jul 7, 2016 Update and rename Install_dotCMS_Release.txt to Install_dotCMS_Releas… Sep 12, 2016 Update Aug 27, 2016
build.gradle #9750 Including javassist library required for PowerMock Sep 26, 2016 initial trunk import Mar 22, 2012
build.xml Modified build.xml in order to automatically get the dotCMS version w… Jun 30, 2016
dependencies.gradle Updating ee jar dependency Sep 28, 2016
deploy.gradle Fixes #9172 : Pulling version number from file. Upda… Jun 14, 2016
gradlew #4855 Feb 7, 2014
gradlew.bat #4855 Feb 7, 2014
license.txt closes #3678 Aug 15, 2013
private.xml initial trunk import Mar 22, 2012


dotCMS is a scalable, java based, open source content management system (CMS) that has been designed to manage and deliver personalized, permission based content experiences across multiple channels. dotCMS can serve as the plaform for sites, mobile apps, mini-sites, portals, intranets or as a headless CMS (content is consumed via RESTful APIs). dotCMS is used everywhere, from running small sites to powering multi-node installations for governemnts, Fortune 100 companies, Universities and Global Brands. A dotCMS environment can scale to support hundreds of editors managing thousands of sites with millions of content objects.

dotCMS is available for download or as a cloud based product.


dotCMS comes in multiple editions and as such is dual licensed. The dotCMS Community Edition is licensed under the GPL 3.0 and is freely available for download, customization and deployment for use within organizations of all stripes. dotCMS Enterprise Editions (EE) adds a number of enterprise features and is available via a supported, indemnified commercial license from dotCMS. For the differences between the editions, see the feature page.


GitHub pull requests are the preferred method to contribute code to dotCMS. Before any pull requests can be accepted, an automated tool will ask you to agree to the dotCMS Contributor's Agreement.


dotCMS requires a Java 8 Runtime Environment (JRE) or a Java 7 Development Kit (JDK). For a complete list of requirements, see this page.

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