What's new?

  • Feb 14, 2014 - Changed license from LGPL to GPLv2 (issue OPENWMS-19)
  • Mar 03, 2013 - Updated IDE to Eclipse 4.2.2 (SR2) for MacOS and Linux platform, see
  • Jan 18, 2013 - Deployed all bundles of version 0.1 to Maven Central
  • Jul 05, 2012 - Released IDE 4.2.0 on Eclipse Juno, see
  • May 08, 2012 - Michael (jarhell) joined the project as developer of the screens in JSF2 and Primefaces technology

What is it?

This project targets the needs of modern warehouse management software systems in relation to customers and software suppliers. It is essential to operate with, and link to, a varying kind of enterprise systems to build an entire warehouse management system. Furthermore the availability of the software components must be guaranteed to provide services 24/7 uptime. Additionally to those requirements major attention is to build software in a modularized, component based architecture to meet all non-functional requirements as well. Hot-Deployment is one of the top requirements addressed here.

Another topic that is not negligible is performance and response time of the graphical user interface. The software system must react fast, be easy to use and have an appealing look-and-feel to convince all key users.

After a research of different technologies (EJB2.1, JSF, Spring, EJB3.0, Adobe Flex) we came to the conclusion to use the best mix containing the Spring Framework on OSGi and Adobe Flex for the frontend part.

Why is it?

Most warehouse systems are built by software companies having their own software products. The intention in the year 2005 was to implement a solution covering most requirements of the logistics domain that comes for free and that is well-known by customers as well as software suppliers. One software used by all logistic software vendors to built customer projects with.

Who is it for?

Essential for this project is a versatile and common adoption in customer projects. Everyone who needs a base framework to build up warehouse management systems should contribute to and add additional value to improve this project. It would be great to establish a broad and active user community of completely distinguished companies. The base project itself (CORE) does not rely on the logistics domain and can be used as a jumpstart base for arbitrary projects.

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