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Teedy is an open source, lightweight document management system for individuals and businesses.
A demo is available at demo.teedy.io - Guest login is enabled with read access on all documents - "admin" login with "admin" password - "demo" login with "password" password
A preconfigured Docker image is available, including OCR and media conversion tools, listening on port 8080. The database is an embedded H2 database but PostgreSQL is also supported for more performance.
The default admin password is "admin". Don't forget to change it before going to production. - Master branch, can be unstable. Not recommended for production use:
sismics/docs:latest- Latest stable version:
The data directory is
/data. Don't forget to mount a volume on it.
To build external URL, the server is expecting a
DOCS_BASE_URLenvironment variable (for example https://teedy.mycompany.com)
The latest release is downloadable here: https://github.com/sismics/docs/releases in WAR format. The default admin password is "admin". Don't forget to change it before going to production.
Prerequisites: JDK 8 with JCE, Maven 3, NPM, Grunt, Tesseract 3 or 4
Teedy is organized in several Maven modules:
First off, clone the repository:
git clone git://github.com/sismics/docs.gitor download the sources from GitHub.
From the root directory:
mvn clean -DskipTests install
mvn -Pprod -DskipTests clean install
You will get your deployable WAR in the
All contributions are more than welcomed. Contributions may close an issue, fix a bug (reported or not reported), improve the existing code, add new feature, and so on.
masterbranch is the default and base branch for the project. It is used for development and all Pull Requests should go there.
Teedy is released under the terms of the GPL license. See
COPYINGfor more information or see http://opensource.org/licenses/GPL-2.0.