Well now with CWI you can, and build a pretty darn good java based dynamic site! CWI is proud to embrace Apache Lenya, a Content Management System (CMS) https://www.change-and-achievement.com/gadgets/ . This differs from the vast horde of other open source CMS solutions available, as it is Java based. Rather than being based on Zope or written in PHP, Lenya is totally based on XML, XSLT and other related open standards. It also supports browser based inline WYSIWYG editors, such as Xopus, Bitflux and Epoz.
Being based around the Cocoon project gives Lenya greater flexibility in dynamically distributing content. Lenya takes advantage of this framework by storing all content as XML, and transforming it on the fly when required by clients. Lenya then intuitively caches the results of the transformation, to be quickly reused if needed. For example, it is capable of translating to HTML or PDF, prior to delivering. Having used programs backed by the Apache foundation for many years on our hosting platforms, we believe in the stability of Lenya.s solid Jakarta components. Furthermore, a comprehensive suite of unit tests create a highly effective means of determining what impact any of your shenanigans would have on the code! Bad days happen, and if you are having a really bad goober day, the unlimited rollbacks, it.s built in revision control, and scheduler can help keep you on track. Different workflow areas for live editing, and for authoring is a great feature as well!