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I have worked with StoryServer 4.2 for over a year now at Schwab. I like it's use of TCL for scripting because it's a good match for string processing.
Unfortunately, I can't recommend the tool. It's lack of good transaction support (they autocommit) and good multiple db support is shocking. This should be the foundation of a good web server side tool.
The system is unnecessarily complex (all the daemons and interprocess communications), which causes side effect problems with cache flush, file dependency checking, slow CMS commands, etc... I feel most of the add on features are marketing fluff. It has version control, but it so basic it's almost worthless. It has built in workflow but try to use it in real life and you'll end up building it yourself. CMS proxies allow you to integrate with the system, but it's slow and can't be included as part of a transaction.
Storyserver 5 is better in that it recycles TCL interpreters, but more core fu...