[Clug-work] DMS (flat filesystem based)
pradesh at myrealbox.com
Wed Jan 7 19:48:48 SAST 2009
I;m not sure about the reasons for your apprehension towards a DB based
However, I would like to suggest you look at the Alfresco ECMS. It is
leaps ahead of KnowledgeTree (in my opinion) in terms of its feature
sets, standards and inter-connectivity,
The previous versions had a bit of a learning curve, but I do believe
this has had focus in later releases.
The repositories are made available so that you can browse them as Samba
shares, That may address the flat file requirement. So for example, a
user can merely drop a file using the file explorer onto a share in the
"Network Neighbourhood" and this has the effect of checking a document
in and initiating workflows.
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On Wed, 2009-01-07 at 08:37 +0200, Manne Merak wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am currently evaluating web-based Document Management Systems for our
> company. Something simple.
> To ease backup, version control, security and making content
> searchable. Mostly MS/OO-Office files and PDFs.
> I looked at a couple and KnowledgeTree (community version) seems to fit
> our needs more or less.
> Anyone have some handson experience with DMS for small companies.
> (it would be nice to have something that used a flat filesystem in the
> backend, not DB)
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