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From "Fabiàn R. Breschi" <>
Subject Re: Document management: Info.
Date Wed, 07 May 2003 13:27:06 GMT
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Hi Enrico,<br>
Thanks for the reference. pls. read on below.<br>
Enrico Sorcinelli wrote:<br>
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"Fabi&agrave;n R. Breschi" <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="">&lt;;</a>

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    <pre wrap="">Dear Group,

After a couple of days of research I'm still striving to find out a Document
Management System based on ModPerl and with a RDBMS [...]
My closest commercial well-known comparison is Xerox Docushare v.3. [...]
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Have you looked at the GreenStone collection? (<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href=""></a>)

Many of the features you'd like are implemented (cross platform, indexing,
doc converting doc-&gt;html, pdf-&gt;html, ecc).</pre>
Greenstone looks great for the back end as for what I have glanced there's
a major content indexing, docs conversion etc. I think is very good for document
management categorized in collections (libraries) as shown in the various
examples, where you can put your object into a huge repository and index
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BTW, is a opensource system based on C, Perl and it uses Managing GigaBytes as
Nevertheless I'm looking for additional features like web-based front end
files and folders apart from the search engine, where the user can create
his/hers own folders, upload/download/delete objects and possibly manage
some preferences for the look-and-feel, etc. Just a comparison with Xerox
Docushare which turns not to be very bad at all aprat from the fact of beig
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	- Enrico

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