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Linux.com: How to Set Up and Configure DocMGR

Nov 22, 2006, 10:00 (0 Talkback[s])

"Document management systems do more than just store and retrieve files--they also provide versioning, security, indexing, and metadata capabilities. DocMGR is a GPL-licensed Web-based document management system that supports LDAP directory service integration so that users on the network can authenticate against LDAP directly.

"With a document management system you can easily store and manage all your electronic documents, from simple text files to multimedia files. DocMGR stores all its files in a PostgreSQL database, which makes it easy to backup, restore, and transfer the whole library to the new system, if necessary. All content in DocMGR is indexed, so you can retrieve documents easily with advanced search capabilities. Workflow features let you pass documents from one user to another for review, and document subscriptions can alert users when newer versions of documents are created..."

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