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Document repository or knowledge base

maxamis4
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Hey folks,

I am in the process of mapping and developing a document repository. I wanted to know if there was one that was already made out there and if so where? If not I have a couple ideas here and I wanted to get some feed back.
1. Actually store the document inside of Access as an object. The downside obviously is that the database would be enourmous. with this option i am curious to find out if there is a way to search text inside the document?

2. Actually create the documents inside of access using a memo field and fields to create bullet items. Lots of work

3. Use the object path as the only storage point and enter a brief summary of the document. Have access open the object based on the path.

Any ideas and thoughs would be help ful
Jun 6 '07 #1
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maxamis4
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P: 295
What a little google can do: here is the link thanks to some friends in other places and google: http://www.datastrat.com/DataStrat2.html
Jun 6 '07 #2

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