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Document management in PHP?

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Hello! Does anybody know about a good open source form manager (document
management) in PHP/MySQL? I have to build online admin pages for couple
of custom form types which are currently on the paper.

Basicaly, it's about seminar event management with teachers, students
and sponsors. I have lots of (paper) documents with details about each
of them and I'm looking for a quick way to build online admin pages that
would have these features:

1) administer forms (documents)
2) building relationships between documents
3) advanced search engine for reports

Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!
Oct 19 '06 #1
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Ok, I think that maybe cattaDoc is something what I'm looking for.

http://cattadoc.com
Oct 19 '06 #2

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In article <eh**********@ss408.t-com.hr>, Ma*@Joe.net says...
Hello! Does anybody know about a good open source form manager (document
management) in PHP/MySQL? I have to build online admin pages for couple
of custom form types which are currently on the paper.

Basicaly, it's about seminar event management with teachers, students
and sponsors. I have lots of (paper) documents with details about each
of them and I'm looking for a quick way to build online admin pages that
would have these features:

1) administer forms (documents)
2) building relationships between documents
3) advanced search engine for reports

Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!
Here are some of the PHP/MySQL-based open source CMS's that I've
installed for clients in the past (different styles depending on your
need)...

http://drupal.org
http://joomla.org
http://wikkawiki.org
Oct 20 '06 #3

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I'm using Drupal for a while, but I also need to administer teachers,
students, sponsors and events from the view of a moderator. I tried to
register thousands of users and to assign them to certain role-types, or
organic groups- Then I tried to create custom Event CCK node-type for a
seminar. Problem was how to tie it up and build neccessary relationship.
The relationship module is still in development, and if I want to link
another node to a single document, I have to know the ID of that node,
which is very clumsy. Then I found subscription module and wanted to
give a try with that... but all those users (teachers, students,
sponsors, etc.) *will not* be able to access the web page, and
administration should be supervized completely from the perspective of
one, or two moderators. In that case, subscription module is useless,
because it doesn't let a moderator to subscribe a user to a certain
seminar directly.
After all, I gave up from building a list of users within roles (or
organic groups), wanted to give a try with taxonomy and some other way
of establishing links between nodes, but since I have very short
dead-line, I feel lost with Drupal within this project.

Klaus Brune wrote:
Here are some of the PHP/MySQL-based open source CMS's that I've
installed for clients in the past (different styles depending on your
need)...

http://drupal.org
http://joomla.org
http://wikkawiki.org
Oct 20 '06 #4

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