In August of 2006, I wrote a blog post about Drupal for Documents. In that post I outlined some of the modules that could be used together to build a document management system in Drupal.
This group is for the discussion of best practices for storing files in Drupal, consideration of improvements and modules that could help improve the process, and for other document related issues in Drupal.
I've had nothing but good success using DocumentLocator as my document management software solution, but would like to know what others think. Has anyone else used this before or are you even aware of it? My favorite part is how easily it integrates with Windows and Office. Hit me up if you have any questions, but you can find more information here: http://www.documentlocator.com
DESCRIPTION: Drupal Web Developer, MIT Science and Technology Center, Cambridge, MA; to work with Center management to develop and support existing Drupal systems and applications for a National Science Foundation Center for Emergent Behaviors of Integrated Cellular Systems (EBICS) (http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2010/001897654-nsf-grant.html). Program activities span the fields of microfluidics, biomaterials, nanomechanics, and biological imaging as applied to basic research in biological systems and the development of molecular- or cell-based assays.Read more
I am looking for some expert advise from Drupal module developer. We have found the existence of module for document management software. Unfortunately we use different document management software.
In order to manage our website content we are planning to migrate to Drupal. Do any of you have ever used Content Central - document management software from Ademero ( http://www.ademero.com )
If not what type of information you will need to know whether it is possible to develop module for this document management software.
They use SQL server.
Thanks in advance
I am seeking advice about what might be the best database program to use to create a large pre-MySQL database, from which I will select the content to export/import/enter into a Drupal MySQL database.
I am developing my first Drupal site -- a web portal where information will be organized by relevance to various generations. The site will launch with a Baby Boomer orientation, with information organized for various baby boomer niches, and then expand to serve more generational niches.Read more
I'm a complete Drupal noob, tasked with creating technical documentation on a short budget. From what I've seen, Drupal as a front end will work, but I have no idea what modules to use or where to begin. Please review the requirements below and provide any pointers you can.
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Maarch is a small but growing French company based in Nanterre ( near Paris ).
They are very interested in the project of interfacing drupal and Maarch (via web services) and are willing to invest in this project.
The filedepot module is a feature rich application for managing and sharing files securely across your organization or user community. The module is easy to install as it only requires the base CCK and filefield modules. The filedepot module has been developed to provide the user with an easy to use functions to search, download, edit and add documents. The user interface has been developed with design cues from Google Docs and makes extensive use of modern web application technologies to behave like a desktop application.Read more
I posted the below as a feature request in the DAV API issue queue http://drupal.org/node/702860.
Thought it might interest some people here so here it is :
Fixing a small bug http://drupal.org/node/451762 caused by a conflict between File Server and File Relation Server made me dream again about what I first dreamt about when I tried File Server. Imagine! No more dictatorship of the hierarchical folder structure! Multi-parent taxonomies, graph-like access to files... Very inspiring :) Here's maybe one way to go down this route.Read more
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We need some tasks to be done QUICKLY and CLEANLY on the Taxonomy_Quick_Find.module.
Here there are:Read more
Now that [edit
Solr ] apachesolr has moved on considerably, I was wondering if anyone has used it's full text indexing of documents combined with the taxonomy, and access control of drupal as part of a DMS.
I tried this a year ago, couldnt get it working and ended up with a Knowledge Tree/Drupal integrated solution, which seems good at the time, but in use was too disparate. I want it in Drupal (!), not another system.Read more
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We're looking for a drupal 5 feature/development which will allow us to edit multiple images at once, using different types of cck fields and taxonomy terms.
NB.: We're using, between others, the image.module (v.1.6), the contributed image_import.module, the cck_taxonomy_ssu.module
If you're interested, please contact us through my contact form with an approximate price for your service.
> Same offer on http://drupal.org/node/240846
Sorry, I just can't post more.
I am looking for a module that will do the following:
- Multiple uploads at once (drag and drop would be nice).
- Directory browsing of these files or something similar.
- Simple links for search engine crawling.
- Incorporate Drupal security to prevent unauthorized access.
- Ability to organize files by directory.
Does such a module or group of modules exist that will accomplish each of these tasks?
I'd like to a CCK content type with a file field. However I'd like the File to be VCSed, meaning that when the file is changed it will be logged. As far as I understand Jakob's new module is not connected to a specific node.
I'd like to use such a thing in order to build a system which accepts files, and allows adding more data, that later could be used to filter the nodes, i.e. files.
Any idea how to?
I just wanted to make a quick post to mention that I just noticed the new KT project posted by haimoura to integrate Drupal with Knowledge Tree (an Open Source DMS written in PHP). Here's the project description:
Integration of Knowlege Tree DMS in drupal.
Knowledge Tree project : http://www.knowledgetree.com
KnowledgeTree is document management made simple: a simple yet powerful, free, commercial open source and Web-based document management system.
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Update: You may also be interested in his forum post as well: http://drupal.org/node/153831