Document Archives/Repositories

Subject: Document Archives/Repositories
From: EBoulet -at- Exchange -dot- WebMD -dot- net
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2002 15:46:08 -0400

Do you all know of any tools for creating & maintaining document
repositories or archives on the web? By document repositories, I mean lists
of links to documents in various formats, including Office, Acrobat, Zip,
Executable files, etc. By tools, I mean software programs, scripts, etc that
do things like:

- Generate document lists on a web page automatically, for instance from a
file folder

- Publish document properties with the document in the list, such as
revision date, filesize, filetype - for instance, for an MS Office document,
could you automatically extract the Properties entered for the MS Office
file and show the document properties on a web page?

- Allow users to select a multiple documents to print and then print them
all when a button is selected (rather than printing them one at a time)

I look on the web, but the only useful thing I found is software that will
monitor file folders for new file versions and automatically post them to
your web site.


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