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Hi all...Â I've not worried about knowledge bases for some time now.Â I found myself in a conversation where a person said effectively, "We don't want documentation, we want a knowledge base."Â That got me thinking...Â Given today's world of topic-oriented writing, reuse, single sourcing, etc...Â What's the difference?Â Without getting into months of research, I'm afraid I won't be able to answer that!Â Anybody care to chime in?
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