Re: Document Management Ideas

Subject: Re: Document Management Ideas
From: L E Storey <lstorey -at- OPENPORT -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 31 Oct 1996 10:59:29 -0600

Sella Rush posted:
>I work with a bunch of programmers who use Source Safe for all their
>files--specifically to prevent mutliple versions. My document files are
>stored in SS too.

>When a file is created and stored in SS, it can then be "checked out"
>and "checked in" by users. The latest version is either in SS or with
>the person who has it checked out. While it doesn't seem to be
>foolproof, it does offer a good way to keep track--if people use it.
>There are probably other programs out there you could look into.
>++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>Sella Rush, Tech Writer
>Applied Technical Systems, Inc. (ATS)
>Bremerton, Washington
>Developers of the CCM Database

The engineers at my company also use SS, but have expressed some
difficulties with use and application. I have *abstained* from integrating
my docs into the SS databases.

A team of us have *volunteered* to research other tools to replace SS,
mainly to support software version control... but Sella Rush's post leads me
to ask my fellow techwrls -- are you aware of any version contol software
that could effectively manage both software and docs? Any leads on *just*
software?

Please respond *off-line* about software-specific solutions... I'll distill
and post responses to doc-only or *universal* solutions.

Thanks!

-La

Laura Storey
Chief Documentation Specialist
Open Port Technology, Inc.
lstorey -at- openport -dot- com


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