Good database programs for documentation management?

Subject: Good database programs for documentation management?
From: Brian Lightfoot <blightfo -at- POSITRONFIBER -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 13 Mar 1998 09:24:32 -0500

Hi!

Does anyone have an opinion on a database program or language which
would be powerful/flexable enough to keep track of documentation
releases, product codes, etc, now and into the future?

I was just going to learn MS Access, but I don't know if it will still
be supported in ten years. I've already had experiences of database
design (DBASE for DOS, etc.), where I have had to rebuild the base when
no one supports the program or operating system and I'd like to avoid
going through it again.

Thanks...
Brian Lightfoot
Positron Fiber Systems.
blightfo -at- positronfiber -dot- com




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