Who is what is advised to store documents (Mordovskie and other office files?)
What you need:
— the ability for any document to give an arbitrary number of attributes and search on them.
— ability to organize these documents in a hierarchy.
— I would like the ability to compress documents on disk to save disk space, since a lot of them.
what is NOT required:
— clustering, sharding and other bells and whistles at this stage
— full text search
burnice_Harris93 answered on October 8th 19 at 03:04
Monga? About the compression I'm not sure, you can try to gzipovani documents and store as binary data.
aniya.Kertzmann65 answered on October 8th 19 at 03:06
I would suggest plain SQL server (sqlite as an option) a pair of plates (in documents and the attributes) and the papers stored in archives on your hard disk. For Your purpose it is a good option, very common, time-tested and these servers are everywhere.
jaunita answered on October 8th 19 at 03:08
In windows starting from winxp, and perhaps earlier, built-in mechanism of assigning document attributes, display them in the Explorer in a table, search for them (including full text). But the list of attributes is determined by the file type... text documents is the attribute — the keywords.
File properties -> summary, displaying in Explorer View -> table (then menu View -> select columns in a table)
p.s. I wonder, has anyone actually used this mechanism?