Document Database

Superdonk

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Hi folks

I am a total noob to this and am hoping I wont be too much of an annoyance!

I'm looking to write a program in either VB.Net or C# that is basically a document library.

The idea is to have a general location of about 300 documents which could relate to one or a handful of products we supply.

The document library would be a program that could be used to easily navigate using certain tags and pull out the required document.

Is this something that is possible or am I dreaming a little bit??

I know I havent given much details, so if you need to know anything else then let me know.

Thanks for your help!
 

jmcilhinney

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My first thought is that you should look at using SQL Server as a back-end. You can enable the FILESTREAM feature of the database instance to store binary fields externally so as not to bloat the data file. You can also enable a file share on the data. You can convert any file to Byte array and save it to the database like any other data.
 
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