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Drawing Control

Drawing Control

Drawing Control

thread781-92819: Simple Drawing Database
I find myself in the same position as the original poster. A small but growing company needs to manage the drawings before it comes back to hurt us.
Heckler - Do you have a copy of the database from 2004 available? I was going to pursue Access but the previous post has cooled my on Access.

RE: Drawing Control

We have been using an MS ACCESS application since 2005. It hase a fairly decent collection of document control functions. It is a multi-user relational database with record locking. We have had no issues.  I would say inexpensive also. Go check out http://www.pedyn.com/ if interested.  It does not manage the files.  It manages the definition, release, ecn, procurement of....
Anyhow with all that said I am going to check out the opensource links from this threads posts back in 2004...

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