NOAH is a Web-based document management system that is feature-rich, easy to use, and simple to install. Through a browser interface, users can easily create, update, lock, search, and manage document revisions for access by multiple users across many geographical sites. NOAH includes many powerful features such as client scripting, hierarchical document access control, and email notification. Administrators can manage users and archives and monitor database activity through an extensive suite of tools.
|Tags||Information Management Document Repositories Documentation|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Major improvements to the slideshow option in elinks improves functionality and look and feel as well as adding a template approach, making it tunable by the admin user. A fix to permit downloads from Android phones and tablets as well as some improvements to user options in client code. The source code has now been restructured with Debian packaging added, source code to client added, and a major update to the MinGW documentation and binaries.
Release Notes: This release is under the GNU GPL.
Release Notes: A cross-site scripting vulnerability was discovered and fixed mostly through improvements to input validation. New additions to this release include a configuration branding option to replace the Nordicwind icon with a custom icon and link, an email notification feature to tell the "admin" user when a new user applies for an account, and some streamlining of the login sequence to make logins more efficient.
Release Notes: A user can now create a document or directory link (short-cut) in NOAH and make version and meta-data transparent through the link. Two more meta-data fields (Category and Status) have been added to NOAH, along with a Status state-machine that can be programmed to control who in the organization is allowed to move a document from one Status state to another. Font size buttons have also been added, along with improvements to NOAH's page layouts and colours.
Release Notes: A user can now get NOAH to report on recently changed files for a given directory tree and integrate this report in a wiki or HTML page. A user can also associate a filename with a custom icon and link a DokuWiki page with NOAH's content search engine, link critical NOAH documents and directories to your wiki project page, and manage usernames and passwords smoothly from NOAH to DokuWiki.