DocuLex Offers White Paper Tech Brief Relaying WebSearch 4 Back-up and Disaster Recovery Preparedness Details

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DocuLex™ (http://www.doculex.com), announces the completion and free availability of the white paper entitled Tech Brief: WebSearch 4 Back-up and Disaster Recovery, relaying preparedness details to preserve an organization's stored files ahead of any emergency situations. The paper provides updated strategies, options and benefits for successful preparedness within current knowledge management capabilities, authored by award-winning program designer, Rich Bryant.

Winter Haven, FL (PRWEB) December 10, 2008 DocuLex™ (http://www.doculex.com), announces the completion and free availability of the white paper entitled Tech Brief: WebSearch 4 Back-up and Disaster Recovery, relaying preparedness details to preserve an organization's stored files ahead of any emergency situations. The paper provides updated strategies, options and benefits for successful preparedness within current knowledge management capabilities, authored by award-winning program designer, Rich Bryant.

Paper Overview

WebSearch 4 Back-up and Disaster Recovery Guidelines

WebSearch provides a means for its users to maintain libraries that may consist of hundreds of thousands to millions of documents such that individual documents may easily be searched and retrieved. Given the volume and importance of information maintained under WebSearch, it is imperative that the system be capable of being fully recovered in the event of hardware failure or other disruptions to normal IT systems and facilities. The purpose of this document is to define those practices and procedures which will allow WebSearch to be recovered with maximum efficiency.

WebSearch stores information in the following three data stores:

•The SQL Server Database -The WebSearch SQL Server database stores information about all users, communities, documents, access permissions and activity logs for the WebSearch installation.

•The Document Indexing Directories - The document indexing directories contain special index files that support the high performance document search and retrieval process.

•The Document Directories - The document directories contain all actual documents that are indexed and managed by WebSearch. These directories are not created at install time, and are specified when the WebSearch site administrator defines the file naming rules for document libraries as they are created.

Related topics include:

  •     Configuring WebSearch for Directory Portability
  •     Creating Physical Directories
  •     Creating Windows File System Shares
  •     Defining Libraries within WebSearch
  •     Backing Up WebSearch, and
  •     Recovering WebSearch

To access Tech Brief: WebSearch 4 Back-up and Disaster Recovery visit http://www.doculex.com/WhitePaperRequest.asp.

About DocuLex:
Incorporated in 1996, Winter Haven, Florida-based DocuLex creates non-proprietary content management software for use with desktop and production document scanners, as well as digital multifunctional copiers, facsimile and wide format units. Through an extensive international reseller channel, the company offers network-enabled document capture and image processing software along with browser-based document and content management, collaboration, email archiving, journaling and compliance, knowledge management, workflow and records retention programs, bundled and offered as Archive Studio. Archive Studio is easy to use, productive electronic document management software for any business environment seeking secure Instant Document Access. See http://www.doculex.com for program information and demonstrations.

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