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About Document Management System (DMS) In PHP
Admin has full control of the system, all the main functions are to be performed from Admin panel. Here, the user can view documents and add them easily. Document’s information such as contract number, section, subject, document file, description, reference number, company, employee, and date are included in this section. In order to view a document, he/she has to select a category on the basis of contract, date, description, ref. no, and enter a contract number. There the user can also edit or delete the documents. All the details of the documents can be edited easily. Users are free to upload any kinds of document files in the system, whether its PDF, Text File, Docx File or Image. The search result display documents which include the document’s contract number, reference number, file type, section, company, employee, and date.
Here in the file type, it displays an icon depending upon what kind of file does the user upload. Like, if the user uploads a document file it displays a document icon and if its a PDF then, it shows PDF icon and many more. All the label can also be edited easily from the Label Translation section. Another last feature of this project is about User management. Document Management System in PHP helps in easy management of the documents for an individual or a company. Design of this project is simple and clean so that user won’t find it difficult to understand, use and navigate. The features of this project can be summarized as –
- Login System
- Add Documents
- List Documents
- Edit and Delete Documents
- Update Labels
- User Management
How To Run Document Management System (DMS) In PHP ?
To run this project you must have installed virtual server i.e. XAMPP on your pc (for Windows). After Starting Apache and MySQL in XAMPP, follow the following steps
- Extract file
- Copy the main project folder
- Paste in xampp/htdocs/
Now Connecting Database
- Open a browser and go to URL “http://localhost/phpmyadmin/”
- Then, click on databases tab
- Create database naming “mydb9eng” and then click on import tab
- Click on browse file and select “mydb9eng.sql” file which is inside “DATABASE” folder
- Click on go.
After Creating Database,
- Open a browser and go to URL “http://localhost/documentmanagement/”
For username and password, refer the “Readme.txt” file.