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This article shows the system for digital archive output system that can archive unlimited number of digital output forms and provide the high performance by combining two types of databases.
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Hybrid DB model for digital output archive system
Disclosed is a system for digital archive output system that can archive unlimited number
of digital output forms and provide the high performance by combining two types of
databases. One database (Database-A) has a high-speed searching function to run a
search for the contents of digital output forms in a limited number of target forms. And,
another database (Database-B) has the capability to manage unlimited number of files.
Database-A has the copy of certain files that are in Database-B.
Database-A manages a part of digital output forms. Database-A can search text data
from the output forms and edit the contents of output forms.
Database-B manages all digital output forms by their attributes such as form-id,
form-title, form-date, etc. Database-B can select the output form from unlimited number
of output forms. But Database-B doesn't access the contents of the output form.
This figure illustrates the relationship between Database-A and B.
Search Forms by attributes
Table of the form attributes
for all output form
Original ｆforms are
Limited number of
output forms ae
Typical process in the system is described blow:
1.Store the output forms
When new output form is stored in Database-B, it also stores in Database-A at
the same time.