You might want to look at Reference Web Poster, which
is a tool for putting databases from End-Note, Pro-Cite
or Reference Manager on the Web.
These three programs are specifically designed for
bibliographic data, and have tools for working with your word
processor for formatting citations in papers you're authoring,
as well as gathering bibliographic information from libraries'
catalogs and other databases like PubMed or others, depending
on what your organization has access to. My personal favorite
is End-Note, primarily because it seems to work well with those
databases our library has licensed. Your mileage may vary of
course. All three (End-Note, Pro-Cite, Reference Manager) are
now owned by the same company, and over time I would expect
to see the best features of each begin to merge into the others.
Filemaker would be a good choice if you plan to use the same
database program to do other things besides handling
bibliographic data or if the Web Poster program's Web server
requirements don't suit your environment.
Electronic Services Librarian
University of California, San Diego
On Sat, 11 Dec 1999 15:06:37 -0800, cupton at uvic.ca (Chris Upton)
> I'm interested in hearing anyone's experience with running a database
>for storing references and being able to query it via the web.
>>Since it would be nice to also let others use the database locally, the
>Claris filemaker sounds interesting.
>>Anyone have a system running I could look at?
>Dept Biochemistry and Microbiology
>University of Victoria