Is ExhibitManager compatible with Collaborative Word Editing?

You can certainly use ExhibitManager while co-authoring a MS Word document through Sharepoint or OneDrive. The only limitation is that you should not update exhibit numbers while co-authoring as updating exhibit numbers requires exclusive use of the document. As will be explained in the training, this can be dealt with… Read More

Can we use Exhibit Manager as a reviewing database, like Relativity?

You can use ExhibitManager to review documents, however, EM is not an eDiscovery tool, such as Relativity. EM works best with up to several thousand documents per project (typically our customers use ExhibitManager in projects up to 15’000 to 20’000 documents). Therefore, we recommend using ExhibitManager once you have limited… Read More

Does ExhibitManager work with Office 365?

ExhibitManager can already today be used for submissions stored on Sharepoint Online and OneDrive in Office 365. ExhibitManager currently can not be used together with Word Online. We are currently reviewing the possibilites. Read More

What if I want to stop using ExhibitManager? Is my data lost?

There is no lock-in or proprietary data storage with ExhibitManager. PDF files are only linked to and remain accessible whether ExhibitManager is running or not. The exhibit data, i.e. the description, exhibit number, notes, links, issues, etc. can be exported to a wide variety of data formats (e.g. Excel, PDF,… Read More

Where are my exhibits stored?

ExhibitManager only stores links to PDF files and does not store the files themselves in a database. This means that files are stored exactly where you have left them, i.e. on your computer, on your external hard disk or on your file server. Read More

Do I have to purchase additional licenses for the database management system?

If you use the embedded SQLite database management system, you do not have to buy any additional licenses. If you would like to run the ExhibitManager database on a Microsoft SQL Server, you need to acquire the appropriate Microsoft SQL Server licences. Read More

What database management system does ExhibitManager use?

ExhibitManager uses an embedded SQLite database management system to store data. ExhibitManager creates a database file for each project which can be stored locally or on a regular network server (file share). The embedded database is suitable for projects with up to about 3 to 5 concurrent users. If more… Read More

What are the system requirements?

Supported operating systems: Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, and Windows 7 RAM: 2 GB Free hard disk space: 250 MB (if the .Net 4.0 framework is already installed) Microsoft Word 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010 (limited functionality) Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or newer… Read More