Tuesday, November 01, 2005 12:38 PM
Andornot has been working with Velma Newton, the law librarian at the University of the West Indies in Barbados, to put up the CariLaw website which includes a database of Commonwealth Caribbean primary legal materials. Access to the cases and treaties in the database is by subscription, but a sample database has been developed as a demo for potential subscribers with access via a search page and a listing by jurisdiction using canned searches.
The documents were originally created in MS Word, each with extensive controlled vocabulary indexing and these were imported into DB/TextWorks using the new Import Filters. A transformation application that works within DB/TextWorks was developed by Andornot to then move the controlled indexing into the appropriate database fields.
Andornot has been able to undertake all the design plus installation of our subscriber authentication system
remotely, thus minimizing costs to the client for travel.
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for more information on the Andornot authentication system.