Document management systems often save data in a proprietary format like TIF or JPEG pictures, which are enclosed in a container inside the DMS software. Information like document ID, date/time and file size is saved here.
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The files are saved in a hash directory structure (e.g. C:\DMSF\) with ID file names (e.g. 14352346.bin).
Attingo is very experience in restorung DMS systems. Thanks to reverse engineering container files and interacting with the SQL database of the DMS we can even solve hard cases.