These tasks are pretty trivial with a custom content type for your
databases and Views. I've done the exact setup you mention-database list,
both grouped by subject & A to Z-at my former workplace. Here's what the
result looks like: http://info.chesapeake.edu/lrc/library/academic-databases
The Google Analytics module tracks outbound clicks, it's either by default
or a single option in its settings.
If you have a rather small number of databases, I think doing this in pure
Drupal will pay off in terms of ease and content reusability within the
CMS. CUFTS or another ERM system is going to be more robust and suitable
for a larger collection.
On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 08:17 Mark Jordan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > There's CUFTS, which is no longer under development as far as I know:
> > http://researcher.sfu.ca/cufts
> CUFTS is under active development. Feel free to contact
> [log in to unmask] if you'd like more info.