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Component versioning

Created by Contensis product team, last modified by r.turner on 21 Jul 2020

All changes to a component are recorded in version history. The version number will depend on the workflow state that the component is in. When a component is first created its version number will be 0.1.

Saving a component

Each time a change is made to a component and saved, the minor version number is incremented and the changes are recorded in a version history.

For example, adding a field to a newly created component and pressing Save would increment the version number from 0.1 to 0.2.

Publishing a component

When a component is ready for publishing, pressing Publish in the Component builder will change the major version number.

For example, having added all my fields to a newly created component and saved it, pressing Publish increments the version number from 0.2 to 1.0 and changes the workflow state of the component to Published.

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