You can create different versions of content to maintain a history of changes and to control which users can change the content at a given time. The set of versions for a single document is called a version series.
Content Engine supports a two-level versioning scheme, in which a document version is either a major or minor version. Minor versions typically denote an “in-progress” document, whereas a major version typically denotes a completed document. In addition to version numbers, the system maintains a state property indicating the current state of each version of the document, as follows:
• In Process – A work in progress version. Only one version of a version series can be in this state.
• Reservation – A document currently checked out for modification. Only the latest version of a version series can be in this state.
• Released – A document released as a major version. Only one major version of a version series can
be in this state.
• Superseded – A version superseded by another version. Many versions in the version series can be
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