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Documentum 6.5 Content Management Foundations by Pawan Kumar

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Checking in

The primary purpose of checking out a document is to modify its content and then check in the modified content. The user modifying the content can take a long time before it is ready to be checked back into the repository. When Webtop makes a local copy of the content on checkout, it remembers the association of the external copy with the document in the repository that was checked out. Webtop utilizes this memory at the time of checking in to locate the modified file.

What happens to the existing content for a document when the modified content is checked in? Is it overwritten? Is a new copy of the document created? The answer could be either, depending on the options specified by the user.

In Webtop, checkin can be initiated by the ...

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