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Documentum 6.5 Content Management Foundations by Pawan Kumar

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Branching

In our example scenario, suppose that a loan officer is preparing a loan application for a borrower. As she updates it she saves the following versions of the document—1.0, 1.1, 1.2, and 2.0 (CURRENT). At this point, she has some doubts about the likelihood of the terms in version 2.0 to be approved. She also realizes that the version 1.1 is close to what she can offer with a better likelihood of the loan getting approved. She wants to take version 1.1 and make small changes to it to create an alternative application, without discarding the version 2.0. What should she do?

Content Server allows checkout of a non-leaf version in the version tree. When this document is checked in, two options are available as usual, check in as major version ...

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