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Version history

The FirstSpirit versioning and historicization concept requires that, wherever possible, all changes to objects are completely traceable in SiteArchitect and therefore earlier system states can be accessed at any time. Each time an object is changed, a new version of the object is created. This means an object has a version history which also provides information about which changes were made by which user and at which time. As the individual objects in a project are in turn linked to other objects (e.g. pages consist of individual sections and are woven in the Site Store to form a navigation), changes to these linked objects are also incorporated in the version history. Only then can changes be completely traced. The “Version history” function in the context menu of an object (see also Context menu - General (→Documentation FirstSpirit SiteArchitect)) can be used to show the version history entries relevant for this object.

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