You can select and add, or scan and add a document as a newer version of any document stored in a GLOBODOX DB. GLOBODOX then stores the existing document as an older version, increments the version number and adds the new document as the current version. This is the simplest form of versioning. Starting with version 7, GLOBODOX supports draft documents with minor version numbers. You can check out a document for editing and check it back in as a draft document (minor version; e.g. version 1.3, 1.14, etc). When the document is ready to be published with all changes made, you simply click Publish and GLOBODOX publishes the document and increments the version number to the next integer.
You can see versioning in action by performing the steps below…
Every time you open a document (i.e. check-out the document) for editing and then publish it after editing, GLOBODOX will store the current version of the document as an old version, increment the version number by one and then add the document being checked in as the new version.
6.The version number for the newly added Acme.txt will be 2.0