Is there anybody out there that can tell me the difference between "Latest revisions" and "Latest available revisions". The Help file doesn't help can't even find anything on google. Somebody programmed this button to do something?
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Re: What use is "Latest Available Revision" when opening a document?
Here's the response I received from my VAR;
1. Latest Revision – When you open a document, the references will be opened at the revision level at which they currently exist regardless of what revision was being referenced when the parent document was checked in.
2. Latest Available Revision - See attached document for example of how this option works. Ultimately, this option was introduced as a fix for a previous issue in the software: 'opening assembly or drawing with latest revision fails to locate reference if latest revision of reference is not in a status that user has RO access’. By default documents with revisions to which user doesn't have access to were selected automatically if the 'Select all references' option is on. But it shouldn't work that way. Such references shouldn't be marked as available to retrieve from vault in case user login doesn’t have access to lifecycle status document resides in.
Thanks for that, since we aren't using life cycle and the users all have read write access we can leave it checked on "Latest Revision".
I really appreciate your reply much more useful than the non existent information in the help files.
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