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Is it possible to change how a User Defined Attribute increments the revision number when modified?

Is it possible to change how a User Defined Attribute increments the revision number when modified?

Problem:

Is it possible to change how a User Defined Attribute increments the revision number when modified?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: All
  • Product Component: User Define Attributes
  • Platform/OS Version: XXXX


When creating a new User Defined Attribute, at step 4 of 5in the wizard, there is a checkbox with the following option, “Increment the major revision number in the change history”.

new UDA


If you select this option it will increment the versionnumber like so, 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 (a major revision) upon a change.

If you donot check this box it will increment the version number like so, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 (a minor revision).

You can also change how a UDA increments the revision numberafter it has been created.

  1. Select FILE | ADMIN | USER DEFINED ATTRIBUTES
  2. Select the UDA you want to change
  3. Click EDIT
  4. Check the option to “Increment major revision number” and click OK

    UDA

Old KB# 16392

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