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Why does my module not have any revisions when I look at its history?

Alexander Reyes (194) | asked Sep 16 '20, 1:55 p.m.

 I am using Doors Next Generation v6.0.6 and wanted to make use of the "Revisions" tab when opening its history. The issue I have is that, although I have extensively edited the module and its attributes, no revisions of the module exist. Artifacts that aren't modules have a revision for each update made to it, respectively. Do modules not have revisions? I see the change log, but no revisions are visible.

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Carol Watson (69312) | answered Sep 16 '20, 5:27 p.m.

 Hi Alexander,

If you click on the Audit History tab it displays the changes to the artifacts 'in the module' and includes attribute additions/changes.   

The Revisions tab displays only changes to the Module Artifact itself such as the name of the Module or a Baseline.


Alexander Reyes commented Sep 18 '20, 11:14 a.m.

 Thank you for clarifying, Carol. I was able to create a revision of the module by creating a baseline of the component it belongs to, however, modifying the module artifact itself (e.g. changing its name or attributes) does not create a revision. Any idea why that may be?

Carol Watson commented Sep 21 '20, 9:39 a.m.

I just tried it Alexander and you're right, it only considers Baselines as a "revision".  I'm not using GC, so am not sure if there are differences there if you have that turned on. 

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