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How to manage multiple track changes in Arbortext with content management

spaul
1-Newbie

How to manage multiple track changes in Arbortext with content management

According to PTC documentation with content management systems track changes can be only applied to single object . If the tagging for a change tracking change affects more than one object, then the system will not interpret the change tracking information correctly.


Any suggestions/workarounds?

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bibach
1-Newbie
(To:spaul)

Can you provide a specific example of change tracking that is not
working for you? Also, where in the documentation is the section that
you are referring to?

-Brandon 🙂


spaul
1-Newbie
(To:spaul)

Enable change tracking on, do authoring with couple of add, modify and deletes and while checking in it gives the error (Arbortext editor 5.4 M70)


http://www.ptc.com/cs/help/arbortext_hc/ae54m090_hc/index.jspx?id=help5078&action=show


Hi Sujit,



I think you will need to workaround the out-of-the-box problems unless you
want to explore these avenues:

. Write your own change tracking system that respects change
tracking across object boundaries

. Don't use change tracking at all, but use the Arbortext Document
Compare feature to compare different versions of a CMS object. This will
mark all the changes for you and is more flexible because you can compare
any version of an object to any other version and get the changes marked.



-G


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