There are a number of challenges associated with storing multi-version history data within a single XML file. Ideally, when dealing with documents, changes should be recorded at the word level. It must be easy to extract a version, add a new version into the archive, delete a version from the archive or clone a version within the archive.
This paper proposes a generic XML format to handle multiple versions of an XML document, using the same basic structure as the files which are being archived.
A new best practice within the top business markets. This paper illustrates why in today’s economy you must oversee your document and data file management and change systems to continue the success of your company.
It’s common to have data in two files that we need to merge together, two different people or two different processes have made changes. Does it matter who or what has made this change? This question might help to decide whether you need a 2-way or 3-way merge.
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