People often ask if file versions and file revisions are the same thing. In some other systems, the term is interchangeable. That means whenever a change is completed by the user the file’s revision ticks up. PDM systems that use a process like this can cause unnecessary revisions. Or, even worse, files staying out for change indefinitely, because the user does not want the revision to change. This increases the risk of file changes being lost or can cause delays in updating other dependent designs.
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