Generally, 2-3 versions of one documentation set is maintained by my company.
This documentation set has almost exactly the same sections with differences in content/data on the different sections according to versions.
I wanted to be able to maintain all the versions of each section of the set, in one page tree (master) and refer to the relevant (Versioned) sections in other pages (sort of versioned /include macro) where I want to see the data organised by version.
Is this possible?
Ultimately, I would want to be able to export the relevant page trees as versioned documents. At the same time, in order to maintain the versions, I/relevant teams would update only the master and other teams who are interested in only the versioned document set would export the relevant page tree.
Everyone would then be happy. Right now we are all confused. Please Help!
You would be better off making use of multiple spaces and replicating the page structure, but using the Include Page macro to pull in the "master" version as necessary. It would be a bit fiddly to create manually to start with, but you could use the API to build it out.
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