Single- and Multi-Version Locations
Each location is defined as capable of storing either a single version or multiple versions of each object at any one time. When a new version is transferred to a single-version location, its ancestor is displaced. In a multi-version location, however, the new version will exist alongside other versions of the object that are already there.
Physical locations must also be defined as either single-version or multi-version. For more information, see the article on physical storage.
Note: A location can only be multi-version if all of the physical locations it maps to are multi-version.
Single- and Multi-Version Location Icons
Single-version locations are denoted by a folder icon with a single tab, whereas multi-version locations are denoted by a folder icon with multiple tabs:
|Single-version||Single-version working location|
|Single-version library location|
|Single-version virtual or generic location|
|Multi-version||Multi-version working location|
|Multi-version library location|
|Multi-version virtual or generic location|