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Make Purge (Item) Command flexible (alike Purge command for files)

Status: Implemented
by Collaborator MaximUdod on ‎05-18-2014 11:56 PM

Sometimes user needs to purge one particular version of Item.

Instead command available only to administarator and harms all the history.

This causes situation like this - http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Vault-General/There-is-no-lifecycle-state-to-roll-back-to-Item-state-i....

Please make command available for users and add some options to choose between (at least user should have ability to brawse what he deletes before he will accept the action).

Status: Implemented

The request has been implemented in Autodesk Vault Workgroup and Professional 2016. This Item Editor Level 2 role has now the ability to purge Items.

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By: Community Manager
| Posted ‎09-08-2014 02:36 PM
Status changed to: Accepted
 
By: Community Manager
| Posted ‎01-22-2015 07:22 AM

The product development team is considering the feedback of the community and have implemented some of this feedback in the development pipeline. You are encouraged to join the Autodesk Vault beta program to get a view into what’s being implemented. We appreciate your feedback.

 

Thanks 

Younes Yammouri

Autodesk Vault Product Manager

By: Community Manager
| Posted ‎04-21-2015 04:39 AM
Status changed to: Implemented

The request has been implemented in Autodesk Vault Workgroup and Professional 2016. This Item Editor Level 2 role has now the ability to purge Items.

By: Collaborator MaximUdod
| Posted ‎10-22-2015 08:04 AM , edited ‎10-22-2015 08:09 AM |

I confirm factual idea implementation - thanks.
The only little interface defect - "Purge Item" is not shown in the list of actions available to role "Item Editor (level 2)" (meant the list shown to administrator):

 

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