Returning to a previous version of a project

All changes made to the project are saved in the version history. You can view previous versions or return to any of them.

The version number (for example, 1.2) consists of two numbers:

  1. The first number is the major version. It appears when you change a required field in the input or output data:

    • Add, remove or rename a required field.

    • Change the field from optional to required.

    • Change the field parameters that aren't compatible with the current specification:

      • Reduce the maximum or increase the minimum number of items in the array.
      • Change allowed string values.
      • Reduce the maximum or increase the minimum length of a string.
      • Reduce the maximum or increase the minimum value for a number.
  2. The second number is the minor version. It appears when you make any other changes to the project.

How to select the project version


Changes to the major version of the project don't affect existing pools.

  1. Go to the project editing.

  2. Click Select version at the bottom of the page.

    Project version example
  3. Choose a version. The project parameters return to the chosen version.

  4. Save the project to use the chosen project version as current.

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Last updated: April 18, 2023

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