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From Tobias Strasser <tobias.stras...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Getting VersionHistory after removing of a Node
Date Sun, 12 Jun 2005 18:51:07 GMT
> He may want to purge intermediate work versions of documents between
> each release (VersionGistory.removeVersion() is perfect for that), but
> also delete a document *and all its past revisions*, due to some legal
> requirements. For this last point, it seems JCR lacks a few
> functionnalities, as you also point out.

hi cederic,
since the creation of a VersionHistory is triggered by the creation of
a mix:versionable node, the removal should happen automatically, as
soon as no references to that version histroy exist anymore. this is
the case, when all mix:versionable nodes (in all workspaces) belonging
to that VH are deleted, and all the versions in the VH are removed
i.e. only the jcr:rootVersion is left. IMO, it is then safe to delete
the version history aswell.

i created a jira issue for this [JCR-134].
cheers, tobi

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