Find Documents for a Release
Documents are only updated when a change in functionality affects them or a correction is made. We do not reproduce documents for every release. When a document is uploaded, the date it is released is entered as the Last Updated date on the document. This date displays in the tables.
You do not need a new copy of every document for a release, as most documents will not have been updated. You only need the documents that have been updated, which is why the default sort order for all tables is Last Updated.
When a change is made to a document, it has that version onwards added to the title, i.e. (3.68 onwards).
So, for example, if a handbook has not had any changes made to it since 3.65 then the title of the document will have (3.65 onwards) at the end. This means that it relates to all versions since 3.65, so 3.66, 3.67, 3.68 etc.
Therefore, when a document has onwards in the title, it means that it is the current version.
When a document is changed, the previous version of the document has the version number changed in the title. For example, if a document is updated for 3.68, it’s title is changed to (3.68 onwards). If the previous document had been 3.66 onwards, it’s title will be changed to (3.66 – 3.67) as it related to those versions.
When you use the filters on a table and select a version, all documents that relate to that version are listed. In the background documents are ticked as relating to specific versions, enabling them to display correctly when you filter on a version.
For example, if you select 3.68, the following document titles could display:
(3.65 – 3.68)
(3.67 – 3.68)
(3.67 – 3.69)
However, documents stating (3.69 onwards) do not display.
When a document is uploaded, the date it is released is entered as the Last Updated date on the document. This date displays in the tables. Therefore, when you search the table can be sorted on Last Updated Date (this is the default sort order). So any documents that have been updated can be identified first. But you can change the sort order by clicking on the column headings.