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Create a Tagged Library Version

   MaestroPreviously known as Transact Maestro.  |   Form Builder |   v18.11 This feature was introduced in v18.11.

A tagged library version is a read-only library version that prevents any changes from being saved to the library. Tagged library versions provide an effective way of keeping a clean, final record of a library. Note that once a tagged library version is created, it is still possible to create new library versions based on the tagged version.

Note

If you create a library based on a tagged library version, the new library is editable because it isn't a tagged library version.

To create a tagged library version:

  1. Select a library via the Navigator.
  2. Click New Tag.
  3. In the Add a New Tag modal, select the version of the library you want the tagged version to be based on from the Based On Version field.
  4. Enter the New Version for the tagged version, and optional Description. For information about library version numbers, see Library Versions Overview.
  5. Click Create.

Now, select the library in the Navigator to see all versions. You'll see a check-mark in the Tag column next to the tagged version you just created. If you open the tagged library version, you can see a tag icon at the top of the form next to the library name.

Once you have created a tagged version of a library, you may need to create a new version of the library based on the tagged version.

Create a New Library Based on a Tagged Library

To create a library version that's based on a tagged version:

  1. Navigate to the Libraries folder within a project.
  2. Select a library to view the existing versions. If the library contains any tagged versions, each tagged version will be identified by a check mark.
  3. Select a tagged version and click New Version.
  4. Complete the Add a New Version modal.
  5. From the Based On Version drop-down list, select a library version that you want the new version to be based on.
  6. In the New Version field, enter a new version number for the library. For information about library version numbers, see Library Versions Overview.
  7. Enter a description into the Description field to help organize the different versions of the library.
  8. Click Create.