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I've run into a significant problem: I'm using Umbraco to manage content that's not related to web pages, and I completely forgot about Umbraco's versioning.
Since these nodes are being updated regularly, I can't afford to have a new node created on every publish for the rollback.
Is it possible to disable versioning for a particular node and it's children?
UPDATE: I think I've made a massive faux pas here trying to use the CMS as a data store - I think I'm going to have to create some custom tables and hook it up manually...
It's not possible to disable the versioning for specific node types.
But there is a package that allows you to limit the number of versions to keep of a certain doctype : https://our.umbraco.org/projects/website-utilities/unversion/
That would be useful however after thinking about this for a little while, I really shouldn't be keeping my custom data in the CMS - it's not what it was designed for.
I used FALM to tidy up the old versions (which freed up a lot of space) but I'll be switching over all my data to custom tables.
Thanks for the tip though
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