Partition releases

A partition release is defined when a partition is first created and then each time you create a new update. Each release is stored within a partition release folder. The release folder contains a copy of the rendered output pages and a copy of all images referenced from those pages. Releases for full looseleaf partitions and copy partitions also include a copy of the document source content.

While a partition can define up to 999 releases, only the last two — corresponding to the update release and the published release — are directly accessible from the TopLeaf workstation and TopLeaf API. Full looseleaf partitions and change pages partitions must define at least two partition releases.

In the TopLeaf workstation, the maximum number of versions stored within a partition is set by the value of the Keep releases partition property. The TopLeaf API Pack partition function can be used to reduce the number of releases stored within a partition to a preferred minimum.