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Searching Metadata of a Previous Revision

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Searching Metadata of a Previous Revision

We are currently using TRIM 7.34.  Is there a way to search that would consider the metadata of a previous revision of a record?

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Honored Contributor

Re: Searching Metadata of a Previous Revision

No

Frequent Advisor

Re: Searching Metadata of a Previous Revision

Yep, that's what we thought, just wanted to double check.
Thank you!
Valued Contributor

Re: Searching Metadata of a Previous Revision

BCCI,

In general, the metadata of a Revision remains the same, only the electronic object changes. In that case, the Last Action Date is updated to reflect that, in addition to any other logging you may have turned on.

If you wish to have the metadata change with each new electronic object, then you could look into Versions. That feature allows for the metadata to be searchable on each Version while relating the records together for reference.

Another workaround option would be to utilize the Comments section when Checking In an electronic document as a Revision. The Comments entered go into the Notes field, which is searchable.

Regards,
Tamara
Honored Contributor

Re: Searching Metadata of a Previous Revision

As a last option you can use the Online Audit Log.  I've got a script that searches through all audit entries (title changes, etc) so that you can effectively execute an eDiscovery against TRIM.  Unfortunately you can't do that directly through the UI though.