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Deleting old versions from database/folder
Clicking “Old versions” will delete the old versions of that particular file from the current working directory leaving the latest file.

Clicking “All versions” will delete that particular file completely. No latest file will be left out.
Be careful when you use these options.
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We have too many flexibilities in this option. Here are they!

Typing the specific commands/ syntaxes and hitting enter results in corresponding actions as shown in the table below.

Command

Action

Purge

Deletes old versions of everything (parts, drawings, assemblies, etc.) from the current working directory.

Purge *.extension

(Ex. Purge *.prt, Purge *.asm, etc)

Deletes old versions of all files with the extension given from the current working directory.

Purge filename

(Ex. Purge gear,  Purge handle, etc)

Deletes old versions of all type (part, drawing, etc) with the given name from the current working directory.

Purge filename.extension

(Ex. Purge gear.prt,  Purge handle.asm, etc)

Deletes old versions of files with given type and with the given name from the current working directory.

Using wildcards:

Ex. Purge *box*.

Deletes old versions of all part files that has the word “box” in it from the current working directory.

 

You can use wildcards with all the combinations mentioned above.

Only use this command if you don't need the old versions.
That's all for this topic. I hope this helped you.