Form Version Number

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A form version can contain numbers and periods (.) and can only be up to three levels. Form version numbers are based on major, minor and patch releases. For example, if a form version number is 1.1.3, it means that 1 is major, 1 is minor, and 3 is patch number. If a version number includes less than three levels, Maestro will add the missing levels as "0". For example, if "1" is entered, the new form version will become "1.0.0" when you navigate away from the field.

Since 17.10, the Temenos Journey Manager platform follows open source semantic versioning conventions. Following this convention, all new form version names are recommended to start at version 1.0-develop until they reach production. In versions of Maestro prior to 17.10, form versions are incremented by whole numbers (for example version 1, version 2, version 3, etc.).


For more information, check the Introduction to Semantic Versioning video.

Next, learn how to compare form versions.