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Changes from library A went to Profile "Main" with version 101. Changes from library B went to Profile "Main" with version 102. Changes from library C went to Profile "Main" with version 103. Changes from library D went to Profile "Main" with version 104. So version 104 has changes from libraries A, B, C & D.

 

So the current version is 104 and I want to revert back to version 102 because I figured out that some changes made in version 103 was breaking the system. So now when I revert back to version 102 in "Main" profile, I publish a new version called 105 which is nothing but the 102 version which I republished it. Now version 105 (the revert back version) does not actually revert back the changes that were made in version 103 & version 104. I have to individually go to library C & D and revert back the changes and then push it to "Main" profile. 

 

That is a bit of manual work going to library and reverting back and then publishing it. Is there any easy way of doing this or a better appraoch? 

Thank You

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Hello @jsmacys,

Actually when you republishing the older version either 102 or 103 you have validate the changes which is available before publishing it.

Regarding "Now version 105 (the revert back version) does not actually revert back the changes that were made in version 103 & version 104." Yes, off course you wont get 103 & 104 version as you republished 102 version and its create new version of 105 that's all.

All you have to do is, switch to 103 version and take the changes into a note pad and do the same for 104 then make changes in 105 and republish the same so you will have all the version details in a single version which will create a new as 106 version.

Hope it helps!!! Kindly let me know if you need any clarifications on this. Also, AFAIK we don't have any easy way except this as Tealium iQ is one of the best market leader which provides republishing access compare to any TMS tool.