When you edit a document in Vibe, Vibe creates a new version of the file. This new version counts against the data quota of the user who edited the file; it does not count against the quota of the user who originally posted the file. File versions also count against the data quota of individual workspaces and folders.
You can manage your data quota by deleting previous versions of a file that you no longer need. For information about how to delete previous file versions, see Micro Focus Vibe 4.0.8 User Guide.
IMPORTANT:When you use OpenOffice to edit a document in Vibe, a new version of the document is created each time you click. Because each version of a document counts against your data quota, you should save the document only once if you are using OpenOffice as an editor.
When you use Microsoft Office, Vibe creates only one version when you save the document. Clickingmultiple times does not create multiple versions, as is the case when you edit documents with OpenOffice.