I have excluded groups from tagging in a database.
Document A is in group “CS206”. I then type in a tag for it, “Hashtable”. The document now also appears in the Hashtable tag group. If I hover the mouse over it, the tooltip says “Location: CS206”. The tip says the same thing if I choose the document in the CS206 group.
The user guide says that when I add a tag to a document - “The item is replicated to the Tags group.”
However, when I invoke the Information window for either of the Document A items (in the group or in the tag group) I’m told there are no replicants or duplicates. This seems to contradict what I’ve described above.
If I then delete the document from the tags group, the “copy” in the CS206 group is still there, and vice versa. My questions are:
when a document in a group has a tag assigned to it, and it appears in the appropriate tag group - for the copy in the tag group, what is it? Not a duplicate or replicate?
how do I delete a document in a group and have all its “copies” in whatever tag groups it is in also delete? What’s strange, if I try to delete document A from either the group or tag group, the “delete” option in the “Edit” menu is grayed out. But I can delete it by pressing the delete key or the delete button in the tool bar.
[edit: I’ve tested things again, this time if I delete the document in the group, it also deletes from the tag group - I’d swear that didn’t happen before, but I can’t repeat that, so perhaps I wasn’t paying attention at the time.
Also, I just found the section in the new e-Book that says tagging a doc replicates it, but doesn’t mark at as a replicant. - I guess my questions have been answered.]