The first time a
data-container is created from a
data-image, a new timeline is created by default.
You can think of the default timeline as the Master branch.
Changes made to your database (
data-container) can be recorded along this timeline as revisions.
When you load a previous revision, a new timeline is created.
You can think of this as a new branch.
In this example we create a new
data-container and make 3 revisions to it.
This branch now contains
Now we load
rev1. A new branch is created, and we make 3 revisions.
Along this branch we now have
|name of the data container||branch identifier||revision number on this branch|