Propagating deletion from Peakto to the source catalog and folders

Propagating deletion from Peakto to the source catalog and folders

Peakto 1.11 introduces a Trash. 
The trash works in a standard way:
  1. when versions are added to the trash, they are hidden from search and display.
  2. the trash does not delete anything until it is emptied. 
Emptying the trash can propagate the deletion in the underlying sources under certain conditions explained in this document. 

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