We have RDBMS tags such as
sql-server but should we only allow tags like this with the version appended?
The reason I bring this up is the features and behavior of these applications change over the years so a correct answer for
sql-server from a couple of years ago that is high on the google search results may now be lacking details of subsequent additions on the latest versions.
If the answer was for a specific version of the product then it would still be a complete answer in years to come.
Or should we be retrospectively going over old questions about features that have changed and only had a version-less tag to add answers that cover the changes. If so what would be the best way to do this?
An example would be a
sql-server answer explaining how
sql-server can update statistics on a partitioned table. The inclusion of incremental statistics adds an extra element to add to any answer from before the release of