What is configuration management?

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  • Oct 30th, 2006

COnfiguration Management is nothing but A tool devloped by the companay For Example:If we r using Test Director for bug tracking in one company,in other they made their own configuration tool and name it as 'XXXX' tool for the same tasks.

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  • Oct 31st, 2006

Configuration management is the system you use to track multiple development builds of the software so that confusion is avoided. Revision control, Change Control, and Release Control are important aspects of Configuration Management.


  • Nov 1st, 2006

configuration management is nothing but making changes in a evolving software.it involves changerequest,configural item,change control board etc

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Identify and document the functional and physical characteristics of a configuration item,control changes to those charesteristics,record and report the changes processing and implementation status and verify complience with specified requirements

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Configuration management covers the processes used to control, coordinate, and track: code, requirements, documentation, problems, change requests, designs, tools/compilers/libraries/patches, changes made to them, and who makes the changes.



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  • Feb 17th, 2007


Confiruration management covers the processes used to control,co-ordinate and track:code,requirements,documentation,problems,change requests,designs,tools/compilers/libraries/patches,changes made to them & who makes the changes.



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Configuration management: is to validate wheather the applications built are supporting diff technology hardware devices or not
ex"diff tech printers
diff tech networks
diff tech networks ..etc

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