Change Management in Upchain - Core Concepts
In this lesson, we’ll introduce you to the key concepts you’ll need to understand the change management process in Upchain.
We’ll also discuss an example of the general lifecycle of an item so you can start to get an idea of what will happen to your items.
Don’t worry about mastering these concepts right away, but keep them in mind as we move through the subsequent lessons and courses.
Change management core concepts
In this video, we’ll introduce you to the key concepts you’ll need to understand the change management process in Upchain. We’ll also discuss an example of the general lifecycle of an item.
- A released item is considered to be in a finished state. A released item is read-only and cannot be edited.
- Item maturity is an additional status on a released item that specifies the type of release the item is at and helps other stakeholders to identify items at a specific release maturity level that they are interested in.
- The major and minor revision levels indicate what type of revision has been made to the item. Major revisions are typically design changes affecting the physical component, while minor revisions are typically administrative changes to documentation or attributes.
- A Change request, governed by a workflow, is the object used to release an item and set its item maturity level, if required.