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The Changes tab displays information on all the software changes to be made for a project.

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You can personalize the columns to be displayed, only displaying the ones that you need. When your cursor is positioned on a column header, you choose   User Settings   More  

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The Changes tab contains the following columns:




The ID of the change involved


The description of the change


One of the following statuses is displayed for each change:

  • Withdrawn

  • Open

  • Finished


The type of change involved, for example, a QGM change or a change request management change


The owner of the change

No. of Requests

The number of transport requests within a change


The ID of the project involved

Cycle Name

The name of the cycle the changes belongs to

Task List

Task list assigned to the change

Number of Lines: You can change the number of lines to be displayed in the lower screen section, to suit the needs of smaller or larger projects.


In the Changes tab, you can do the following:

  • Create and maintain details of a change, as well as reassign a change. For more information, see Creating a Change and Maintaining Changes.

  • Delete empty changes. To delete an empty change, position the cursor on the line of the change you want to delete and click   Maintain   Delete  .

  • Set the status of a change. For more information, see Setting the Status of a Change.

  • Create transport requests for changes, release transport requests, import transport requests, and decouple transport requests from changes. For more information, see Creating and Releasing a Transport Request.

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    If you release an empty transport request, the request will be deleted automatically.

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  • Assign transport requests from changes. For more information, see Assigning a Transport Request.

  • Create transports of copies. For more information, see Creating Transports of Copies.

  • See an overview of the project’s maintenance cycles by choosing Show all Maintenance Cycles.