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Procedure documentationRecalibrating TBOMs


Recalibrating out-of-date TBOMs allows you to flag them as up-to-date once more. The objects contained in the TBOM are not altered in the process.

When you recalibrate a TBOM, the date of the last obsolescence check is set to the current date. The TBOM can therefore only become out-of-date as a result of changes made after this date.

Use re-calibration if the changes to the managed system do not affect the TBOM in question and you want to set the overall status of the unchanged TBOM to Updated.

Note Note

You can also use this function to mark TBOMs that are actually out-of-date as Up-to-Date. Before recalibrating, check whether the changes to the managed system are actually irrelevant for the TBOM.

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The TBOM's overall status has been set to Out-of-Date in an up-to-date check.


  1. Open the attributes of the executable entity whose TBOM you wish to update.

  2. Choose the TBOM tab.

  3. Choose TBOM Re-Calibration.

    The button is only visible if the TBOM's overall status is Out-of-Date.


The TBOM's overall status is now Updated again. The content of the TBOM remains unchanged.


You have generated a TBOM for a custom program. You update objects for this custom development without changing the program flow (by adding a comment, for example).

The TBOM is assigned the status Out-of-Date during an obsolescence check. However, you know that the TBOM is still up to date. You recalibrate the TBOM to mark it as up to date.