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Software configuration management
What is the Software configuration management?
And how is it works
Asked by Ankita Shrivastava | Oct 19 2012 | Report this Report abuse
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View Nandini  Thotakura 's Profile
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View Dwarika Dhish Mishra 's Profile
you people has explain every aspect very well but still some points has been missing so i am mentioning the same here.

Purpose of configuration management

- this helps in maintaining and establishing the integration of each component, data and document involove in whole product life cycle.
- it also helps in indentifying all testwares
- also helps in version control
- it helps in tracking the changes in development items and this makes the task of test traceability very easy, through this we get track of already tested portion, test cases
- It also helps to get the references of each testing task with test document that has been prepared at the time of test planning.

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View Nitin  Sampat 's Profile
When you build computer software, change happens. And because it happens, you need to control it effectively. Software configuration management (SCM) is a set of activities that are designed to control change by identifying the work products that are likely to change, establishing relationships among them, defining mechanisms for managing different versions of these work products, controlling changes that are imposed,
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View Mukul  Gosavi 's Profile
software configuration management (SCM) is the task of tracking and controlling changes in the software. Configuration management practices include revision control and the establishment of baselines.
SCM concerns itself with answering the question "Somebody did something, how can one reproduce it?" Often the problem involves not reproducing "it" identically, but with controlled, incremental changes
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