By Anne Mette Jonassen Hass
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The way the subcontractors perform configuration management may influence the way it's done in the producing company. Control of the subcontractors is a support function within software development and a discipline or process that ought to be present during a product's whole lifetime. It may be defined for the entire company, if the company has standard procedures for handling subcontractors. 3 CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT IN A BROADER PERSPECTIVE The World at Large Universities, research institutes, and companies work with configuration management at several levels.
These intermediate results are neither approved nor under change control and consequently not under configuration management, but it may be difficult to distinguish them from versions of the same source code item under configuration management. This is especially true if you're not careful with status codes or if you can't extract configuration items on the basis of different status codes. Consequently, if libraries are mixed, procedures and conventions should be employed to Make clear when the changed version of the source code is approved and actually placed under configuration management and in the configuration management library (by the use of status codes) Ensure that if you want to extract an item, you don't just pick up the last version of the item (the one the producer is working with) but a version that has actually been approved and is under configuration management Another consideration when mixing libraries is space.
5 Status Reporting Status reporting makes available, in a useful and readable way, the information necessary to effectively manage a product's development and maintenance. Other activity areas in configuration management deliver the data foundation for status reporting, in the form of metadata and change control data. Status reporting entails extraction, arrangement, and formation of these data according to demand. Figure 1-11 shows how status reporting is influenced by its surroundings. Figure 1-11.
Configuration Management Principles and Practice by Anne Mette Jonassen Hass