Working with release manifests
A manifest functions like a packing list or an invoice - it describes the schedule and provides an overview of the contents of a particular release. Here you split the requirements of the release into logical groups of change requests and activities that can be handled efficiently by change coordinators and activity assignees.
You can create change requests and activities during all milestones, except Close Down.
In a release, the Manifest tab defines the contents of a release at a particular milestone. You create the associations between a release and the various release activities or change requests that are necessary to implement and close it.
In the Manifest tab, you can perform the additional functions listed in the following table related release requests:
View the selected item in the Changes and Activities table. Opens the application object form.
Deletes the relationship with the release.
Opens the Search dialog box for the specified Request Type.
Opens a window allowing you to create the specified Request Type. You can create an Activity or an Infrastructure Change.
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Displays a list of all the available application objects that can be related to a release.
Filters the list by selected milestone, for example, Deploy.
Filters the list of all the available application objects that are related to a release.
Performs advanced actions on relationships.
Executes the selected Quick Action.