Release-management domain elements
The release-management domain elements contain human-authored information about the changes that have been made to a DITA topic or map. A processor can retrieve this information and use it to assemble documents or topics that contain release note information.
In this section:
- <change-completed>Use the <change-completed> element to indicate the date on which the change was completed.
- <change-historylist>Use the <change-historylist> element as a container for individual release notes, as represented by the <change-item> element. It appears in the topic prolog or the map <topicmeta> element.
- <change-item>Use the <change-item> element to represent a record of a single change to a DITA topic or map.
- <change-organization>Use the <change-organization> element to specify the name of an organization that required the change.
- <change-person>Use the <change-person> element to specify the name of the person who made the change.
- <change-request-id>Use the <change-request-id> element to specify an identifier associated with the change request, such as an issue ID or ticket number.
- <change-request-reference>Use the <change-request-reference> element to provide information that links the change to an external tracking system.
- <change-request-system>Use the <change-request-system> element to specify the name of an information system that manages or serves the referenced change request, for example, an issue tracking system.
- <change-revisionid>Use the <change-revisionid> element to specify a revision ID string that can identify the change.
- <change-started>Use the <change-started> element to specify the date on which the change was initiated.
- <change-summary>Use the <change-summary> element to summarize the change. It is the portion of the release note that might appear in a document.
Parent topic: Technical-content domains elements