What is change log? - Definition from WhatIs.com
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What is a change log?

A change log is a record of requests for change (RFCs) submitted for all changes in a service. A change log tracks the progress of each change from submission through review, approval, implementation and closure. The log can be managed manually by using a document or spreadsheet or it can be managed automatically with a software or Web-based tool. 

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This was last updated in November 2008
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