Could someone explain to me the term Redlining?

I am a noob to the PLM world. What is the functional and technical meaning of the term Redlining?

Agile User Asked on September 1, 2020 in Agile PLM (v9).
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Redlining is simply the marking of as-is to to-be.

To be more clear, a long long time ago, Engineers used to use red pens to make changes to engineering drawings to note changes…. this was way back in the day when we used to have physical drawings hung in large drawers…. who remembers?

So In Agile PLM we represent this through marking attributes (as long as they are change controlled) and BOM changes while attaching drawing representations to changes.

Agile will see these redlines to attributes and BOMs as related to a change so that when the change is released the redlines become the record.

Does this help?

Agile Angel Answered on September 1, 2020.

Thanks for explaining it Patrick. How is it different from an ECR ?

on September 2, 2020.
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