I'm trying to pin down the exact meaning of context in the below. It seems to me that they are saying something like lifecycle state change, and not moving a component from one context (or product) to another. I think these Associated Process Objects become 'part' of the associated Change Object.
For example if you create an ECN from an ECR, the Affected Objects can be populated to the ECN from the ECR, and the ECR becomes an Associated Process Object on the ECN. So context here doesn't seem to mean product. Any ideas?
Out of Windchill help:
The Associated Process Objects table contains associated changes with parent and child relationships for a context change. Process links support closure through a workflow process, so the objects can be closed at the same time if each object is in the correct state.