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It is possible for a judge to change his ruling when there's some defined justification for it --- such as the judge misinterpreted a document, unintentionally applied the law incorrectly, etc. But, a change in the order usually is a result of a motion to reconsider by the losing party.
So, if the judge just entered an order without prompting by a party filing a motion and without giving a justified reason for changing his ruling, that's questionable and you may want to consider filing an appeal.