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      Dimensions CM to generate an ALF Event to update Deployment Status (Success of Failure) When SBM invokes the dmwebservice promoteBaselines operation to start the deployment in Dimensions CM, the deplo...yment job is started.  However, the deployment status is not feedback to SBM to transition the process.  The enhancement is for Dimensions CM to generate an ALF event back to SBM to update the deployment status (Success or Failure). More
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      Current privileges model in SBM is based on Owner (and Secondary owner), Submitter, Contact and Contact's company fields of an item (with last two used for view only, not transition).For enterprise-wi...de workflow applications that is often not enough. On many occasions there is a need to grant view (and/or transition) privileges to users based on data other than those mentioned above.1st example:Submitter submits an item. He/she is a member of an organizational unit. Manager of that organizational unit should be able to see that item. But there is also a hierarchy of organizational unit in effect and managers of organizational units up the hierarchy should also be able to see that item. 2nd example:There is a list of services (auxiliary table), and item is submitted by selecting one of the available services. There are teams (or individuals) responsible to solve request connected to that particular service3rd example:User submits an item. User is located in "Location A" (information is in auxiliary tables). Only Level 1 techs that cover that particular location (again, that information is in auxiliary tables) should be able to see (and act on) that item. Final example:Not really example but the fact that all of the above is needed in same workflow. So, it would be great to have flexible way of specifying privileges based on various information contained in auxiliary tables. This is a problem that in many occasions disqualifies SBM as a potential platform for implementing some enterprise-wide workflow applications that requires strict permission/privileges handling. I know that initially it seems that it can be solved by collecting all privileged users into Secondary Owner field during submit phase, but great problem is maintaining that list during the life cycle of an item (during the life cycle of an item, changes are happening in all those auxiliary tables and keeping those change in sync with items Secondary Owner field is a maintenance nightmare). And this is for view only, let alone transition privileges. More
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      SBM 10.1.4: Tracking Application Usage

      posted in SBM/Business Management on 26th Feb, 2015

      In this short video on the new SBM 10.1.4 release, you'll learn how to monitor peak application usage periods and see how often your SBM applications are used.

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