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PostPosted: 22 Sep 2016 9:56 

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Hello Everyone,

I am new to this forum and I have few queries.

We have nonprod environments and we get frequent restart and cache clear requests from developers. I want to delegate this to developers team using Control-M.

We have .bat scripts and Jobs in place to shut, start and clear cache. We use those jobs as Application administrators.

1. How can I do that making sure developers have access to select jobs only. Do I need to create separate user auth group? Developers can execute scripts using Control-M Self Service right? I will wait for reply and move on with this conversation further. thanks in advance!

PostPosted: 04 Oct 2016 8:45 
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You can select Folders, Application, Groups you want to affect to a user or to a Group.
Everything must be declare at first in your CCM.
After that you must declare Services and Rights to SelfService.

But if you want simple tool and way to provide a web access to your users,
go to see APS Manager on

PostPosted: 14 Oct 2016 2:33 
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there is a detailed video on Self Service on youtube created by the BMC support group
it covers the topics of creating orderable services

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