1 2 Previous Next 19 Replies Latest reply on Nov 18, 2019 10:00 AM by Peter Lundqvist Go to original post
      • 15. Re: SRM Request vs. DWP Catalog Request
        Marek Ceizel

        I'll check that John. Thanks a lot.

        • 16. Re: SRM Request vs. DWP Catalog Request
          John Gallagher

          I have some screenshots in a Blog I did at the time, have a look at this link

          3 of 3 people found this helpful
          • 17. Re: SRM Request vs. DWP Catalog Request
            Marek Ceizel

            that looks promising

             

            thanks

            • 18. Re: SRM Request vs. DWP Catalog Request
              Martin Penev

              Hello,

               

              Although there are a few proposed workarounds for the issue, I think that none of them handles it 100%.

               

              If a service request is created from an incident that was submitted through a service, the user sees two entries under My Stuff (one with the request ID from SB and another one with the request ID from SRM).

               

              If a service request is not created when an incident is submitted through a service, the end user does not get notifications from SRM. This means one of three things:

              - end user will not get any notifications for these requests if incident management notifications are disabled (which is bad);

              - end user will get notifications from the incident if incident management notifications are enabled (which is not very good either because the end user is not even supposed to know what the backend ticket is - an incident, a work order, etc.);

              - end user will get custom notifications from service broker if such are defined in the workflow (which might be the best of the three but it is still a bit bad and needs to be handled explicitly in every workflow).

               

              And things become even worse if an incident is created via email or a call to service desk because in this case there is no ID from service broker (and end users will either get an ID from SRM or an incident ID, depending on configurations). This is really confusing for them. It will be much better if end users always get the same type of ID (and same notifications), no matter how they submitted their incident.

               

              John Gallagher, do you know whether there are any improvements related to handling of request IDs planned for new versions of Digital Workplace Advanced, so that we do not have to come up with workarounds that are never good enough for end users?

               

              Best Regards,

              Martin

              2 of 2 people found this helpful
              • 19. Re: SRM Request vs. DWP Catalog Request
                Peter Lundqvist

                Thank you everyone in this thread! We have been feeling so dumb thinking we must have missed something in the documentation

                 

                I couldn't agree with Martin Penev more, and I'll add:

                 

                I am surprised. Why isn't this more of an out of the box configuration?

                Shouldn't BMC DWP Catalog be a natural evolution for BMC SRM customers?

                This use case has been in place "forever" considering the timeline is in IT.

                1 2 Previous Next