You can use CTM:SupportGroupFuncRoleLookUp for that.
If you have Smart Reporting you could create your own custom view and report on Support Groups and Functional Roles - this is what we did.
Correct me if I am wrong, but won't this form only show a person being a member of a group if they also have a role within the group.
An example that comes to mind is a Service Desk member that does not have any roles other than triaging incoming incidents. They are Support Staff and are a member of the Service Desk group but they do not have any roles such as Infrastructure Change Coordinator, Support Group Lead, Knowledge Management Approver, etc. In this case the person would show in this form when searching by their Login ID or the group name.
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I just tested this theory. There is a member of my team that does not have any roles. They did not show up in the results when I searched based on my team's Support Group name.
Correct - CTM:SupportGroupFuncRoleLookUp only stores records of people who have at least one functional role.
In a situation where you need a report of all support group users and additional information of their functional role (if its exists) I would suggest a view where
'CTM:Support Group Association' is outer joined with 'CTM:SupportGroupFuncRoleLookUp' using Login ID & Support Group ID
And pull the First Name / Last Name from 'CTM:Support Group Association' and Role Information from 'CTM:SupportGroupFuncRoleLookUp'
That's exactly the point --> CTM:SupportGroupFuncRoleLookUp form will only show a person being a member of a group if they also have a role within the group.