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  1. Thanks - I set up a test user on this domain to do the testing, working as expected again for other users. The point was that the Entity ID and ACS URL was pointing to a BETA address, changed the link provided from BETA to LIVE and it worked. Will wait for the META data upload fix before we do the other domains as they appear to remain working at this point in time. Thank you for your assistance.
  2. Thanks - Do you have any ETA on that?
  3. HI Trevor, Thanks for your response, I have updated the URL. However, when I try to update the metadata by posting the XML, Hornbill just hangs at "Importing Data..." with a spinning hornbill logo... Further to this, when I try to log in, I get a new error: Unable to load framework Show DetailsTypeError: Cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'modules') at runAppModules (https://live.hornbill.com/(INSTANCENAME)/app/esp.bootstrap.js?rel=1710_2:370:63) at https://live.hornbill.com/(INSTANCENAME)/app/esp.bootstrap.js?rel=1710_2:456:12 Thanks Adam
  4. HI Trevor, Thanks for your response, I have updated the URL. However, when I try to update the metadata by posting the XML, Hornbill just hangs at "Importing Data..." with a spinning hornbill logo...
  5. Hi We have multiple email domains which means we have multiple IDP setups that log into Hornbill using SSO, however, when a specific idp is selected, we are correctly directed to log in via Google and provide MFA etc, however, instead of logging in, users are met with: The certificates do not expire until 2024, and the ACS URL and Entity ID in Google match our other idp settings that are working... One thing to note, which could be related. When we go into SSO Profiles within Hornbill, there is the following message: Your SSO SAML Metadata Configuration needs to be updated, this can be done from the SSO Profiles page. Please see here for more details However, when we try to follow the instructions as advised by above and upload the METADATA via XML, Hornbill "hangs" at "Importing Data..." and never finishes? I'm aware we have had SSO since it was a PHP setup and our other "working" domains are still pointing at the php setup, unsure if this is related or not. One other thing is when you download the XML from the SSO profiles page you'll notice this has "BETA" in the URL? entityID="https://sso.hornbill.com/(ourinstance)/beta https://mdh-p01-api.hornbill.com/(ourinstance)/xmlmc/sso/saml2/authorize/user/beta Tried setting up from scratch, still no luck. Any help would be appriciated. Thanks Adam
  6. Thanks for this - It's what we currently do. It would be nice if you could just search without creating rules from the filter, rather than having to specify searching in the summary, description, raised by etc etc. Usually an issue if you are looking up to see if a member of the team has answered a similar ticket, a fuzzy search against all tickets against a keyword would work much better for this. The top search bar seems to have this feature, but it just shows results in a random order which isn't useful at all. This has cropped up multiple times in the past 18 months where work has been replicated unnecessarily when staff had not being able to find older occurences. Thanks Adam
  7. Hi All, I'm aware this has been asked in the past and have previously been told this is being worked on, but wanted to just post here to have this in writing. The search functionality in the top section makes life hard, the results that are returned seem to be in a very random order and aren't filterable once searched. Obviously works fine if you know the ticket ref, but without that you have to resort to creating a custom view, likely to capture ALL tickets, with multiple filters to attempt to find what you might be looking for. One great thing about Hornbill is that whole teams can refer back to older tickets, such as if a rollback was required on a change and the primary contact wasn't available, but this obtrusive search makes that very task frustrating. Are we doing something wrong, IS there a better way, or do others have the same issue? Best Regards Adam
  8. See Tina.Lapere post above, this pretty much hits the nail on the head.
  9. Thanks for the responses, much appreciated, would be interested to know roughly how long until the "slimmer" request list will be available. With regards to the screenshot request, the below shows the page, if you click a service (circled service shown below), you go to a second page, shown by the further screenshot. This second page which looks like its used for customers to place requests doesn't look like its editable, as you can see the Icons are in the default style rather than how we changed our service icons etc. Will this page become editable ? Th
  10. Hi All, I have spent some time configuring the layout of the new employee portal, mainly to try and make this look as close as possible to the original on "https://service.hornbill.com/." and encountered a few issues. Possible Bug) Screenshot attached "newportal.png" shows that there's clearly a ticket for request CH00003511, however, when using the search feature it states no results found. This works fine on the old portal see screenshot "oldportal.png" so guessing this is just a bug, possibly relating to searching for change requests or a setting maybe? Layout Requests) 1) See "newportalrequestlist.PNG" is there any possible way to increase widgets height, specifically the request widget or at least add a scroll bar rather than paginated results? 2) On requests widget, can we toggle how much details is shown or change the layout within so we get 1 line per request which would hopefully make it 'thinner' and fit more on screen rather than two which take up half the screen. 3) Add the ability to sort requests like the old portal, see screenshot "oldportal sorting.PNG" 4) Add ability to design the layout when clicked through to a service, currently this seems to look like the "default" theme. How long is the old portal going to be active so we can plan the transition, and once removed, will the old link redirect to the new portal? Thanks in advance. Adam
  11. Thanks Ehsan, unfortunately this has not fixed the issue. Your issue seems to be on all date filters, I was using "Date Closed" as mentioned above in my previous screenshots and this is still an issue.
  12. Hi Just wanting to post here again because the reporting issue I posted about has still not been fixed. Currently cannot run the report "Incidents Caused By Change" for a "Date Closed" of any filter such as last 365 days.... Thanks Adam
  13. Thanks Ehsan, I appreciate your feedback. Best Regards Adam
  14. Hi Gerry, Thanks for responding. No actual errors, just get "No Data Available" when there clearly should be. As an example, using the built in report "Requests Caused By Change" immediately shows no data as soon as you apply any date filter, this seems to be the same with many of the others. Below shows a snip from the "Default Report" data, for "Requests Caused By Change" If i then create a custom view on this report with the following criteria (or anything to do with dates) I get the following.. All issues seem to relate to when you use the Custom Reporting, the default reports work, although they include nonsense data such as cancelled testing requests etc so are unusable. The bespoke SQL reports I've had to create show: - SLA compliance. (First Response, First Resolution etc) by year/month - % Tickets raised by Analyst vs Self Service by year/month - % ticket reopen by year/month - % Incidents caused by change by year/month - % staff satisfaction year/month - Avg resolution times by SLA (This is in the reporting but the data doesn't seem to include actual working hours and cannot be filtered to show anything meaningful) You can probably produce most of these form advanced analytics, but the cost I was told was an additional 50% of our annual Horn bill spend . Thanks Adam
  15. Some of the reporting built into service manager seems to be completely broken. I had various custom reports, that now show no data and there's no reason as to why. As an example, the built in report "Requests Caused By Change" immediately shows no data as soon as you apply any date filter, this seems to be the same with many of the others such as reopen request count etc. Is there any plans to improve the reporting? I'm having to write custom reports constantly using the direct database SQL which is very time consuming trying to find the right columns and relationships between tables. Thanks Adam
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