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Hello, Looking for some advice, I would like to use Hornbill to trigger an outbound API call to trigger a CI/CD pipeline in Azure DevOps. Does anyone have any experience with this? or is it even possible? Thanks!
I have noticed that a CI is appearing in the portal and I am not sure why, I have recorded the settings etc to better see the issue. Is there something that we have done wrong or is this a system issue?
Hello, We've been using Configuration Manager for over a week and so far it's been proven useful. This request is likely to be part Service Manager - Assets, and Configuration Manager. We need a way to group a collection of Assets under an Organisation (Menu -> Customers - Organisations / Contacts)... bearing in mind we do not use Customer Manager (since our customers are the Business themselves) though we have third party supporting some of our Assets and Applications - but they would never log in to our Portal or Hornbill at all. We need to be able to link these assets to those Organisations, as well as having it shown in Configuration Manager, and I would really hope that we do not have to set up a "Basic User" in order to show this information. What we expect to be able to do is to use Configuration Manager to see the linked "Asset" against a Request, then to be able to expand that "Asset" and view the Manufacturer / Organisation "Supporting" it, then to be able to expand that node to view ALL the other Assets under that Manufacturer / Organisation. Many thanks, Samuel @Aaron Summers - for info
So it appears that when you have a CI that was listed in the portal the link still works when the CI is retired, this has meant that some people can fill in/complete a form which is retired but it fails as the BPM doesn't work or process it normally. Is there a way of fixing this or do we need to change the setting inside the CI to be available just to the Service Desk?