What is the relevant community for SSO (Siteminder)?
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SSO is located within the CA Security community. It's listed as "CA Single Sign-On" above.
Hi, What is the relevant Community for OpenWorkBench ?
Thank you in advance.
If it is... : https://communities.ca.com/community/ca-clarity
In that case can you give me the appropriate authorization to join this one.
This list is actually very out of date (which is why you couldn't access the Clarity community...the URL is now: CA PPM). I've marked this as outdated. Please take a look at our new community directory here: Community Hack - Find Your Product Community
As for where to find OpenWorkBench - I believe it is a feature of the CA PPM (f.k.a. Clarity) product, as I'm seeing all my search results for "OpenWorkBench" are leading me back to the CA PPM community. If you head there, and search the content section, you should be able to find quite a bit of information. You should also be able to ask any questions you have on OpenWorkBench there.
ok thanks but again.... if i come to this below....and i try the link... i am not allowed to enter there.... This is taking too much time for me... i do have a simple question: "It is possible in OWB to select multiple resources (people) in a view and assign them to one specific task. But I want to assign the selected resources to several tasks at once."
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Now that you are set up, visit the content area of our community to review questions posted by others (use the filters to find answered vs unanswered questions), or click on the pencil icon (top right) on the top grey banner to start your own discussion! When creating content, don't forget to add a product category! You can select a category by checking the box just above the "submit" button after you've selected the community. Adding a product category allows experts and other users to find your content more easily, and increases your chances of getting a response.
Sorry for the confusion. You can use this link (https://communities.ca.com/discussion/create.jspa?suppressMarkQuestion=true&question=true&containerType=14&containerID=2… ) to create a question int he CA PPM community. You'll have to repost your question in that form, as that is the area the PPM product experts monitor - we here in the training community aren't product experts.
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