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Add group in change phase for review

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Hi ,

 

In change phase definition, in the approval/review tab, there is Reviewer Requirements. If I add an operator it works fine.

 

But if I need to add a group instead of an operator how can I write it?

 

Thank you

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Absolutely no. It will only group from cm3groups table.
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Hi,

Add group in cm3groups table and map the required operator id in that group.
Then in approval definition place you added group instead of the operator you have marked.

hth,
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Is it possible to add the incident assignment groups instead of the change management groups?
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Absolutely no. It will only group from cm3groups table.
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