A default user creates a public subscription, but other users cannot see it. In order for other users to see it, the SYSAdmin has to go to the Administration Tab, selecting Role and selecting Default User, and move the subscriptions under ‘Available Subscriptions’ to the ‘Selected Subscriptions’. Why aren't public subscriptions truly public?
Default users are not allowed to assign subscriptions to other uses. Only group admins and sys admins can do this according to certain guidelines stated below.
Release: CA Output Managment Web Viewer 12.1
Q. Who can create subscriptions?
A. Advanced Users, Group Admins and SysAdmins
Q. Who can assign subscriptions?
A. Group Admins and Sysadmins. Group Admins can only assign subscriptions to users they have created.
Q. What does private and public mean in regard to
A. Private means only the creator of the subscription can assign it to
others. Public means any Group Admin or SysAdmin who can edit the role can assign it to others.
Steps to create a subscription:
Steps to assign a
subscription (Admins only)
information about favorites and subscriptions, refer to our online documentation.
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