Self-Service Catalog: a business-oriented interface to submit on-demand business flow.
A new and improved version of the Self-Service Catalog is available. You can now launch your services quickly and easily and check on them at anytime by accessing the Self-Service Catalog from any device.
To use the Self-Service Catalog you do not need to be a Workload Automation expert, but you can leverage on services based on automation capabilities in no time, provided you are connected to the Dynamic Workload Console in Single Sign-On (SSO). For more information, see Configuring the Dynamic Workload Console for Single Sign-On topic in the Documentation.
The Workload Automation scheduler or application can now define services directly from the Workload Designer marking the job streams as services and specifying service parameters. As part of the job stream definition, the service definitions now can be easily transferred to a different environment
When creating and editing SSC-ready job streams, it is recommended you use the Dynamic Workload Console.
For more information about defining SSC-ready job streams, see the online help for job stream definitions in the Dynamic Workload Console and Job stream definition for editing the job stream from the command line in the Documentation.
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