Manage My Environment Bookings

The My Environment Bookings tab of the Environment Requests page contains the list of Environment Bookings.

How are Environment Bookings Made?

The My Environment Bookings tab of the Environment Requests page contains the list of Environment Bookings made by:

  • Dragging Environments to the right side of the Environment tab of the Enterprise, Project and Independent Release pop ups.
  • Adding a TEBR with a Release.

Who can Approve Bookings?

Administrators who are selected as an Approver for the Environment’s System can use the My Environment Bookings tab to approve or reject My Environment Bookings, comment on My Environment Bookings, and update the My Environment Booking start and end dates.

If the Environment’s System has no Approver selected, anyone with access to the Environment Requests page can approve or reject the Environment Booking.

The title “My Environment Bookings” can be customized using the Title Names Customization.

Manage My Environment Bookings

To manage My Environment Bookings:

  1. Open a My Environment Booking:
    1. Go to Environment > Requests.
    2. Click the My Environment Booking tab.
    3. Click on Release ID or Release Name.
      The View/Edit My Environment Booking pop up opens.
  2. Click to open Releases and TEBRs, if they are part of the booking, in a new browser tab.
  3. Update the My Environment Booking Start Date and time, and End Date and time.
  4. Update the Environment or Environment  Group.
    Administrators can prevent users from viewing and booking Environments and Environment Groups outside their Portfolio Association by selecting the My Portfolio Association checkbox for the Restrict Site-Wide View of Environments user permission
  5. Approve or Reject a My Environment Booking:
    1. Click to select the Approved or Rejected radio button.
      To approve My Environment Bookings users must:
      • Have the Approve Environment Allocation in Scheduler user permission.
      • Be selected as Approvers under the Approvers tab in the System linked to the Environment.
  6. Manage comments on a My Environment Booking:
    1. Click the comments button.
    2. Add a comment:
      1. Type your comment in the Enter comment here field.
      2. Click Send.
    3. Edit a comment:
      1. Click Edit.
      2. Edit the comment.
      3. Click Update.
    4. Delete a comment:
      1. Click Delete.
      2. Click Yes.
    5. Close the comments pop up by clicking the X in the top-right corner.

Bulk Update My Environment Bookings

Bookings can also be bulk updated from Enterprise, Project, or Independent Releases, or TEBRs (with or without a Release).

To bulk update:

  1. Click to select two or more checkboxes.
    The top checkbox to select all.
  2. Select Bulk Update from the Action drop-down menu.
  3. Perform one or more of the following actions:

    1. Bulk update Dates:
      1. Shift Dates:
        1. Click to select whether the end dates or the start and end dates should be moved.
        2. Click to select whether the dates should be moved forward or backward.
        3. Type the number of Days.
        4. Click Save & Close.
      2. New Dates:
        1. Select a Start Date.
        2. Select an End Date.
        3. Click Save & Close.
    2. Bulk update the Status:
      1. Click to select Approved or Rejected:
        • The user must:
          • Be selected as an Environment Booking Approver in the Environment’s System.
          • Have the Approve Environment Allocation in Scheduler user permission.
      2. Click Save & Close.

On bulk updating the environment booking status or dates, Environment Booking requesters and the relevant stakeholders will receive email notifications. This enables them to view the progress of their bookings.

View Audit History

Click the clock-shaped button  to view the Audit History of the record. 

Copy URL to Clipboard

Click the Copy URL to Clipboard button  to create a link back to the open My Environment Booking.

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