Reviewing the status of service requests
Service catalog administrators, service agents, internal service suppliers, and internal service supplier administrators can check the status of self-service requests.
To ensure that the system is fulfilling services correctly, check the status of self-service requests on the Service Requests page. You can filter service requests, and export the data to a CSV file for further analysis.
To verify request details
To access service requests, select Reports > Service Requests.
To see details of a service request, double-click the table item (or select the item and then select Actions > Details). The Request Details panel displays the request details overview, responses to questions, survey rating, comments on a survey that has a rating, and error details a service request failed.
If a service request has confidential questions in the questionnaire, the confidential answers are not displayed on the User Responses tab.
As a service agent, you have access only to the Service Requests page.
If the service was originally created from an imported SRD from Remedy Service Request Management, you can see the Remedy Service Request Management request ID given to the end user. The end user can search BMC Digital Workplace using a given ID. Because this ID is from Remedy Service Request Management, a service agent or IT Administrator can search Smart IT or Remedy Service Request Management using this ID.
To troubleshoot failed requests
When BMC Digital Workplace Catalog cannot fulfill a request, the system returns a Fault status to the BMC Digital Workplace user and reports the failed request on the Service Requests page. Double click the failed request line to view the relevant section of the . You can also export the single request as a CSV file, to send to your IT help desk to investigate with BMC Support.
The following illustration shows Service Request Detail window.
To view the request process
When a process is completed, or if a process is paused, you can open the workflow and view the process to see where it may be waiting for a response.
The following illustration shows an example of a process workflow.