You have chosen toassign users for the administrator tasks using responsibilities. You must now define the responsibilities for your transport domain.
You have alreadyconfigured the transport workflow, or are currently configuring it, and want to assign users using responsibilities.
You must first decide how you want to define the responsibilities in your transport domain. You can define the responsibilities of the standard workflow role Import Administrator using the target system, target client andprojects in CTS. You will usually define responsibilities by system.
To define the responsibilities for the Import Administrator, proceed as follows:
If you want the responsibility to apply generally for a parameter, for example, for all target systems, enter *.
If you have set up the organizational plan in your system, you can also use Organization Management to make your user assignment.
The responsibilities are organized by priority. The system first examines the responsibilities with the highest priorities. If none of these responsibilities applies to the task, the system examines the responsibilities with the next highest priority. If no responsibility applies, the dummy responsibility you have created makes sure that the task still finds a user. The task of this user is to forward the workflow task manually to a transport administrator, or to reject the transport proposal and send it back to the creator of the proposal.
You have now split up the different areas in your transport domain into responsibilities. Transport workflow tasks are now distributed automatically to the responsible transport administrator.