In PDN I saw that we have to define access group in security tab in case of advanced agent. I have created one advanced agent and I have not specified access group in security tab but still agent executed the activity successfully upon scheduled time. Can some one help me in understanding when we exactly need to provide the access group for advanced agent?. Thanks in advance....
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1. In case if agent activity present in same ruleset of agent, then are we not needed to provide access group for advanced agent?.
2. If agent activity present in different rule set and if we are not mentioning the access group, it checks for default access group shipped by the product. Can you plz tell me what is the name of this default access group and where can I see it in designer studio?.
Posted: 5 years ago
Posted: 12 Apr 2017 3:51 EDT
Jani Basha Gunturu (JanibashaG)
Agents which are defined in an application RuleSet may have access to all the activities, etc. that they require. If you create an agent which accesses some functionality not in the agent’s RuleSet or prerequisites of the agent’s RuleSet, you must define an access group which includes both RuleSets (the agent’s RuleSet, and the RuleSet where the additional functionality is), and include that access group on the agent rule form.
If we are not mentioning access group for the agent activity present in different ruleset, it checks for default access group shipped by the product.(PRPC:Agents). Since it could not find mentioned activity there, it would not perform any action,