ALM Site Administration enables both on-premises and SaaS admin users to create and maintain projects, users, servers, site connections, license usage, and server parameters. It also provides a set of tools for admin users to run activities for multiple projects in parallel.
Note: Starting from ALM 16.0.1, the web interface for Site Administration is available for both on-premises and SaaS environments. It replaces the previous Site Administration and SaaS add-on. For details about the legacy Site Administration, see Site Administration (legacy version).
With Site Administration, you can perform the following tasks.
|Create and maintain domains and projects||See Projects tab.|
|Manage the Lab Management project and Lab Management users||See Lab Management tab.|
|Manage users||See User Management tab.|
|Manage customers (for SaaS only)||See Customers tab (for SaaS only).|
|Manage roles ( for SaaS only)||See Role Management tab (for SaaS only).|
|Manage authentication policies||See Password Policy tab.|
Analyze site usages of licenses
|See Licenses tab.|
|Configure servers||See Servers tab.|
Monitor connected users
Monitor audit log (for SaaS only)
|See Monitoring tab.|
|Configure server parameters||See Configuration tab.|
|View and edit your personal information||See My Settings page.|
|Use Site Administration tools to run activities for multiple projects in parallel||See Site Administration tools.|
Note: The data available to SaaS admin users in Site Administration is filtered by customer.
Log in to Site Administration
Site Administration is accessible from the ALM Options window.
To log in to Site Administration:
Browse to your ALM URL:
http://<ALM server name/IP address>[<:port number>]/qcbin.
Contact your system administrator if you do not have the correct URL.
For Single-Sign-On users:
- If the user discovery page is displayed, add your user name or email address as specified in ALM. Click Submit.
- In the IDP page, add your IDP credentials. Click the log in button.
In the Application Lifecycle Management Options window, click Site Administration.
In the Site Administration login page, enter your username and password.
The Site Administration masthead is common to all tabs. It displays the following:
Opens the Task Status window, enabling you to view tasks that are running behind the scenes.
For details, see Monitor asynchronous executions.
Opens the Web Administrations tools list.
For details, see Site Administration tools.
Available for SaaS only.
Includes the following information:
Includes the following options:
Available for SaaS only.
Active Customer: Displays the current customer.
My Customer: Displays the customer where the logged in user belongs.
To switch to another active customer: