Workflow Management
Active Directory
Workflow Management

Workflow Management provides fine-grained access to the IPAM administrators with lower privilege levels to conveniently perform day-to-day DDI Operations without compromising the Segregation of Duties. With the workflow integration, Normal Administrators and Power Administrators within the organization can stage actions like adding a DNS entry or Bulk adding subnets for approval and getting them reviewed and approved by Super Administrators or Functional Administrators before execution.

The NADM and PADM users can perform add or modify or delete Operations on the Web Interface. These operations are termed workflows and are staged for approvals by SADM or FADM users. Every staged workflow action will be entitled to a unique workflow identification number. Any change in the ticket number is automatically pulled by tracking the HTTP Header.


SADM and FADM users can log in to the workflow management web interface and review the data. Only these users will have the privilege to approve or deny a workflow. A workflow that has been approved or denied cannot be revoked since the workflow manager asynchronously delegates the action to the appropriate service handler for execution upon approval. However, the underlying entity can be revoked using Undo Functionality.