1. Describe your environment: What is your industry? What is your role in your organization? Describe your stakeholders.Industry: Construction Equipment
Role: Product Architect/Option Manager
Stakeholders: R&D , Production2. What version of Windchill are you currently running?11.23. Describe the problem you are trying to solve. Please include detailed documentation such as screenshots, images or video.
Only The Global Option Managers should be allowed to create and edit O&C and Global Rules in the Global Library (VCE Common Option Pool).
The product containers will use a subset of the globally available O&C in their Local Option Set.
The Option Manager in the product container should have full rights to create Local rules in the Local Option Set without needing to have full manager access to the Option library
4. What is the use case for your organization?Clear separation of responsibilities5. What business value would your suggestion represent for your organization?Medium
Thank you for your idea and the information provided. Even though I acknowledged it, I can't insist enough on the problem description that you are trying to solve. This is an essential point from the Product Managers.
As for the business value, I recommend to elaborate beyond "medium". This could be an important element to decide what goes into the product roadmap.
Let me elaborate on the problem description;
The Library with the Option pool is Global in our company and the new O&C that are added in this library are controlled by a Governance. This Option pool should have a restricted user group to create or edit its content.
On a lower level in the product containers, a subset of O&C is selected to be used in that specific product container with it's local option set. This local option set with its local rules is managed by a local option manager. This local option manager should be able to create his local rules WITHOUT rights to create/edit O&C in the Option pool.
I need to separate responsibilities since I have 10-20 local option managers and only 2 global managers.
The business value is created by Not having 20 Local option managers destroying the carefully maintained logic in my global option pool.
Thanks for this additional description!
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