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Pros and Cons of using Shared Teams

RaviM
10-Marble

Pros and Cons of using Shared Teams

We are looking at the requirement of managing large number of Products (in hundreds).

The requirement is to change the team members assigned to different roles easily without having to edit the team in each product. The Shared teams provides this functionality.

I want to understand if there are any downsides of using shared teams across large number of projects.

For example - Performance issues, ACL related challenges etc.

 

Thanks.

Ravi 

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Fadel
22-Sapphire I
(To:RaviM)

The top cons Ones you use a shared teams in a context , you can't roll back or change to another shared team.

for the performance refer to https://www.ptc.com/en/support/article/CS143292

Fede

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Fadel
22-Sapphire I
(To:RaviM)

The top cons Ones you use a shared teams in a context , you can't roll back or change to another shared team.

for the performance refer to https://www.ptc.com/en/support/article/CS143292

Fede
RaviM
10-Marble
(To:Fadel)

Very good information.

Thank you

 

Ravi

RaviM
10-Marble
(To:RaviM)

Hope to hear some more possible constraints or cons or Shared Teams.

RaviM
10-Marble
(To:Fadel)

Hello Fedel,

      Thanks for the information and the cons mentioned by you about not being able to change to another team.

Additionally, the article (https://www.ptc.com/en/support/article/CS143292) shared by you mentions that it is not advisable to modify the Shared teams locally. Local modification will result in loss of performance when very large number of Product contexts are used.

 

I am still not able to decide whether we should use shared teams when our customer will be having large number of products (1000+)

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