Define a provisioning rule Provisioning rules auto-configure cloud resources. When a user requests a cloud resource, each provisioning rule (in the specified order) compares the requested resource against the conditions in the rule. If the request meets all conditions, then the system assigns a value to the variables that are specified in the rule. Before you beginRole required: cloud_admin About this task There are two components to a provisioning rule: Assignments: An assignment specifies the variable to configure and the value to set for the variable. Provisioning rules typically include several assignments. Conditions: Conditions that are compared to the request to determine when to apply the rule and perform the assignments. Note: When any rule is triggered, no additional rules are evaluated. Define an assignment for provisioning rulesProvisioning rules include assignments that specify the values to assign to variables during provisioning. Before you create a provisioning rule, you configure all of the assignments that the rule might make use of.Configure a 'Set by Filter' assignmentThe Set by Filter assignment assigns the sys_id of the first record that matches a specified condition.Specify the conditions for a provisioning ruleAfter you have configured all of the assignments that will implement a provisioning rule, you can create the rule, name the rule, specify the conditions that apply the rule, and then add the assignments that should be made when the rule is triggered.Provisioning rules: TroubleshootingThe provisioning rule selected for a particular request is expected to populate all required variables before automatic provisioning can occur. If a required variable is not populated when all rule assignments are completed, then the workflow assigns a task to a cloud operator to complete the assignments.