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Tables installed with CI Lifecycle Management

Tables installed with CI Lifecycle Management

CI Lifecycle Management adds the following tables.

Table Description
CI State Registered Users

[statemgmt_register_users]

All currently active registered users that were created via the registerOperator API. You cannot manually add new records to this table.
CI Actions

[statemgmt_ci_actions]

A set of CI actions that can be applied to a CI during its lifetime.
CMDB CI Actions

[statemgmt_cmdb_actions]

Active/inactive CI actions set by a specific requestor for a specific CI. You cannot manually add new records to this table.
Compatible CI Actions

[statemgmt_compat_actions]

Set of rules that define pairs of CI actions that are compatible for a CI and can be applied simultaneously.
Not Allowed CI Actions

[statemgmt_not_allow_actions]

Set of rules that define specific actions that are not allowed for a CI when its in a specific operational state.
Internal Operational States

[statemgmt_ops_state]

Internal operational states set by a specific active requestor for a specific CI. You cannot manually add new records to this table.
Renew Lease Task

[statemgmt_renew_lease_task]

Set of tasks that were automatically created to renew the lease of CI actions whose lease has expired. You cannot manually add new records to this table.
Operational State Priorities

[statemgmt_ops_state_pri]

Priorities of operational states which determine precedence when multiple operational states are set for same CIs by different requestors.
Not Allowed Operational Transitions

[statemgmt_not_allow_ops]

Set of rules that define specific operational state transitions that are not allowed.

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