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- Service Level Management agreement workflow and tasks
- Create a Service Level Agreement
- Create an Operational Level Agreement
- Create an Underpinning Contract
- Edit a service agreement
- Review a service agreement
- Attach a file to a Service Level Agreement
- Create or add an SQP or SIP
- Define Service Targets
- Define Process Targets
- Add Service Level Targets
- Edit Service Level Targets
- Delete Service Level Targets
- Use the Service Level Target wizard
- Access Service Level Agreements from other applications
- View service agreements from Configuration Management
Define Process Targets
Applies to User Roles:
System Administrator, Administrator
You define a Process Target to specify the maximum allowable amount of time for a response to a business event.
To define a Process Target, follow these steps:
- Click Service Level Management > Agreements > Process Targets
- Fill in all the required fields for the new service level target.
- Click Add.
- Click OK.
Define Service Level Targets in the SLT Catalog
You can also use the wizard in the SLT Catalog to create a Process Target.
To define a Process Target by using the SLT Catalog wizard, follow these steps:
- Click Service Level Management > Agreements > SLT Catalog.
- Click More, and then select Create SLT using Wizard.
- In the SLT Type field, select Process, and then click Next..
Continue providing the applicable information and clicking Next for each wizard form until you have created a Process Target.
You receive a message that states the new service level target catalog record is added.