Administrators use workflow sessions to make changes to policies and objects. The session is then submitted for review and approval or rejection by the administrators defined in the ADOMs workflow approval matrix.
Administrators with the appropriate permissions will be able to approve or reject any pending requests. When viewing the session list, they can choose any pending sessions, and click the approve or reject buttons. They can also add a comment to the response. A notification will then be sent to the administrator that submitted the session and all of the approvers.
You cannot prevent administrators from approving their own workflow sessions.
If the session was approved, no further action is required. If the session was rejected, the administrator will need to either repair or discard the session.
The Global Database ADOM includes the Assignment option, for assigning the global policy package to an ADOM. Assignments can only be created and edited when a session is in progress. After a global database session is approved, the policy package can be assigned to the configured ADOM. A new session will be created on the assigned ADOM and automatically submitted; it must be approved for the changes to take effect.
A session can be discarded at any time before it is approved.
After multiple sessions have been submitted or approved, a previously approved session can be reverted to, undoing all the later sessions. This creates a new session at the top of the session list that is automatically submitted for approval.
A workflow approval matrix must be configure for the ADOM to which the session applies before a workflow session can be started. See Workflow approval.