As an administrator, you can create a TestArchitect
user for a repository. You may also match that TestArchitect
user to an existing LDAP user, if needed.
To create a TestArchitect user, do the following:
Invoke the Manage
Users dialog box for a given repository. (You can do
this by right-clicking the Administration node and then
selecting Manage Users.)
In the Manage Users dialog box, click the Add
The New User dialog box
In the New User dialog box, enter the following
- Name: (Required) Specify a TestArchitect user name for logging
- LDAP User Name: (Optional) Specify an existing LDAP
user name to map to this TestArchitect user
name. This field is essential only if the repository is configured to employ
LDAP authentication for user logins.
- If the repository is already configured for LDAP authentication, the domain
name is auto-filled in.
- Within a repository, only one TestArchitect user name may be
mapped to a given LDAP user name. (Note, however, that this does not
restrict you from concurrently allowing a different TestArchitect user name of a
different repository to be mapped to the same LDAP user name.)
- First Name, Last Name,
Email, Phone: (Optional) Additional
If you have entered an LDAP user name but it is already mapped
to another TestArchitect
user name, an error
message appears. Click OK
and then select a different
LDAP user name.
At this point, you have the option to change the authentication mode used by
the repository. See Setting a repository's user authentication mode.