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Status Future consideration
Workspace API Connect
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 23, 2024

Tasks list in API Manager should show importan information like APP Name and Consumer Organisation Name

We user API Connect 10.0.5 and have "Application Lifecycle" activated. Thus any consumers will have to request "app upgrade to production". In this case a task is created in the task list of the catalog. This task will then show: 

- Type "Request to upgrade application to production"

- Originator: NAme and UserID of the consumer org user, that requested this upgrade to production

- Type: Application lifecycle request

- Submitted: duration since task has been created

Unfortunately the Task List does not show information about the App the upgrade has been requested for and the consumer org name that app resides in. Without this information (at least App Name and App ID) , our Approver Role Members are not really able to see, whether this upgrade request should be approved - or not, especially if the same USer has requested upgrade for several Apps at the same time.

IBM should display at least the App name (and App ID or App Object Name), ideally alongside with Consumer Org Name (and Consumer Org ID or Consumer object name) in API MAnagers Task List.

App Name should even already be present in the browser, as F12 Tools show, that Task details json object already includes this information as part of the task name and task title

Idea priority High