Add ServiceNow Collaboration Provider
You can use ServiceNow tickets to track/audit the progress of Harness deployments (and Pipelines), and to approve or reject Pipeline stages or Workflows. This topic shows how to add ServiceNow as a Harness Collaboration Provider, in the following sections:
- Before You Begin
- Step 1: Add Collaboration Provider
- Step 2: Type
- Step 3: Display Name
- Step 4: Base URL
- Step 5: Username
- Step 6: Password
- Step 7: Usage Scope
- Step 8: Test and Save
- Next Steps
Before You Begin
Your ServiceNow account should ideally have the
admin role. If this is not possible, it should have at least the
itil role to create and modify tickets.
Your account should also have the
import_transformer role to manage import set transforms. For details, see ServiceNow's Base System Roles documentation.
Step 1: Add Collaboration Provider
Start adding a Collaboration Provider to Harness as follows:
- Click Setup.
- Click Connectors.
- Click Collaboration Providers.
- Click Add Collaboration Provider. This opens the default Collaboration Provider settings, which you will configure in the following steps.
Step 2: Type
Set the Type drop-down to ServiceNow. The settings now display ServiceNow-specific fields.
Step 3: Display Name
In Display Name, enter a unique name to identify this ServiceNow account connection. When you add ServiceNow steps to Workflows or Pipelines, you will select the appropriate ServiceNow account using this name.
Step 4: Base URL
In Base URL, enter the base URL by which your users access your ServiceNow applications. For example:
Step 5: Username
In Username, enter the username of the ServiceNow account to use for the connection.
Step 6: Password
In Select Encrypted Password, select or create a new Harness Encrypted Text secret.
Step 7: Usage Scope
Usage Scope is determined by the secret you used in Select Encrypted Password.
Step 8: Test and Save
- Click Test to check your configuration.
- When the test is successful, click Submit to save your ServiceNow Collaboration Provider.
- To use your ServiceNow Collaboration Provider in Workflows and Pipelines, see ServiceNow Integration.