Team Space overview

You can find information about the initial Team Space that is displayed when you log in to HCL OneTest Server. After you install HCL OneTest Server, you enter a Team Space. Team Space is a logical partition of HCL OneTest Server to share a single installation among multiple teams.

The initial Team Space is the only logical partition created on an instance of HCL OneTest Server. The Team Space facilitates users of the same team space to work together.

A Team Space is an exclusive, separate, and secure space on HCL OneTest Server. Apart from being a container for projects, a Team Space facilitates the registration of remote Docker hosts, and viewing the registered agents, Dockers, or intercepts.

Setting up a Team Space

The initial Team Space is the only Team Space that is available, and you cannot set up any other Team Space.

When licensed users log in to HCL OneTest Server, they can view the Projects page of the initial Team Space. If the user does not have a license, then they can view the License Configuration page. Until a user is configured as a licensed user, the user cannot perform any operations on HCL OneTest Server. If you are a Server Administrator, you must first configure the licensed users so that the licensed users are enabled to perform operations on HCL OneTest Server.

Tasks or operations in a Team Space

If you are a server administrator, you can perform the following operations in the initial Team Space:
Tasks More information
Configuring the licensed users License management
Configuring an SMTP server to send email notifications Configuring email notifications
If you are a licensed user, you can perform the following tasks:
Tasks More information
Adding a project in the initial Team Space Adding a project
Viewing existing projects Viewing projects
Becoming a member of other projects Becoming a project member
Viewing details about the licensed users or license server Viewing license details
Viewing the SMTP configurations Viewing email configurations
Installing remote agents and configuring them to register with HCL OneTest Server Agents overview
Registering a remote Docker host with HCL OneTest Server Registering a remote Docker host with HCL OneTest Server
Editing configurations of a remote Docker host Editing configurations of a remote Docker host
Unregistering a remote Docker host Unregistering a remote Docker host from HCL OneTest Server
Viewing remote agents, remote Dockers, or intercepts that are registered with HCL OneTest Server in the initial Team Space
Creating a model of the system under test System modeling
Adding a Team Space repository Adding a repository to a Team Space
Viewing an existing system model Viewing the system model

System Model

The system model feature enables you to model the system under test by creating components that are a logical representation of test assets or resources. You also create inter-relationships among the components. All licensed users of the initial Team Space can design a system model. You must configure a team space repository before you create the system model. See System modeling.

Note: The repository that you add to the Team Space is only used to store the system model. You cannot view this repository from the Projects page.

Working with projects in a Team Space

All projects are created within the initial Team Space. When you open a project, the options that are displayed in the navigation pane are specific to working with projects within a Team Space. See Working with projects.

When you are working on a project in a Team Space and you want to return to the options available for working in the Team Space, you can click the Home icon in the navigation pane.