State Transitions for Requested Services and Components
Service requests, services, and components progress through various states.
- Possible States
- State transitions for new service requests
- State transitions for all services in a new service request
- State transitions for all components in a service — new service request
- State transitions for change requests
For an example of how to fulfill, assign, and link service requests, see Fulfilling Service Requests.
- The possible states for requested service and components are:
- PENDING_APPROVAL — The request has been submitted. This is the first state of any existing request.
- APPROVED — The requested service has been approved.
- IN_PROGRESS — The service request is being worked on by an administrator.
- COMPLETED — The service request has been successfully completed.
- REJECTED — The service request has been rejected.
- DEPLOYED — The service has been created, but the request isn't yet completed.
- PENDING_COMPLETION — The service has been deployed. It's marked as ready for release to the requester, and any post-deployment completion workflows will be run.
Once all service-level completion workflows have finished, the entire service request moves to Completed.
Once all component-level completion workflows have finished, the entire service moves to Completed.
Once the component-level completion workflow has finished, the component moves to Completed.
Note that because Custom Components are not deployed, they automatically advance from Pending Deployment to Pending Completion, triggering the component-level completion workflow.
Once all completion workflows have finished, the entire change request moves to Completed.