You create a project and add administrators and members to it. Project members can use features such as creating a pipeline and adding an endpoint. To create, delete, or update a project for a development team, you must be a Code Stream administrator.
A project must exist before you can create a pipeline. When you create a pipeline, you select a project that groups all your pipeline information together. Definitions for endpoints and variables also depend on an existing project.
- Verify that you have the Code Stream administrator role. See What are Roles in Code Stream.
- If you do not have the Code Stream administrator role, but you are an administrator in Cloud Assembly, you can use the Cloud Assembly UI to create, update, or delete projects. See How do I add a project for my Cloud Assembly development team in Using and Managing Cloud Assembly.
- If you are adding Active Directory groups to projects, verify that you configured Active Directory groups for your organization. See How do I enable Active Directory groups in vRealize Automation Cloud for projects in Using and Managing Cloud Assembly. If the groups are not synchronized, they are not available when you try to add them to a project.
- Select Projects, and click New Project.
- Enter the project name.
- Click Create.
- Select the card for the newly created project, and click Open.
- Click the Users tab and add users and assign roles.
For more information about project roles, see How do I manage user access and approvals in Code Stream.
- The project administrator can add members.
- The project member who has a service role can use services.
- The project viewer can see projects but cannot create, update, or delete them.
- Click Save.
What to do next
After you create a pipeline, the name of the project that groups all your pipeline information together appears on pipeline cards and pipeline execution cards.