Test the Setup of the BeyondTrust and ServiceNow Basic Integration
Test Session Key Generation
- Log into the BeyondTrust representative console, and then log into ServiceNow with the same account. If BeyondTrust and ServiceNow use different authentication systems, manually assign your BeyondTrust user to your ServiceNow user as described in Configure BeyondTrust Username and Authentication.
- Open a closed incident in ServiceNow, open a resolved incident, and make sure the BeyondTrust Session Key button does not appear for either of them.
- Open a test incident in ServiceNow. Confirm the State field matches one of the values for which the BeyondTrust Session Key button should appear, and make sure the button appears as expected. Remember that the incident must be saved before the button will appear.
- Under BeyondTrust > Integration > Properties, click the BeyondTrust Session Key button. This launches the BeyondTrust representative console, subsequently opening the Session Key dialog box.
Test BeyondTrust Session Import
- Log into ServiceNow as an ITIL user or an admin.
- Use the BeyondTrust Session Key button as described above to start a BeyondTrust session.
- End the session from the representative console and close any surveys and/or session end messages on the representative and/or customer sides of the session.
- Give the scheduled job you created earlier enough time to run, and then refresh the ServiceNow incident from which the session key was generated, scroll to the bottom of the page, and check the BeyondTrust Sessions list. There should be an entry for the recent session. If not, make sure the following are true:
- The API User Connection test works correctly as described above.
- There are no BeyondTrust errors reported for your ServiceNow instance in the BeyondTrust Outbound Events list. Your BeyondTrust admin can check this in BeyondTrust from the /login web interface under Management > Outbound Events.