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Steps to Onboard a Developer (WCER only)

This is a list of actions to grant a new developer access to online resources in WCER. In this document, "we" refers to resource managers with administrative privileges, and "you" refers to the person given access to resources.

Description of Online Resources

  • CONFLUENCE: a wiki for writing documentation of applications, processes, etc.
  • JIRA: a ticket-tracking system for working through bugs and fixes with clients and colleagues.
  • GITHUB: a version-control system to manage projects files.
  • ELMDEV: development web server (Microsoft Internet Information Services).
  • HICKORYDEV: development database server (Microsoft SQL Server).
  • N DRIVE: our department Windows share

Confluence

  1. We add your AD user account to the "soe-ad\atlassian_g" AD group.
  2. You log on via web page (https: confluence.wcer.wisc.edu)

JIRA

  1. We add your AD user account to the "soe-ad\atlassian_g" AD group.
  2. We add your AD user account to the "JIRA-TSDEV-developers" local group.
    1. Log on as administrator via web page (https://jira.wcer.wisc.edu).
    2. Choose "Sprocket > User management" and re-authenticate.
    3. Select "Groups" from the left sidebar.
    4. Type the group name, i.e., "JIRA-TSDEV-developers", in the search field.
    5. Click the "edit members" link in the group page, click the group icon under the "Add members..." section, then search and add the new member to the group.
  3. You log on via web page (https://jira.wcer.wisc.edu).

GitHub

  1. We add your AD user account to the "soe-ad\wcer-tsdev-users' AD group.
  2. You log on via web page (https://github.wcer.wisc.edu).

ELMDEV

  1. We add your AD user account to the "soe-ad\WCER Web Server Admin" AD group.
  2. You map a drive to these Windows shares...
    • \\elmdev\inetpub
    • \\elmdev\iis-logs

HICKORYDEV

  1. We grant your IP address firewall access to TCP port 1433 on the 144.92.160.0 network.
  2. We add your AD user account as a database management system (DBMS) login and database user of the OnPar database.
    1. Run SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) as an AD administrator and connect to "hickorydev.ad.education.wisc.edu".
    2. Make a new DBMS login.
      1. Expand the "Security" branch under "hickorydev.ad.education.wisc.edu" in the sidebar.
      2. Right-click on the "Logins" item and choose "New login...".
      3. Type "soe-ad\USERNAME" in the "Login name" field.
      4. Click the "OK" button to make the DBMS login.
      5. The login list automatically opens. Verify that the new login exists.
    3. Make a new database user.
      1. Expand the "Databases" branch under "hickorydev.ad.education.wisc.edu" in the sidebar.
      2. Expand the "OnPar" branch under "Databases".
      3. Right-click on the "Security" item and choose "New, User".
      4. Type "soe-ad\USERNAME" in the "User name" and "Login name" fields.
      5. Click on the "Membership" item under "Select a page" and fill the "db_datareader" and "db_datawrite" checkboxes.
      6. Click the "OK" button to make the database user.
      7. Expand the "Security\Users" item to verify the new user exists.
  3. You make a VPN connection to cross the firewall and run SSMS as your AD user account to connect to "hickorydev.ad.education.wisc.edu".

N Drive

  1. We add your AD user account to the "soe-ad\TechServices_G" AD group.
  2. You map a drive to these Windows shares...
    • \\maple\g$\projects\techservices
    • \\maple\g$\projects\techservices\development
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Keywords:onboard new developer online resources   Doc ID:79686
Owner:Chris D.Group:School of Education
Created:2018-01-26 13:17 CDTUpdated:2018-01-29 14:30 CDT
Sites:School of Education
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