You create a license rule to specify for which users a login access rule is available. It is possible to have a login access rule without a license rule, but in that case, the login access rule is applied globally across the system, and that is not recommended.
Do the following:
Open the QMC: https://<QPS server name>/qmc
Select License management on the QMC start page or from the Start drop-down menu to display the overview.
Select Login access rules in the panel to the right.
Select a login access rule and click Edit.Note: To create a new login access rule, see: Creating login access rules .
Under Associated items, select License rules.
Click Create associated rule.
Edit the license rules as needed:
If you change the Resource filter, the rule may not work as intended.
Define the resource, user, or combined Conditions that the rule should apply to.
Optionally, edit the Advanced properties and create the Conditions for the rule.
Click Apply to create and save the license rule.
The license rule was successfully added to the associated items is displayed at the bottom of the page.
|Disabled||Rule toggle. (Disabled by default)|
|Name||The name of the login access rule. (Mandatory)|
|Description||The description of the rule.|
The option Allow access is automatically selected.
|Operator||Descriptions and examples|
This operator is not case sensitive and returns True if the compared expressions are exactly equal.
user.name = ”a*”
The user named exactly a* is targeted by the rule.
This operator is not case sensitive and returns True if the compared expressions are equal.
user.name like ”a*”
All users with names beginning with an a are targeted by the rule.
This operator is not case sensitive and returns True if the values in the compared expressions are not equal.
user.name != resource.name
All resources that do not have the same name as the user are targeted by the rule.