When acessing the Users applicantion at
https://<environment_address>/Users, on the Applications tab, you notice that one of your created apps isn't showing on the list.
As a consequence, you also can't assign the app's role to an user.
This is expected to happen when a given app doesn't have a "Home" module defined. You can confirm this is the case either in Service Studio or in Service Center.
Identifying the app doesn't have a home module in Service Studio
Connect Service Studio to your environment and click the affected app. When it doesn't have a "Home" module defined you'll notice that: * the Open in browser button is disabled * all it's modules with show with the "Set as Home" icon
Once you have confirmed in Service Studio that your app doesn't have a home module defined, you can proceed to the resolution.
Identifying the app doesn't have a home module in Service Center
Another way to confirm the cause is by accessing Service Center > Factory > Applications and click the affected app.
Examine the Modules list: an app that has a home module defined will have that module identified with ""(home)"" in front of the module.
This is how it looks when a home module is defined:
If your app doesn't have a home module it will show like this:
Once you have confirmed this is the case, you can proceed to the resolution.
Define a home module for the app.
Connect Service Studio to your environment and click the app you wish to set the home module. In front of the module that should be the home module, click the "Set as Home" icon
The Open in browser button will become enabled:
Go back to the Users application and on the Applications tab, your app will now show on the list and you can assign it's role to users.