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Hide an attribut for the Browser based on criteria

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Hello

 

I'm wondering if there is a way to :

    - create an attribute for a type of CI

    - show/hide this attribute for end user on the browser base on some criteria on those CI

I've a request to create an attribut on "computer" CI but this information is only for VM on VMWare.

So I would like to hide this attribut for the other "computer" CI

 

I'm just wondering if it's possible with an unknown feature ? Or if I have to say that is not possible to the requester

 

Thanks in advance

 

Erwan Le Baron (Geodis)

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Re: Hide an attribut for the Browser based on criteria

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Hi Erwan,

 

if you create an attribute, it is available for all the subclasses. You can make the attribute not visible in CMS UI through the qualifiers in the CI Type Manager - "CMS Browser Visible" unchecked. Then you can check this option only for the classes on VMs. This is currently available based on class

The other option is to hide all the attributes when the values are empty - "Show attributes that have no value" Infrastructure setting. So this will work if you have both VMs and physical machines in unix class, but it will work for all attributes, not only the one you created.

 

Regards,

Petko

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Re: Hide an attribut for the Browser based on criteria

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Hi Erwan,

 

if you create an attribute, it is available for all the subclasses. You can make the attribute not visible in CMS UI through the qualifiers in the CI Type Manager - "CMS Browser Visible" unchecked. Then you can check this option only for the classes on VMs. This is currently available based on class

The other option is to hide all the attributes when the values are empty - "Show attributes that have no value" Infrastructure setting. So this will work if you have both VMs and physical machines in unix class, but it will work for all attributes, not only the one you created.

 

Regards,

Petko

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Re: Hide an attribut for the Browser based on criteria

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Thanks for this quick answer.

I'm not sure to understand what stand for "class"

What do you mean by "Class" ? Do you have documents links for understand what is that and how to configure and manage it ?

 

Regards

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Re: Hide an attribut for the Browser based on criteria

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class = CI Type

subclass =  child of a CI Type

 

Kind regards,
Bogdan Mureșan
EMEA CMS Technical Success
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Thanks for the clarification

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