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Fayaz_Ahmad Outstanding Contributor.
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new attribute issue

We have created a new attribute under CI Type Manager>Node
Added successfully new attribute with name ""environment""
while looking to update the data in this field it is not available in the application on any server,.

Even creating this new attribute is creatin problems like

CI history is not coming

CI properties is not showing anything in UI interface.

deleted the newly created attribte evrything works fine now.

any idea...am I doing anthing wrong while creating a new attribute?

 

Regards
Fayaz

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Re: new attribute issue

First... best practice is to prepend it with a company name so if R&D ever adds that same named attribute, there won't be class model collisions.  So, don't create 'Environment', but in my case, I work for Micro Focus, so I could call it:  MF_Environment or something like that.

 

Second... on the 'add attribute' dialog in the Advanced tab, do you have things checked "Visible", "Editable"?  Are you looking at it in the UCMDB Browser?  Is it visible there?  (Third tab, UCMDB Browser Qualifiers)?

Hope this helps,
Keith Paschal
UCMDB Worldwide Support Lead
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Fayaz_Ahmad Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: new attribute issue

HI Keith,

 

Thanks for your reply.

Thanks for your suggestion so I will create it now as co_environment

On Advanced tab Visible and Editable are enabled.

On third tab UCMDB Browser Qualifiers CMS browser is enabled

Still facing the same issue, does it has any relation with the database user access which is in use for SQL DB connectivity?

Kindlly advise.

BR

Fayaz

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Re: new attribute issue

So, you have added the new attribute, but you can't see / populate it at all from the UI?  Did you check the error.log to see what it has to say?  If you face further difficulties, I'd recommend opening a case, unless the error.log shows the error clearly.

Hope this helps,
Keith Paschal
UCMDB Worldwide Support Lead
Micro Focus Support
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Re: new attribute issue

here is the error log

 

2019-02-17 12:41:47,007 WARN [Process Results Thread-Host Resources and Applications by Shell] (ModifiablePatternImpl.java:43) - Pattern [Get Composition Links], was found to have non valid node links condition,
GRAPH HAS BEEN MODIFIED AUTOMATICALLY !!!, validation problems found:
Node links condition for node [1] is empty
Node links condition for node [2] is empty


2019-02-17 12:43:28,665 ERROR [qtp1240362220-109918] (DalCallStack.java:77) - 776499033 384236142 Can't execute statement [ALTER TABLE CDM_VMWARE_VIRTUAL_SWITCH_1 add A_FAY varchar(50) NULL],
due to exception: java.sql.SQLException: [mercury][SQLServer JDBC Driver][SQLServer]Cannot find the object "CDM_VMWARE_VIRTUAL_SWITCH_1" because it does not exist or you do not have permissions.

2019-02-17 12:43:28,665 ERROR [qtp1240362220-109918] (CmdbDalException.java:88) - Sql exception occurred. Details:
Can't execute statement [ALTER TABLE CDM_VMWARE_VIRTUAL_SWITCH_1 add
A_FAY varchar(50) NULL], due to exception: java.sql.SQLException: [mercury][SQLServer JDBC Driver][SQLServer]Cannot find the object "CDM_VMWARE_VIRTUAL_SWITCH_1" because it does not exist or you do not have permissions..

The exceptions in the chain:
Cause (1): java.sql.SQLException: [mercury][SQLServer JDBC Driver][SQLServer]Cannot find the object "CDM_VMWARE_VIRTUAL_SWITCH_1" because it does not exist or you do not have permissions.
Stack
trace (1):
java.sql.SQLException: [mercury][SQLServer JDBC Driver][SQLServer]Cannot find the object "CDM_VMWARE_VIRTUAL_SWITCH_1" because it does not exist or you do not have permissions.
at com.mercury.jdbc.sqlserverbase.ddcw.b(Unknown Source)
at com.mercury.jdbc.sqlserverbase.ddcw.a(Unknown Source)
at com.mercury.jdbc.sqlserverbase.ddcv.b(Unknown Source)
at com.mercury.jdbc.sqlserverbase.ddcv.a(Unknown Source)
at com.mercury.jdbc.sqlserver.tds.ddr.v(Unknown Source)
at com.mercury.jdbc.sqlserver.tds.ddr.a(Unknown Source)
at com.mercury.jdbc.sqlserver.tds.ddr.c(Unknown Source)

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