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can we create multiple montor groups for BPM Profiles (Enterprise) in hp BAC 8.07

Hi Guys,

 

I was wondering if we could create multiple groups for BPM profiles grouping - Enterprise(not sure what it is called). please find the snapshot below. is it possible to create a new one Enterprise 2 and move some of the profiles under it.

 

 

Thanks for your help,

mallesh

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

There can only be one root level folder (Enterprise). All you can create (including nested groups) should be under the Enterprise.

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Thanks Dmitry for replying back soon.

 

please let me know how do i create nested groups? i didnt find any options for doing it. i tried creating differnet views but it didnt create any nested groups as you said.

 

Thanks much for you help

mallesh

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

I don't have BAC 8 handy to try myself, but it should be as easy as right click on the Enterpise node and select New Group or something similar.

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It doesnt have that option. it can create a new container but it would be present inside it. i am gonna check with support to see if its possible.

 

Thanks,

mallesh

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