Let's assume, I have a Custom Workflow Input called YESNO with LOV enties: Yes=>YES, No=>NO. I have a custom tasks, where I have an input variable of that type. I create a workflow, and place the custom task in it. When I configure that task, I would like to set some values not as Mapping User Input, but directly in Task Inputs. And here problem appears. That variable has a droppbox, but, it's empty, the above values are not pupulated. However, when I add a workflow input of that type, and define Admin Input, the list is pupulated. First, I thought that there is something wrong with the LOV I created, but I noticed it works the same for all LOVs. For example, when I define VMware Account variable in a task, I cannot see any of my VMware cloud accounts, unless I define it as Workflow Input. Of course, I can create hundreds of Workflow Inputs, but sometimes, I know that in specific workflow the task input will be always static, and there is no need to define Workflow Input, as I will not be changing it ever. Is this normal behavior of UCSD or there is some switch I can use to make LOVs visible/pupulated in custom tasks directly?
In this article, we are providing sample work flows for the private cloud management solution. In our topology, ACI is used for network. We have placed the BMA outside the UCS fabric and connected through L3 switch. The UCS ser...
This workflow will log onto a WLC and find the connected AP(s) and test if they are on the network.
Validated on UCSD 184.108.40.206
This came together via several parties of people (Sasha, Russ and Michael Z.)
The original question was this:
When deploying open automation connector module and trying to create side menu per UCSD docs
This contribution was provided by: Sabina Al Farah.
Many thanks go out to Sabina Al Farah.
2 Workflows are attached :
Ceph - Setup Cluster - using Ansible - on RHEL
Ceph - Provision Block Storage
This is an integration example between UCSD and Cohesity.
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