By sharing imported blueprints and templates with projects, you are entitling the Service Broker project members to request the items from the catalog.
To ensure that your users can deploy the catalog items that you share with them, ensure that the project contains the cloud zone resources that support the catalog item. For example, if a blueprint is constructed of components that can only be deployed to your Microsoft Azure infrastructure, the project must include Azure cloud zones.
Depending on what you are offering you users in the catalog, verify that the blueprints and templates are imported. See Add blueprints to the Service Broker catalog and Add CloudFormation templates to the Service Broker catalog.
If you are working with CloudFormation templates, verify that projects exist, see Add a project to Service Broker. Imported Cloud Assembly blueprints include the associated projects.
- Select .
- Select the target project in the drop-down list, and click Add Items.
- Select one or more items to share with the project.
You can select all the item imported from a content sources or you can expand the source trees and select individual items.
- Click Save.
The Content Sharing page lists all the items entitled to the selected project.
What to do next
Verify that users who are members of the project can deploy the shared items from the catalog. See How do I deploy a catalog item.