After you created the custom resource, you can create the service blueprint to publish the Create a user in a group workflow as a catalog item.

Prerequisites

Log in to the vRealize Automation console as a service architect.

Procedure

  1. Select Advanced Services > Service Blueprints.
  2. Click Add (Add a service blueprint).
  3. Navigate to Orchestrator > Library > Microsoft > Active Directory > User in the vRealize Orchestrator workflow library, and select the Create a user in a group workflow.
  4. Click Next.
  5. Change the name of the blueprint to Create a test user, and leave the description as is.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Edit the blueprint form.
    1. Click the Edit icon (Edit a text box.) next to the groupContainer text box, and change the name of the label to Group container.
    2. Click Submit to save the changes.
    3. Click the Edit icon (Edit a text box.) next to the accountName text box, and change the label to Account name.
    4. Click Submit to save the changes.
    5. Click the Edit icon (Edit a text box.) next to the domainName text box, and change the name of the label to Domain name.
    6. Click the Constraints tab.
    7. Select Constant from the Value drop-down menu and type test.domain.

      You set the domain name to a constant value.

    8. Click Constant in the Visible drop-down menu and select No.

      You made the domain name invisible to the consumer of the catalog item.

    9. Click Submit to save the changes.
    10. Click the Edit icon (Edit a text box.) next to the displayName text box, and change the label to Display name.
    11. Click Submit to save the changes.
  8. Click Next.
  9. Select newUser [Test User] as an output parameter to be provisioned.
  10. Click Add.

Results

You created a blueprint for creating a test user and you can see it on the Service blueprints page.

What to do next

Publish the Create a test user blueprint to make it an active catalog item.