You create a custom properties definition that determines how the custom property appears in vRealize Automation. You can add the custom property to a blueprint so that you can verify that the property displays the check box, drop-down menu, or other control type as expected.
To create and test the custom property definitions, you need a blueprint that is already entitled to you or to a test user account to which you have access. This test blueprint allows you to create the custom property, add it to a blueprint, and then verify that the custom property has the expected appearance. After you validate the custom property, you can add it to your production blueprints as needed.
Verify that you have a blueprint to which you are adding the action. See Configure a Machine Blueprint.
Verity that the blueprint is entitled to you so that you can test the custom properties in the blueprint. See Entitle Users to Services, Catalog Items, and Actions.
Log in to the vRealize Automation console as a tenant administrator or fabric administrator.