Add a custom property as a network custom property so that service catalog users can select the necessary network profile value when they request the item.
Verify that you have the required custom property definition. See Create a vRealize Orchestrator Action Custom Property Definition.
If you are adding a vRealize Orchestrator action as a custom property, review the configuration details to ensure that you added the custom property in the correct location. See Configuration Details for the vRealize Orchestrator Action Custom Property Definitions.
Verify that you created the blueprint to which you are adding the custom property. See Configure a Machine Blueprint.
Log in to the vRealize Automation console as an infrastructure architect.
- Select .
- Select the blueprint to which you are adding the network custom property and click Edit.
- Click the target virtual machine component.
The configuration options for the virtual machine appear on the canvas.
- Click the Network tab.
- Click New.
- Select the network profile in the Network drop-down menu and click OK.
- In the new row, click Edit Custom Properties.
- Select the network custom property and configure the options.
You cannot change the property name.
(Optional) Enter a default value.
When adding custom properties that run vRealize Orchestrator actions, do not encrypt the value.
Select this option to ensure that the requesting user can select a value on the request form.
Show in request
Select this option to ensure that the requesting user can see the property and select a value on the request form.
- Click OK.
The network custom property is added to the blueprint.
- Click Finish.
- Publish the blueprint.
The blueprint includes the custom property.
What to do next
Test the custom property in the request form. See Verify the Custom Property in the Catalog Request Form