A little out of topic ... but I am curious to know whether you have CLM v4.5+ ? If yes, have you tried new end user portal?
You would have to modify the form that provides the Service Instances Form to do that.
Also how would you expect to display the hostnames if there are more than one server in a Service (such as a LAMP stack) ?
if you click on the row, at the bottom you will see the servers that are available in the service:
In the image above, I have clicked on my service instance and the PaaS link and can see that the instance name in the CLM User Console - VolumeAddition-1-Tharby01_nginx - is what is listed in my docker ps command.
This is not that hard for a user to do and you need to weigh up the effort of modifying forms to achieve what you need against the effort for the end user to do this.
Also, as Manish points out, the new End User Portal introducted in CLM 4.5 and enhanced in 4.6 will make this level of customization easier - that would be a better place to start.
Hi Manish, i am on CLM 4.1
I have 1 server in 1 request. The problem is if i have 50 rows and i want to search for a particular server i have to select each row and look whats the server name in below window, so i have to repeat it for 50 time...
I know this is customization, what i am looking for which form to modify and what to modify...
CLM v4.5 has 'servers' link that should show you hostname and IP address of servers across services as well without any customization.
Alternatively, if you like working through command-line, you can use server-list command easily. It will also show server details across services. Assuming you have to handle bunch of servers and services and probably want to take bulk actions on them, it might be worth evaluating CLM Python SDK command-line.
Hope you are well old friend
I think in this case the customization, especially if you have 50 servers, would be a negative change rather than positive. The information in that field would not be legible and really would serve no purpose.
Not sure on the form at the moment mate..... as really never wanted (or should) modify that form...
Hmm Thanks Dan for the infor, i better not make any change in OOB workflow. Let me convene my internal customer and give them this feature on 4.5/6. Yes i am the same Atul, we worked together on ATOS, Sanofi etc
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As Manish/Dan are pointing out, adding a server name in Services view isn't a great idea. If the usecase is finding a server first and then looking for right SOI, then would the "Servers" view help? it does list all the servers where you can do filtering by state etc. Once you can see the right SOI, you can look the same in the Services view. I know, it would be a 2 step process instead of 1 step that you are looking for. But I assume it would solve your current pain of finding the right SOI for given server.