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I do not have any environment right now to test this and confirm.
But I think the Retrieve_Host_Network_Configuration workflow in Host Operations process directory under OOTB VMWare module can fetch the details of network configration for the host(ESX). And from that you can extract the VLAN details.
Give it a try and let us know.
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I have done this for VM Provisioning purpose but I'm using PowerCLI (PowerShell CLI for VMWare)
Here are the steps to retrieve vLan in your vCenter:
1. You must have AO server installed in Windows OS
2. Install PowerCLI in your AO Server
3. Create powershell script to login to your vCenter, retrieve your vLan List, and save it to a file.
Command to get list of vLan in your vCenter:
Name, VirtualSwitch, VLanId
4. Invoke powershell script using command line/powershell adapter
5. Read the exported file from PowerCLI to BMC Atrium Orchestrator
Hope it helps.