3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 10, 2020 1:54 AM by Matt Laurenceau

    Smart IT - Rename standard fields ?

    Didier Rincé
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      Hello,

       

          I'm working with SmartIT 19.02 and I search a way to update Asset standard field on my views.

          I have to rename or hide depending on your solution the Floor field set on AST:Computer System.

       

          I already try to update the AST:ComputerSystem form but without any success.

       

           I'm searching all solution even if it's not supported by BMC. If I need to modify the database, it may be an option, just tell me where can I find the label of Floor field.

       

      Thanks.

       

      Didier

        • 1. Re: Smart IT - Rename standard fields ?
          Ganesh Gore

          Floor is AST:Attribute field and hence any changes in the field won't be reflected in smartIT immediately. I think you need to follow few steps sequentially and then remove/re-add field in the AST form. Once it is done you need to restart the SmartIT instance. Please check below article for more information.

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          • 2. Re: Smart IT - Rename standard fields ?
            Didier Rincé

            Hello,

             

            I finally got a solution (thanks to Sidhdesh from BMC Support):

             

            • Find the style-smart-it.css file and save it.:)

             

            • The contents are :

                                       input[field-name ='floor']{display:none;}

                                       span[field-name="floor"] {display:none;}

             

            •   Make sure you put this file under below location.

             

                        %TOMCAT_HOME%/webapps/tenant-custom-res/000000000000001/

            If you already have this file then copy paste above content.

             

                                 input[field-name ='floor']

                                 {

                                display:none;

                                 }            

                                span[field-name="floor"]

                                 {

                                display:none;

                                }

             

            • If you do not have anything under %TOMCAT_HOME%/webapps/ folder then create folder tenant-custom-res under webapps then create folder 000000000000001 under tenant-custom-res and then put the css file.

             

            • Restart smart it tomcat services and test again.

             

             

            Regards

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