where are you trying to view the classes from?
If it is the Asset forms, i.e. Asset Management, then you need to do a syncui to the Asset application then expose the new fields via the Developer Tool - they are not done automatically.
You can check the base CMDB forms to see the attributes you added, by opening using the form search, but these are not what are directly viewed through Asset.
Refer to the CMDB guide for more information on the syncing of Asset forms - assuming this is where you are viewing them from.
Hey Carl, thanx for replyin, no i am not using Asset mgmt. I am using CMDB:Console --> Browse / Create Instances.
Have done this before and works fine, but not able to figure out the problem with this server. Please provide more suggestions.
Attribute should get created on Open BMC.CORE:BMC_Application form if the class status is active after creating it.
Verify OBJSTR:AttributeDefinition form weather the new attribut is created or not (it should be Active).
Also check for any Pending or error records on this form , delete all attributes in error status and resync pending attributes from cmdbdriver.
Also, check OBJSTR:Class for pending/error class ( there shouldent be any).
If everything is correct try creating attribute from cmdbdriver.
Hoap this will help you.
Hi Carl, is this problem related to field ID we are assigning to the new fields? we should be using IDs greater than 536870911? correct me if i am worng..
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yes, you should be using field id's > 536870911 for new fields so as not to use the reserved range.
Okay , thanx a lot..wil create the fields again with these new Ids and check..