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How to change the existing view name in 8.03

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krishnarajapant
Esteemed Contributor

How to change the existing view name in 8.03

Hi, Does any one know to change the existing view name without re-creating it again.

Thanks,
Krishna

 

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tibornad
Esteemed Contributor

Re: How to change the existing view name in 8.03

i don't think it is possible to change the name of a existing view.
what you need to do is to "Save As" the existing view to a new name. it will be a copy of your view under the new name. after that you can still delete the existing view.

keep in mind that you will have to modify your MyBSM portlets to use the new view.
krishnarajapant
Esteemed Contributor

Re: How to change the existing view name in 8.03

I do not have an option of saving the view in Modelling Studio.Can you please give me the steps for saving the view.

Thanks
tibornad
Esteemed Contributor

Re: How to change the existing view name in 8.03

sure thing

- in uCMDB View Manager select the view you want to change the name from the tree structure on the left side.

- from the view context menu select the option "Save As"

- if "Save As" is not available please check your permission


i hope this works for you

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Mario Morelli
Honored Contributor

Re: How to change the existing view name in 8.03

Hi Krish

When you open up a view you already created the save button wont be there.


It will only be there once you make a change to the view.

So just remove a ci and put it back again. Should see the blue save button at the top there as shown in picture I attached.


Click on the small arrow next to the blue button and click on save as and give the view a new name.

--Regards
--Mario
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