I want to allow users to input N number of objects into a data grid then iterate through all the responses to do things in vRO. I have had no luck getting it to work. vRA always flakes our with an error about types. Is this possible?
Any luck getting this to work?
I'm trying this with vRA 8.6.2
It only works from the input form in vRO... but not when using an custom form from the vRA service Broker.
I'm trying to follow the VMware docs Using the data grid element in the Service Broker custom form designer (vmware.com)
to check this issue. And if it is still an issue then creating a support case.
Custom form data-grid will not be part of payload , the scope of custom elements is in catalog request or to view.
If we want to use the value of data-grid then we need to specify in yaml ,so that we can use those values in future.
Hi @Ankush11s ,
Are you talking about a blueprint, or a vRO workflow for catalog item ?
We are talking about a vRO workflow that is published in the catalog via a content source.
And trying to use the data grid element for a vrO workflow input of type array/properties
When you drag that input on the design form, a data grid object is automaticly suggested.
I've tried to use the example in the vmware docs but I get the error
So it looks like a type mismatch between vRA and vRO
From the support call with VMware we know it is a bug / undocument feature which is also present in 8.7
The workaround is to create the vRo input as a composite type /array instead of a properties/array
When creating / editing the custom form in the service broker, the input of type array/composite type is displayed as the datagrid, with the properties corresponding to columns of the grid.