DavidArmstrongN
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Provisioning a VM with vCAC

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I am embarrassed to have to ask the question, but here goes.

How do I provision a VM with vCAC?

I have setup the application.  Created the blueprint.  Created the service.  Created the business group.  Created the entitlement.  Created the catalog item.

As far as I can tell, I have done everything that needs to be done to allow for a VM to be provisioned, but I cannot find where in the application to actually access the catalog and execute a provisioning action.

The logical place to do it would be https://fqdn to vcac/shell-ui-app/org/<tenant> logging in as a regular user who is a member of the Business Group with access to the appropriate Catalog items and Entitlements.

What am I missing?  I am sure that the answer is right in front of my face, but I cannot see it.

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awjudge
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If you're a member of the Entitlement to the service, and a member of the business group, you should have a Catalog tab when you login. All blueprints you have access to will be listed there...

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awjudge
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If you're a member of the Entitlement to the service, and a member of the business group, you should have a Catalog tab when you login. All blueprints you have access to will be listed there...

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GrantOrchardVMw
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Check that the Service is Published (I think, might be Active vs Inactive).

Grant

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DavidArmstrongN
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Is there some sort of delay between when all of the components (Service, Entitlement, etc) are created and when they are actually available in the UI?

I logged into the same resource this morning and had the Catalog tab and the blueprint that I published.

The exact same login to the same resource last night was blank.

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