I'm working with a fresh install of both vCenter and vCenter Orchestrator (both 4.1.1) and I'm running in to a roadblock.
When I log in with the vCO client I can see the Workflow section and create/add new folders and workflows but the Library folder that should be there seems to be missing, at least I can't see it with either of the users I'm logging in as. Both of these users are members of the vCO admins group. My assumption here is that the vCO Library plugin is what provides the library in the vCO client.
I have tried disabling the vCO Library plugin, restarting the vCO service and then re-enabling the vCO Library plugin and then restarting the vCO service again. However the log simply reports "'Library' does not need installation : version number is the same !"
I hope I'm missing something really obvious here. What do I need to do to make the Library visible?
Do you see something relevant in the server.log or the boot.log of the orchestrator server?
They are located in C:\Program Files\VMware\Orchestrator\app-server\server\vmo\log
This means the vCO server did not deploy the library packages when starting.
If the workflows still do not show up
Check the username / password on the plug-in tab and check the following is correct
"Provide the credentials of a user who is a member of the vCO Admin group. These credentials are used to set up the plug-ins when the server starts."
When you go to the Packages menu, do you see there the following packages:
Btw, other plugins are also placing workflows in the Library folder, so I guess it's not something specific to the library plugin in this case.
What happens if you manually create a Library folder in the workflow tree?