Under plug-ins in your vCO Configuration page, make sure that the vCenter plug-in is actually enabled. Also, go to the Troubleshooting tab of the configuration page, then in the right pane, click the link that says "Reset current version". Once you've done that, restart the vCenter Orchestrator Server service. The restart should trigger a re-install of the plug-in that is supposed to result in importing the package for each plug-in so that you have all the library workflows in the vCO Client
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Looks like the vCenter package is not installed for some reason.
Could you try the following - in vCO web configurator, go to 'Troubleshooting page' (white bag with red cross on the screenshot above). There should be a link saying 'Reinstall the plug-ins when the server starts'. Click on it and then restart vCO server. Hopefully, the package will be re-installed and vCenter workflows will be there.
Thanks it work!
Have a nice day!
Guys, this is happening every time a vCO server is reconfigured to use a new DB server!!!
I should open a bug.