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Status Functionality already exists
Created by Guest
Created on Jun 8, 2023

Add User and Domain to Explore Area of Workload Designer.

Add User and Domain objects to the Explore Area in the Workload Designer. When opening the TWSd DWC Workload Design in v10.1, the Explore area displays boxes for objects listing how many there are of each object. You can easily click on any one of the boxes, and then search for a specific object. However, User and Domain are missing, even though there is room for them.  See attachment Update DWC 10.1 Workload Design Object Boxes.png.

To do searches for those two objects, you have to click on the search drop down, and then Object List to find them. See attachments DWC 10.1 Workload Design Search.png and DWC 10.1 Workload Design Search Dropdown Object List.png

It is odd that User and Domain are not included in the initial Workload Designer Explore area with the other objects, and leads to confusion for the customer on how to access those two objects and having to use the search drop down and Object list is not intuitive since all other objects are immediately visible.

Idea priority Medium
  • Admin
    Marco Cardelli
    Aug 10, 2023

    The feature is already present if you click on the second tab on the left area.