Henk wrote:When launching that wizard it allows me to import the custom attributes (Categories) indeed. But any new values (Groups) created in vCenter are not detected and any VMs for which values (Groups) have changed in vCenter are not updated in Business View.
Henk wrote:I'm aware that Business View was designed as the master data for vCenter custom attributes which I think is strange considering that the master data for the objects those attributes refer to is in the vCenter database.
Vitaliy S. wrote:Yes, Business View does not re-sync custom attributes that were changed in vCenter Server.
Vitaliy S. wrote:Keeping vCenter Server as a canonical source will make a custom attributes management really complicated, there is always a great chance of human error/typo while setting custom attributes manually through vCenter Server. That is why we have developed Business View which allows creating auto categorization rules and dynamic groups for all VMs in the vCenter Server.
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