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Configure blueprint catalog properties

Configure blueprint catalog properties

Configure properties that display fields on the catalog form. Fill in or select values for these fields when you provision a cloud resource.

Before you begin

  • Role required: sn_cmp.cloud_service_designer
  • A blueprint with a form.
  • See Blueprint attributes for a list of example attributes that are used as catalog properties.

Procedure

  1. Open a blueprint, click Operations > Form, and open an existing form record.
  2. In the Catalog Properties related list, click New or select an existing property record and then fill in the form.
    Field Description
    Name Name of the property. As a good practice, do not leave spaces. You can refer to this attribute in scripts.
    Display Name Name that the user sees on the catalog item form for the property.
    DataSource

    Datasource Value

    Enter the source for the property:
    • Pools: Reference the pool in the Datasource Value field with the following syntax: ServiceNow::Pools::<poolname>.<poolfilter>. For example, to access a cloud account attribute from a pool named CloudAccountPool that has an All filter, enter the following text: ServiceNow::Pools::CloudAccountPool.All. . Select a cloud account from a list of all accounts. See Pool governance for Cloud Management.
    • Text: plaintext entry. Enter the value to use for the property.
    • CSV List: list from a comma-separated value file.
    Default Value Optional. Default value.
    Mandatory Select this check box to require the user to enter or select a value for the property.
    Visibility Select this check box to make the property visible on the form.
    Validation (Regex) Optional. Regular expression that validates the user input for the property.
    Form UI Group

    (personalize the form to display this field)

    UI group that the property should belong to.
  3. Click Update or Submit.

Result

When the user requests a resource, the filter determines the values that appear on the catalog item request form. In the example, the CloudAccount values are filtered by the CloudAccountPool resource pool filter.
CloudAccount values filtered by CloudAccountPool resource pool filter

What to do next

Add the necessary rules, conditions, and actions for the property. See Configure a blueprint rule for more information.