The diagrams form contains the core information and XML code of the diagram itself.
A – Diagram Name (mandatory field).
B – Description field of the diagram.
C – Private field (true/false). If true, the diagram is hidden for other users. If false, the diagram can be seen for all users (within the same domain, if domain separation is activated).
D – Blueprint indicates the state of diagram e.g. as-is, to-be. The blueprint choice list can be extended and adapted by an administrator.
E – It is possible to relate the diagram with an element (CMDB_CI). Go to the related element and add the Designer Diagrams related list to see the associated diagrams with the CI. This will help you to get an overview about all the diagrams created for a specific CI.
F – The diagrams table supports domain separation. Each diagram can be assigned to a domain, where it will be only visible for the domain and sub-domain members. Diagrams assigned to the global domain will be visible to all users in all domains. Please enable plugin Domain Support – Domain Extensions Installer (com.glide.domain.msp_extensions.installer).
G – Collaboration section to post comments.
H – Audit trail section which shows the changes performed on the diagram with timestamp and user name.
I – Related list of the elements table (x_inpgh_des_elements) contains all committed and not committed elements which are part of the diagram. Please note, that elements not assigned to a table will not show up here.
J – Related list of the relationship table (x_inpgh_des_relationships) contains all committed and not committed relationships which are part of the diagram. Please note, that relationships not assigned to a type will not show up here.