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Hide Empty Rows and Groups

Hide Empty Rows and Groups

You can logically organize the layout of your environment using the Devices tab. Two logical containers are available: rows and groups. The layout contains one or more rows; rows contain one or more groups. Each device must be located in a row and group.

Rows and groups on the layout are defined at the environment level and therefore appear on every compute pool tab. Consequently, for organizations with multiple compute pools, rows and groups defined for one compute pool appear on the layout for all compute pools. However, devices appear only in the rows and groups on the layout of the compute pool in which they were created. On the layout of all other compute pools, these rows and groups are empty.

You can temporarily hide the empty rows and groups.

Note:

  • The All Compute Pools tab, shows all devices; you can not hide empty rows and groups on all compute pool tab.
  • The empty rows and groups are hidden temporarily; if you navigate away from the Environments tab and return, they will again appear.

To hide empty rows and groups from the Selected pane:

  1. Select a compute pool.
  2. Click Administrative Tasks.
  3. Click Hide Empty Rows & Groups.
  4. Empty rows and groups temporarily disappear from the layout.