Packages Page

This page allows you to view the list of existing packages. Also, you can select existing packages and perform bulk actions on them.

To access the Packages page, click the Packages tab on the Package Manager page.

The following table describes the user interface elements on the Packages page:

UI Element (A-Z) Description

Find. Enables you to search for a package by its name.

Type a keyword in this field to search within the list. All the packages with the name that matches the keyword are displayed below.

Filter. Opens the Filter menu. You use the Filter menu to show only the packages you want displayed on the Package Manager page. For details, see Filter Menu.

Manage Visible Columns. Opens the Manage Visible Columns pane where you can select the columns you want to be displayed in the Package Manager page. By default, all the columns are selected. You can hide a column simply by deselecting it.

Bulk Actions. Enables you to perform bulk actions on the selected packages. The available options are:

  • Undeploy. Performs bulk undeploy on some or all of the selected packages.
  • Delete. Performs bulk delete for some or all of the selected packages. This action deletes the selected packages from the Package Manager while the resources from the packages remain in the system.
  • Content Overview. Enables you to view the resources included in the selected packages.
  • Export. Performs bulk export for some or all of the selected packages.
Click to read a description of the package, as well as other relevant information.
Build Number The build number of the package.
Category The text you want to set as the category for the package.
Description The description of the package, as displayed on the Package Properties page of the Create Custom Package.

A check mark that identifies the package as a factory package.

Note A factory package indicates a default package that is deployed with the installation.

Name The name of the package.
Sort by

Enables you to sort the packages according to any of the visible columns, either upward or downward, using the arrows. Sorting is done by default using the Name field in ascending order.

Version The version of the package (the UCMDB version or the content pack version).