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Editing an existing pool in the VMware View web admin interface fails with the error: One of required objects is not found in the VirtualCenter server <IP address/hostname> (1015100)

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Cause

This issue occurs if vCenter Server is unable to find the object for this pool because you renamed the datacenter, cluster, or host. If you rename the datacenter, cluster, or host, you must also ensure that you make corresponding changes in VMware View Manager.

Resolution

To resolve this issue, check the object name and its location in the summary of the pool, then compare it with the corresponding vCenter Server information.
 
To check the object name and its location in the summary of the pool, then compare it with the corresponding vCenter Server information:
  1. Check the object name and its location in VMware View:

    1. Log in to your VMware View Administrative portal using the URL:

      https://ip_address_or_fully_qualified_domain_name/admin

    2. Locate the pool that is experiencing this issue.
    3. From the pool summary, note the object and its path. This object path includes the name of the datacenter and the folder in which you can find the host and any appropriate folders within this folder. For example:

      /Datacenter/vm/Testing/Automated/Non-persistent/ExampleTest

  2. Verify the object exists in vCenter Server, and that its path in vCenter Server is the same as the path in View Manager.

    To verify the location of the object in vCenter Server:

    1. Log in to vCenter Server using the vSphere Client.
    2. Navigate to Home > Inventory > VMs and Templates. This gives the most accurate information of the folder paths in your vCenter Server environment.
    3. Ensure that the location of the object in vCenter Server is the same as the path noted in step 1c.

  3. If the path of the object in View Manager and vCenter Server are different, move the object in vCenter Server to the path specified in VMware View Manager or recompose your pool using the new path.

    Note: If it is not possible to perform either solution described in step 3, you must recreate your pool.

See Also

Update History

01/04/2012 - Added View Manager 4.6 and 5.0 to Products 07/20/2012 - Added contact Support if this does not resolve issue 09/16/2013 - Added View 5.1 and 5.2 to product versions list

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