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Are you created the application group in shared services, it won't exist by default.
Your planning applications must have been put against another application group, expand them until you see you planning apps.
You can then create an application group and move the planning applications to it.
Yes, you are correct. Thank you. I guess, either I am having some issues OR I am not doing something correct.
So far -
Created a test Planning App in workspace & Deployed. I can see that Planning App under ==> Shared-Services/Default-Application-Group.
Still Checking -
Tried to create a New Application Group (Under shared Services / Application Group) in our UAT. However, only getting the following options though.
Default Application Group
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I need to create a New Planning Application Group (in our UAT). Still checking on how to create one.
You should just be able to right click "Application Groups" > "New"1 person found this helpful
This will open a new window, enter the name for Application group.
If you want to move any of the applications to the group you can select the application group from the dropdown and then move the apps across.
I got it. Just created an Application group (called Planning) successfully. And moved the test planning App to this new group.
[I guess, Application group Naming conventions (in our DEV) were deceiving to me, made me believe that we need to create an Application-Group of Planning Type (as it does it for Reporting and Analysis).
But, not really true. Just realized that its just the name].