Existing consortium not showing while creating new Azure Blockchain Service

António Sérgio Azevedo 7,646 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

I am trying to create a new block chain member using "Azure Blockchain Service". But while doing so previously created consortiums are not appearing in consortium dropdown. Its prompting to create new consortium every time, but whenever I am providing the same name, it says consortium already exists. Please help.

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  1. Satish 13,631 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    For an existing consortium to come up in the ABS creation flow in consortium dropdown, the consortium creator should send an invite to the other subscription/member who wants to join the consortium. Without the invite, the existing consortium won’t come up in the dropdown list. Please refer the steps provided here Manage the consortium members' invitations to send an invite

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