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Access a list from an integration

L0 Member

To access a list from an automation I use something like:

json = json.loads(demisto.executeCommand("getList", {"listName": "blabla"})

However, from an integration I cannot use the executeCommand method. Is there any way to access a list from an integration? If it is not possible, what alternative do I have to access static information (it is a large list of dictionaries).

 

Thanks!

Rafa.

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L4 Transporter

As you noted you cannot get a list from an integration, as integrations are designed to reach out and interact with external systems.  

 

You can have the integration reach out and grab the data from an external source, or you can use an Automation Script to run the demisto.executeCommand , and then getList and do something from there. 

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L3 Networker

internalHttpRequest#

demisto.internalHttpRequest(method, uri, body=None)

Run an internal HTTP request to the XSOAR server. The request runs with the permissions of the executing user, when a command is being executed manually (such as via the War Room or when browsing a widget). When run via a playbook, will run with a readonly user with limited permissions isolated to the current incident only. Available for both Integrations and Scripts starting from Server version 6.1.

 

This method might be what you are looking for
@rdevega 

 

 

 

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L4 Transporter

As you noted you cannot get a list from an integration, as integrations are designed to reach out and interact with external systems.  

 

You can have the integration reach out and grab the data from an external source, or you can use an Automation Script to run the demisto.executeCommand , and then getList and do something from there. 

L3 Networker

internalHttpRequest#

demisto.internalHttpRequest(method, uri, body=None)

Run an internal HTTP request to the XSOAR server. The request runs with the permissions of the executing user, when a command is being executed manually (such as via the War Room or when browsing a widget). When run via a playbook, will run with a readonly user with limited permissions isolated to the current incident only. Available for both Integrations and Scripts starting from Server version 6.1.

 

This method might be what you are looking for
@rdevega 

 

 

 

yes, that's the solution to my problem.

 

Thanks!!

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