Function to get the date when "Common Scripts" were updated

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Function to get the date when "Common Scripts" were updated

L2 Linker

Hello,

We'd like to to get the date when "Common Scripts" were updated. Is there any function to get it?

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L0 Member

Hiya,

Let me make sure I understand the ask. You'd like to be notified when Common Scripts has been updated in your xsoar environment?

Synthanee H Humbert  | Manager, Customer Success Engineer
Palo Alto Networks  |  3000 Tannery Way  |  Santa Clara, CA 95054  | USA
Office: 972.424.6307  | www.paloaltonetworks.com

L5 Sessionator

Hi @SanDev,

 

You should be able to see the last updated date in the below places.

 

On the Automation page:

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On the Marketplace page:

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L1 Bithead

L2 Linker

You can pull the information for installs if you're looking for when something was installed by going to Settings > User and Roles > Audit Trail.   Here's a sample query to get you started object:ContentPack and type:install and action.ID:CommonScripts modified:>2023-04-01T00:00:00


Here's the reference in the admin guide  https://docs-cortex.paloaltonetworks.com/r/Cortex-XSOAR/6.5/Cortex-XSOAR-Administrator-Guide/Audit-T...

Here's a command that pulls no more than 200 entries for common script installs from the past 3 months.   You can see more syntax under getAudit in the api guide https://<yourdomain name>/api#_getaudits
!demisto-api-post uri=/settings/audits body="{\"page\":0,\"size\":200,\"query\":\"object:ContentPack and type:install and action.ID:CommonScripts\", \"period\": {\"by\": \"\",\"byfrom\": \"months\", \"toValue\": null, \"fromValue\": 3, \"field\": \"\" }}"

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