How to add additional Input in "Jira-edit-Issue" task ?

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How to add additional Input in "Jira-edit-Issue" task ?

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Hi All, 

 

"Jira-edit-Issue" task has some default Arguments as Inputs (eg: IssueID, priority,status, summary, description etc.,). Now I need to add new field as Inputs to edit jira issue from XSOAR. 

 

Can anyone tell how to include/add new inputs in task ? 

 

Thanks,

Keerthi

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L2 Linker

You modify the integration. 

Create a copy of the integration and modify the command and then the handler function

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L2 Linker

You modify the integration. 

Create a copy of the integration and modify the command and then the handler function

Thank you  Arnarayanan

 

 

L2 Linker

@Keerthigav could you please accept the solution if it is clear

Yes, I have accepted it! 

 

And I have one more doubt. If possible, can you please guide me. 

In playbook, there are multiple outputs for multiple tasks with the same name. (Eg: for Task A, the output is Ticket.Id and for Task B, again output is Ticket.Id.) But the result we will be getting is different. 

Now I want to use Task B's output as an input for another task. The problem is when I call the input (input.Task B), both the tasks (A and B) is getting populated, and the action got updated in both the tickets. 

How to differentiate the output of both the tasks which are having same name. So that, I can use the necessary task output as an input for the remaining tasks. 

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