Need to know how to check how many times a specific task within a playbook has run in a month.

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Need to know how to check how many times a specific task within a playbook has run in a month.

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Hi Team,

The customer has only Standard license I couldn't able to move to CS team. Your help will be appreciable.

 

The customer have a master playbook that is run on every single case raised on the platform. This master playbook contains many tasks assembled in a flow chart that may and may not run upon the playbook being run depending on the decisions configured in the playbook.

"They need to count the number of times a specific task within the playbook has run for an extended time period (for example one month)"

 

Please help accordingly.

 

 

 

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L5 Sessionator

Hi @assubramania, This is possible via our new SOAR Metrics index for widgets. You just need to create a widget like the example shown below.

 

Screenshot 2024-05-31 at 2.07.51 PM.png

1. SOAR Metrics should be selected as the datasource

2. For your case it could be a command or automation. We also have a another type for playbook to see playbook execution counts

3. Since you want to check execution for a particular task, you might want to specify the automation or command name

4. Date range

5. A list of executed automations or commands

 

Screenshot 2024-05-31 at 2.09.12 PM.png

1. Aggregator, I think for your case it should be count

2. Count the number of executions

3. The field to aggregate and count on

 

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L0 Member

Thank you for your answer, it works as expected. Cheers.

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L5 Sessionator

Hi @assubramania, This is possible via our new SOAR Metrics index for widgets. You just need to create a widget like the example shown below.

 

Screenshot 2024-05-31 at 2.07.51 PM.png

1. SOAR Metrics should be selected as the datasource

2. For your case it could be a command or automation. We also have a another type for playbook to see playbook execution counts

3. Since you want to check execution for a particular task, you might want to specify the automation or command name

4. Date range

5. A list of executed automations or commands

 

Screenshot 2024-05-31 at 2.09.12 PM.png

1. Aggregator, I think for your case it should be count

2. Count the number of executions

3. The field to aggregate and count on

 

L0 Member

Thank you for your answer, it works as expected. Cheers.

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