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ServiceNow pulling rasterized images

Hey all,

 

I am having trouble getting the SN integration to pull the rasterized images into a SN ticket with the 'servicenow-upload-file' automation.  I've tried to just upload all .png which seems to skip the rasterized images.   Also trying to pull files based on tags given through rasterization doesn't seem to work earlier.  

Has anyone had success with this sort of operation?

 

 

 

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My suspicion is that this is a race condition. the data isn't available from the previous task to pass to the servicenow upload task. just put a sleep task between them for a few seconds and see if this resolves the issue. 

 

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Hello,

 

Rasterized images are saved under the InfoFile context path. Did you try referencing the entryIDs under that path?

That's good info Rahul.  

But when I try to pull from InfoFile I still am not seeing something.  Do I need a separate query before or can I just 'get' from 'infofile' in the existing servicenow-upload-file step?

L2 Linker

Can you show me how you're attempting to execute the command?

InfoFile consists of all the rasterized entries. So you would run the command as follows: 

 

!servicenow-upload-file file_id=${InfoFile.EntryID}

Here is what I just recently tried but still not pulling anything.  I am only trying the filter this attempt because it was still pulling nothing without one. 

 

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