[XSOAR] rasterize output during playbook

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[XSOAR] rasterize output during playbook

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Hi all,

I'm new in using XSOAR,

in a playbook I'm using the rasterize of a URL

MarcoGianfico_0-1621344466715.png

now I'd like to put a conditional step where I check if the rasterize is not successful (e.g. the url does not exist)

How can I check that?

 

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You have 2 options to do that:
1. Rasterize url returns file - check if File exists with name url.png in the context - if not then rasterize was not successful

2. Use extend-context  to return the message from rasterize command to the context. If the rasterize will fail you will see in the context message like There is nothing to render. This can occur when there is a refused connection. Please check your URL.

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L2 Linker

You have 2 options to do that:
1. Rasterize url returns file - check if File exists with name url.png in the context - if not then rasterize was not successful

2. Use extend-context  to return the message from rasterize command to the context. If the rasterize will fail you will see in the context message like There is nothing to render. This can occur when there is a refused connection. Please check your URL.

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I can see it in the room

MarcoGianfico_0-1621436971422.png

 

but i'm not able to get it in the context, could tell me the path?

L2 Linker

You forgot to add extend-context. 
To your command add append extend-context=foo=.

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