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At present our client sending the email to particular dl after healthrule is voilated. Now we are planning to create one custom action and send the parameters to shell script. This shell script will push the health rule details to our java web application.
Can anyone please provide the sample shell script to get parameters(Node name and health rule name) of health rule voilation.
Please revert if you want further information.
Thanks and Regards
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Please see if the following documentation helps you retrieve the details you are looking for:
Given you are trying to get these details into a Java Application, please check if you really need to implement a custom action to this end. If the above REST APIs are what you are looking for, probably your Java Application can consume them as a client.
Although the product offers the feature of custom actions so that users can create and trigger execution of a customized shell/bat script to fulfill their various requirements, we do not have any such example scripts.
Looking at your requirement mentioned below, if at all the custom action script is a necessary requirement, please see if you can use the above REST API and pull concerned data to complete the sequence of actions you are interested in.
In case if you were looking for the order of the parameters passed into the Custom Actions from the Health Rules and Events, please refer the following documentation:
Please find an example as below:
ServiceNow integration using Custom Actions
Hope that helps.
Please check any of the scripts below could help you serving as an example:
Pease refer the documentation in my previous response. It has the details of Health Rule parameters. Users are encouraged to write the scripts using any of the listed parameters. The sample script should help understand how they can be used.