ServiceNow Group Retrieve Version 2

This handler allows you to retrieve a user group from service now. It will use a field that has a unique identifier, the sys_id, and its value to retrieve a unique result.

Info

The server field is for your instance of service now. It is whatever subdomain you belong to i.e. server.service-now.com

Parameters

Name Description
Sys Id The Sys ID of the unique identifier used to retrieve the desired user group.

Sample Configuration

Name Description
Sys Id b85d44954a3623120004689b2d5dd60a

Results

Name Description
active
cost_center
default_assignee
description
email
exclude_manager
include_members
manager
name
parent
roles
source
sys_created_by
sys_created_on
sys_id
sys_mod_count
sys_updated_by
sys_updated_on
type

Changelog

Servicenow Group Retrieve V2 (2017-09-25)

  • Moving from the Service Now JSON Web Service (no longer supported) to the REST API.

  • Changed to only retrieve by sys_id (removed retrieve by query) due to API changes.

Servicenow Group Retrieve V1 (2013-07-29)

  • Initial version. See README for details.


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