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Patrick Egeland

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  1. Just do a variable set -> File Contents -> Parameter = path_to_logfile Then do whatever you want with that variable. E.g. Script Log Message with variable created.
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    Variable Set - File Contents

    How did you do it?
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    Automate API

    Sounds strange. I'm using the "Restlet Client"-plugin for Google Chrome for tests. Hitting https://our.domain/cwa/api/v1/apitoken with the following POST: Header: Content-Type application/json Body: { "username":"username", "password":"password" } If you're using 2FA with Google Authentication, you have to use the following Body: Body: { "username":"username", "password":"password" "TwoFactorPasscode":"Cod3" } This works like a charm.
  4. You can run batch commands in "Execute Script" or you could add logging with ">" in your batch-file, and fetch the log after your .bat is finished.
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    IContextMenuItem example

    Hi. I'm looking for an example with custom IContextMenuItem using LabTechPresentation.Integrations.Interfaces. Anyone got an example? Br Patrick Egeland
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    I've been trying to figure out the best way to make an API request to an external API from Automate, based on the selected Client. What I want to do: Be able to send a ticket through an external API to TopDesk (Service Management), based on information saved in the selected Client. I'm wondering if the following is possible or not, then how? Through a self-made plugin (didn't find any documentation regarding the "ClientMenu"), or any other way? Right-click Client - Choose Menu-Item - Form to define ticket - Send through HTTP Post to External API