The Management, Instrumentation, and Discovery (MID) Server is a Java application that runs as a Windows service or UNIX daemon. The MID Server facilitates communication and movement of data between the ServiceNow platform and external applications, data sources, and services.Read More
What is the internet of things (IoT) and how can we better use this data in ServiceNow?Read More
I don't really like this post in a way, as I believe data should stay in ServiceNow. When you migrate data outside of ServiceNow, you expose it to potential security and PCI issues.
However this is a good example of how to use REST Webservices with ServiceNow.Read More
ServiceNow allows a "coalease" field on Transform Maps to match data for insert/update on data imports. How do you make conditional coalease methods or special scripted coalease imports?Read More
Having the JSON object available as a data format for web services means that you can create (insert), update, and query any data in your ServiceNow platform using the JSON object format, and get results in the JSON object format.
The JSONv2 web service is available in all instances starting with the Dublin release. This article shows a variety of example JSON web service requests you can make with ServiceNow.Read More
When you are making SOAP web service requests in ServiceNow, you can receive a lot of records returned and all columns available. This article discusses how to limit rows returned and how to limit columns shown, so that you just receive the data you are interested in.Read More
This customization adds a logo next to a field that is mapped to an external system.Read More