This video series guides you through many of the concepts, techniques, and best practices regarding importing and exporting data with various types of ServiceNow integrations. The videos are divided into topical sections below. (Unpublished content subject to change.) Getting Started Introduction Planning Easy Import Guided Application Creator Helpful resources Import Sets Simple import set Data sources Transform maps Transform field mapping Scheduled imports Concurrent imports Import set troubleshooting Import set properties MID Servers Helpful resources Email Inbound actions - Coming Soon Inbound triggered flows - Coming Soon Helpful resources - Coming Soon Web Services Introduction to JSON and XML - Coming soon Credentials and connections - Coming soon Web services overview - Coming soon Built in APIs - Coming soon The REST API Explorer - Coming soon A simple outbound REST message - Coming soon Scripted outbound REST messages - Coming soon Scripted REST APIs - Coming soon Scripted web services (SOAP)- Coming soon REST API Security - Coming soon Rate limiting - Coming soon Helpful resources - Coming soon IntegrationHub Topic outline currently being developed Pre-built Integrations Instance Data Replication - Coming soon Remote Tables - Coming soon Google Maps - Coming soon SCCM - Coming soon The Store - Coming soon Conclusion Summary - coming soon
The Jakarta release of ServiceNow introduces support for a new import/export data format: JSON. This blog post is a quick overview of where and how you can interact with these new features. Export to JSON From a list of records, you can now choose JSON from the list of file formats when exporting data. Right click the header of any record list and select Export > JSON.
JSON Structure The output of this export is a simple JSON structure.
This post is the first in a series about Import/Export topics. The goal is to get you up to speed on Import Set concepts and to walk you through the process of setting up an Import Set from scratch. While this initial post is focused on building an import set, we’ll dig into the theory and what happens behind the scenes in future posts. If at any time you get lost on a step, skip ahead and watch the animated GIF summary for that section!