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Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by SRI VIDYA

Tue, 31 Oct 2017 06:39:00 +0000

Any Success? facing the same issue. i have a use case where i need to update or create incident from slack into servicenow.



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by David Tsai

Fri, 23 Jun 2017 21:22:00 +0000

I'm curious about this, too! @joeyday:disqus or @raghumanchiraju:disqus did you have any success building an outbound web hook from Slack to Service-Now? Trigger phrases for creating new Incidents would be amazing!



Comment on Sending off Pastor Tim by 增达网QQ-568222511

Fri, 16 Jun 2017 01:30:26 +0000

没玩过博客,感觉还挺好玩!



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Abe Froman

Thu, 01 Jun 2017 16:11:00 +0000

For screenshots, Command - Shift - 4 then space bar turns your cursor into a camera and on click takes a picture of the window your cursor is over, cropping it perfectly.



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with HipChat by Priya Aswani

Mon, 22 May 2017 22:21:00 +0000

Integrating ServiceNow with Slack blog post is somehow not coming out well -- formatting is all off



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with HipChat by Priya Aswani

Mon, 22 May 2017 20:22:00 +0000

Hey Joey, can we work together to integrate service now with Microsoft Teams please? pri.aswan@gmail.com



Comment on Is paid ministry unbiblical? by mike

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 22:42:00 +0000

Joey I should note that I have great fellowship with all believers, I do not hold a banner up for the brethren, we are all the body of Christ , I know many brothers in denominations that really love our Lord, thx Mike



Comment on Is paid ministry unbiblical? by mike

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 22:39:00 +0000

Joey, you will have to forgive some errors, I am currently one handed , thx



Comment on Is paid ministry unbiblical? by mike

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 22:37:00 +0000

dHi Joey, I was raised and saved in a baptist church, as I grew into my early twenties, I met some brothers from aa gospel hall,then the lights came on ,I was introduced to the lords table and the doctrine of fellowship , the head covering and its meaning, the Plymouth brethren , Gospel Halls, Assemblies, as they are called, many old time believers, such as Ironside, were from the brethren, even though Ironside was pastor at Moody Bible college, he still needed permission from the brethren, which he received and was there 8 years, It is interesting to note that Ironside has no formal training, never finished grammar school, but definitely ordained by God alone, today true fellowship is lost in so much nonsense , the denominational meeting today break bread once or twice a year, and have no idea what they are doing or missing in real fellowship, the scripture clearly indicates that Paul set the order of the meeting in the book of Acts, as he was ordered by the Lord, first the apostles/disciples broke bread , then they preached, on the first day of the week, the important meeting is lords table first, then ministry, nothing should come between the lords table and the believer. its good to chat with you, regards, bro Mike



Comment on Is paid ministry unbiblical? by Joey Day

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 17:16:00 +0000

Mike, just curious, are you LDS or some other denomination?



Comment on The first verb you learn by Mahesh Viswanathan

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 05:25:00 +0000

joey, books for children, and the way they learn even through speech, first gets nouns, then verbs. and few kids say "i am" before they say "vrooom" while playing with a toy car. and even "car go fast" before "i am xyz." foreign language books for older children and adults start with "am" often and this is, in my opinion (not at all substantiated) because one of the first things you'd like to do in a foreign country is to introduce yourself ("i am xyz") or show intent ("i am going to the brandenburg gate on the U-Bahn; can you give me some money?") not everything needs the lens of religion. when you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail, right? occam's razor and all that, my explanation is simpler. besides, if you've spent time with little kids, you know that "i am" is low on their list of things. indeed, "i am xyz" is often just parroted from the parents without the kid having any realization of what it actually means, to separate him/herself from his/her environment. https://www.ideals.illinois.edu/bitstream/handle/2142/17514/ctrstreadtechrepv01982i00257_opt.pdf?sequence=1.



Comment on Is paid ministry unbiblical? by mike

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 00:40:00 +0000

The question should be > Is it biblical for a one man ministry to be paid, such as a pastor, that answer is no, pastors in a assembly made up of elders, bishops, etc etc could be given money for being a full time worker , such as a traveling Evangelist . The whole concept of pastors going-to school to seek employment as a pastor is against scripture, it does nothing but breed a flock of lazy Christians. All the young brethren should be able ''to exercise the gift that God has given thee'' no where in the bible does God give authority to just one man in a church meeting, that why Paul always called the ''elders together to discus, ig anything pastors are a lesser type of elder, as far as receiving 'double honor, thats talking about respect, not money.I never met a real brother in Christ that excepted money for preaching in a local meeting, only money was given to brothers that traveled and preached to pay for either expense and family needs. the biggest neglect today is the Lords Tables, which the apostles partook every sunday, thats where the church is lacking today, there is no true worship without the lords table on a weekly basis, it hods all brethen accountable, the Corinthians found this out, the younger brothers cannot grow in a one man ministry because the pastor is job scared period



Comment on Get GlideDuration value in millseconds by AqibMushtaq

Sun, 04 Dec 2016 11:49:00 +0000

ServiceNow have a script include called DurationCalculator, however it's not available in scope. But it's annoying that they didn't add it to GlideDuration.



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Joey Day

Tue, 23 Aug 2016 03:20:00 +0000

Oh man, I guess you could hit Slack every single time, but it would reduce so much overhead if you cached the Slack usernames somewhere. Just hit Slack once to get the username the first time you need a notification to go out, then cache it either right on sys_user or in a separate table. I wasn't aware Slack had a way to query for usernames, so that's a good find. Using this does save you the trouble of front-loading the usernames manually.



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Leslie Know

Mon, 22 Aug 2016 20:03:00 +0000

Hi Joey thank you for this very helpful tutorial. I have a question, we want to be able to ping individual users when an incident is assigned to a user. We need to be able to do this without storing the Slack usernames in ServiceNow, though. Is there a way to dynamically query Slack to get the Slack username based on the email address stored in the ServiceNow user record? https://api.slack.com/methods/users.list



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Barry

Wed, 06 Jul 2016 15:50:00 +0000

You can add the slack.endpopint url directly in the business rule. So when that rule is fired it will send to the specific endpoint you list. var slack = new SlackMessage(); slack.endpoint = 'https://hooks.slack.com/services/xxxxxxxx/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/xxxxxxxxx



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with HipChat by Barry

Wed, 06 Jul 2016 15:41:00 +0000

I just set this up with a self-hosted instance of HipChat and it works wonderfully. The only thing i did differently is that in the "post" settings screen I chose our midserver to route all http traffic through there. Am noticing a glitch though. I created two rules, one for new incidents and one for updated incidents. The latter is posting twice in the room, in succession. Do not have this issue the new incident BR or both BR's(new and updated as well) I set up following your slack tutorial. Any thoughts? (function executeRule(current, previous /*null when async*/ ) { //Get last comment var notes = current.comments.getJournalEntry(1); // Initialize a new HipChatNotification var hipchat = new HipChatNotification(); // Set up the payload hipchat.payload.message = 'An existing Incident has been updated ' + ': a href="https://' + gs.getProperty('instance_name') + '.service-now.com/nav_to.do?uri=incident.do?sys_id=' + current.sys_id + '"' + current.number + ' ' + ' -- ' + current.comments; hipchat.payload.color = 'green'; // Fire off the message var response = hipchat.send(); })(current, previous); if i use "notes" variable I created, instead of "current.comments" I get two updates with the last additional comments. If I use current.comments I get one post with the additional comments and one blank. Wonder what is causing this. Edit - took html tags off as it was hiding parts of the payload message.



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Fri, 29 Jan 2016 16:26:46 +0000

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Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Smart Ant

Tue, 19 Jan 2016 00:06:00 +0000

Hello Joey, Thank you so much for this very helpful article. I have a follow up question though. How can I configure so that SNOW Incident messages goes to one group in Slack and Change messages to another group? Appreciate your help in advance. Thanks, Kiran



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by zberke

Fri, 15 Jan 2016 19:06:00 +0000

@@Joey Day:disqus@ or @Raghu Manchiraju:disqus were you able to confirm that an outbound web hook to servicenow from slack was possible?



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Brian

Sat, 09 Jan 2016 23:07:00 +0000

Joey, This was so helpful, thanks for posting. I set it up to send changes from ServiceNow to Slack on state change when they are approved to implement. Although I could log into SN and check all of the changes, I always have Slack open and can just check there to see what's coming up or recent changes. Thanks again.



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with HipChat by Joey Day

Sun, 20 Dec 2015 20:44:00 +0000

Yep, I implemented this myself and did all my testing with HipChat cloud. I assume this also works with HipChat server, but I don’t have a self-hosted instance of HipChat server.



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with HipChat by Itamar

Sun, 20 Dec 2015 10:54:00 +0000

Hi, Does it work on Hipchat cloud?



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Jigar

Thu, 29 Oct 2015 15:31:00 +0000

When user logins in with Okta ServiceNow is involved so we don't have user id. we are using DELETE /User/{id}.



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Joey Day

Wed, 28 Oct 2015 22:12:00 +0000

What if you create a custom field in ServiceNow to track the user's ID, then query Slack once for all users to populate that field? Then you would just know the Slack ID for all your users on the ServiceNow side and could send the command to delete them when needed without having to first query to find out their ID. Out of curiosity though, what command are you sending to Slack to delete an account? I took a second look at the API documentation and I'm still not seeing that. o_O



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Jigar

Wed, 28 Oct 2015 19:01:00 +0000

There is a way to delete user but my problem is not that. My problem is that I'm able to get user list (https://api.slack.com/methods/users.list but I need to search user with email address and get user id: Once we have user id we can send command to delete I need a way to search that user id using email.



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Joey Day

Wed, 28 Oct 2015 18:55:00 +0000

Jigar, on a cursory glance I'm not seeing anything in the Slack API that would allow you to delete a Slack account via a web service call from somewhere else like ServiceNow. So it seems what you want to do may not be possible to automate. You may just need to build this into your process as a manual step for an admin to go into Slack and delete or deactivate the account. Sorry. :-(



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Jigar

Wed, 28 Oct 2015 15:35:00 +0000

can anyone help with it?



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Jigar

Mon, 24 Aug 2015 14:53:00 +0000

I'm trying to delete user account matching e-mail. If we submit offboard in SN the Slack activity should look for the user's email and delete their slack account. Can anyone help?



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Joey Day

Wed, 05 Aug 2015 20:31:00 +0000

Oh, checking status makes sense, too. All right, lemme see what I can mock up. I don't know how soon I'll have time to work on it, but it sounds fun. Hopefully I'll have something soon.



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Raghu Manchiraju

Wed, 05 Aug 2015 20:13:00 +0000

Joey thanks for quick reply. I am looking for both. Creating service now incident or service request. Also checking the status of the incidents or service requests as well.



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Joey Day

Wed, 05 Aug 2015 16:46:00 +0000

What sort of thing do you have in mind for this? Trigger words in Slack for creating and/or updating records in ServiceNow? I can try to work up an example if you have a specific use case.



Comment on Integrating ServiceNow with Slack by Raghu Manchiraju

Wed, 05 Aug 2015 06:21:00 +0000

Hi Joey - nice article. This will serve as a starting point for slack and service now integration. Do you have any sample for outbound web hook to service now.



Comment on Two Covenants by Juan Pablo Marichal Catalán

Fri, 22 May 2015 19:30:00 +0000

Hi, Joey. I have an LDS blog in Spanish dedicated to the study of the Scriptures. I found your article pretty interesting and to prove the Testaments as covenants seems to me essential to the understanding of the scriptures. May I translate and publish your thoughts, with a link to this page? I would like to use it as a basis to learn the scriptures. You can check my blog at http://biblicomentarios.com BTW, I'm using your great plugin there, with some adaptations for Spanish language. ;) Yes, it's great.



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Fri, 20 Mar 2015 18:03:33 +0000

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Comment on Why do we baptize infants? by Tom Aitken

Tue, 10 Mar 2015 12:47:00 +0000

Good summary of Hyde's book Joey. I can appreciate your wrestling with this topic. It is interesting your astute criticism of the book also lies at the heart of this issue and I believe proves to be the greatest weakness for the defense of infant baptism - the lack of Scriptural support. There is a good debate offered on the Ligioner website http://www.ligonier.org/learn/series/baptism_debate/credo-baptist-position/. It is a debate between John MacArthur and R.C. Sproul. This debate also demonstrates this weakness as R.C. Sproul fails to demonstrate his position from Scripture alone. It is admirable Ligioner has the debate on their site since I find it impossible anyone listening to both sides of this issue can land comfortably within the infant baptism camp. I admire your honesty and your pursuit of truth! Don't give up the fight Joey!



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Tue, 06 Jan 2015 22:46:58 +0000

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Comment on Two Covenants by Keith Day

Wed, 31 Dec 2014 01:22:00 +0000

Hi Joey, I'm always encouraged when Christians think and talk about covenants. I believe most Christians spend little time thinking about covenants. As an LDS Christian I enjoy a covenant relationship to God. Hebrews 8:10 10 For this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, saith the Lord; I will put my laws into their mind, and write them in their hearts: and I will be to them a God, and they shall be to me a people: As a sons of God we know that God's commandments are in our minds and written in our hearts. He is our God and we are His people. The first covenant the Lord requires is baptism. I cherish my baptism. It placed me into a conventional relationship with Jesus Christ. As I abide in His covenant my salvation is assured. I am a “fellowcitizen... with the saints” in the “household of God” (see Eph. 2:19) and I have the responsibility to walk in a newness of life (see Rom. 6:4). I see more and more Christian denominations returning to a discussion of covenants. I believe God is bringing about a restoration of His covenants among all believing peoples of the earth. God has made his covenant to His people (all people of the earth through all ages), and as we enter into that covenant God's purposes are fulfilled. We can then “bear … one another’s burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ.” As the Book of Mormon teaches, people of the covenant should be “willing to bear one another’s burdens, that they may be light; yea, and [be] willing to mourn with those that mourn; yea, and comfort those that stand in need of comfort.” Gods covenants are the answer to all this worlds problems. As the gospel is spread throughout the world, and as people accept and strive to live within God's covenants, this world will become a paradise and God's purposes will be fulfilled. Best regards, Keith



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Fri, 04 Jul 2014 06:07:37 +0000

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Sat, 15 Mar 2014 14:56:22 +0000

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Comment on Is paid ministry unbiblical? by Jeanette

Fri, 21 Dec 2012 01:01:50 +0000

We do not live according to Old Testament when Christ died and was resurrected, we were given a better covenant that was not faultless. Heb 8:6-13.



Comment on Is paid ministry unbiblical? by Jeanette

Fri, 21 Dec 2012 00:56:26 +0000

1Cor 9:14 is NOT saying that they should get paid. It is saying that your life should be that which is worthy to be called a christian and according to the standard of a Christian. 1Cor 16:1--3 , the collection is for the NEEDY SAINTS!! Acts 11:29 for needy, Gal 2:10. A website called heavenwaits.WordPress.com/arguments.com has some great remarks regarding this subject. A minimum salary is ok for their work but not as a job, get a job like many preach to the members.



Comment on Is paid ministry unbiblical? by Gregoire

Tue, 04 Dec 2012 16:46:39 +0000

Tithing and Fast Offerings We’ve been asked to give ten cents of every dollar we earn back to the Church to be used for the work of God here on earth. In return, God has promised great blessings. The Lord has counseled us to pay a tenth of our income as a tithing to be used for His Church here on earth. There is no paid ministry in the Church. To those who pay tithing, God has promised great blessings. Paying tithing is also a way for us to show that material goods and the accumulation of wealth aren’t the uppermost goals of our existence. Tithing isn’t a new thing. It’s been around since Old Testament time before Christ was born ( see Malachi 3:8-10 ). Once a month we also forgo food and drink for two consecutive meals and contribute a fast offering at least equal to the value of the two meals. Bishops may use this donation to care for those in need in their local area. http://mormon.org/church



Comment on A cow. Wut?! by Stu

Mon, 01 Oct 2012 14:43:50 +0000

So... why was he in the front yard?



Comment on On consistency between Biblical authors by Kevin

Sun, 16 Sep 2012 08:43:32 +0000

With all due respect to this excellent article by Joey, I still do not see how one word of this theory can be applied across select portions of Moses' writings to the Christian faiths, for instance. The issue of concubine ownership, for instance, and/or apparent episodes of mass rape and genocide, whatever horror across those select ones applicable to the OT writings, cannot be applied to the person of Jesus Christ, and/or the Holy Spirit. I remain convinced to this day that despite many, many precious hearted Christian pastors and theologians having tried to help me make sense of my amateur study of the Bible, the best advise I was ever told came from a kind elder soul when she told me across such simplicity, "The Old Testament was written for the Jewish persons-we're the Gentiles...(Don't read a word of it)." Whereby the assumption remains at the personal level that I was not called as a single child in the way each of you have that anchor for the Body across pastoral and theological positions, I'm not so certain that this little soul's remarks wouldn't have been the very best I've ever been told in life from a fellow Christian.



Comment on Galatians by Mormonhippie

Wed, 22 Aug 2012 22:05:11 +0000

I found this site as I was studying for a relief society lesson. I just wanted to state that typically I'm not fond of "gospel commentaries". Whenever I read or listen I have a hard time differentiating the commentators opinion from the scriptural interpretation (which is often subjective anyway). I've always taken Galatians 1:6-9 to refer to people who present their own opinions as gospel. (Which has contributed to my general skepticism of gospel commentaries) That said, after reading Galatians I do have several questions about what happened to Paul while he was in Galatia; the culture of the people of that time, and how it contributed to their 'falling away', but I rarely get those kinds of answers from commentaries anyway.



Comment on Two by Cindy Day

Wed, 04 Jul 2012 04:14:42 +0000

Awww! That is so cute. You are such an amazing dad!



Comment on Coco plays with crayons by Cindy

Thu, 19 Apr 2012 19:47:48 +0000

That's so funny!



Comment on On consistency between Biblical authors by Mike Gibson

Sun, 08 Apr 2012 23:28:27 +0000

Supposed contradictions are not always contradictions. Seeking out their supposed contradictions are a great way to gain greater insight into the scriptures. For a rational thinker, a contradiction in two ideas doesn't mean that both ideas are false, but it provides an opportunity to find a deeper understanding of the ideas such that the contradiction disappears. Someday we will find that deeper understanding in quantum mechanics and relativity.



Comment on Brushing our teeth by Cindy

Sat, 07 Apr 2012 18:29:20 +0000

Very Cute!! Good job E!