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Not so much a question as a suggestion

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I wasn't able to get Incident Setting to display any alerts after setting the script to alert_handler.py, and had a look at the search.

What you're doing is this:

| rest /servicesNS/nobody/$app$/saved/searches/.. [snip]

Why not do this instead? Gets you out of having to worry about app context and owner altogether... not all alerts are owned by 'nobody'. For instance, in SA-nix, they're owned by admin (on my installation anyway)

| rest /servicesNS/-/-/saved/searches/ ... [snip]

Just a thought

cmeo

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Re: Not so much a question as a suggestion

SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Thanks for the suggestion. Will be fixed in the upcoming release.

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Re: Not so much a question as a suggestion

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Hi cmeo

Thanks a lot for your suggestion. Honestly, I haven't been aware it was possible to run a rest call without adding an app or user.
The enhancement has been committed and will be released soon, together with the 2.0 release.

Thanks
Simon