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Phantom - Assign Container/Case to Self - Playbook

jamolson
Path Finder

I am working on automating some minor things and I want to add in a step to have the playbook assign the container or case to the user running the playbook.
I am currently using a rest call to get the last user who opened the current item but there are some issues with this.

Does anyone know if there is a more specific call to get the current user value in Phantom like Splunk can with

| rest /services/authentication/current-context
| table username

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1549359
Engager

have used something like below in the playbook for the same

playbook_info = phantom.get_playbook_info()
phantom.set_owner(container, playbook_info[0]['effective_user_id']),I have used something below in my playbook. 

playbook_info = phantom.get_playbook_info()
phantom.set_owner(container, playbook_info[0]['effective_user_id'])

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1549359
Engager

have used something like below in the playbook for the same

playbook_info = phantom.get_playbook_info()
phantom.set_owner(container, playbook_info[0]['effective_user_id']),I have used something below in my playbook. 

playbook_info = phantom.get_playbook_info()
phantom.set_owner(container, playbook_info[0]['effective_user_id'])

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jamolson
Path Finder

Thank you very much, this is perfect.

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