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Replay - Resilient Developer's Corner: Integration First Steps 

Mon October 14, 2019 03:46 PM

In the first session of the Resilient Developer's Corner series, learn how to start writing an integration and how to use the template files auto-generated from Resilient functions.

Join Mark Scherfling, Resilient Engineering Manager, for this technical webinar and an in-depth look at the inner-workings of the Resilient SOAR Platform.

 


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Thu October 17, 2019 01:45 AM

Hi Mark,

Thanks for explanation. Understood the purpose.

Wed October 16, 2019 10:16 AM

Hi Mihir,

yield statements are part of python associated with generators. You can review this capability online in any number of python tutorials.

Basically, yield statements allows intermediate results of a function to be returned to the calling logic prior to the completion of entire functions results. For example, executing yield StatusMessage('starting') will send that message to the incident's Action Status while the remainder of the function continues to execute -- which can take a longer time to complete.

Wed October 16, 2019 07:48 AM

Hi Team,

This was indeed a great session and helped me a lot to understand how the base template is created for developing integrations. I am not an advance python developer but wanted to understand the importance of using yield statements within the function. What all purpose does yield solve for us in case of resilient integrations?

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