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SecureX Activities

Hi all

Questions about SecureX Activities.

1. Is it possible to view the code of the built in activities?

2. Is it possible to add (own) additional activities as an example for Cisco ACI?

 

Thanks and many greetings

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Brian Sak
Cisco Employee

1) Some of the built in activities are actually atomics, which you can dig into the individual activities that make it up. However you can not inspect the code for the base activities.  If it's an atomic, you can drop down and do Modify Atomic Action to see the individual activities that make up that atomic.

 

2021-06-24_12-21-22.png

 

2) For building your own atomics you certainly can.  Essentially you build it out as a new workflow and then under the workflow properties you'll set it as an atomic and put it into a group after validation.

 

2021-06-24_12-45-17.png

 

Then your new atomic will be listed on the side as a new "Activity"

 

2021-06-24_12-50-13.png

 

If your ACI is based on prem, there's a new SecureX Orchestration Remote you can use with SXo to reach its API interface.

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Brian Sak
Cisco Employee

1) Some of the built in activities are actually atomics, which you can dig into the individual activities that make it up. However you can not inspect the code for the base activities.  If it's an atomic, you can drop down and do Modify Atomic Action to see the individual activities that make up that atomic.

 

2021-06-24_12-21-22.png

 

2) For building your own atomics you certainly can.  Essentially you build it out as a new workflow and then under the workflow properties you'll set it as an atomic and put it into a group after validation.

 

2021-06-24_12-45-17.png

 

Then your new atomic will be listed on the side as a new "Activity"

 

2021-06-24_12-50-13.png

 

If your ACI is based on prem, there's a new SecureX Orchestration Remote you can use with SXo to reach its API interface.

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Markus Sandmeier
Beginner

Thank you Brian!