THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2017

Posts Tagged ‘Catalog client scripts’

Building a CI Change Calendar Macro – On The Fly

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co-worker asked me for some help yesterday fulfilling an interesting requirement. He needed to set up a configuration item reference field or catalog variable that would display a calendar macro that, when clicked, would open a popup window containing a change calendar report for that configuration item. I figured this idea might be of use to others so I’m posting it here!

CI Change Calendar Report Macro Popup

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Set Default Date/Time Picker Dialog Time

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ave you ever wondered how you can change the default time displayed in a Date/Time dialog? In general, the Date/Time dialog is controlled by back-end code so there’s not much you can do with it. I’ve seen this question a few times now so I decided to come up with a solution.

Date Time Picker

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Cool Tip! Show and Hide Loading Dialog Frames

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ere’s a very cool (and simple) secret that allows you to show and hide loading dialog screens. These scripts can be run from anywhere in your system that supports client-side javascript.

You’ve probably seen these used in various places in your ServiceNow instance.

Long Loading Form Dialog

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Field Styles for Service Catalog Variables

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ervice-now.com allows you to modify the CSS style of any field by adding a personalized style. Instructions for performing this customization are outlined on the Service-now wiki. There isn’t a built-in way to do this same thing with the fields (variables) in the Service Catalog. Applying styles to service catalog variables is possible however through the use of catalog client scripts. This article shows you how.

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Are YOU a ServiceNow Jedi?

Whether you’re a new administrator or an experienced consultant, you need to know these things to become a master of the ServiceNow force.

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Latest Comments

  • David: It appears that I can hit sys_properties table with REST. This works, but I haven’t yet discovered the...
  • Mark Stanger: Hey David, It doesn’t surprise me that scoped apps have made this more difficult. I’m not...
  • David: Mark, do you have an example of how to do this in a scoped app? It seems there are many hoops to jump through...
  • Mark Stanger: The only possibility is to create a system property to override this in your application. Check out the...