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Send events via cURL

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Send events via cURL

You can use the cURL command-line tool to send multiple events to a ServiceNow instance.

Before you begin

For Mac, cURL is automatically available.

For Unix, Linux, or Windows, make sure that the cURL command-line tool is installed. You can download it at

Role required: evt_mgmt_integration


  1. Use a text editor to create a shell (.sh) file with event records.
    curl -v -H "Accept: application/json" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -X POST --data "{
         \"source\" : \"Simulated\", 
         \"node\" : \"nameofnode\" , 
         \"type\" : \"High Virtual Memory\",  
         \"resource\" : \"\", 
         \"severity\" : \"5\", 
         \"description\" : \"Virtual memory usage exceeds 98%\", 
         \"additional_info\":\"{'name':'My Airlines'}\"
         \"source\" : \"Simulated\", 
         \"node\" : \"\" , 
         \"type\" : \"High CPU Utilization\",  
         \"resource\" : \"\", 
         \"severity\" : \"5\", 
         \"description\" : 
         \"CPU on at 60%\"
         }" -u myUserID:myPassword ""
  2. Use the -H option. For the POST parameter, start the data block with an open bracket and delimit the data with backslashes. For example:
    POST --data "{\"records\":[{\"source\" :  [. . .]}"
    Table 1. Header parameters for use with -H option
    Parameter Type Description
    Accept String The acceptable type for this message.

    The default value is application/json.

    Content-Type String The content type for this message.

    The default value is application/json.

    POST String The request type is POST with one or more trailing records.
  3. Use the -u option and the instance URL with login credentials. For example:
     -u myUserID:myPassword "
  4. Test the scripted integration.