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  1. Hi, I've been tasked with adding assets into Hornbill from our internal CMDB using python, all of which is a bit new to me and I'm struggling with where to start and find examples of how to use the Python API. Can anyone provide an example of using the Python API to find an asset by it's name, add an asset and update an asset. Thanks in advance. Tim
  2. Being fairly new to Python I am trying to work out how to populate the xmlmc object with the required Input Parameters in order to call the 'entityUpdateRecord' in particular the 'primaryEntityData' . I can see what is needs via the API documentation but there is no Python code examples. https://api.hornbill.com/data/?op=entityUpdateRecord I am wanting to be be able to populate a number of custom field values on a request. Has anyone got any Python code examples that would help? Cheers Martyn
  3. Would it be possible for the Code Samples section on the 'api.hornbill.com' be extended to include Go and Python, to match the languages for which the provided api libraries? Cheers Martyn
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