Trainer:innen mit langjähriger Praxiserfahrung
Best Practices aus vielen Kundenprojekten
Also available as Virtual Classroom Training
from 1650 EUR plus VAT.
Price per participant
With our ServiceNow Scripting Workshop you will learn in three days the difference between client and server-side scripting, as well as their application areas.
Best practices such as 'adaptations to out of the box scripts' will be discussed. All topics will be applied during this workshop with a use case.
You would like to introduce or deepen ServiceNow® in your company together with your colleagues? Our trainers can also support you on-site and conduct the training and certification with you in your company or at a location of your choice.
On request, we will put together a tailored offer for the training of your employee:s - just contact us via our contact form.
Before you learn about the difference between client and server-side scripting, you will be familiarized with scripting best practices, including script customization, naming conventions, and variables.
Learn more about the different applications of OnLoad, OnSubmit, OnChange and OnCellEdit Client Scripts.
When do I use a business rule? How can I use the current object? What is the g_scratchpad? These and other questions will be discussed during Server Side Scripting.
Which browser plugins can make my work within the platform easier?
You' ll know when you need a client-side script and when you need a server-side script.
Different use cases of business rules are implemented in the use case.
You will receive best practices for naming conventions and variable naming, for example.
You will learn about browser plug-ins that can simplify scripting.
Our workshops are interactive and powered by Power Point - because this is the only way to ensure sustainable learning success. At the beginning of the workshop each of you will receive a ServiceNow instance. You use this instance already during the workshop to implement what you have learned.
The mentioned end times are to be understood as guidelines. Changes in the schedule may occur, for example, due to smaller groups, a good basic understanding of the topic or similar. Times are also planned for the follow-up or preparation of topics on one's own. In addition to the morning and afternoon break of approx. 15 minutes and the lunch break of approx. 1 hour, there are also shorter screen breaks (5-10 min.) in between virtual trainings.