servicenow - A golang client for ServiceNow

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Package servicenow currently provides primarily low-level abstractions for communicating with the ServiceNow API, and data types useful for unmarshaling the nonstandard JSON types that ServiceNow returns (e.g. non-ISO datetime format). As needs arise, higher-level abstractions may be added that provide easy access to standard structured objects in the ServiceNow API, for example a method to easily access structs representing change requests. Client helps users interact with a ServiceNow instance.

https://github.com/andrewstuart/servicenow

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