[Bro] When statement not executing?
anthony.kasza at gmail.com
Fri Aug 21 12:26:18 PDT 2015
If I recall correctly there is a timeout attribute you can apply to when
statements. Try adding one and see if it ever returns.
On Aug 21, 2015 11:54 AM, "Hite, Brett" <Brett.Hite at parsons.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm new to Bro and made it through some example problems I found but am
> stumped with a current problem. I'm trying to do either an HTTP request
> using ActiveHTTP::Request or an external command using Exec::Command. I
> found some example code using both and am first trying to run those to see
> if I can get expected output.
> Example code I'm following:
> To summarize where I'm having difficulty:
> function do_mhr_lookup(hash: string, fi: Notice::FileInfo)
> local data = fmt("resource=%s", hash);
> local key = fmt("-d apikey=%s", vt_apikey);
> local req: ActiveHTTP::Request = ActiveHTTP::Request($url...);
> when (local res = ActiveHTTP::request(req))
> print res;
> From what I've read, the ActiveHTTP::request can only be run in a when
> statement. The same is true for the Exec::run command. In the above sample
> code, the req variable is exactly what I want it to be (confirmed with a
> print), but nothing is happening after that. I've come across similar
> questions to mine that recommended using "redef exit_only_after_terminate =
> T;" or "@load frameworks/communication/listen". Both of these are not
> affecting the behavior of the script.
> How can I ensure that the ActiveHTTP::request is run?
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