Create a Docker Image In Cortex XSOAR

Follow these instructions to create a docker image in the War Room.
After due diligence has been completed and licenses checked, the following steps can be taken.
  1. In the War Room, type the following command:
    /docker_image_create name
  2. Add the following arguments:
    Argument
    Description
    name
    New Docker image name. Lower case only
    dependencies
    New Docker image dependencies. Python libs like stix or requests, can have multiple comma separated libs:
    lib1,lib2,lib3
    .
    packages
    New Docker image packages. OS packages like libxslt or wget, can have multiple comma separated packages:
    pkg1,pkg2,pkg3
    .
    base
    New docker image base image to use. Must be ubuntu based with python installed. Default is demisto/python3-deb base image, with python 3.x.
    In the following example create a Docker image called
    example_name
    and use the python dependency,
    Mechanize
    . You can specify OS packages. This example requires wget as a package.
    /docker_image_create name=example_name dependencies=mechanize packages=wget
    When the Docker image is created, the following dialog box appears.
    The Docker image is ready to use.
  3. (
    Optional
    ) If you need to update a Docker image, type the following command:
    /docker_image_update
  4. Add the following arguments:
    Argument
    Description
    image
    The name of the image.
    all
    Pulls all images.
  5. (
    Optional
    ) To see all available images, type the following:
    /docker_images
    This command does not accept any arguments and lists all available Docker images.

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