where is config id in openvas

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where is config id in openvas

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Hii,

Can someone please tell me where is the openvas config id in the interface or how can i find the config id in openvas?
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Re: where is config id in openvas

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Could you explain a little more about what you want to change?
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Re: where is config id in openvas

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Hii,

I am using the following python script from gsm docs available at (https://docs.greenbone.net/GSM-Manual/gos-4/en/omp.html)

len_args = len(args.script) - 1
if len_args is not 2:
message = """
This script creates a new task with specific host and nvt!
It needs two parameters after the script name.
First one is name of the target and the second one is the
chosen host. The task is called target-task

Example:
$ gvm-pyshell ssh newtask target host
"""
print(message)
quit()

target = args.script[1]
host = args.script[2]
task = target + " Task"

# Full and Fast
myconfig_id = "daba56c8-73ec-11df-a475-002264764cea"


# OpenVAS Scanner
myscanner_id = "08b69003-5fc2-4037-a479-93b440211c73"

res=gmp.create_target(target, True, hosts=host)
mytarget_id = res.xpath('@id')[0]

res=gmp.create_task(name=task,
config_id=myconfig_id,
scanner_id=myscanner_id,
target_id=mytarget_id)
mytask_id = res.xpath('@id')[0]

gmp.start_task(mytask_id)


So, my doubt is that in the above code how can I enter my id in "myconfig id" . As we know openvas scanner id is fixed , but from where can I enter myconfig id in the above code which I have marked as red color in the above code.
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