conditional check if Azure Entities command returns with "No entries."

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conditional check if Azure Entities command returns with "No entries."

L2 Linker

Any thoughts on why this is failing; this always returns Entries Found regardless if there are entities or not.

 

jboyd98_0-1644547225732.png

You can see in the screenshot above there are 0 results, no entries.

 

When I run this script, you'll see the screenshot below.  

------Script------

##Check Sentinel for entities, if none, write a message to war room
external_id=demisto.incidents()[0]["CustomFields"]["externalid"]
entities = demisto.executeCommand("azure-sentinel-list-incident-entities", {"incident_id":external_id})

if not entities:
    return_results("No entries")
elif "No entries." in entities:
    return_results("No entries with period")
elif "No entries" in entities:
    return_results("No entries without period")
elif len(entities)==0:
    return_results("Length 0")
else:
    return_results("Entries Found")

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jboyd98_2-1644547571215.png

 

If i print the object type, entities is a "list."

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

 

Thanks,

 

Boyd

 

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L2 Linker

Sorry, i don't have Sentinel integration up to test, but typically what is returned from demisto.executeCommand is a list and then you look into the "Contents" dictionary key inside the first value of that list to see what is returned.  I would try:
entities = demisto.executeCommand("azure-sentinel-list-incident-entities", {"incident_id":external_id})[0]['Contents']

Also might want to add some print statements just for testing

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L2 Linker

Sorry, i don't have Sentinel integration up to test, but typically what is returned from demisto.executeCommand is a list and then you look into the "Contents" dictionary key inside the first value of that list to see what is returned.  I would try:
entities = demisto.executeCommand("azure-sentinel-list-incident-entities", {"incident_id":external_id})[0]['Contents']

Also might want to add some print statements just for testing

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