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trying to return raw output vs formatted

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!py script=`return_results(demisto.executeCommand("azure-sentinel-list-incident-entities", {"incident_id":"xxxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxx"}))`

The above works and turns in human readable format; however i want to return the raw json.


This works:
!azure-sentinel-list-incident-entities incident_id=xxxx-xxxx-xxxx raw-response=true


However this does not:

 !py script=`return_results(demisto.executeCommand("azure-sentinel-list-incident-entities", {"incident_id":"xxxx-xxxx-xxxx"}, {"raw-response":"true"}))`


I get the following error:

TypeError: executeCommand() takes exactly 3 arguments (4 given)

I need it in python, but I can't figure out the format to return the raw json.


Any help is appreciated,



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Just pass it as another argument. This should work: return_results(demisto.executeCommand("azure-sentinel-list-incident-entities", {"incident_id":"xxxxxxx-xxxxxx-xxxxx", "raw-response":"true"}))

Thanks, I see what I did wrong there...
Though, oddly this returns the same thing twice:


entities = demisto.executeCommand("azure-sentinel-list-incident-entities", {"incident_id":external_id})
entitiesRaw = demisto.executeCommand("azure-sentinel-list-incident-entities", {"incident_id":external_id,"raw-response":"true"})


I was expecting the raw json output similar to the following command, but return_results seems to be formatting it in human readable format; does that seem right?

This gives me what I need, but I need to put it in python code:

!azure-sentinel-list-incident-entities incident_id=xxxx-xxxx-xxxx raw-response=true

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Try this and see if it does what you are looking for.

entitiesRaw = demisto.executeCommand("azure-sentinel-list-incident-entities", {"incident_id":external_id})[0]["Contents"]

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