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Add Note Information Using an Automation Script

General Purpose Dynamic Section incidents layoutBuilder
This example shows how to add note information to an incident using an automation script through the API. For this script to run, you need to add a Demisto REST API instance. You add the script to the automation page and then add the script to the incident layout builder using the General Purpose Dynamic Section.
  1. Go the Automation page and add the following script:
    commonfields: id: ShowLastNoteUserAndDate version: -1 name: ShowLastNoteUserAndDate script: |2 function getLastNote(incidentID) { var body = {pageSize:1,categories:['notes']}; var res = executeCommand('demisto-api-post', {uri:'/investigation/' + incidentID, body: body}); if (isError(res[0])) { throw 'demisto-api-post failed for incidnet #'+incidentID+'\nbody is ' + JSON.stringify(body) + '\n' + JSON.stringify(res); } if (!res[0].Contents.response.entries) { return null; } var notes = res[0].Contents.response.entries; var lastNote = notes[notes.length-1]; return lastNote; } lastNote = getLastNote(incidents[0].id); if (lastNote) { md = `#### Update by ${lastNote.user} on ${lastNote.modified.split('T')[0]}\n`; md += `\n---\n`; md += lastNote.contents + '\n'; return { ContentsFormat: formats.markdown, Type: entryTypes.note, Contents: md } ; } else { return 'N/A'; } type: javascript tags: - dynamic-section enabled: true scripttarget: 0 runonce: false runas: DBotWeakRole
  2. Select the incident type to add the script, by completing steps 1 to 5 in Add a Script to the Incident Layout.
  3. In the
    Automation script
    field, select the automation added in step 1.
  4. Go to the incident that you want to view the note information.
    You can see note information, containing the last user and date.

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