Azure OpenAI chatbot using custom data gives an error when using dataSources

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I'm working on a chatbot that answers using our own data. The only issue is that when using the python script generated from the chat playground the only response is "The requested information is not available in the retrieved data. Please try another query or topic.". This is true even when using the exact same query as in the chat playground. The same issue arises when using postman to send a http request. When not using dataSources, it works just like a normal chatGPT.

Here is the code:

import openai, os, requests

openai.api_type = "azure"

# Azure OpenAI on your own data is only supported by the 2023-08-01-preview API version
openai.api_version = "2023-08-01-preview"

# Azure OpenAI setup
openai.api_base = "Endpoint" # Add your endpoint here
openai.api_key = "Key" # Add your OpenAI API key here
deployment_id = "Deployment" # Add your deployment ID here
# Azure Cognitive Search setup
search_endpoint = "SearchEndpoint"; # Add your Azure Cognitive Search endpoint here
search_key = "SearchKey"; # Add your Azure Cognitive Search admin key here
search_index_name = "Index"; # Add your Azure Cognitive Search index name here

def setup_byod(deployment_id: str) -> None:
    """Sets up the OpenAI Python SDK to use your own data for the chat endpoint.

    :param deployment_id: The deployment ID for the model to use with your own data.

    To remove this configuration, simply set openai.requestssession to None.

    class BringYourOwnDataAdapter(requests.adapters.HTTPAdapter):

        def send(self, request, **kwargs):
            request.url = f"{openai.api_base}/openai/deployments/{deployment_id}/extensions/chat/completions?api-version={openai.api_version}"
            return super().send(request, **kwargs)

    session = requests.Session()

    # Mount a custom adapter which will use the extensions endpoint for any call using the given `deployment_id`

    openai.requestssession = session


completion = openai.ChatCompletion.create(
    messages=[{"role": "system", "content": "SystemMessage"},{"role": "user", "content": "UserQuery"}],
    dataSources=[  # camelCase is intentional, as this is the format the API expects
            "type": "AzureCognitiveSearch",
            "parameters": {
                "endpoint": search_endpoint,
                "key": search_key,
                "indexName": search_index_name,
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