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Available $foo$ values?

BryanBerry
Path Finder

How can I find what $foo$ values are available?

I know the Sideview RuntimeDebugger shows keys from upstream and modified keys, but how can I see the full tree of keys?

This is to support something I'm trying to do using Redirector, but I feel like this question holds a good amount of value in and of itself. Once I have the answer, I can likely figure out my Redirector woes. If not, I'll just ask a separate question 🙂

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SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

If the Runtime Debug mode of the Sideview Editor doesn't tell you a key is defined at a given point in the view, then it really isn't there.

There is a page at "Key Techniques > Other > Overview of all the $foo$ tokens", and this can help give you a broad overview of $foo$ tokens that you have at your disposal in various places and downstream from various modules.

UPDATE: It turned out that the culprit was the confusing switch where Sideview Utils gives the SimpleResultsTable keys like "$click.fields.myField$", but Sideview's own Table module has a key prefix of "row", so the same token down from a Table would be "$row.fields.myField$".

(You can change this by setting the "name" param on Table to something else. It just defaults to "row").

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sideview
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

If the Runtime Debug mode of the Sideview Editor doesn't tell you a key is defined at a given point in the view, then it really isn't there.

There is a page at "Key Techniques > Other > Overview of all the $foo$ tokens", and this can help give you a broad overview of $foo$ tokens that you have at your disposal in various places and downstream from various modules.

UPDATE: It turned out that the culprit was the confusing switch where Sideview Utils gives the SimpleResultsTable keys like "$click.fields.myField$", but Sideview's own Table module has a key prefix of "row", so the same token down from a Table would be "$row.fields.myField$".

(You can change this by setting the "name" param on Table to something else. It just defaults to "row").

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