I am working on adding a panel to a dashboard which already has 5 panels.
Here is the hierarchy,
TimeRangePicker | Pulldown | Switcher | NullModule(5) | GenericHeader(6) | search(6) | JobProgressIndicator|Pager | Table
And here is my Advanced XML for the 6th Panel
<module name="GenericHeader" layoutPanel="panel_row6_col1"> <param name="label">... </param> <module name="Search"> <param name="search"><![CDATA[ index=... sourcetype=... Exception | rex ".*?( ?(?:\w+\.)+\w*?Exception).*"| stats count by Exception|sort –count ]]> <module name="JobProgressIndicator" /> <module name="Pager"> <module name="Table"> <module name="ConvertToDrilldownSearch"> <module name="ViewRedirector"> <param name="viewTarget">flashtimeline</param> </module> <!-- ViewRedirector --> </module> <!-- ConvertToDrilldownSearch --> </module> <!-- Table --> </module> <!-- Pager --> </module> <!-- Search --> </module> <!-- GenericHeader -->
Current Result :
Waiting for search to finish...
Panel with Results
Note: All other 5 panels are working.
OK. I think the main problem, strangely, is that you probably don't have a Message module in the view anywhere.
that search, at least as written here, will throw a syntax error in splunk.
sort - count, the character you have between sort and count is not actually a hyphen character ,but an escaped emdash. This is quite common when searches pass through email or through microsoft word, because those programs can "help" you by converting your hyphen characters to emdash characters. However I don't think Splunk will like the fancy emdash very much.
And make sure you have a Message module in every view. I think if there was one here, I think you would be getting a relatively informative red error message displayed (and thus not had this mysterious behavior).
I don't see anything else that leaps out as being wrong, although I do strongly advise against using the ConvertToDrilldownSearch module. You should adopt the conventions that the Sideview Linking docs use, and use the Redirector module instead of ConvertToDrilldownSearch and ViewRedirector. Even if it's a bit of a learning curve to switch they are a more open and flat mechanism to control URL redirects.
Thanks for the hint Sideview. I was able to figure out the error with the syntax error thrown. It was very very simple tweak.