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Conditional set token in form input

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In a dashboard I'm doing an initial token-setting search, using a lookup and a previously chosen token $token_process$.

In the lookup table columns may have a string value or be empty, and I want to save the non-empty values, but I can't seem to get it to work. Can someone help with the condition syntax?

It's possible the tokens step1...step4 each must have a condition and be set individually.

<search id="tokensearch">
  <query>| inputlookup lookup_e2e where (Key=$token_process$) | fields ProcessId, EndToEnd, Trigger, Step1, Step2, Step3, Step4</query>
    <condition !-- Set these tokens always>
      <set token="token_processid">$result.ProcessId$</set>
      <set token="token_e2e">$result.EndToEnd$</set>
      <set token="token_trigger">$result.Trigger$</set>
    <condition !--Set tokens if their values are not NULL>
      <set token="token_step1">$result.Step1$</set>
      <set token="token_step2">$result.Step2$</set>
      <set token="token_step3">$result.Step3$</set>
      <set token="token_step4">$result.Step4$</set>


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Try this

| inputlookup lookup_e2e  | search Key=$token_processed* | fields ProcessId, EndToEnd, Trigger, Step1, Step2, Step3, Step4
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