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Drilldown with other timestamp not working

splunk_hvijay
Explorer

My drilldown with timestamp is not working.

Date Value
2017-09-01 1
2017-09-02 2
2017-09-03 4

I need to drilldown the date and pass earliest=date and latest=earliest+86400..(passing 24 hours).

below is the code i'm using,

<eval token="e">'row.Date' + 1800</eval>
<link target="_blank">
              <![CDATA[/app/myapp?&form.timetoken1.earliest=$click.value$&form.timetoken1.latest=$e$
                ]]>
            </link>
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1 Solution

niketn
Legend

You seem to be picking Date value from Table. Since it is human readable string date, you need to convert to epoch time using strptime() first. Try the following code which uses eval to convert/calculates earliest and latest time as epoch time and passes to the drilldown URL:

    <drilldown>
      <condition field="Date">
        <eval token="tokEarliest">strptime($row.Date$,"%Y-%m-%d")</eval>
        <eval token="tokLatest">strptime($row.Date$,"%Y-%m-%d")+86400</eval>
        <link target="_blank">/app/<YourAppName>/<YourFormName>?form.timetoken1.earliest=$tokEarliest$&amp;form.timetoken1.latest=$tokLatest$</link>            
      </condition>  
    </drilldown>

PS: Add your app name and dashboard name in the link above.

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niketn
Legend

You seem to be picking Date value from Table. Since it is human readable string date, you need to convert to epoch time using strptime() first. Try the following code which uses eval to convert/calculates earliest and latest time as epoch time and passes to the drilldown URL:

    <drilldown>
      <condition field="Date">
        <eval token="tokEarliest">strptime($row.Date$,"%Y-%m-%d")</eval>
        <eval token="tokLatest">strptime($row.Date$,"%Y-%m-%d")+86400</eval>
        <link target="_blank">/app/<YourAppName>/<YourFormName>?form.timetoken1.earliest=$tokEarliest$&amp;form.timetoken1.latest=$tokLatest$</link>            
      </condition>  
    </drilldown>

PS: Add your app name and dashboard name in the link above.

____________________________________________
| makeresults | eval message= "Happy Splunking!!!"
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splunk_hvijay
Explorer

thanks a ton !!.. It worked.

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