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How do we use Javascript to connect and send data to HTTP Event Collector?

sweatherly
Engager

We would like to know what is the simplest way to use JavaScript in a basic web application to send data to Splunk? I've tried a few examples without success over the past few days and it's just gotten frustrating. Does anyone have any simple example of getting this working with XMLHttpRequest functions?

Thanks!

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@sweatherly have you tried Overview of Splunk Logging for JavaScript on Splunk Dev which is currently under beta?

http://dev.splunk.com/view/splunk-logging-javascript/SP-CAAAE6U

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sweatherly
Engager

Additional details: When I follow the instructions exactly, we are getting the following:

On the step where it states:

npm install --save splunk-logging

this is the result...

npm ERR! code ENOSELF
npm ERR! Refusing to install package with name "splunk-logging" under a package
npm ERR! also called "splunk-logging". Did you name your project the same
npm ERR! as the dependency you're installing?

How do we get past this? Is there something we are missing?

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sweatherly
Engager

Hi folks, we anticipate that no one has experienced this? Any clue would assist if this has been seen before with the installer.

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sweatherly
Engager

Yes, I have. Have you gotten this to work?

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