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Stash graph with time intervals.

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{"dtm":"2019-09-04 07:17:39.129 PDT", "logger":".WEB_ORDER_RELEASE", "app":{"a":"OrderBuilderService","dc":"rnodc1","e":"all.test.ce03","h":"rn-aost-c03-lapp17.rno.com","p":"5328","ptn":"AMR","r":"5df90752-abc0-4a05-bf35-f1484f5102ea"}, "msg":{"data":{"cartId":"00000000-00000000-d000-000078669e67","casId":"c2265eae-4db0-403c-a682-0efd25bc1e76","clientSubType":"web.common","clientType":"web","cosId":"1b4b4c51-5c95-4172-ad59-b89a6b2ce3de","deliveryGroup":"SINGLE_ADDRESS_SHIP_PARTIAL","features":["crd","verizonInstallments"],"fraudDecision":"NF","lineItems":[{"commitCode":"0","deliveryDate":"Tomorrow","deliveryType":"STH","partNumber":"MT312LL/A","product":"iPhone XR 64GB White","qty":"5","resolvedDate":"Tomorrow","shipMethodCode":"SO"}],"ops.response":"SUCCEEDED","orderType":"order","payments":["CARD"],"pssId":"W6474e26fbfd74dadb7e240350adb9c20","remoteHost":"12.11.11.111","storeFront":{"channel":"common.internet","formatCode":"common","geo":"w.ar.uss","language":"en-us","segment":"consumer","storeFrontId":"10078"},"webOrderNumber":"W7726473007"},"headerData":{"channel":"common.internet","dssId":"22079241-ac7d-4496-8b9b-e5624b6792c0","format":"common","geo":"w.ar.uss","hashedPersonId":"fGeEFnkTSPfUgzcrbTHNYH31lWfY50g2MEAwXapV/1Q=","language":"en-us","mileStoneId":"ORDER_RELEASE","segment":"consumer","storefrontId":"10078"}}}

We have mileStoneID as Create_Cart, Checkout, Create_Checkout, Web_order_create and Order_Release.

I have a very interesting requirement, where I need show count of pddID by mileStoneID with a stash intervals < 1min 1min-3mins 3-5mins >5mins . Let say pddID = 12345687 is in mileStoneId Web_order_create and it's been in that mileStoneId for 2mins, it should fall in the count bucket of create and stash interval of 1min-3mins and pddID = 12345687 should not be included in another mileStoneId count.

Please feel free to ask any questions,Thanks for your time.

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Splunk Employee

I think you'll need something like the following

<base search>
| stats latest(mileStoneId) as mileStoneId, latest(_time) as _time by pddID
| eval stash_interval=now()-_time
| eval interval_bucket=case(stash_interval<60,"< 1min", stash_interval<180,"1-3min", stash_interval<300,"3-5min",1==1,">5mins")`
| stats count by interval_bucket, mileStoneId

First, get all the data you need as part of your base search. Then get the latest mileStoneID and _time for each pddID.
Assuming that the _time of the event is correct, you could calculate the how long it has been in that state by doing eval stash_interval=now()-_time .
Next, you can calculate what interval "bucket" you want to put it in, with eval interval_bucket=case(stash_interval<60,"< 1min", stash_interval<180,"1-3min", stash_interval<300,"3-5min",1==1,">5mins")

Once you have that data, you can do a stats count by mileStoneId, interval bucket, and you should end up with the table you are after.

Good luck!

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