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how to pass savedsearch name as a token in django

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Hi All,

i want to pass savedsearch value as a token in django.
i tried this one,but it is not working.
{% savedsearchmanager
id="searchchart"
searchname="$sourcetype$"
app="RealtimeServiceComponentMonitoring"
earliest
time="$headcount$"
latest_time="now"
cache=False

here sourcetype as radiogroup name.

can u plz help me.

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Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Add a token_safe filter to attributes that you want to be replaced with tokens. For example:

{% savedsearchmanager
        id="search_chart"
        searchname="$sourcetype$"|token_safe 
        app="RealtimeServiceComponentMonitoring"
        earliest_time="$headcount$"|token_safe
        latest_time="now"
        cache=False %}
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Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

I don't have enough information.

Is it the case that you have a saved search in Splunk in the "RealtimeServiceComponentMonitoring" app called and that you have set the $sourcetype$ token to "" by some means (like a text field)? Under those circumstances the SavedSearchManager should find saved search and run it.

Perhaps you could attach the entire page so I could read it?

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