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How to resolve "Unexpected token < in JSON at position 0" error while creating the summary index?

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index=***** source="****" "getProcedureDetailBlueChip" OR "getProcedureDetailBlueChipResponse" 
AND "Outbound Message" OR "Inbound Message" OR "getProcedureDetailBlueChip response time returning procedure details" OR "memZipCode assigned to zipCode" 
OR "provZipCode assigned to zipCode" OR  "bnftAgrmtNbr"|rex "(?Inbound|Outbound)" |eval transfield=if(searchmatch("Outbound Message") OR searchmatch("Inbound Message"),1,0) | accum transfield | transaction transfield | rex "ID:(?.*)" 
|rex "(?m)\(?.*)"|rex "(?m)\(?.*)"|rex "(?m)\(?.*)"|rex "(?.*)" |rex "(?.*)"|rex "(?.*)" | rex "(?.*)" | rex "(?.*)" |rex "(?.*)" |rex "(?.*)"|rex "(?.*)"| rex "(?.*)"|rex "(?.*)" |rex "provZipCode assigned to zipCode:(?.*)"| rex "memZipCode assigned to zipCode:(?.*)"|stats min(_time) as startTime,max(_time) as endTime,values(info) as Info,values(ResponseTime) as responseTime,values(StatusCode) as StatusCode,values(message) as StatusMessage,values(CorpEntCd) as corpEntCd,values(costlvlpctl) as Costlvlpctl,values(CptCode) as cptCode,values(GroupNbr) as GroupNbr,values(MemZipCode) as memZipCode,values(procdchrgamt) as ProcChrgamt,values(ProvZipCode) as ProvZipCode,values(SectionNbr) as SectionNbr,values(ServiceDate) as ServiceDate,values(tretcatcd) as TretCatCd,values(tretcatname) as TretCatName,values(bnftAgrmtNbr) as bnftAgrmtNbr,values(acctNbr) as acctNbr,values(provassignZip) as provassignZip,values(memzipassignzip) as memzipassignzip by id,source
|eval responseTime=endTime-startTime|eval StartTime=strftime(startTime,"%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S,%3N")|eval EndTime=strftime(endTime,"%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S,%3N")
|table id,Info,StartTime,EndTime,responseTime,StatusCode,StatusMessage,source,corpEntCd,Costlvlpctl,cptCode,GroupNbr,memZipCode,ProcChrgamt,ProvZipCode,SectionNbr,ServiceDate,TretCatCd,TretCatName,bnftAgrmtNbr,acctNbr,provassignZip,memzipassignzip

while creating the summary index it's throwing an error "Unexpected token < in JSON at position 0." how can i resolve this? can someone help me please?
thanks

New Member

really? The answer is Chrome isn't supported in Splunk 7.0?

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Loves-to-Learn Lots

actually it seems so that chrome is the only one giving problems

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Engager

Seems to be a browser compatibility issue. I was able to avoid this error by doing the following:

Workaround: Use Firefox as your browser,I experianced the same issue. After reading other above mentioned posts, I guessed it might be a browser compatibility issue with the posting, so I opened Firefox (was using Chrome) and everything began working as expected.

Work-around: Use Firefox instead of Chrome

Explorer

THANK YOU.
you saved me so much time, I would have never thought the browser to be the issue, it seemed like such a splunk-side problem..

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Legend

@worm929 @codeassassin, do look at the the first answer posted by @somesoni2 where Google Chrome Browser Extension may cause this error. So try to stop any browser extensions that might be running and test.

https://answers.splunk.com/answers/247389/cant-add-input-for-rest-ta-your-entry-was-not-save-1.html

We noticed issue with saving Knowledge Object configurations where error for Unexpected Token would pop up however, the configuration would get saved. On stopping Chrome Extension, the error was fixed.

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Revered Legend
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Explorer

thanks somesh ..in that case i need to change my code where the rex commads are their.

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Explorer

some of the regex were truncated....
|rex "(?m)(?.)"|rex "(?m)(?.)"|rex "(?m)(?.)"|rex "(?.)" |rex "(?.)"|rex "(?.)" | rex "(?.)" | rex "(?.)" |rex "(?.)" |rex "(?.)"|rex "(?.)"| rex "(?.)"|rex "(?.)" |rex "provZipCode assigned to zipCode:(?.)"| rex "memZipCode assigned to zipCode:(?.*)"

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