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i have two macros if those values are not macthing(a!=b) then i have to schedule another search query , how it is possible??

ajayabburi508
Path Finder

i have two macros

if those values are not macthing(a!=b) then i have to schedule another search query , how it is possible??

example:

macro a is 2 (a=2)

macro b is 3 (b=3)

if a!=b then we have to schedule below query how it is possible in splunk ?

| makeresults | eval x=3+3 ,y=6+6 | table x,y

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DalJeanis
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

What are you really trying to do?

Macros only run when a search is run, and a search is scheduled when someone creates the schedule, so your question seems to be somewhat confusing.

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