AI integration with Splunk- How can I encapsulate the token value example:  '$SourceCode_Tok$' ?



I am working on a project to integrate Splunk with a LLM model.  I have created an app that search vulnerabilities within source code and report back findings as well as the modified source code with the corrected findings.

Now, here's my issue, it works for JavaScript, Java, PHP, and many others, but at the moment I upload Python or Simple XML, the system cannot process it as it is thinking is part of the actual dashboard code.

My question is, how can I encapsulate the token value example:  '$SourceCode_Tok$' for the system to interpret it correctly as external code to be analyzed.

Thank you all!

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