Let's say I create the following table from my search
index= x .... | stats sum(x) by y
y sum(x) Counter1 907 Counter2 906 Counter3 904 Counter41 91 Counter42 56 ... CounterN 95
Can I filter the table so it is dynamic so that only some rows are shown? For example, if I just wanted to show the 2 rows
Counter41 91 Counter42 56
Can I have a text field that can act as my filter where I would type something like "Counter4"
My text field would look something like this:
<input type="text" token="span_gran"> <label>Specify text to filter table</label> <default></default> </input>
But, firstly, can I dynamically filter on the table and secondly, how do I do this?
@HattrickNZ, yes you can filter with your text box.
Following example of Textbox input does two things:
1) When pattern is changed in Text Box, filter token is supplied to Table(without Submit button). You can change this if your use case requires Submit button through
2) Default pattern is set to asterix
( * ), so that no filter is applied
<input type="text" token="span_gran" searchWhenChanged="true"> <label>Pattern to Filter</label> <default>*</default> </input>
Then you can use Text box token in your Search
<YourBaseSearch> | stats sum(x) by y | search y="$span_gran$"