I'm having trouble retrieving my fields from an accelerated data model.
The main problem is that most of the fields are optional...
lets say the corresponding sourcetype looks like this:
then two events could look like this:
asset_type / asset_id / sensor_01 / sensor_02
"123" / "007" / "12.75" / ""
"123" / "007" / "" / "1265.99"
Now, when i search via the tstats command like this:
| tstats summariesonly=t latest(dm_main.sensor_01) latest(dm_main.sensor_02) FROM datamodel=dm_main by dm_main.asset_type dm_main.asset_id | rename dm_main.* AS *
I only get either a value for sensor_01 OR sensor_02, since the latest value for the other is a blank...
I tried reaching around that by using list(), but its not available for tstats.
Then I tried using values(), which gives me the values I need, but in alphabetically order. But I need to know the lastest.
Is there a way with tstats to search for LATEST NOT NULL?
the fields in Question are not native to the sourcetype, they are calculated fields:
EVAL-sensor_01 = if(valueName="raw_sensor_01", value, "") EVAL-sensor_02 = if(valueName="raw_sensor_02", value, "")
You are on the correct path, you should avoid using empty sets in any fields unless some very specific use cases. Your evals should be this
EVAL-sensor_01 = if(valueName="raw_sensor_01", value, null()) The
null() command makes it a null value instead of an empty set.