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Epoch Date format in reporting

Susha
Engager

Hi ,

i have 2 queries .

(index=abc OR index=def) category= * OR NOT blocked =0 AND NOT blocked =2
|rex field=index "(?<Local_Market>[^cita]\w.*?)_"
| stats count(Local_Market) as Blocked by Local_Market
| addcoltotals col=t labelfield=Local_Market label="Total"
| append [search (index=abc  OR index=def) blocked =0 | rex field=index "(?<Local_Market>\w.*?)_"
| stats count as Detected by Local_Market
| addcoltotals col=t labelfield=Local_Market label="Total"]
| stats values(*) as * by Local_Market
| transpose 0 header_field=Local_Market column_name=Local_Market | addinfo
| eval date=info_min_time
| fieldformat date=strftime(date,"%m-%d-%Y")
| fields - info_*

1> above query is giving me the correct date time ..but when i am scheduling this as report its coming  as Epoch time in csv file ..

2>  also how can we get date field in first column instead of last column without disturbing the other fields ..

thanks in advance

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richgalloway
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

1> Use eval rather than fieldformat to have the format preserved in the CSV.

2> Use the table command to specify the order of fields.

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Susha
Engager

@richgalloway  table command wont work here i  believe .. as we are already using stats command ..please correct me if i am wrong ..

 

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