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How to calculate date and int columns?

ositaumeozulu
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please i will be glad to get answer to this query

| eval  InT = if(((lastpickupdate + DaysOfARVRefil  + 28) > IIT), "Interrupted", "Active")

"lastpickupdate" and "IIT" columns are in date format, whereas "DaysOfARVRefil" is in Days(int)

please how do i successfully run this query 

thanks

osita

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gcusello
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Hi @ositaumeozulu,

to make calculations between dates you have always to convert dates in epochtime,

I don't know what's the format of lastpickupdate and IIT, I suppose that it's "yyyy-mm-dd HH:MM:SS",

So you could run something like this:

| eval  InT = if(((strptime(lastpickupdate,"%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S") + DaysOfARVRefil*86400  + 28*86400) > strptime(IIT,"%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S")), "Interrupted", "Active")

Ciao.

Giuseppe

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richgalloway
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Splunk cannot do much with dates in string format.  They should be converted into integers using the strptime function first.  Also, the number of days should be converted into seconds before it is added to a timestamp.

| eval lastpickupts = strptime(lastpickupdate, "<<format string>>")
| eval IITts = strptime(IIT, "<<format string>>")
| eval SecsOfARVRefil = (DaysOfARVRefil + 28) * 86400
| eval  InT = if(((lastpickupts + SecsOfARVRefil ) > IITts), "Interrupted", "Active")
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gcusello
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Hi @ositaumeozulu,

to make calculations between dates you have always to convert dates in epochtime,

I don't know what's the format of lastpickupdate and IIT, I suppose that it's "yyyy-mm-dd HH:MM:SS",

So you could run something like this:

| eval  InT = if(((strptime(lastpickupdate,"%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S") + DaysOfARVRefil*86400  + 28*86400) > strptime(IIT,"%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S")), "Interrupted", "Active")

Ciao.

Giuseppe

somesoni2
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Give this a try

| eval  InT = if((strptime(lastpickupdate,"%Y-%m-%d") + (DaysOfARVRefil  + 28)*86400) > strptime(IIT,"%Y-%m-%d"), "Interrupted", "Active")

 (assuming both lastpickupdate and IIT has date in string  and have format  "%Y-%m-%d". If they are different, adjust the time format accordingly)

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