Hi, is there a way to create a different chart for each selected input of the multiselect field?
When I select multiple values in the multiselect field, I get only one token, where the values a seperated by a determiter like OR or AND.
So in order to create a different chart for each multiselect value I want to have a different token for each value, so I can display one chart based on each token, or hide it, if the token is not selected.
Is there a way to realize this?
Im trying to visualize the traffic going through an API Gateway which has many different interfaces on it. So every request going to that Gateway is routed by the corresponding interface.
Now I want the multiselect values to be my Interface names, so I can get one different chart for each interface, within the Chart I search my logs for the Interface name so I can display the requests per hour in it.
I dont want to have all Data in one Chart because there are like 50 ore more interfaces, so it will be better to compare Them all when they are in different Charts.
I think it would work if there was a way to generate a different Token for each selected value in my multiselect field...
i think the difficult part would be trying to create panels dynamically - don't think it's doable in simple xml but can probably be done with js?
Did you check out the trellis layout though? I think that's probably going to be your best solution. And if you bump up on a limit of how many charts it can display, then I believe there are workarounds.
So your search would use the multi-select token you built to filter your events and would group by interface, but then you choose the trellis layout option for whatever visualization you want to use - and splunk will create a separate graph for each interface in the by clause.
index=your_api_gateway_logs $your_interface_ms_token_logic_here$ | timechart limit=100 useother=f span=1h count by interface
Thank you for your help, it worked with the trellis layout like you described.
Although it would be nice to create the tables dynamically but I think youre right and that isnt possible with only simple XML...