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How to create a search to check single user having multiple transaction?

splkjk
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Hello Team @SPL, Was working on some of the development activity, got stuck at some level. We have a scenario where I need to check , on a single day which user had done transactions for more than 3 different vendors and transfer the output into tabular format.

When i perform the distinct count i get the count of the user who had done transaction with 3 vendors on same day

| stats dc(Vendor) AS dc_vendor values(Vendor) AS Vendor BY UserID

 

Need to have output detailed in table 2

Table 1:-

Date  UserID Vendor Transactions
10/5/2021 user 1 SAAS(User 1) $$$$$
10/5/2021 user 2 PAAS(User 1) $$$$$
10/7/2021 user 3 IAAS $$$$$
10/8/2021 user 4 AAA $$$$$
10/9/2021 user 5 CCCC $$$$$
10/10/2021 user 6 FFFF $$$$$
10/5/2021 user 7 XXXX (User 1) $$$$$
10/6/2021 user 8 ZZZZ $$$$$
10/8/2021 user 9 EEE $$$$$
10/9/2021 user 10 QQQQ $$$$$

 

Output Table 2

Date UserID Vendor Transactions
10/5/2021 user 1 SAAS(User 1) $$$$$
    AAS(User 1) $$$$$
    XXXX (User 1) $$$$$
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gcusello
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Hi @splkjk,

you have to join the values of Vendor and Transaction before stats and separe them afte, something like this:

| eval Vendor_Transaction=vendor."|".Transaction
| stats dc(Vendor) AS dc_vendor values(Vendor_Transaction) AS Vendor_Transaction BY UserID
| where dc_Vendor>3
| mvexpand Vendor_Transaction
| rex field=Vendor_Transaction "^(?<Vendor>[^\|]+)*|(?<Transaction>.*)"
| table UserID Vendor Transaction

Ciao.

Giuseppe

splkjk
Explorer

Thanks @gcusello  for the inputs, but i should have been more specific. I'm new to Splunk and trying to explore the options.
My output table shouldn't contain Transaction amount, just the date, UserID and Vendor

DateUserIDVendor
10/5/2021user 1SAAS(User 1)
  AAS(User 1)
  XXXX (User 1)



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gcusello
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Hi @splkjk,

in this case you can use the first halp of my search:

your_search
| stats dc(Vendor) AS dc_vendor values(Vendor) AS Vendor earliest(_time) AS Date BY UserID
| where dc_Vendor>3
| eval Date=strftime(earliest,"%d-%m-%Y")
| table Date UserID Vendor

Ciao.

Giuseppe

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