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How to get filtered data with spath?

developer_de
New Member

I am trying to build stats for a set of JSON data which looks like this:

{
   "ts":1527498793267,
   "version":"1.12.7",
   "data":{
      "myList":[
         {
            "id":"180528_090203",
            "nativeRequestReceived":1,
            "nativeResponseSent":1
         },
         {
            "id":"180528_090129",
            "nativeRequestReceived":1,
            "nativeResponseSent":1
         }
      ],
      "freemem":6534152192
   },
   "time":"2018-05-28T09:13:13.267Z",
   "v":0
}

I am using following splunk command to build stats table:

spath path=data.myList{} output=myList | spath input=myList | stats sum(nativeRequestReceived) sum(nativeResponseSent) by id

I use sum here because there will be multiple JSON objects like the one written above and I would like to add all nativeRequestReceived and nativeResponseSent for each id and group them by id. It can be seen clearly that there are 2 different ids each with 1 nativeRequestReceived. But the output looks like this. It ignores one of the ids. Can someone help me in clarifying what went wrong here?

id                sum(nativeRequestReceived)     sum(nativeResponseSent)
180528_090203           1                             1

Thanks

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ansif
Motivator

Hi,

Have you tried below answer? Accept if works.

Thanks

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ansif
Motivator
| makeresults |eval _raw="{
    \"ts\":1527498793267,
    \"version\":\"1.12.7\",
    \"data\":{
       \"myList\":[
          {
             \"id\":\"180528_090203\",
             \"nativeRequestReceived\":1,
             \"nativeResponseSent\":1
          },
          {
             \"id\":\"180528_090129\",
             \"nativeRequestReceived\":1,
             \"nativeResponseSent\":1
          }
       ],
       \"freemem\":6534152192
    },
    \"time\":\"2018-05-28T09:13:13.267Z\",
    \"v\":0
 }"|spath output=id path=data.myList{}.id
| spath output=nativeRequestReceived path=data.myList{}.nativeRequestReceived
| spath output=nativeResponseSent path=data.myList{}.nativeResponseSent| stats sum(nativeRequestReceived) sum(nativeResponseSent) by id
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