I was thinking the same. Do you know how to display any eval value? Means let's say I am doing eval total =val1+val2 . now how can I display the result of it? If I use table command, it is not displaying my previous stats values and also not displaying value.
The field 'total' will show up as a field in the field list on the left hand side of the search&reporting app. If you want to show it in a table, just add
| table total. It behaves like any other field.
stats is a reporting command and will only output the values it produces. Maybe you can describe what you are trying to do in a bit more detail so we can help you get to the proper solution...?
If you have something like
mysearch | eval a=b+c | stats count by xyz then you will only see the count value, unless you do
mysearch | eval a=b+c | stats count by xyz values(a) as a but whether that gives you the right result is hard to predict without knowing what specific problem you are trying to solve.
scenarioStep: post scenario
statusMessage: status.find.in(200,304,201,202,203,204,205,206,207,208,209), but actually found 503