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How to group by and concat column values?

spl_1991
Engager

Given the below scenario:

base search| table service_name,status,count

Service_name

Status

Count

serviceA

500_INTERNAL _ERROR

10

serviceA

404_NOT_FOUND

4

serviceB

404_NOT_FOUND

1

serviceC

500_INTERNAL_ERROR

2

ServiceC

404_NOT_FOUND

5

serviceD

206_PARTIAL_ERROR

1

 

How can I display the results with group by service_name and the result as below table:

Service_name

Status

Count

serviceA

500_INTERNAL _ERROR, 404_NOT_FOUND

14

serviceB

404_NOT_FOUND

1

serviceC

500_INTERNAL_ERROR, 404_NOT_FOUND

7

serviceD

206_PARTIAL_ERROR

1

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gcusello
Esteemed Legend

Hi @spl_1991,

please try this:

base search
| stats values(status) AS status sum(count) AS count BY service_name

Ciao.

Giuseppe

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gcusello
Esteemed Legend

Hi @spl_1991,

please try this:

base search
| stats values(status) AS status sum(count) AS count BY service_name

Ciao.

Giuseppe

spl_1991
Engager

Hi @gcusello ,

Thanks a lot and it worked....grazie!!

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