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How to split a table-formatted event into multiple events during search time?

davidcraven02
Communicator

Is it possible to have each piece of software as an event of its own so that I could search for a particular item?

Could some cool regex break this up into searchable data?

Desired output in screenshot below

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Yunagi
Communicator

To split a table-formatted event into multipe events during search time, you can use the multikv command.

Try it like this:

your search | multikv

You should get an event for each line. Each event should have the fields NAME, VERSION, RELEASE etc.

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Yunagi
Communicator

To split a table-formatted event into multipe events during search time, you can use the multikv command.

Try it like this:

your search | multikv

You should get an event for each line. Each event should have the fields NAME, VERSION, RELEASE etc.

davidcraven02
Communicator

Thank you so much

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