Hi, I have BIG URGENT CASE here, and I'll appreciate your great help.
Here it is, I need this type of (SQL) query to be "translated" in Splunk since the sources are .csv files (extract of sql tables originally).
t1.col1, t1.col2, t2.cl1, t2.cl2
( select col1,col2,col3,col4 from tab1 ) as t1
( select cl1,cl2,cl3,cl4 from tab2 ) as t2
on t1.col3 like concat('%',t2.cl3.'%')
and t1.col4 like concat('%',t2.cl4.'%')
The thing is that I absolutely have nothing like "on col3=cl3" so that I have to dig to find if the value of col3 IS IN the string chain of the cl3.
I hope someone will be able to get the point and help me.
(oh, by the way, I tried, "append" and "join" but probably the wrong way (since the result went totally wrong)
Thank you for your great help.
You can TAB1 & TAB2 information seperately. Once loaded, then you can try correlating the information together. I have stroed the information in following format:
lastname, name, service_tag, birthday Rosenberg, Joseph, REF4A, 25/05/1982 Attali, Dan, REF4A, 18/07/1981 Salcherd, David, REF4B, 12/01/1959 Sherman, Gad, REF4C, 07/07/1974
raining, price, services_concerned communication, 1024€, REF4A security, 1344€, REF4A:REF4B managment, 2745€, REF4C
Please note: multiple services_concerned are represent as : (colon) seperated values.
Then, using following query, I was able to establish the relation.
|inputlookup Data.csv | join max=0 service_tag [|inputlookup Data1.csv | eval services_concerned=split(services_concerned,":") | mvexpand services_concerned | rename services_concerned as service_tag]
Following is the output generated:
birthday lastname name price raining service_tag 25/05/1982 Rosenberg Joseph 1024€ communication REF4A 25/05/1982 Rosenberg Joseph 1344€ security REF4A 18/07/1981 Attali Dan 1024€ communication REF4A 18/07/1981 Attali Dan 1344€ security REF4A 12/01/1959 Salcherd David 1344€ security REF4B 07/07/1974 Sherman Gad 2745€ managment REF4C
Thank you already for you great he.
But the thing is that I have to join on multiple set of columns (like content of file1.col1 to be found in file2.col1 AND content of file1.col2 to be found also in file2.col2).
But on your example you only link 1 set of column.
Do you know how I can join on multiple sets?
Thank you already for taking the time to answer.
Actually, I definitely get what you propose, but this assume that col2 and col3 and col4 are actually present in both files (which is not the case).
What I have is (for a set of columns) :
[first set of columns to compare]
FILE 1 : col2 - "REF4B" and in FILE 2 : colX - "we have all sort of comment where the REF4B is included eventually"
[second set of columns to compare]
FILE 1 : col3 - "ssh" and in FILE 2 : colY - "those services (sshd, ftpd) are running into this server"
And I need to cross the two sets.
I gave a simple example so that it would be more easier to get but actually it is about multiple sets.
Hope I didn't tired you already! Thanks!
Hi, I'll try the following example to explain what is wanted
TAB 1 : Collaborateurs
lastname, name, service tag, birthday
Rosenberg, Joseph, REF4A, 25/05/1982
Attali, Dan, REF4A, 18/07/1981
Salcherd, David, REF4B, 12/01/1959
Sherman, Gad, REF4C, 07/07/1974
TAB 2: Training's Catalogue
training, price, services, concerned
communication, 1024€, Only REF4A
security, 1344€, REF4A and REF4B are concerned
managment, 2745€, REF4C
Result expected: Skills and costs per collaborator
lastname, name, training, price
Rosenberg, Joseph, communication, 1024€
Rosenberg, Joseph, security, 1344€
Attali, Dan, communication, 1024€
Attali, Dan, security, 1344€
Salcherd, David, security, 1344€
Sherman, Gad, managment, 2745€
I need that for each line of TAB 1, TAB 2 to be parsed line per line until we get the keyword from "service tag" (of tab1) into the chain in column "services concerned" (of tab2).