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The value changes between in search result and dashboard

appleman
Contributor

Hello,

I created this search, and the result is 37. However, when I put it on dashboard, the result turns out to be 2916 as screenshot says. I want to make change the result to be 37 on dashboard. How do I do that?

source=A id=* [| stats count | addinfo | eval earliest=relative_time(info_min_time,"-7d@d")

| eval latest=relative_time(info_min_time, "-6d@d")
| return earliest latest ]
| stats dc(name) as name
| append [search source=A id=*
| stats dc(name) as name ]
| stats range(name)


以下のサーチを実行した際には結果として37が返ってくるのですが、ダッシュボードに載せた際、結果が2916として表示されるのはなぜでしょうか。併せて、37を表示させる方法も教えて頂けると幸いです。

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somesoni2
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Two questions:
1. What is the time range selected when you're executing search in search app? I see for search query after append there is not earliest or latest defined.
2. Are you using any Timerangepicker in your dashboard?

It may have happened that you are not using any timerange picker in dashboard so by default it's taking 'All times' thus returning more rows.

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somesoni2
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I have converted mine comment as answer so that you can close the question.

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appleman
Contributor

In search app, I used custom time range, but I didn't use time range picker in my dashboard. Now I see why different results came out. Thank you.

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somesoni2
Revered Legend

Two questions:
1. What is the time range selected when you're executing search in search app? I see for search query after append there is not earliest or latest defined.
2. Are you using any Timerangepicker in your dashboard?

It may have happened that you are not using any timerange picker in dashboard so by default it's taking 'All times' thus returning more rows.

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