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Timechart Cell value replace numeric value by conditional string

rishiaggarwal
Explorer

Hi All, i am newbie to Splunk and need an assistance in writing a splunk dashboard where i wish to replace the average transaction duration value with a range string. For eg. if the Transaction duration is between 0-6 sec, rather then displaying an actual average duration (number) it should display a text "Green".

Condition : 0-6 Green , 7-20 Amber, >20 Red

Draft Query is given below.

index=XXX_XXX  sourcetype=XXX_YYY source=YXYX_YCYC 
Search String 
| transaction correlationId keepevicted=true 
| timechart span=5m avg(duration) as response_health by activityName
| convert ctime(_time) as _time timeformat="%H:%M %p"  
| fillnull 

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1 Solution

renjith_nair
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Try this

<your search>|untable _time activityName response_health|eval color=case(response_health==0 AND response_health<7,"Green",response_health> 6 AND response_health<21,"Amber" ,1=1,"Red")|xyseries _time activityName color

Instead of 1=1, you can provide response_heath>20 and give another default value in case the other three conditions are not matched.

Happy Splunking!

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renjith_nair
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Try this

<your search>|untable _time activityName response_health|eval color=case(response_health==0 AND response_health<7,"Green",response_health> 6 AND response_health<21,"Amber" ,1=1,"Red")|xyseries _time activityName color

Instead of 1=1, you can provide response_heath>20 and give another default value in case the other three conditions are not matched.

Happy Splunking!
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rishiaggarwal
Explorer

Thanks a heap. This solution worked for me.

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