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srinivas_gowda
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Hello all,

 

I am trying to extract an field from the below event and using the below add extraction, however this extraction is failing to extract the complete event and is breaking in the middle. Can you please help resolve.

 

212685,00004107,00000000,2404,"20220106111738","20220106111739",4,-1,-1,"SYSTEM","","psd240",327312673,"MS932","Server ジョブ(Server:/情報提供基盤/EXA-X6系/汎用集計・フロア取込系/ユニット別フロアマスタテンポラリネット/ユニット別フロアマスタテンポラリ作成:@52X6013)が異常終了しました(status: a, code: 100, host: PSC642, JOBID: 281767)","Error","jp1admin","/HITACHI/JP1/AJS2","JOB","AJSROOT1:/情報提供基盤/EXA-X6系/汎用集計・フロア取込系/ユニット別フロアマスタテンポラリネット/ユニット別フロアマスタテンポラリ作成","JOBNET","Server:/情報提供基盤/EXA-X6系/汎用集計・フロア取込系/ユニット別フロアマスタテンポラリネット","Server:/情報提供基盤/EXA-X6系/汎用集計・フロア取込系/ユニット別フロアマスタテンポラリネット/ユニット別フロアマスタテンポラリ作成","END","20220106111731","20220106111738","100",25,"A0","AJSROOT1:/情報提供基盤/EXA-X6系/汎用集計・フロア取込系","A1","ユニット別フロアマスタテンポラリネット","A2","ユニット別フロアマスタテンポラリ作成","A3","@52X6013","ACTION_VERSION","0600","B0","n","B1","1","B2","jp1admin","B3","psd240","B4","a","C0","PSC642","C1","","C2","281767","C3","PSC642","C4","0","C5","0","C6","r","E0","1641435451","E1","1641435458","E2","0","E3","0","H2","578828","H3","pj","H4","q","PLATFORM","NT",

 

 

Extraction used:

(?:[^,]+,){14}(?<alert_description>[^,]+),

 

Please help extract the highlighted fields.

 Thank you

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ITWhisperer
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

If you mean breaking in the middle, it is stopping when it reaches the comma, that's because that's what the match string does. Try this instead

(?:[^,]+,){14}(?<alert_description>\"[^\"]+\"),

You may or may not want to include the double quotes in the extracted field - if not, simply move them to outside the brackets

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ashvinpandey
Contributor

@srinivas_gowda Try using the below rex:

(?:[^,]+,){14}(?<alert_description>.*)\,\"Error

In case you want to use in splunk query:

| rex field = _raw "(?:[^,]+,){14}(?<alert_description>.*)\,\"Error"

Also if this reply helped you in solving your problem, an up-vote would be appreciated.

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ITWhisperer
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

If you mean breaking in the middle, it is stopping when it reaches the comma, that's because that's what the match string does. Try this instead

(?:[^,]+,){14}(?<alert_description>\"[^\"]+\"),

You may or may not want to include the double quotes in the extracted field - if not, simply move them to outside the brackets

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