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Using Search Commands in Data Objects

Explorer

Is there a way to use search commands like FillNull and/or Eval to clean up the data in a Data Object?

I have these commands working when i run searches but can not figure out how to applie them to my data object

1) I'm trying to add a column for openrates to a pivot - sourcetype="NMG _ Logfile" | stats count AS totalsent, count(eval(viewed>0)) AS "totalopens" | eval openrate = round(totalopens/totalsent,

2) I'm trying to fillin empty values in my data object | fillnull value=NULL

Thanks, John

Explorer

thanks - that is a big help 🙂

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SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

|datamodel command: - after below syntax, you can use any regular search command like stats or fillnull.

    Syntax 
         |datamodel <DataModelName> <DataObjectName> search
Eg. 
    |datamodel Tutorial Successful_Purchase search | eval test="ABC"
   |datamodel Tutorial Successful_Purchase search | fillnull value=NULL categoryId

Explorer

when i use |datamodel, do i simply use it to create a root search object?

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Explorer

thank you - big help

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