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nisha_kapoor
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index=test TransactionId="xxx-xxx-xxx"|  replace "000" with "" in Status| fields Status

I want to replace the first occurrence of "000" in status to blank.This is the command I wrote after referring to Splunk Documentation. However, the results don't show me the modified value of Status. Is there something missing in the command?

My end result should be the value of Status with "000" replaced.

Thanks for your help

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sbbadri
Motivator

try this

index=test | eval TransactionId="xxx-xxx-xxx" | replace *000* with ** in Status

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sbbadri
Motivator

try this

index=test | eval TransactionId="xxx-xxx-xxx" | replace *000* with ** in Status

somesoni2
Revered Legend

Try like this

 index=test TransactionId="xxx-xxx-xxx"| eval Status=replace(Status,"^000(.+)","\1") | fields Status
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cmerriman
Super Champion

try a regex command:

|rex field=Status mode=sed "s/000//g"
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