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how do i use the variable name1 in the table command later?

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... |rename General.SetupViews as Modes|eval mode=split(Modes," ")|eval name1=mvindex(mode,0) | eval name2=mvindex(mode,1) | eval name3=mvindex(mode,2) | eval name4=mvindex(mode,3) | spath | table SetupDetail.name1.IN2OUT as IN2OUT

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Use a field in table by specifying the exact field name or a name pattern.

table name1 name2 name3 name4
Or

table name*

The table command does not have an as option. Use a separate rename.

rename SetupDetail.name1.IN2OUT as IN2OUT | table IN2OUT
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@pratyushd,

table SetupDetail.name1.IN2OUT as IN2OUT doesn't seem to be correct.

|rename General.SetupViews as Modes|eval mode=split(Modes," ")|eval name1=mvindex(mode,0) 
| eval name2=mvindex(mode,1) | eval name3=mvindex(mode,2) | eval name4=mvindex(mode,3) 
| spath | rename SetupDetail.name1.IN2OUT as IN2OUT|table name1,name2,name3,name4,IN2OUT
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Hi,
the command SetupDetail.name1.IN2OUT itself does not seem to work. It is not able to extract the value of name1 but puts name1 instead the value i.e mvindex(mode,1) in the option SetupDetail.name1.IN2OUT
Thanks for the help 🙂

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Do you have some sample events and search ?

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