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problem using lookup output field


Hi all.
I have an automatic file lookup configured to output some fields and works very well (using the sourcetype):

sourcetype=datavalue *

The field from the automatic lookup is GOAL1. This field only has a integer numeric value.

Next, i tried to run:

sourcetype=datavalue ORDER=pending | stats count AS s | eval FINAL = (s * 100)/GOAL1

But the result of FINAL is not shown. If i remove the division per GOAL1, is fine (s * 100). First, i reckoned that maybe GOAL1 has some problem, but with

sourcetype=datavalue | table GOAL1

i can see the integer as unique value.

Any idea?

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Path Finder

you would like to check if your GOAL1 is really an numeric, not a string.

| eval GOAL1 = tonumber(GOAL1)

or something and do the math again


how is your lookup done?
I tried with a lookup not automatic, but called in the search, and it's ok!

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