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How do I develop a search query for my dropdown to sync with my table?

Ragate
Explorer

I am trying to build a dashboard with a table that can be navigated with the dropdown menu.

This is the query for my table:

`source="LMCustomerRevLicense.csv" | dedup "Account Name" | table "Account Name" "Total Active Subscription Revenue _converted"`

What would the search token, search query need to be for the dropdown to search off the Account Names?

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hos_2
Path Finder

Hey Ragate,

Depending on what you set the token value to when creating the drop down you need to add the token into your search like so:

 `source="LMCustomerRevLicense.csv"  $field_tok$ | dedup "Account Name" | table "Account Name" "Total Active Subscription Revenue _converted"`

Reference: http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/7.1.1/Viz/tokens

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hos_2
Path Finder

Hey Ragate,

Depending on what you set the token value to when creating the drop down you need to add the token into your search like so:

 `source="LMCustomerRevLicense.csv"  $field_tok$ | dedup "Account Name" | table "Account Name" "Total Active Subscription Revenue _converted"`

Reference: http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/7.1.1/Viz/tokens

Ragate
Explorer

Thank You!

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Moreilly97
Path Finder

Dont forget to mark this as the answer

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