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Two transactions results in one query

dwong2
New Member

....search
| eval View=case(like(publishId,"%U"),"unsubscribed",like(publishId,"%S"),"subscribed")
| transaction startswith="Enter" endswith="Exit" by deviceID View maxpause=300s
| table View accountExId deviceID action dateTime eventcount duration
| stats count(deviceID) as count by View

How can I get the transactions that are greater than 300s in duration as well?

Is there a way to show the transactions that are greater than 300s as well in one search?

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jkat54
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

....search
| eval View=case(like(publishId,"%U"),"unsubscribed",like(publishId,"%S"),"subscribed")
| transaction startswith="Enter" endswith="Exit" by deviceID View
| table View accountExId deviceID action dateTime eventcount duration
| stats count(deviceID) as count by View

The same search but remove maxpause=300

If you want to append see the other answer regarding append.

You could also do the above and use the duration field that is created by the transaction command. You can use eval and a case statement involving the duration field to creat low, medium, and high values for a field called severity... for example

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adonio
Ultra Champion

can you kindly share a some sample data?
you might be able to get all transactions and duration just by removing the maxpause=300s attribute

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