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Correlate events from database once a day.

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Hello,

I have this problem that I cant figure out:

Once a day a MSSQL database is queried for events. These events describe logins to a particular IS. I want to create a rule that checks if somebody logged in more than once with the same user in a 2 second time window.

The problem is that when events are stored in ArcSight all events trigger the rule, because they are inserted at the same time. I need something that does:

event1.USERID=event2.USERID AND event1.deviceReceiptTime is <= event2.deviceReceiptTime + 2seconds

I'm now trying to use match time functionality in my test lab.

Tips would be greatly appreciated.

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tkachouba Trusted Contributor.
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Re: Correlate events from database once a day.

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Instead of receipt time have you tried using end time for your rule?

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tkachouba Trusted Contributor.
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Re: Correlate events from database once a day.

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Instead of receipt time have you tried using end time for your rule?

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