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pankaj@crestdat Absent Member.
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Does Winc connector parse windows application logs without any parser?

Hi,

I am forwarding windows application logs from winc connector to ESM. I have preserved the rawEvent before forwarding and I can see it on ESM Command center.

However I am not able to see individual key value pairs getting parsed as event fields.

Do I need to write any parser to extract fields from rawEvent?

Thanks in Advance,

Pankaj

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shezaf1 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Does Winc connector parse windows application logs without any parser?

You need to create a parser however WiNC makes it easier to do so. Search the WinC configuration guide for the section "Create Custom Parsers for System and Application Events".

Event enrichment ideas for our proposed Event Broker.msg

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pankaj@crestdat Absent Member.
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Re: Does Winc connector parse windows application logs without any parser?

Thanks for the reply Ofer.

I already went through the winc Configuration guide and written a sample parser which assigns event name based on the event.externalId. It looks like conditional mapping works only on event.externalId field.

The problem is I am interested in 200+ event.eventIds and I want  to write a single regex pattern to extract the key value pairs for all the event.externalID.

Is there any way to get this done with parser?

I have posted another question yesterday regarding the same issue , however I was not able to get rawEvent at that time.Now I can see the rawEvent, but not the other fields in key/value pairs.

Can you please have a look at the question given in below link and provide your suggestions on that also?

Thanks,

Pankaj

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