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aijacob87 Absent Member.
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Global Variables in Join Conditions

Greetings All,

I have created a global variable which captures a substring in the message field.

Can I use this global variable as a matching event attribute in join conditions? I did not see an option to add variables in rule CCE as we see in active channel CCE

Please help!

Thanks

Abraham I J

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mschleich Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Global Variables in Join Conditions

Hi Abraham I Jacob,

I ma not sure if I clearly understood your problem but you may use Global Variable in Join Rules Conditions.

In the rule condition, at your right you have Global Variable button where you have to choose which Global Variable

you will use in your rule.

I hope this info will help you.

If it is not what you would like to do, could you please explain a bit more.

Thanks

Best Regards

Michael

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aijacob87 Absent Member.
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Re: Global Variables in Join Conditions

Thanks Michael!

However I'm facing a new issue now. I'm trying to negate an event alias in join condition. I right click the event alias and select 'Negated', but after that I don't get any prompt to provide the timeout value for the negated event alias.

Have you ever encountered this? Am I missing anything anything prior to perform a negate on event aliases?

Thanks

Abraham I J

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p.romagnoli Absent Member.
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Re: Global Variables in Join Conditions

Did you try to use "Set Negated Alias Timeout..." settings?

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