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Artem Frequent Contributor.
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How to add a value from Active List to Active Chanel

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Hello,

I use function "Get Value From Active List" name - L. And next add ACTION- on every event- Set Event Field Action- attackerHostName=$LDeviceHostName. I add this variable in aggregation, but all the same value is not added. So many time i broke my brain but can't do this. 

My target: resolve same IP address with ActiveList help.

Thx.

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mat053241 Super Contributor.
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Re: How to add a value from Active List to Active Chanel

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To reference an Active list value in an active channel you will need to first create a fieldset for the active channel.

  1. Create a new fieldset and add a new 'local variable' that performs an active list lookup against the field you're trying to compare
  2. While still in your field set editor, select the "Fields" tab, followed by the "Local variables" tab at the bottom of the page.  
  3. Find your newly  created local variable and select the fields you wish to have appear in your active channel.
  4. Create a new active channel using the filter your planning on using in your rule
  5. Change the fieldset to the one you created in step 1.
  6. Open the new active channel.  Any entries that match will show up in the custom column from your fieldset.

Note: This can become resource intensitve so be careful.

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mat053241 Super Contributor.
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Re: How to add a value from Active List to Active Chanel

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To reference an Active list value in an active channel you will need to first create a fieldset for the active channel.

  1. Create a new fieldset and add a new 'local variable' that performs an active list lookup against the field you're trying to compare
  2. While still in your field set editor, select the "Fields" tab, followed by the "Local variables" tab at the bottom of the page.  
  3. Find your newly  created local variable and select the fields you wish to have appear in your active channel.
  4. Create a new active channel using the filter your planning on using in your rule
  5. Change the fieldset to the one you created in step 1.
  6. Open the new active channel.  Any entries that match will show up in the custom column from your fieldset.

Note: This can become resource intensitve so be careful.

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