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Long Message breaks into next event

Hi

Recently i saw your Regex Tool Video then i learnt more about Regex mapping. Thank you so much.

I have below. Please advise if you have solution.

I tried to create Regex configuration for below event.

"2014-02-12 10:35:11,258  ; UserId:26; Message:Alert BPM Alert (id: d800120df270de4543f2163ebc44c5e8) was updated with these details:

Trigger Condition:Send the alert if transactions fail  or transactions response time is greater than 10 seconds  or transactions response time relative to configured thresholds is as specified  when trigger conditions occur even once."

Note: In above event, message contains tab spaces.


For above event i declared three tokens and below is config file. When i run the standalone application,

But in my CEF output file, i am getting three logs. Means, Message information is splitted into few more logs as below.


First event shows till Message:Alert BPM Alert (id: d800120df270de4543f2163ebc44c5e8) was updated with these details:


Rest of the messages comes as events in sequence without Time and User Id.

1. Message:Alert BPM Alert (id: d800120df270de4543f2163ebc44c5e8) was updated with these details:

2. Trigger Condition:Send the alert if transactions fail

3. or transactions response time is greater than 10 seconds

4. or transactions response time relative to configured thresholds is as specified  when trigger conditions occur even once.

I have attached my input log file, output CEF file and properties file.

Hope you can fecilitate in this regard.

Thanks

Jaya

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