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Question about storing events?

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I do not want to store  all the fields that you get from the connector that I need to adjust to make it? The main problem in a lot of events that I receive from the connector and a little space on the disk, I need to limit the fields that have events to reduce event space. With this I do not have the ability to configure logging levels at the endpoints.

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balahasan.v1 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Hi Igor,

I guess u skipped ur Classes .. Do check and config ur Filtering and Aggregation, ur issue will be go away

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balahasan.v1 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Hi Igor,

op 1:  U can apply the Filter in the Connector to reduce the events incoming. (Refer the Guide Attached)

op 2:  Configure ur Aggregation Settings in the Connector more Flexibly.

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I use aggregation. But I think that the aggregation of events only reduces the number of events to display, but not for storage in the database. Am I wrong?

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balahasan.v1 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Question about storing events?

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Hi Igor,

I guess u skipped ur Classes .. Do check and config ur Filtering and Aggregation, ur issue will be go away

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