ze_flo Absent Member.
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active channel issues when filtering on requstUrlFileName

Hi,

I am wondering about a certain event field, namely the field requestUrlFileName.

At the moment I am trying to filter proxy log events with a certain value in the request file name.

However when using the field in a filter any effort to load this filter in a active channel has lead to extreme slowdowns or faillure in loading the active channel.

When using the field requestUrl this is not an issue.

Does anyone have any experience with this issue?

Thanks/Regards,

Floris

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Absent Member.. Dean Farrington Absent Member..
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Re: active channel issues when filtering on requstUrlFileName

requestURL is a "real" field in the database, the other requestURL fields are derived fields that split up the data in requestURL in order to populate.  Since they are not "real" fields in the database they cannot be indexed. I suspect that this is contributing to the issue you are experiencing.

Dean

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ze_flo Absent Member.
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Re: active channel issues when filtering on requstUrlFileName

Thanks for the clarification.

I suppose that this in combination with a number of rather resource intensive queries have led to this situation.

However it has been resolved now.

Regards,

Floris

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Trusted Contributor.. zonki Trusted Contributor..
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Re: active channel issues when filtering on requstUrlFileName

I also just noticed this issue when I was filtering an Active Channel.  I resolved it by using the requestUrl field instead.

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