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SN17: Best Practices in Using and Understanding Trends

SN17
Best Practices in Using and Understanding Trends
Speaker: David Wiser, Software Architect-ArcSight
This session will be an in-depth look at trend reporting. Details will be provided on how trends manage data, how to debug trends, advanced editor attributes, and the use of trends on trends. This session will also provide tips for utilizing trends to improve overall reporting performance.
Level: Intermediate

 

 

 

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Are there plans to make the video available in the future?
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Hi Jason - We do aim to have the video included wheneer possible. Unfortunately, it's not available here; just the .pdf. Hope it's helpful.
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Thank you, I've started going through the PDF and it is helpful.
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Great! Thanks for your question.
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A tip for anyone else reading through the presentation. On page 58 regarding Trend Actions there's a note that says "Watch out for integer vs. long vs. double". What he's talking about there is the field types you create in the Active List have to match the field types in the Trend/Query. e.g. I was trying to use a "Count(Attacker Address)" field but it wasn't working because it is a Long type and I was using integer/string.
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I've followed this document and I have found great but I have a question for you.

After I created 3Queries ->3 Trends->3 (Trends-Queries) I tried to write all data in a list on columns without success. Do you know how to do this?

At this moment all data are writing on lines.

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Now even the PDF is no longer available... Yes, I know it's 9 years old but most (if not all) of this presentation was still up to date (ArcSight didn't evolved that much...) and we were still using it.

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