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connector filter out blank lines from log file

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Hi,

I am trying to filter out blank lines from a log file that is generated by an application.  The log file has multiple events and each line of events is separated by a blank line.  When I add the filtered to filter out the line (Ex:  "Name = NULL"), the blank line still appears in the active channel.  However, if I set a filter on the active channel to Name != NULL, it will remove the lines though.  Is there another way to do this?  Thanks.

-P

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Just to make sure - you are just talking in the context of ESM and an active channel correct? If so on string type fields go to where you are setting the operator (=, !=, etc) and look for "Is". Once you set that click in the text box area and you should see the option for Null or Not Null.

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Just to make sure - you are just talking in the context of ESM and an active channel correct? If so on string type fields go to where you are setting the operator (=, !=, etc) and look for "Is". Once you set that click in the text box area and you should see the option for Null or Not Null.

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Mark,

Thanks.  That is what I was looking for.

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