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Indexing and Scrubbing

LFMT uses user-defined regular expressions for both log file indexing and log file scrubbing. This section describes how to manage these regular expressions.

Adding a Regular Expression for Indexing and Scrubbing

  1. In Genesys Administrator Extension, from the LFMT menu, select Indexing and Scrubbing.
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    Important
    If a regular expression exists for multiple sites with the same Name, Type, and Expression, it will appear as one entry in the Indexing and Scrubbing table.
  3. Select the Add ISAdd8.5.png button to create a new regular expression. The Add Regular Expression panel will appear.
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  5. In the Add Regular Expression panel provide the Name and Regular Expression in the provided text fields.
  6. Choose whether the new regular expression will by used for indexing or scrubbing using the Type radio buttons.
  7. Choose the site for which the new regular expression will apply from the Site drop-down box.
  8. Check the application types and/or applications to which the new regular expression will apply from the provided list.
  9. Select the Save button to save the new regular expression.

Editing a Regular Expression

  1. In Genesys Administrator Extension, from the LFMT menu, select Indexing and Scrubbing.
  2. Double-click on the regular expression Name in the Indexing and Scrubbing table. The Edit Regular Expression panel will appear.
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  4. In the Edit Regular Expression panel change the Regular Expression, Type, and Site as desired.
  5. Change the application types and/or applications to which the regular expression will apply from the provided list.
  6. Select the Save button to save changes to the regular expression.

Deleting a Regular Expression

  1. In Genesys Administrator Extension, from the LFMT menu, select Indexing and Scrubbing.
  2. Select the checkbox beside the regular expression in the Indexing and Scrubbing table.
  3. Select the Delete ISDel8.5.png button to delete the selected regular expression(s).

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