Pivoting total sales transactions

Now that we have built a couple of data models, we can begin using Splunk's Pivot tool to search and report the data without needing to write any searches.

In this recipe, you will start to get familiarized with the Pivot interface and use it to calculate total sales transaction data. You will focus on identifying successful checkout transactions. These are important from an intelligence standpoint, as they indicate that a sale has occurred and payment has been made successfully. This data will then be populated on the Product Monitoring dashboard. You will be using the transaction data model object that we defined in the Application data model.

Getting ready

To step through this recipe, you will need a running Splunk ...

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