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  1. Accessing Event Data and Fields in the Configur...

    "field in string" } } if "hello" in [greeting] { mutate...field" } } if [foo] in ["hello", "world", "foo"] { mutate..."shouldnotexist" } } if !("foo" in ["hello", "world"]) { mutate {..."[@metadata][test]" => "Hello" } } mutate { add_field...[@metadata][test] == "Hello" { stdout { codec => rubydebug
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  2. Stashing Your First Event | Logstash Re...

    enter hello world at the command prompt: hello world...2013-11-21T01:22:14.405+0000 0.0.0.0 hello world Logstash adds timestamp
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  3. Elasticsearch Plugins and Integrations [5.3] ...

    Mapper Attachments Plugin Hello, world Usage Querying or
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  4. Structure of a Config File | Logstash R...

    string. Example: name => "Hello world" name => 'It\'s a
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