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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting sed string with any order Post 302849135 by Satyak on Saturday 31st of August 2013 01:29:39 AM
Old 08-31-2013

Hi Dan,here are the details.

   CLIENT                httpd
   ATION_ENABLED         1
   HTTPUSERAGENT         Jakarta Commons-HttpClient/3.0
   USER_NM            	 satya
   AGENT       			Jakarta Commons-HttpClient/3.0
   COOKIE                Cookie-20130827-085956-satya-27,183,264
   HTTP_COOKIE           $Version=0; fx=544d63766232756d5454436c33716256697036414f413d3d; $Path=/
   USERGID               100
   USERCOOKIE            Cookie-20130827-085956-satya-27,183,264
   HTTP_CONTENT_TYPE     application/x-www-form-urlencoded
   HOMEDIR               /users/00000214011
   IMEOUT                900
   XFERTYPE              I
   USERTYPE              virtual
   TYPE                  httpcmd
   USERCLASS             VirtClass
   PROTOCOL              http
   LOGFILENAME          /var/logs/agent_error.log
   TRIGGER               post
   CLIENTPID             25555
   DXAGENT_LOGINPASS             **********
   DXAGENT_SECURE_DATA           1
   DXAGENT_SESSIONID             69192fb3c09f374d3d41f7c5471f7ef4
   LIBPATH                       /lib/
   DXAGENT_EXTRAARGS             http

Expected output:
IP :
Protocol: http
User Name: satya
Agent: Jakarta Commons-HttpClient/3.0


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