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# 1  
Old 10-24-2013
Need command to parse data

Hi Friends,

I have data like below

Code:
t064266 [24/Oct/2013:10:44:52 /SASEnterpriseGRC/Director?busobjtype=actionPlan&saspfs_sessionrequest=e9a1da9b-0e42-1531-1267-13130a3ca73a&object_rk=36446&saspfs_sessionid=a6c6dcf4a471b359%3A5be677f2%3A141e98d8b8a%3A-33cf&subtype=SI&base_table=ACTION_PLAN&_directive=STPRun&includeDims=true&rk_column=action_plan_rk&_program=%2FUBS%2FStored%20Processes%2FChange%20History%20Report

I want output into this format
Code:
t064266 [24/Oct/2013:10:44:52 2FUBS%2FStored%20Processes%2FChange%20History%20Report

Data are space delimited and i want parse third column data.

Thanks

Last edited by jim mcnamara; 10-24-2013 at 09:51 AM.. Reason: code tags
# 2  
Old 10-24-2013
Code:
awk -F '[ =]' '{print $1,$2,$NF}' myFile

# 3  
Old 10-24-2013
I tried the command but that not giving desired output.

Also i tried this
Code:
sed 's/.*METASERVER\([^)]*\).*/\1/' | sed 's/F/ /g'

But its ignoring first two columns and printing third one only.
Code:
2 UBS%2 Stored%20Processes%2 Change%20History%20Report


Last edited by Franklin52; 10-24-2013 at 11:13 AM.. Reason: Please use code tags for data and code samples
# 4  
Old 10-24-2013
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jagaat
I tried the command but that not giving desired output.
this is not really helpful...
What ARE you getting?
# 5  
Old 10-24-2013
Your command returing whole line.

Its not changing anything.
# 6  
Old 10-24-2013
Code:
$ awk -F '[ =]' '{print $1,$2,$NF}' jag.txt
t064266 [24/Oct/2013:10:44:52 %2FUBS%2FStored%20Processes%2FChange%20History%20Report

where jag.txt contains
Code:
t064266 [24/Oct/2013:10:44:52 /SASEnterpriseGRC/Director?busobjtype=actionPlan&saspfs_sessionrequest=e9a1da9b-0e42-1531-1267-13130a3ca73a&object_rk=36446&saspfs_sessionid=a6c6dcf4a471b359%3A5be677f2%3A141e98d8b8a%3A-33cf&subtype=SI&base_table=ACTION_PLAN&_directive=STPRun&includeDims=true&rk_column=action_plan_rk&_program=%2FUBS%2FStored%20Processes%2FChange%20History%20Report

Validate what you've posted HERE is what you're working with.
# 7  
Old 10-24-2013
I ran the same command see the output

Code:
 
# cat jag.txt
t064266 [24/Oct/2013:10:44:52 /SASEnterpriseGRC/Director?busobjtype=actionPlan&saspfs_sessionrequest=e9a1da9b-0e42-1531-1267-13130a3ca73a&object_rk=36446&saspfs_sessionid=a6c6dcf4a471b359%3A5be677f2%3A141e98d8b8a%3A-33cf&subtype=SI&base_table=ACTION_PLAN&_directive=STPRun&includeDims=true&rk_column=action_plan_rk&_program=%2FUBS%2FStored%20Processes%2FChange%20History%20Report

Output

Code:
awk -F'[ =]' '{print $1,$2,$NF}' jag.txt

Output
Code:
 

t064266  24/Oct/2013:10:44:52 /SASEnterpriseGRC/Director?busobjtype=actionPlan&saspfs_sessionrequest=e9a1da9b-0e42-1531-1267-13130a3ca73a&object_rk=36446&saspfs_sessionid=a6c6dcf4a471b359%3A5be677f2%3A141e98d8b8a%3A-33cf&subtype=SI&base_table=ACTION_PLAN&_directive=STPRun&includeDims=true&rk_column=action_plan_rk&_program=%2FUBS%2FStored%20Processes%2FChange%20History%20Report 24/Oct/2013:10:44:52 /SASEnterpriseGRC/Director?busobjtype=actionPlan&saspfs_sessionrequest=e9a1da9b-0e42-1531-1267-13130a3ca73a&object_rk=36446&saspfs_sessionid=a6c6dcf4a471b359%3A5be677f2%3A141e98d8b8a%3A-33cf&subtype=SI&base_table=ACTION_PLAN&_directive=STPRun&includeDims=true&rk_column=action_plan_rk&_program=%2FUBS%2FStored%20Processes%2FChange%20History%20Report

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