5.4.3 RANGE

A very common use case is to select log records whose data values are between two specified values (e.g. timestamps must be between 2013-10-25 and 2013-10-27). Since such a filter expression is very often used there is an own filter expression called RANGE for this. By default a range also includes the starting and ending values. In order to use a range the values must be comparable (e.g. numbers, timestamps). A range can be created very easily by using drag & drop. First you create a RANGE node in the Functions tree. The second step is to select a value in the Log window and to drag it to the RANGE node. You have to do this again for the second value. In figure RANGE node in the Functions tree you can see a RANGE that uses timestamps.

RANGE node in the Functions tree
RANGE node in the Functions tree