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SPL2 Search Reference

into command usage

The into command is a new command in SPL2. The into command is a terminating command; a command that does not return any results. Use the thru command if you want search results returned. See thru command overview.

You can use the into command to pipe data into different kinds of datasets. For example, you can pipe data into a lookup table dataset or splv1sink dataset, such as ingest.events which is globally accessible for use with Data Stream Processor (DSP).

See also

into command
into command overview
into command syntax details
into command examples
Last modified on 11 August, 2021
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