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Hi Guy, I am trying to build a service health score card for our program. Within in our program, we are using multiple azure services and Azure Data Explorer is the one we are using heavily. I want to understand that Is there a way where I can query the availability state of the kusto cluster using ...
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@steffen_zeidler you are correct - the value of n should be 1 for i=4 match 1, this is a bug and will be fixed.
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Thank you for the answer. Now it is clear that several steps can be active at the same time.However, I could not resolve the second question.In the test sample above, following the rules in the Matching logic documentation:record i4 satisfies the condition of s3 using the state of the previous step ...
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@steffen_zeidler Scan can have multiple active sequences - s3 is still active when s1 starts a new match, then i4 matches both the active s1 and the active s3 (which then causes s3.n to increase to 3). See the last part of the scan operator (Matching Logic) for complete description of the logic impl...
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With the following test I would like to better understand the scan operator. range i from 0 to 4 step 1 | scan with_match_id=matchId declare (s: long, n: long=0) with ( step s1: i % 2 == 0 => s=1, n=s1.n + 1; step s2: true => s=2, n=s2.n + 1; step s3: true => s=3, n=s3.n + 1; )isnmatchId011012102310...
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