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Get value from a list of datadog tags using advanced integration fields

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Hi all!

My monitoring tool send a bunch of tags which is encapsulated in the field {{dd_tags}}.

For example it sends: 

"Datadog Tags": "Service:Appname, Team:Teamname" (tags found log)

When I use {{dd_tags}} in the advanced integration, it shows all the tags and values beautiful in the alert. But I want to have the value of a certain tag as a field (extra propertie), so I can use it for other things.

For example, add the property "Service" and put "Appname" as a value for that property.

But it can't find a way to do that. {{dd_tags}} works for a field, but when I try other things, like:

{{dd_tags.service}}
{{dd_tags.SERVICE}}
{{dd_tags.extract(/service: (\S+)/) }}
{{dd_tags.get(0)}}
{{dd_tags[0]}}
{{dd_tags.substring(5,20)}}

none of this works. What am I doing wrong?

dd_tags.png

 

https://docs.opsgenie.com/v1.0/docs/datadog-integration

So I want these tags as separate properties:

2021-06-11 12_01_33-Datadog Integration.png

 

 

 

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Nick H Atlassian Team Jun 16, 2021

Hi @Bart Scheltinga ,

With the tag you shared above, Team:MVP , I believe you can use string processing or regex to extract the MVP value into an extra property:

https://support.atlassian.com/opsgenie/docs/string-processing-methods-in-opsgenie-integrations/

https://support.atlassian.com/opsgenie/docs/regular-expressions-for-improved-alert-filtering/

You might want to try testing with a few like:

  • {{ dd_tags.substringBetween("Team:",",") }}
  • {{ _payload.dd_tags.substringBetween("Team:",",") }}
  • {{ dd_tags.extract(/Team:(\S+)/) }}
  • {{ _payload.dd_tags.extract(/Team:(\S+)/) }}

 

Hope this helps! Let us know if any other these work.

Nick H Atlassian Team Jun 16, 2021

For context as well - I did some testing on a Jira integration (since I do not have a DD instance) - but used some similar tags.

tagscomm1.jpg

The issue with using something like {{dd_tags.get(0)}} - will only pull the first tag in the list alphabetically. So there might be inconsistency using the .get since this could change.

For example with 1 and 2 above - those pull the first two labels that are listed in the payload alphabetically:

tagscomm2.jpgtagscomm3.jpg

 

So string processing and regex might be better options. For example with numbers 3, 4 and 5 in my first screenshot, those pulled these values:

tagscomm4.jpg

 

Some of the other examples you shared:

{{dd_tags.service}}
{{dd_tags.SERVICE}}

^ I don't believe these would work since the tags are parsed as lists, and these would be used more for arrays.


{{dd_tags.extract(/service: (\S+)/) }}

^ You might be misspelling service, have some case-sensitivity issue, or adding an extra space after service:

 

Again, hope this helps with troubleshooting! Let us know if you run into any other questions, issues, etc.

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Thanks so much for you extensive answer @Nick H 

I'm not sure why it was not working in the first place, I thought I tried all of the possible options. Maybe Atlassian was having a bad day. or it was the case sensitivity. But the good news is, it is working now! ;-)

{{ dd_tags.substringBetween("Service:",",") }} <- Did the trick!

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