Data set fields

While migrating a stream to DataStream 2, some DataStream 1 data set fields may be unavailable for the new stream, or are automatically mapped to their equivalents. You can compare them and check the full list below, and see Data set parameters for details on each DataStream 2 field.

Cache data

While you migrate the stream to Datastream 2, the Cache hit (ID: 98) data set field in DataStream 1 is mapped to the Cache status (ID: 2010) field.

Geo data

DataStream 1 field ID

DataStream 1 field name

DataStream 2 field ID

DataStream 2 field name

65

country

2012

Country/Region

66

region

2013

State (the URI-encoded full name of the state where the request originated)

67
68
69
70
71

city
area
zip
latitude
longitude

2014

City

Message exchange data

DataStream 1 field ID

DataStream 1 field name

DataStream 2 field ID

DataStream 2 field name

1

Protocol Type

1009

Protocol type

2

Protocol Version

2002

SSL version

3

HTTP Status Code

1008

HTTP status code

4

Client IP

1006

Client IP

5

Request Port

1014

Request port

6

Request Host

1011

Request host

7

Request Method

1012

Request method

8

Request Path

1013

Request path

9

Response Content Type

1016

Response Content-Type

10

Response Content Length

1015

Response Content-Length

11

Bytes

1005

Bytes

12

User-Agent

1017

User-Agent

38

Query string

2009

Query string

97

HTTP version

1009

Protocol type

Network performance data

DataStream 1 field ID

DataStream 1 field name

DataStream 2 field ID

DataStream 2 field name

59

Download Time

1033
1102
1103

Request end time
Turn around time
Transfer time (the download time is the combined value of the fields above, isn't automatically mapped, and you need to select them.)

60

Last Byte

2021

Last byte (available only for Download Delivery products)

62

Edge IP

1066

Edge IP

63

Error Code R14

1068

Error code

94

Net Origin Latency

2020

Use the Breadcrumbs (available only for Adaptive Media Delivery, Download Delivery, and Object Delivery products) field to log net origin latency data.

Example:

//BC/%5Ba=182.156.239.21,c=g,k=355,l=2567,
j=%5B%5Ba=23.54.81.107,c=c,k=4,l=2551,m=0%5D%5D%5D,
%5Ba=23.54.81.103,c=c,k=13,l=2534%5D,%5Ba=23.54.81.125,
c=p,k=3,l=2528%5D,%5Ba=76.14.81.96,c=o,k=1762,l=255,
m=510%5D", C=o [Origin] k=1762+l=255+m=510 = 2527 DS1:netOriginLatency:"2527"

Response header data

The Age (ID: 38) data set field in DataStream 1 is mapped to the Max age (ID: 2005) field in DataStream 2. Both fields return different data, see Data set parameters for details.

Request header data

DataStream 1 field ID

DataStream 1 field name

DataStream 2 field ID

DataStream 2 field name

14

Request Time

1100

Request time

16

Accept-Language

1019

Accept-Language

21

Cookie

1023

Cookie

29

Range

1031

Range

30

Referer

1032

Referer

34

X-Forwarded-For

1037

X-Forwarded-For

WAF data

DataStream 1 field ID

DataStream 1 field name

DataStream 2 field ID

DataStream 2 field name

103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121

WAF version
Policy ID
Risk groups
Risk tuples
Risk scores
p action
p rate
Warn rules
Warn slrs
Warn data
Warn tags
Deny rules
Deny data
Warn msg
Deny msg
Deny slrs
Warn actions
Deny actions
Anom scr

2050

Security rules (contains policy ID, warn and deny rules). See Data set parameters for details.


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