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Cisco Bug: CSCvu05055 - Need an option in Custom Filter to create top 30 websites with highest traffic for each user.

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May 05, 2020

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  • Cisco Web Security Appliance

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The customer needs an option to sort the output of the report using a 1-st column (user_id), then the output for the same user sort descending on the 4-th column (sum of bytes_in). Then limit the list for each user showing only the first 30 rows.

The current latest version 7.5 does not support sorting by multiple columns with priority.

For example, if user USER_1 has 20 rows in the output (after sorting by user_id). The customer needs only the top 5 of the website, which have the highest "Sum of bytes_in". So, the next step should be the second sorting of this output by descending "Sum of bytes_in". - Keeping the first sorting by user_id as a priority, And then for the same user_id do the sort by "Sum of bytes_in". When this will be done, then limit the output for each user having only the 5 top highest traffic.
The problem is when you click the sort of "Sum of bytes_in", the output will not differentiate user_id and will sort the top traffic for all users.
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