The Copy transformation simply copies the value in the input field to the given output field. If the input field could be a vector of strings, the output field must start with “x-.”
|Name||Descriptive name of the transformation. You can enter any name here.|
|Comments||Optional. Notes about the transformation.|
|Condition||The conditions under which this transformation is applied.|
|Default||Used if the condition test is true and the input value is not available in the given log entry.|
|Input||The name of the field from which to copy.|
|Output||The name of the output field.|
In this example, which uses fields of data collected from website traffic, the output field, x-purchase-success, is given the literal value of “1” each time cs-uri-stem matches /checkout/confirmed.php. If the Condition is not satisfied (that is, cs-uri-stem does not match /checkout/confirmed.php), x-purchase-success is not changed.