Lookup API

You can use this endpoint to upload files that can be used by the lookup() and match() functions.

You can upload files in CSV or JSON format. Upload files as multipart form data. The file should be in a part named file.

Files can be uploaded to a repository or files can be uploaded as shared files that are available in all repositories. Shared files are visible in all repositories and can be used by all users. Only root users can upload, delete and edit shared files. shared files are referenced from functions like lookup() and match(), by filename preprended with /shared/. For example /shared/myfile.csv

The endpoints displayed on this page are deprecated starting with version 1.27 of Humio. Users are encouraged to use instead the corresponding queries and mutations provided by our GraphQL.

Example: Using curl to Upload a File to a Repository

Replace myfile.csv with the path to your file (where $YOUR_HUMIO_URL is the URL for your Humio Cloud Account.

shell
curl https://`$YOUR_HUMIO_URL`/api/v1/repositories/$REPOSITORY_NAME/files \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer $API_TOKEN" \
  -F "file=@myfile.csv"

Example: Using curl to Upload a Shared File Available in All Repositories

shell
curl https://`$YOUR_HUMIO_URL`/api/v1/uploadedfiles/shared \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer $API_TOKEN" \
  -F "file=@myfile.csv"

The file can be deleted using:

shell
curl -X DELETE https://`$YOUR_HUMIO_URL`/api/v1/uploadedfiles/shared/myfile.csv \
  -H "Authorization: Bearer $API_TOKEN"

Example Contents for a CSV File

Whitespace gets included in the keys and values. To include the separator "," in a value, quote using the " character.

ini
userid,name
1,chr
2,krab
"4","p,m"
7,mgr

Example: contents for a file in JSON format using an object as root of the file.

In this variant, the key field does not have a name.

javascript
{
 "1": { "name": "chr" },
 "2": { "name": "krab" },
 "4": { "name": "pmm" },
 "7": { "name": "mgr" }
}

Example: contents for a file in JSON format using an array as root of the file.

In this variant, you select which field is the key using the on parameter in lookup().

javascript
[
 { "userid": "1", "name": "chr" },
 { "userid": "2", "name": "krab" },
 { "userid": "4", "name": "pmm" },
 { "userid": "7", "name": "mgr" }
]