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Use arrays for organization

As part of New Relic's support for OpenTelemetry Protocol (OTLP) attributes can contain arrays. Arrays are a data structure that contains an ordered collection of values.

Currently only simple arrays are supported. You can query them with NRQL. To quickly verify that any data is in an array, you can use the JSON chart type to see if the data displays as an array.

Simple arrays

Simple arrays are used to store a list of values of the same primitive type; for example, numeric, boolean, or string. An array looks like [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] or ["US", "CA", "UK"].

Supported features

  • Array attributes are supported in the FACET clause.
  • The functions getfield(), length(), and contains() can be run on arrays.
  • The uniques(), uniqueCount(), and latest() aggregator functions are also supported.
  • Arrays can contain up to 64 elements.

Unsupported features

  • Comparison operators such as =, !=, and IN are not supported with arrays.
  • Arrays cannot be aggregated with other aggregator functions such as sum(), min(), max(), etc.
  • Arrays cannot contain other arrays. For example, ["UK", "US", ["CA", "OR", "ATL"]] are not allowed.
  • Arrays cannot contain NULL.

Array functions

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