How to setup an alert which checks for a keyword

I am trying to add an alert on Kibana. The destination is created but I am not able to understand how to create a monitor to check for this key “setException MongoDB Generic Error” and when the count is greater than 1. trigger alert.

I am selecting this options:

How do you want to define the monitor?: define using a visual graph
index? *
Time field? @timestamp

but I am not getting any field where I can enter the keyword.

Basically I am looking to set a monitor which checks and trigger alert whenever new logs comes which contains setException MongoDB Generic Error in the message

**Kibana version:**6.4.2
filebeat: 6.3.2

Hi Vikas,
I think for your use case, you could use select “define using extraction query” to define the monitor, and it’s better for monitoring a text value. And then you could set a trigger if the specific text contains in the message.
About setting the trigger:

  1. You may need to enable the regular expressions in the ES cluster, by setting script.painless.regex.enabled: true in elasticsearch.yml. See here for detail: https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/painless/6.8/painless-examples.html#modules-scripting-painless-regex
  2. Your trigger condition might be like this: ctx.results[0].hits.hits[0]._source.error_message =~ /setException MongoDB Generic Error/ .

Tianli