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Editing filter conditions

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Customize the filter conditions to display a specific information in the report. For example, you can filter the report, to display the list of user IDs that contains the division ID.

Filter conditions compare the values of properties based on relational operators that indicate the relation between the properties. For example, if the filter condition contains the is equal relational operator, the report displays properties that values are equal.
Ensure that the report contains at least one filter condition. For more information, see Adding filter conditions.
  1. Run the report that you want to update.

    For more information, see Running a report.

  2. In the upper-right corner, click Edit report.

  3. In the Filtered by section, click the filter condition that you want to edit.

  4. In the Edit filter dialog box, edit the filter condition:

    Choices Actions
    Select a property for the filter condition
    1. In the Filter condition name list, select a relational operator for the filter condition.

    2. In the Filter condition name box, press the Down arrow key, and then select a property to compare with your property.

    Select a function for the filter condition
    1. In the Filter condition name list, select a relational operator for the filter condition.

    2. Click the Calculation Builder.

    3. In the Calculation builder modal dialog box, in the Select a function field, press the Down arrow key, and then select a function.

    4. In the Function input field, press the Down arrow key, and then select a property to calculate.

      Some functions require more than one input property, so more Function input fields are available.

    5. Click Submit.

    Manually select values for the filter condition
    1. In the Filter condition name list, select a relational operator for the filter condition.

    2. Click Select values.

    3. If you want to display all available values, click the Available values tab.

    4. If you want to display valid values only, click the Valid values tab.

    5. Select one or more values, and then click Submit.

  5. Optional:

    To change the name of the filter condition that is visible in the Report Viewer and the Report Editor, in the Filter Caption field, enter a new name.

  6. Optional:

    To use a null comparison value if a comparison value is not specified, select the Use null if empty check box.

  7. Optional:

    To apply a case insensitive comparison, select the Ignore case check box.

  8. Click Apply changes.

  • Editing a report

    You can modify a report to change the way the report displays information, or filter the data for different audiences by using the Report Editor.

  • Filter conditions

    Filter conditions restrict which rows of data are included in a report. Typically, filter conditions display above the report results in the Report Viewer. However, report developers using Dev Studio can define filter conditions in the report definition rule form that are not displayed with the report results.

  • Report results

    After a report runs, the results display in the Report Viewer. The Report Viewer shows the title of the report, and the date and time when the results were generated. The Report Viewer also provides options for working with the results.

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