The subset table filters provide basic information about the subsetting table filter in the project. It provides the ability to define what data will be used or not when creating a subset. The user creates rules that exclude/include all or part of data. Rules defined here will apply to all subset definitions.
|Subset table filters Overview List|
|Define and Edit Custom Filter Criteria|
|Include All Data|
|Exclude All Data|
This page represents the Subset table filter overview list. The prerequisite to seeing the Subset table filter list is the imported Environment. To import the environment see Creating environment.
If Environment is not imported the overview list will be empty.
Figure 1: Environment is not imported
All tables currently contained in the project can be viewed on the Subsetting table filter list. It contains a table detailing every subset table in the scope of the project. Only basic information is displayed so you can easily recognize the subset table filter:
Figure 2: Subset table filters overview list
When the list of Subset table filters is displayed the user can select one or more tables, by using checkboxes, to do the next actions:
On the right upper corner, there is the Advanced options button, where you can filter the view of the Subset table filters list.
Figure 3: Advanced options
Filters you can choose:
To clear all inserted filters in Advanced options choose the Clear button.
To apply inserted filter data in Advanced options choose the Commit button. A filtered data view will be displayed in the table.
To cancel changes in Advanced options choose the Cancel button.
Define Custom Filter Criteria
On the Subset table filter, the overview list user can select one table and then choose to Define custom filter criteria.
In the Custom filter pop-up window user can:
Custom filter tab
Figure 4: Custom Filter
Replacement strategy tab
choose Default replacement strategy
If chosen replacement strategy is *'Value from list' replacement value is mandatory and values must be added by pressing the 'Add replacement values' button.
Figure 5: Replacement strategy
Entered details from Custom Filter will be displayed on the Subset table filter list.
Edit Custom Filter Criteria
If a Custom Filter Criteria is already defined for some table, the user can always edit it by selecting the Edit Custom Filter Criteria.
The same pop-up window as it is for Define Custom Filter Criteria will be open.
Users can select on the Subset table filter overview list one table or more tables, by using checkboxes, to Include All Data.
After choosing to include all data for some tables on the Subset table filter overview list in the field FILTER 'Include all data' will be shown.
Users can select on the Subset table filter overview list one or more tables, by using checkboxes, to Exclude All Data from the subset.
After choosing to exclude all data from some tables on the Subset table filter overview list in the field FILTER 'Exclude all data' will be shown.
If the filter is not needed the user can select on the Subset table filter overview list one or more tables with created filters, by using checkboxes, to Remove Filters.
Filters will be removed immediately.