In the menu, click
Project:<Project Name> > Project Settings.
Filters tab to view the list of available filters.
New Filter dialog box appears.
Name for the new filter.
This name will be displayed in list boxes when the filter becomes available.
Category from the list to make the filter available in the
Execution Planning area of
Description for the new filter.
Optional: Check the
Visible to other users check box to allow other users to see the filter.
Optional: Check the
Editable by other users check box to allow other users to edit the filter.
Visible to other users and
Editable by other users are checked, the filter is public. To delete non-public (private) filters, you have to be the owner of the filter or you
Delete private filters of other users permission.
Select a category of filter criteria from the
Selection criteria list. The available categories depend on the general filter category you have selected.
Note: You can combine filters by selecting
Nested Test Filter or
Nested Requirement Filter. Selecting one of these categories allows you to include an existing filter in your new filter.
Value for the filter from the respective lists.
Available properties depend on the filter category that you have selected in the previous step. Defines the property for which
you are defining a filter setting. If you have selected an attribute category, the property list includes custom attributes
to query against.
Specifies the filter operator. The operator depends on the property type you have selected. For example, if you have selected
a property that is based on a string field type, the following operators are available:
The string equals the defined value.
The string is different than the defined value.
The string contains the defined value.
The string does not contain the defined value.
Enter the value that you want to filter out. Depending on the property type that you have selected, values will either be
strings that you can enter into the field, or a selection of predefined values that you can select from the list box. Allowed
wildcards for strings are
* (any amount of characters) and
? (exactly one character).
More if you want to add more than one filter category to the new filter. Repeat this procedure to define new categories.
Note: If you define more than one filter category, you must define whether the categories need to be fulfilled in addition to the
existing categories (AND relationship), or if the filter returns true when one of the filter categories is fulfilled (OR relationship).
OR to define the filter category relationship. You cannot define nested AND, OR relationships.
Optional: To remove filter categories, click
Fewer. This removes the last filter category.
OK to save the new filter, or click
Cancel to abort the operation.