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Create custom properties filters

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Created by Steven Bansil_ret, last modified by Steven Bansil_ret on Feb 01, 2017

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  1. Click Start > All Programs > SolarWinds Orion > Grouping and Access Control > Custom Property Editor.
  2. Click Properties > Edit Object Properties, where Object is Node or Volume, as appropriate.
  3. Click Filter Active or No Active Filter, and then click Apply Filter.

    The text of the Filter Active/No Active Filter button changes dynamically, indicating the filter status for the currently viewed data.

  4. Click the hyperlinked text to select the appropriate criteria.
  5. Click the ellipsis, and then select from the following options:

    The lists of available linked descriptors are dynamically generated in consideration of all other variables within the same condition. For more information, see Understand condition groups. Click Browse (...) to select a condition type.

    • Select Add a new elementary condition to generate a condition that is based on a direct comparison of network object data fields.
    • Select Add a new advanced elementary condition to generate a condition based on a comparison of device data fields and values.
    • Select Add a new complex condition to define a condition that filters other defined conditions.
    • Select Delete current condition to remove a selected condition.
    • Select Move current condition forward or Move current condition backward to change the order of your conditions accordingly.
  6. Continue to click hyperlinked text and use the cascading menus to select filtering criteria.
  7. If you have completed the configuration of your filter, click OK.

The Edit Object Properties view changes, based upon the selected filter, and the text of the Filter Active/No Active Filter now displays Filter Active, indicating that the filter is being applied to the currently viewed properties.

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23:38, 31 Jan 2017