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Understanding filter properties

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The AppStack Environment allows you to filter what is displayed in this view, allowing you to see only the objects you want to see.

To filter the AppStack Environment view, take the following steps:

  1. From the web console, navigate to Home > Environment.
  2. Click [+] Add Filter Properties, as shown:

  3. From the pop-up menu, select an object from the Orion Object drop down list:

    Note: Multiple items can be added.
  4. When done, click Add column.
  5. The new filter appears in the filter column, as shown:


If no relations are shown in the AppStack resource on the Group Details view, then it is likely that this group contains no objects represented within the AppStack, such as switches, routers, and so on. If you have created a group that contains only objects which have no representation within the AppStack environment (e.g.: Nodes that are switches, routers, wireless access points, interfaces, and so on) then they will not have relationships and the only item displayed within the AppStack resource on the Group Details view is the group itself. This is normal behavior. Servers and virtual servers are the only node types that are represented within the AppStack environment. Groups made up of other object types which are not supported by the AppStack environment will not appear within the AppStack resource.

For more information, see Understanding filtering options .

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15:13, 18 Jul 2016