This document explains how to perform filtering using a manual method.
If you want a UI-driven solution to performing this task, see Configure Filtering in UCMDB.
You can use regular expressions in filters.
Attributes in the filter should be of type string only. For details on CI attribute types, see Attributes Page.
- You can use the "between" operator when filtering results, but only when the Object class is âip_addressâ and the attribute name is ânameâ.
A result is considered to be a match only if all filter attributes have the same values as those in the CI. (If one of a CI's attributes is not specified in the filter, all the results for this attribute match the filter.)
A CI can match more than one filter. The CI is removed or remains according to the filter in which it is included.
DFM filters first according to the <includeFilter> and then applies the <excludeFilter> on the results of <includeFilter>.