Format and Filter Options

Filtering is based on any combination of Change Set Id, Username, and ITS Issue ID. The following are filter options:

  • If no filtering is applied, all the revisions appear. No filter is the default setting in either stream or workspace.
  • If a single filtering is applied, only the filter chosen will appear: either Change Set Id, Username, or ITS Issue ID.
  • If multiple filters are applied, any combination of the selected filtered items appear.

Use the following format for each unique identifier when applying a filter:

Change Set ID: csid

Displays AccuRev transaction IDs less than or equal to the request value within the current repository. Case insensitive.


csid:changeset ID
ITS Issue Id: its

Filters the query at the depot level as issues are related with depots. Case insensitive.

For example:

User Name: user

Filters the revisions by the user name and their committed changes. Case insensitive.

For example:

ITS Issue Id and User Name
its:<ITS_ID>:-:user:<user_name> or user:<user_name>:-:its:<ITS_ID>

It is important to pay attention to the formatting and values used for filtering as noted below:

  • The third-party ITS should be configured in AccuWork.
  • The delimiter character used between the filter unique identifier and its value is :.
  • There is NO Space between the identifier, : and the value.
  • The user name used to query the revisions are the AccuRev User names and not the Atlassian Crucible user names.
  • For multiple query fields, use the unique separator :-: . This cannot be changed.
  • For multiple query fields, similar to the one shown above, any combination of change set id, user name, and ITS Issue Id can be used with the unique separator.