Find Request dialog box

Use this dialog box to search for Dimensions CM requests and create, modify, and delete request filters.

You create filters by setting values in this dialog box and saving the set of values to reuse later.

Use the Options tab (Find Request dialog box) to limit the search by specifying a lifecycle status and user role.

Use the Descriptions tab (Find Request dialog box) to limit the search by specifying search expressions to match against the detailed description and/or action descriptions of Dimensions CM requests.

Use the Relationships tab to limit the search by specifying request relationships.

Use the Dates tab to limit the search by specifying creation, modification, or action dates.

Use the Attributes tab/page to limit the search by specifying attribute values.

Use the Find Now tab to see the results of the search.

General tab

In the General tab, you limit the search based on general request information.

Field Description

Filter sets

Select a saved filter.

When you select a filter, the fields on the tabs are populated with the search criteria that you saved for that filter.

To clear all values, click the Reset button.

Save

Click to save the filter that is displayed in the Filter Sets list.

This button is enabled only if you have made changes to filter values in the Find dialog box.

Create

Click to create a new filter.

Enter a name for the new filter. If you want to create a filter based on the values already set in the Find dialog box, select the Based Upon Current Set option.

Remove

Click to delete the filter displayed in the Filter Sets list.

Product

Select the product.

Type

Select a request type.

ID

Enter the request ID.

Category

Select a request category.

Case sensitive search

Select this option if you want the search for the title to be case-sensitive.

Title

Enter a search string to match the titles of requests.

You can use wildcards:

  • Use an underscore (_) to match exactly one character. For example, d_g matches dog or dig.

  • Use a percent sign (%) to match any number of characters. For example, d%g matches dog or drag or dreaming.

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