You can search for items in different areas of the PulseUno hierarchy. Use keywords to refine your search.
Search areas and examples
In PulseUno, you can search in the following areas:
- Reviews across the whole instance.
- Activity feeds in spaces, vaults, products/Git repositories, or streams/branches.
- Lists of products, Git repositories, vaults, and streams/branches.
- Backlog and iteration lists.
- Request catalogs.
- Product and Git repository settings, such as badges, delivery filters, and review tags.
- Administrators only: The Administration pages, such as system properties, users, agents, or connections.
- A review label: Q1234
- A request label: QLARIUS_CR_44
- A part of a pull request description: "Update captured artifacts"
- A backlog title: "Performance backlog"
Search for reviews and requests
Perform a global search to find reviews across your PulseUno instance. You can limit your search to specific products, streams/branches, review states, or other search criteria.
If you are using Dimensions CM requests only, you can also search in requests.
To perform a global search:
- In the top navigation, click Search .
If PulseUno uses only Dimensions CM requests, select to search in either reviews or requests.
If PulseUno uses requests from other providers, you can search only in reviews.
In the search field, enter a search string. You can enter part of a label, request ID, author, title, or description. When searching for phrases, put them in double quotation marks, for example, "Fix API error".
Use keywords and conditions. For guidelines, see Keyword search.
- Click Search or press the Enter key. In the list of search results, click a result to view more details.
To further refine your search results, select one or more items from the available refine options, and click Apply.
You can select multiple items, for example, multiple products or streams, or particular review states, tags, and reviewers.
To remove the filters, click Clear refine options.
Use keywords to refine your search. When searching for multiple keywords, add conditions for precise results.
Depending on the search area, you can use the following keywords:
Area Keywords Activity feeds Use Activity feed keywords. Comments in code Use Code history keywords. Global search in reviews Use Review keywords. Dimensions CM requests only: Global search in requests Use Request keywords.
- Enter keywords in this format: <keyword>:<value>
- Separate multiple values in each keyword with commas, for example: Tag:Enhancement,Bug
- Enclose search phrases in double quotation marks, for example: Comment:"Remove inclusion of libC.a"
- Search is not case-sensitive.
To search for multiple keywords, use these conditional operators:
Conditional operator Description AND or a space
Finds items based on a combination of keywords. Only those items that match all the keywords are displayed.
Example: To find all completed reviews that are tagged as enhancements, search reviews for Tag:Enhancement and State:Completed.
Finds items based on any keyword included in the search.
Example: To find reviews that are either completed or tagged as enhancements, search reviews for Tag:Enhancement or State:Completed.
NOT or the minus sign (–)
Excludes a keyword from the search.
Example: To find all reviews that are tagged as enhancements and are not completed or approved, search reviews for Tag:Enhancement not State:Completed,Approved.
Use these keywords when searching activity in spaces, vaults, products/Git repositories, or streams/branches.
For details about viewing and downloading recent activity, see View activity.
Events and activities in spaces, products/Git repositories, streams/branches, and My Work:
Event:ExpertChains or Event:Reviews
Event:Reviews and Event:Comments
Events and activities in spaces, products/Git repositories, and My Work:
Events and activities in vaults:
Not available in vaults.
Not available in vaults.
Activity for a specific date or date range.
For a specific date, use this format:
For a date range, use this format:
Use these keywords when searching for code comments.
|Date||Results for a specific date. Use this format: yyyy-mm-dd||
|Comment||Comments added by users. You can enter part of a comment.||Comment:"Remove inclusion of libC.a"|
|User||User IDs. You can enter part of a name.||User:gitsys,david|
Use these keywords when searching for reviews.
Review labels. You can enter part of a label.
Review titles. You can enter part of a title.
|Owner or Author||
Reviews associated with specific users. You can enter part of a name.
|Request||Reviews associated with specific requests.||Request:US12345,ECR_47|
Reviews associated with specific reviewers. You can enter part of a name.
|Comment||Comments added by users. You can enter part of a comment.||Comment:"Changes required"|
|State||Review states.||State:Assigned,"Peer Review"|
|Message||Commit delivery messages. You can enter part of a message.||Message:"Delivered SQL server fix"|
Use these keywords when searching for Dimensions CM requests.
Note: The Request search is supported only for products that use Dimensions CM requests.
Request labels. You can enter part of a label.
Request titles. You can enter part of a title.
|State||Request states.||State:Raised,"Under Work"|
|Stream||Requests associated with specific streams or branches.||Stream:Qlarius_Java|
|Product||Requests associated with specific products and Git repositories.||Product:Qlarius|
|External||External link labels in requests.||External:SBM|