Learn how to search and filter environments by application, category, status, attributes, dependencies, tiers,…
You can filter the Environments displayed on your Environments Views using the top search bar:
Pre-defined Types of Filter
In order to filter the list, you can click on the search field and select elements from the drop-down list:
Application (APP): filter environment by selected applications
Category (CAT): filter environment by selected categories
Project (PROJECT): filter environments of applications mapped to selected Jira projects
Status (STATUS): filter environments by selected statuses
Permission Scheme (PERM): filter environments by selected permissions schemes
Panel Scheme (PANEL): filter environments by selected panel schemes
Dependency (DEP) : filter environments having selected types of dependencies
Relationship (REL) : filter environments having selected types of parent/tier relationships
Start typing characters in the search field will filter the list of options.
If you add several options, it is equivalent to the AND operator.
“With Tiers” option SINCE VERSION 9.10.X+
If you use Environment Tiers, an additional option will be displayed below your usual environment search bar:
By default “with tiers” is not selected, meaning that “Tier” environments are not returned by the search.
When enabling this options:
the “Tier” environments will be returned by the search
this new type of “Tier” filter will be available to filter environments by Tier Application:
Find Environments by IDs
SINCE VERSION 9.9.X+
Quickly filter Environments by a IDs by typing “id=<numerical ID>” in the search bar:
Filter by Attribute
You can also filter your environments using their attributes values. For instance, all Environments with the "Backup Policy" attribute containing the "Daily Frequency" chain of characters:
You can also use the star character * to get all Environment that have an attribute defined. For instance, all Environments with the "Database" attribute defined:
When filtering several times with the same attribute, it is equivalent to an OR operator.
The query below will return all Environments where the “Group” attribute contains “Group A” or “Group B”.
Free Text Filters
You can also type free text to filter Environments that contains the chain of characters in their: