Define Find Filter Relationships dialog box

The Define Find Filter Relationships dialog box is the second step in creating and editing find criteria, which enables you to use filters to find objects in a test object map. You use this dialog box to define the relationship between the properties you added to the find filter.

The Define Find Filter Relationships dialog box has the following controls:

Filter
Lists all the groups of filter properties you specified in the Define Find Filter Properties dialog box. If necessary, click <Back to make any additions or edits to the list.
Note: You can right-click a group folder to change it to AND or OR. To group objects, press Ctrl and click the objects you want to include, right-click, and select Group. To ungroup objects, right-click the group folder and select Ungroup. Right-clicking objects in the Filter field enables you to cut, copy, paste, or delete them.
Relationship
The controls in this section change based on whether you click a group or a property in the Filter box.
AND
When selected, changes the highlighted group to an AND; all the property relationships in the group must resolve to true in order for HCL OneTest™ UI to find the object in the test object map.
OR
When selected, changes the highlighted group to an OR; at least one property relationship in the group must resolve to true in order for HCL OneTest UI to find the object in the test object map.
Operator
Enables you to indicate whether the Value: Exists (the default), IsNull, or is Equal.
NOT Relationship
When selected, HCL OneTest UI searches for objects that do not contain the specified relationship and value.
Value
For the specified property, enter a value you want HCL OneTest UI to search for.
xy Convert Value to Regular Expression
Available when Operator is Equal, enables you to specify a regular expression in the Value field. For information, see Replacing an Exact-Match Property with a Pattern.
n..1 Convert Value to Numeric Range
Available when Operator is Equal, enables you to specify a numeric range in the Value field. For information, see Replacing an Exact-Match Property with a Pattern. Clicking the NR notation in the Value field displays fields that enable you to specify the numeric range parameters. This button is only enabled if the value is of a numeric type.
Back
Returns to the Define Find Filter Properties dialog box.
Next
Advances to the Define Find Filter Name dialog box.
Finish
Available when editing existing find criteria, saves any changes and closes the Define Find Filter Relationships dialog box.
Cancel
Closes the Define Find Filter Relationships dialog box without saving any changes you have made.

To open: When defining or editing find criteria, click Next in the Define Find Filter Properties dialog box.

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