Table of Contents


  1. Preface
  2. Introduction to Informatica MDM - Customer 360
  3. Getting Started
  4. Adding Records
  5. Finding Records
  6. Editing Records
  7. Working with Drafts
  8. Participating in Review Processes
  9. Importing Data
  10. Resolving Duplicates
  11. Investigating Data Changes
  12. Investigating Hierarchies and Relationships
  13. Viewing the Relationship Graph

Filtering Records

Filtering Records

After you perform a search, you can refine the search results by using filters. For example, you can refine the search results for John Smith by filtering the results by the city name, Toronto.
  1. Perform a search.
    The search results appear in the
  2. In the
    panel, select or enter a value for the filter criteria that you require.
    For a date and time field, you can specify the date in the filter, but not the time. The filter uses the default time as 00:00:00 UTC. Some numeric filters might appear in the scientific notation, even though the search results display the values in the decimal notation. For example, the filter might display 10544444.6 as 1.05444446E7.
  3. Click
    Apply Filter
    The search results contain only the records that match the filters that you applied. A list of the applied filters appears below the Search box. You can remove a filter by clicking the X icon for the filter.
    The following image shows that the search results contain only the records that matched the applied filters:
    In the 
					 Filters panel, the Persons type is selected and the City Name is set to Toronto. In the 
					 Search Results panel, the applied filters appear above the results total.
    1. Applied filters
    2. Filtered search results
    3. Selected filters
  4. To clear all the filter criteria, click
    Clear All


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