Additional Filter Options
Dragon1 offers all kinds of search and filter options, such as:
- Search box
- Meta Data Search
- Filtering by Cabinet and/or Class
These filter options are described on the page Searching and Filtering.
Besides these filter and search options, Dragon1 offers a couple of additional search and filter options.
Filtering Data List View
In each Data List View on Dragon1, items can be searched an filtered in a number of ways.
Use the following steps to open a Data List View on Dragon1:
- Log in.
- Click on 'Collaboration' on the left side menu.
- Click on 'Data Dashboard' to open the Data Dashboard.
- Click on any tile (e.g. Applications) to open a Data List View.
Use the search bar
By using the search bar, items can be filtered by specifying a search term in the search box. All items containing the search term will be shown on the list. Furthermore, the filtering can be narrowed down by specifying a state (all, past, current, future).
Using the Search bar.
By clicking the 'Tags' button in the top button bar, items can be filtered by clicking one or more system or data tags. To narrow down the number of items found, the search bar can be used as well to enter a search term.
Using the Tags.
By clicking the 'Report' button in the top button bar, a pane appears in which can be filtered on date ranges, specific data attributes/value combinations and on a specific life cycle stage. To narrow down the number of items found, the search bar can be used as well to enter a search term. See Insights through Data Analytics Reports.
Using the Report.
Filtering Model in Viewer
When a Model is displayed inside the viewer, a number of filtering and reporting options are available.
The Filter button has already been discussed on the page 'Searching and Filtering'. By pressing the button, a dialog is popped up in which the filter settings can be applied.
Filtering in the Model.
By clicking the 'Reports' button at the bottom of the screen, a pop-up dialog appears in which a number of reporting options can be selected. For filtering, the 'Measure Diagram' button is the most interesting one.
Using Reports in the Viewer.
When clicking 'Measure Diagram', a dialog appears in which all Entity Classes used in the model are counted. By deselecting the checkboxes in front of the Entity Class (e.g. Stakeholder, Product, Activity), the Entity Classes will disappear from the model.
Measure Diagram in the Viewer.
Filtered Diagram in the Viewer.
By clicking the 'Match' button at the bottom of the screen, a pop-up dialog appears in which models can be compared to another. By using the various options in the pop-up dialog differences between models, a match factor, missing entities can be shown.
Match Dialog in the Viewer.