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Example Filter Queries

Published: June 11, 2010

Updated: June 11, 2010

Applies To: Windows 7, Windows Vista

You can filter your organization's compatibility-issue data by selecting specific restriction criteria. Additionally, you can add a filter to any of the quick reports by creating query clauses.

Example Queries

The following sections provide examples of queries that you can create, by using the query builder.

All Applications with Issues

The following example is a query for all applications with one or more known issues.

Filter example-applications with issues

All Applications with Solutions for Known Issues

The following example is a query for all applications that have solutions for their known issues.

Filter example-applications with known solutions

All Applications with Specific Solution Types

The following example is a query for all applications that have a solution type of Application Update or Application Configuration.

Filter example-applications using solution types

All Applications with No Known Issues

The following example is a query for all applications with no known issues.

Filter example-applications with no issues

All Applications with No Active Issues

The following example is a query for all applications with no active issues.

Filter example-applications with no active issues

All Applications Appearing in a Specific Category and Subcategory

The following example is a query for all applications assigned to the category of Department and the subcategory of either Human Resources or Finance.

Filter example-using categories and subcategories

All Unassigned Applications

The following example is a query for all applications that have not yet been assigned to a category.

Filter example-all unassigned applications

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