Configuring the view - spectrum_quality_1 - 23.1

Spectrum Data Quality Guide

Product type
Software
Portfolio
Verify
Product family
Spectrum
Product
Spectrum > Quality > Spectrum Quality
Version
23.1
Language
English
Product name
Spectrum Data Quality
Title
Spectrum Data Quality Guide
Topic type
How Do I
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First publish date
2007
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2024-03-04
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2024-03-04T22:52:13.486265

You can select which fields appear and change the order in which they appear by clicking the Configure view button . This displays the Configure view options.

Changes to the Configure view settings are saved for a user and dataflow name, so that when you reopen a dataflow the configuration from the previous session is applied. Changes made here apply to editing records in both Tabular view and Form view.

Filter
Enter all or part of a field name in the Filter box to only display field names that contain the entered characters in their names. The search is case insensitive and the text can be anywhere in the name of a field.
All
List all fields. Check or uncheck a field to expose or hide it in both Tabular view and Form view.
Visible
Lists fields that are currently checked in the Field name column.
Hidden
Lists fields that are currently not checked in the Field name column.

Field configuration

The table in this dialog box lists record fields. You can choose to display or hide fields, change the order in which they are displayed, and configure column widths.

Field name
Check the check box next to a field name to display the field in both Tabular view and Form view. The Condition name field displays the name of the condition that caused the record to be added to the repository. Records that meet criteria for multiple conditions will display condition names as a comma separated list.
Note: To only display records for a single condition, see the Search Options—Condition Name.
Change field order
The fields are listed in the Configure view dialog box in the same order that they are displayed in the records table. You reorder fields by dragging and dropping a field to a new position in the table. You can rearrange fields as long as the Filter box is empty. If there is a filter string, you must clear the contents of the Filter box before you can reorder fields.
Note: You can also order fields in Tabular view. Drag column headings on the record table to reorder the columns. Any changes to the table itself will also appear in the Configure view dialog box the next time that you open it.
Configure field widths
You can specify the width of columns that appear in the Form view by entering values in the Form columns boxes. Values for adjacent visible fields in this column must sum to 12. For example, if you wanted four fields to be placed side-by-side in four equal-length fields on a single row, you could give each field a column width of "3." Likewise, if you wanted to include just two fields of equal length in a row, you could enter "6" for both fields under Form columns.
Note: When you configure field widths under Format columns, the configured fields will no longer be responsive to the size of the browser window. In contrast, fields with the Default setting are always responsive to the size of browser window, wrapping and unwrapping when the window is resized.
Allow grouping records list
Check this check box to group records by their column values. This displays a panel above the column headings in which to configure groupings. Records may be grouped hierarchically in descending or ascending order on a page by values in one or more columns. This check box is checked by default. For more information, see Grouping records.
Highlight resolve duplicate exception record
Check this option to highlight the exception record row content in Resolve duplicates Image of the Resolve duplicates button.
Highlight resolve duplicate fields when values are different
Check this check box to highlight field values when nonexception records in Resolve duplicates Image of the Resolve duplicates button differ from the values in the exception record. If you uncheck this check box, fields with different values will no longer be highlighted. Changing this setting does not affect column headers, which are always highlighted if fields in a column contains different values.
Optimize record editors for keyboard navigation
Check this check box to use the Tab key to navigate through records in the Tabular view of the Data Stewardship Portal Editor page.
Reset to default
Click this button to reset options in this dialog box to the default settings. Fields names are checked and arranged in their initial order. Default selections are applied to the options.