Creating an Advanced filter
You can filter the search results based on advanced criteria that you define.
- Switch on the Advanced filter toggle to enable the option.
- Click the field under Advanced filter and select New filter.
- To set the conditions for the filter, in the first condition field, click the arrow
to expand the properties list and choose one of the following tenant properties:
- Company name
- First name
- Last name
- Ricoh sales region
- Tenant type
- In the second field, click the arrow to expand the comparisons list and choose one
of the following:
- is (=)
- is not (!)
- has no value (notset)
- is like (likeNoCase)
- is not like (unlikeNoCase)
- contains (contains)
- In the third field, enter the required value, if necessary.
- To add more conditions, click the plus sign at the end of the row. To remove a condition, click the minus sign at the end of the row.
- Click Apply filter.
- To find objects that have a null value (no value or Not set) for the specified property, select the Comparison value has no value (notset). Objects that have a null value are not found when you use another Comparison value, such as is not (!=) or is not like (unlike). The example at the end of this procedure finds objects that have values and objects that have a null value.
- Click Save filter and name the filter if you want to save and reuse it. When reusing a saved filter, you can chose to ignore one of the defined conditions by clearing the check box in front of it.
To display all tenant that do not have Tenant type Subscription, specify these conditions:
- Tenant type is not (!=) Subscription
- Tenant typehas no value (notset)
Apply the conditions when any of them are true.