Filtering DNS zones - BlueCat Integrity - 9.5.0

Address Manager Administration Guide

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BlueCat Integrity

A table containing DNS zones can be filtered by Name, UDF Name, or UDF Value.

The following table describes each filtering criteria and accepted formats. Refer to this table when performing table filtering:
Search field Valid Formats Example
Location Name of the location object or location code.
Note: The name or code can be partial. For example, CAN will return all location objects that contain CAN in their name or code. If you want to filter for a specific item, enter the full name or code.
Canada or CA
UDF Name Select a UDF name from the drop-down menu.
  • If no UDF field is visible on the table, No UDFs visible to filter appears in the UDF Name drop-down menu.
  • If a UDF field is visible on the table, --Select UDF-- appears in the search field.
Different UDFs will be displayed according to data table on the page:
  • IPv4 Block table—IPv4 block and address range UDFs.
  • IPv4 Block and Networks table—IPv4 address range UDFs.
  • IPv4 address table—IPv4 address UDFs.
  • DNS Zone and Subzone table—DNS zone UDFs.
  • Resource record tale—resource records UDFs.
  • External Host records table—External host UDFs and Resource records UDFs.
UDF Value Select or enter the value of UDF.
  • Different UDF Value search fields appear based on the type of UDF selected from the UDF Name drop-down menu.
  • You can filter on one UDF value at a time.
  • Text pattern matching for all text values is case-sensitive.
  • Text/Email/URL—text field.
  • Long/Integer—less than or equal to (>=), equal to (=), greater than or equal to (<=), and text field.
  • Boolean—Yes or No drop-down menu.
  • Date—before (>=), on (=), After (<=), and date picker calender.