User Guide

  • 2021.4
  • 09/27/2021
  • Public Content
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filter

Specify filtering for a report.
GUI Equivalent
Toolbar Filter

Syntax

-filter
<filter_name>=value
-f
<filter_name>=value
Arguments
function=value
Include only problems with the specified function name(s).
id=value
Include only problems with the specified ID(s).
investigated=value
Set whether to include only problems that are investigated or not. Valid values are:
not_investigated | investigated
.
line=value
Include only problems with the specified line number(s).
module=value
Include only problems from the specified module(s).
problem=value
Include only problems with the specified problem type(s).
severity=value
Include only problems with the specified severity(s). Valid values are
remark | informational | caution | warning | error | critical
source=value
Include only problems with the specified source file name(s).
state=value
Include only problems with the specified state(s).
Default
Unfiltered.
Actions Modified
Description
Use
filter
when you want to generate a report that only includes problems that meet your specified criteria.
Example
Generate a Problems report, filtering it so that only critical problems are reported.
$ inspxe-cl -report problems -user-data-dir "My Inspector Results - myProjectName" -f severity=critical
Generate a Problems report that only includes problems in the source file
combine.cpp
that have not yet been investigated.
$ inspxe-cl -report problems -filter source=combine.cpp -filter investigated=not_investigated

Product and Performance Information

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