- Groups problems detected during analysis into problem sets(but still provides visibility into individual problems and problem occurrences).
About Filtering by Inclusion
- WithInvestigated=Not investigatedto show only problem sets with a state ofNew,Not fixed, orRegression(that is, hide the problem sets you have already investigated)
- Or withState=Not fixedandSeverity=Error
- Or withState=Not fixedandSeverity=ErrorandType=Data Race
- Or in a specific file
About Filtering by Exclusion
- In theInvestigatedcategory in theFilterspane on theSummarywindow, chooseNot investigatedto display only problems with a state ofNew,Not fixed, orRegression.If this is the first result of this analysis type, or if you chose theDo not get problem states from another resultoption on theState Managementpage of the productOptionsdialog box during startup, all problems have a state ofNew.
- Click theSortdrop-down list in theFilterspane and chooseSort by Item Countto sort remaining problems by count in descending numerical order.
- In theTypecategory in theFilterspane, choose the problem type with the highest item count to display only those problems in theProblemspane.
- Click on any problem in theProblemspane, then press Ctrl+A to select all problems.
- Right-click any of the selected problems to display a context menu, then chooseto change the state of all selected problems.
- In theTypecategory, click theAllbutton to deselect problem criteria.
- Repeat steps 3 - 6 for each problem type with many occurrences.
- Start working the remaining problems.
- Use the filtering function to select all problems in source file A.
- Set the state for all problems in source file A toNot a problem.