If the filter is complex, it can be useful to examine inside the filter and see exactly how each object in the result was found by the filter, or ask the question, What if the filter was created differently? The Filter Analyzer is the tool that does just that.
It lists the results and displays the Filter Elements to the right. The circles represent which Filter Element is true for each object in the filter results.
Because the Filter Analyzer can be CPU intensive, it is not automatically generated. Click the Analyze button to populate the Filter Analyzer.
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Furthermore, a complex filter might include so many Filter Elements that the question might arise, what if the Filter didn’t include a certain Filter Element?
Clicking the “Results -> Elements” button toggles the results and the Filter Elements such that the Elements are on on the left side. Below the Elements, TejonDb creates many temporary filters with every possible logical combination of Filter Elements. Selecting one of these combinations display on the right hand side the object found by that combination of Filter Elements.
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