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type: bes filter

The <bes filter> inspectors return the filters, which represent the criteria used by the Find command (Ctrl-F in the BES Console). The filters are specific to computers, computer groups, Actions, Analyses, Baselines, Unmanaged Assets, Users, Tasks or Fixlets, and are appropriately flagged.

action flag of <bes filter> : boolean

Returns True if the specified BES Filter was designed for finding Actions.

action set of <bes filter> : bes action set

Returns a filtered set of Actions. Given an Action filter that specifies "Name contains 'Custom Action'", this inspector returns the set of BES Actions with 'Custom Action' in the name.Example: size of (action set of bes filters) - Returns the number of BES Filters that were designed for finding Actions.

analysis flag of <bes filter> : boolean

Returns True if the specified BES Filter was designed for finding Analyses.

analysis set of <bes filter> : bes fixlet set

Returns a filtered set of Analyses. Given an Analysis filter that specifies "Visibility equals Visible", this inspector returns only the set of BES Analyses that are visible.

baseline flag of <bes filter> : boolean

Returns True if the specified BES Filter was designed for finding Baselines.

baseline set of <bes filter> : bes fixlet set

Returns a filtered set of Baselines. Given a Baseline filter that specifies "Visibility equals Visible", this inspector returns only the set of BES Baselines that are visible.

computer flag of <bes filter> : boolean

Returns True if the specified BES Filter was designed for finding computers.

computer group set of <bes filter> : bes fixlet set

Returns a filtered set of computer groups. Given a computer group filter that specifies "Name contains 'test'", this inspector returns the set of computer groups that have 'test' in their name.

computer set of <bes filter> : bes computer set

Returns a filtered set of Computers. Given a Computer filter that specifies "OS contains 'Win'", this inspector returns the set of Windows Computers.

domain of <bes filter> : bes domain

Returns the BES domain where the specified BES filter(s) were created.

fixlet flag of <bes filter> : boolean

Returns True if the specified BES Filter was designed for finding Computers.

fixlet set of <bes filter> : bes fixlet set

Returns a filtered set of Fixlets. Given a Fixlet filter that specifies "Visibility equals Globally Hidden", this inspector returns only the set of BES Fixlets that are globally hidden.

group flag of <bes filter> : boolean

Returns True if the specified BES Filter was designed for finding computer groups.

id of <bes filter> : integer

Returns the numeric ID unique to the specified BES filter.

join by intersection flag of <bes filter> : boolean

Returns True if the various find properties are intersected (included with ALL properties) in the specified filter.

name of <bes filter> : string

Returns the name of the specified BES filter.

private flag of <bes filter> : boolean

Returns True if the specified BES filter is marked as private.

set of <bes filter> : bes filter set

Converts the specified BES Filter list to a set that can be arithmetically manipulated.

task flag of <bes filter> : boolean

Returns True if the specified BES Filter was designed for finding Tasks.

task set of <bes filter> : bes fixlet set

Returns a filtered set of Tasks. Given a Task filter that specifies "Visibility equals Locally Hidden", this inspector returns only the set of BES Tasks that are locally hidden.

unique value of <bes filter> : bes filter with multiplicity

Returns the unique values of a given list of <bes filter> types, removing duplicates and sorting by value.

unmanagedasset flag of <bes filter> : boolean

Returns True if the specified BES Filter was designed for finding Unmanaged Assets.

user flag of <bes filter> : boolean

Returns True if the specified BES Filter was designed for finding Users.

user set of <bes filter> : bes user set

Returns a filtered set of Console Operators. Given a Console Operator filter that specifies "Name contains Joe", this inspector returns only the set of Console Operators named Joe.

<bes filter> = <bes filter> : boolean

Compares two BES Filter types and returns True if they are equal.

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