Cisco Configuration Engine Administration Guide 3.5
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Query Manager

Table Of Contents

Query Manager

Viewing Queries

Creating Queries

Editing Queries

Deleting Queries


Query Manager


To access Query management tasks, log into the system (see "Logging In" section on page 2-1). Then, from the Home page, click the Tools tab. The Tools page appears.

From the Tools page, click Query Mgr. The Query Manager Functional Overview page appears showing:

View Query

Create Query

Edit Query

Delete Query

Viewing Queries


Step 1 From the Query Manager Functional Overview page, click View Query.

The View Queries page appears (see Figure 8-1).

Figure 8-1 View Queries Page

Step 2 Click on the Query Name for which you want to view details.

The Query Details page appears (see Figure 8-2).


Figure 8-2 Query Details

Creating Queries


Step 1 From the Query Manager Functional Overview page, click Create Query.

The Create Query page appears (see Figure 8-3).

Figure 8-3 Create Query Page

Step 2 Enter a Query Name.

Step 3 Use the drop-down arrow to select Operators and Attributes with which to build a Query String, then for each successive click Add to Query String.

Each time you click Add to Query String, that portion of the argument is added to the query string.

Step 4 If required, enter the remainder of the argument in the User Query string field.

Step 5 To validate this query before you create it, click Validate.

The Query returns a result.

Step 6 To create this query, click Create.


Editing Queries


Step 1 From the Query Manager Functional Overview page, click Edit Query.

The Edit Query page appears (see Figure 8-4).

Figure 8-4 Edit Query Page

Step 2 Click on the Query Name you want to edit.

The Edit Query Attributes page appears (see Figure 8-5).

Figure 8-5 Edit Query Attributes Page

Step 3 Modify all applicable fields:

a. Use the drop-down arrow to select Operators and Attributes with which to build a Query String, then for each successive click Add to Query String.

Each time you click Add to Query String, that portion of the argument is added to the query string.

b. If required, enter the remainder of the argument in the User Query string field.

c. To validate this query before you create it, click Validate.

The Query returns a result.

Step 4 To save your changes to this query, click Edit.


Deleting Queries


Step 1 From the Query Manager Functional Overview page, click Delete Query.

The Delete Query page appears (see Figure 8-6).

Figure 8-6 Delete Query Page

Step 2 Check to select the Query you want to delete, then click Delete.