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The explorer views have flexible filters, groupings, and other elements that enable you to navigate the data in ways that best help you pinpoint and understand the risk associated with the application under development.

In this section:

Your Custom Views are Preserved in the Violations and Test Explorers

Customizations you make to the search results panel, such as the changing the column order, selections, and grouping, are preserved when you refresh or leave and return to the page. This functionality applies to the Violations and Test explorers.

Changing Panel Sizes

You can click and drag handles between panels to customize work spaces.

Sorting Search Results

Click on column headers to sort data into ascending or descending order.

Grouping Search Results

  • Click on a column header and drag it into the groupings area.
  • Click the close button (X) to remove the parameter from the grouped results.

Customizing Search Results Table

You can add or remove columns from search results tables (the Violations Explorer shown):

  1. Click on a column header to open the drop down menu.
  2. Choose Columns and enable/disable parameters.

You can change the width of a column a column so that the entire message, file name, or other field is visible by clicking on the margin between two columns headers and dragging it to the desired width.

Quick Layout Options

Each explorer view has a default layout that you can customize by dragging panel anchor points. You can also click on a quick layout button to instantly changed to a view optimized for viewing specific aspects of the data.

The Violations and Test Explorers have the same layout options. Click on the Split, Table, or Code and forms icon to change the layout. 

Click on the Split, Code, or Test icon to change the layout. 

Click the Split, Code and findings, or Code icon to change the layout. 

Click on the Split, Table, or Table and details icon to change the layout. 

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