Findings are associated with basic properties during analysis, such as project name, analysis type, and violation severity. See DTP Finding Properties for details about the properties .
When findings are sent to the DTP server, they are processed by the Process Intelligence Engine (PIE) and automatically associated with additional properties, such as risk and action to be taken, which help you understand the most important parts of the application to work on, as well as which findings to address first.
You can choose which attributes the DTP Findings view should display.
Open the DTP Findings view and choose Configure Contents from the menu.
(Optional) You can create a profile that contains a set of properties. Click New to add a profile; then click the profile in the Configuration table, rename it and continue to step 3.
(Optional) By default, the Findings option is enabled and the DTP Findings view displays findings reported by the DTP Engine. In addition, you can enable the Suppressed findings option that allows you to review the suppressed findings in the DTP Findings view (see Suppressing Findings).
Choose a property in the Available or Selected field and click Add or Remove to include or exclude the property from the DTP Findings view.
If you created a new profile to view the properties, choose Show> [profile name] from the DTP Findings menu.
Some properties are only assigned in DTP either by the team lead or product manager or automatically through PIE. These properties will only contain values when findings are imported from DTP (DTP Finding Properties).