Verify Information Using a Filtered Sample

After you filter your data sample, CA TDM provides you with a range of options to help you understand and manage your filtered data.
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After you filter your data sample, CA TDM provides you with a range of options to help you understand and manage your filtered data.
  1. Follow all the steps that are mentioned in the Profile (or Sample) Your Data section to filter the data.
  2. Select the parallel bar icon next to the column you want to investigate. 
  3. The
    Information for column <Column_Name>
    dialog containing all the information that is related to that column opens. This dialog provides all the relevant range information about the column, including:
    • All keys, indexes, and transformation maps in which the column appears.
    • Up to five previous functions that are performed on the column within the current project.
    • Any previous names for the column and the version in which they existed.
  4. Select the parallel bar icon in the top-right corner. 
    The
    Find similar columns to <table_name>
    dialog opens. This dialog accesses a Column-to-Column comparison, in which you can compare relationships between similar columns.
  5. Review the information.