Filtering tasks using the quality bar - 7.1

Talend Data Stewardship User Guide

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You can use the quality bar to filter data and list only the tasks you want to resolve or you want to assign or delegate to specific data stewards.

The quality bar is a bar on top of each of the columns in a task list. It indicates the quality of data using colors. The quality bar gives information about how many valid, invalid or empty values are there in the column. The quality bar is available in all campaign types except Arbitration and Grouping campaigns.


  1. Open a Resolution or a Merging campaign.
  2. Point to a color in the quality bar on top of one of the columns to display the number of the values which match the color indication.
    Option Description
    Green represents valid data which matches the columns type.
    White represents empty fields. However, an empty value for a mandatory field is marked as red, not white.
    Red represents invalid data which does not match the column type or the parameter set in the data model.
  3. Click the color in the quality bar of a column to list only valid, invalid or empty fields in that column.
    The filter detail is added on top of the list using the same filter color, and a switch is displayed on the top left corner.
  4. Click a color in the quality bar of another column to combine the two filters and list the tasks that satisfy the combined conditions.
    You can combine as many filters as needed and you can combine filters between the quality bar and the chart in the right-hand panel.
  5. Click the switch to toggle between the filtered and unfiltered task list, if needed.
  6. To remove the filter(s) you defined, place your pointer on the top right corner of the list and click the trash icon.