Create or Edit Asset Import Job: Specify Asset Field Filters

The Specify Asset Field Filters panel lets you edit, delete, arrange, and configure the asset field filters. The fields in this panel are specific to the asset type that you want to import.

You can select a field that should be used as a filter for the selected asset type and create a filter statement.

See Create Filter Statement.

Note:

If you import the Windows Directory asset type, the value of the Depth field is set to 0 by default. If you do not change the value, then only the first level directories are imported in the asset import job.

Add Statement

Lets you select a field from the drop-down list and launches the Add Filter Statement dialog box.

Edit Selected Statement icon

Lets you edit the selected filter statement.

Delete Selected Statement icon

Lets you delete the selected filter statement.

Add ( ) NOT

Lets you add the opening and closing parentheses and the NOT expression to the filter statements.

See Operators (, ), AND, OR.

Remove ( ) NOT

Lets you remove the opening and closing parentheses and the NOT expression from the filter statements.

See Operators (, ), AND, OR.

AND/OR

Lets you switch between the AND and OR operators.

If you add two filter statements, by default the filter statement are joined by AND.

See Operators (, ), AND, OR.

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Examples of asset filters

Filter statement operators

Importing assets