Attribute Facets

Attribute facets display the details of a single attribute in a facet.

You can view and analyze an attribute in a facet of its own, also known as Single Attribute View. You can set the properties of the Single Attribute View by using the UI Modeler application in Console.

Working with Inactive Attribute Values

In the Single Attribute View or attribute facet, you can view and analyze the details of a single attribute. By default, only the active attribute values are displayed.

Optionally, you can view the inactive attribute values in the Single Attribute View. To display the Show Inactive values option in the Settings menu in the attribute facet, turn on the Show inactive values menu option for the Single Attribute View in the UI Modeler application in Console. For more information, see Single Attribute View Facet Settings.

With this option turned on for your tenant, the Settings menu of your attribute facet appears with the Show Inactive values option as shown in the following image:

Note: The inactive icon () indicates the number of inactive values that exist for the attribute.

When you select the Show Inactive values option, the active as well as the inactive attribute values are displayed. The inactive values have a striped background to indicate their inactive status. You can modify these values by changing the Profile view to the ‘Edit’ mode, if required.

Search Attribute Values

In an attribute facet that is based on one attribute type (for example, Address, Affiliation, Country) with huge number of values you may want to filter attribute values in order to focus on a specific attribute (for example, to see other details of the attribute or edit a value). For this purpose you can use the search feature: just click the "magnifying glass" icon in the facet and enter in a string to perform a "starts with" search across all attribute values -in the same way as in a relationship facet.

The starts with search has the following features:

  • Ignores the order of words in the search string. For example, if we have an attribute value "ABC XYZ", we can find it by using search string "XYZ A".
  • Searches across all attribute values of complex attributes. For example, if we have a complex attribute with sub-attribute1 having value "ABC" and sub-attribute2 having value "XYZ", then we can find this complex attribute by using search string "XYZ AB".

Charts

Reltio Platform can display nested attributes in chart format, such as Profile transactional data (interactions). You can display line, graph, and bar charts.

Relationship Facets

Entities may have relationships with other entities. In addition to displaying relationships in the Profile Facet, Reltio platform can also display relationships in Relationship Facets. The benefit of a Relationship Facet is that it enables you to search a list of relationships, add new relationships, and view the type of relationship for all of the entities in the relationship associated with the Profile.

Note: As of Reltio Connected Customer 360 (2016.1 release), Reltio has deprecated the relationship facets list view. You must instead use relations view. Please contact support@reltio.com for help with configuring this feature.