Adding a Query to the Blocklist
There are multiple ways you can block a query:
Block and Killpanel of the
Explicitly add a block based on a query string or regular expression on the
To add a query to the blocklist you must be an organization owner.
Go to the
You will be prompted to define the block:
Figure 181. Query Administration Adding a Block
Select the Pattern Type, either
Enter the matching pattern or exact query into the Pattern box.
You will be prompted to select the repo to which the block applies, whether across the entire organization or only for selected repositories and views.
Figure 182. Query Administration Adding a Block Organization or Repository Selection
If you select Organization wide the block will apply to all repositories within the organization, including new repositories that are created after you have created the block. Click to continue.
If you select For selected repositories and views, you will be prompted to select the repostories that you want the block to apply to, click .
Figure 183. Query Administration Adding a Block Repository Selection
Select or search for one or more repositories and click.
If you cancel the process, you will be warned that the query block specification will be lost.
Queries that are currently running and match the new pattern are stopped immediately and prevented from running until this entity on the blocklist is removed by an administrator.