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Filter alerts based on contents of comment

I enter a comment about an alert such as the process that caused the alert.
Examples:
“Blocking alert caused by Process1”
“Deadlock alert caused by Process1”
“Processor utilization alert caused by Process1”

Later I need to look up all the problems this process has caused. I would like to filter alerts based on text in comments to find all alerts caused by that process.
Example: “Process1”
Would return the 3 alerts above.

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    Kevin FrazierKevin Frazier shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Daniel RothigDaniel Rothig responded  · 

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    Interesting suggestion! Would the comment always contain a cause, or are there other kinds of information that you’d want to search for in your comments?

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      • Kevin FrazierKevin Frazier commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I would document the name of the application, database, process, table, and if I see the reason for the problem such as a missing commit.

        This is the information I would try to filter on.

        I could see some people would try to filter base on a ticket number so they could quickly lookup the issue associated with the work ticket.

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