Custom Reporter Fields/Filters not showing up in Management Center

I need a solution

I have edited the Reporter dbfields.cfg file to enable the ‘cs_uri_path’ as a filterable option and can now see it as an option in the Reporter GUI, but when looking in the Reports section on Management Center, the filter is not present. Is there anyway it can be enabled or synced to Management Center so the filters match what is shown on the Reporter?

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Filter:Class=Logfile_Base:msg=This is a test. RC=9;
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date $1
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