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If a business term name is updated, the catalog asset linked to the original business term should also reflect the new name.
Ex: first draft business term (published): Medical Record Number, linked to 6 data assets in the Default catalog.
second draft business term (also published): Medical Record Number (MRN), linked to 3 new data assets in the Default catalog.
When searching the catalog for 'Medical Record Number', i see two results pop up in business term search - one with the old and one with the new spelling. This causes extreme confusion.
Each of the 6 assets with the original link to 'Medical Record Number' needs to be manually updated to reflect 'Medical Record Number (MRN)' even though they are the same business term, one just with an updated spelling.
With thousands of table-level assets and hundreds of thousands of column-level assets, this is simply unmanageable.
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