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Governance Artifacts search in WKC Categories should include Governance Artifakts from Subcategories
Consider the following Example: There is a Category "Driving Vehicles" with 2 subcategories (at the same level): "Automobile" and "Bicycle". Furthermore there is a Business Term "VW Beetle", categorized as "Automobile". Currently, within the section Organize->Data & AI Governance->Categories, I can select the "Driving Vehicles" Category and use the "search Categories" field in order to perform a search throughout all governance artifacts belonging to that category. However, Subcategories are not included in that search. If I search for "VW Beetle" in the "Driving Vehicles" category, there would not be a result. This is inconvenient.
The categories section is the only section that offers the possibilty to build well structured glossary areas. Users should be able to include sublevels when searching those glossary areas. Global search is not as convenient as this suggestions, since users cannot restrict their search to selected categories in global search.
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