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Hi Weiren - you're referring to our Reference Data Management capabilities, correct? Today, we show the Code and Value within the ui as the [Code] - [Value]. Once you click on that item, you will see the Description as an attribute on that value. I've attached a screenshot of the UI here. The description is very clearly separate from the code and value. Is the issue you've raised here about how we list [Code] - [Value]?
Let's take an example that you have defined data as show in the following table format. When "Blue/Red" and "Yellow/Black" are presented to user for selection, there is no title of "Description,/Value", so a user have no idea, for example, if Yellow is a Value or Description?
Hi - I'm not quite sure what you mean by this feedback. Can you provide more information or send over a picture of what you're thinking, so I can imagine what your proposing?