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adminhelp:productadministration:pattributes:attributeautocomplete [2018/10/05 07:40]
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adminhelp:productadministration:pattributes:attributeautocomplete [2018/12/03 02:56] (current)
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 This type of attribute is a good choice for attributes with a lot of textual values. You can search for the desired attribute value by typing letters that are contained in the attribute value, no matter if letters are located at the begining or in the middle of the attribute value.  This type of attribute is a good choice for attributes with a lot of textual values. You can search for the desired attribute value by typing letters that are contained in the attribute value, no matter if letters are located at the begining or in the middle of the attribute value. 
  
-As you start typing, CPQ searches through a custom table that contains values for the particular attribute. That narrows a list of results against what you typed. In the following sections, you will see some examples how to set up an attribute of this type and its use in the configurator.+As you start typing, SAP CPQ searches through a custom table that contains values for the particular attribute. That narrows a list of results against what you typed. In the following sections, you will see some examples how to set up an attribute of this type and its use in the configurator.
  
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   * Click **Save** button   * Click **Save** button
  
-Now, once you in the configurator you are able to enter one value (first name, last name or city), or any combination of three, separated with space and comma. CPQ will search through your custom table and will display the result(s) that match(es) in drop box. Notice on the Figure I how CPQ displays only First Name and Last Name as search result. This is because we selected those two fields while defining autocomplete attribute. +Now, once you in the configurator you are able to enter one value (first name, last name or city), or any combination of three, separated with space and comma. SAP CPQ will search through your custom table and will display the result(s) that match(es) in drop box. Notice on the Figure I how SAP CPQ displays only First Name and Last Name as search result. This is because we selected those two fields while defining autocomplete attribute. 
  
-Once you select some value, CPQ will display the selected value in configurator. In this case CPQ displays name of the city, because we selected field city whose selected value code we wanted to be displayed.+Once you select some value, SAP CPQ will display the selected value in configurator. In this case SAP CPQ displays name of the city, because we selected field city whose selected value code we wanted to be displayed.
  
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-You can make this precondition as complex as you can imagine and model using our standard CPQ formula builder. Take a look at next two examples.+You can make this precondition as complex as you can imagine and model using our standard SAP CPQ formula builder. Take a look at next two examples.
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