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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 beginning 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 beginning or in the middle of the attribute value. 
  
-As you start typing, SAP CPQ searches through a custom table or a quote table that contains the particular attribute values. That narrows a list of results against what you typed. In the following sections, you will see some examples of how to set up an attribute of this type and how to use it in the configurator.+As you start typing, SAP CPQ searches through a custom table that contains the particular attribute values. That narrows a list of results against what you typed. In the following sections, you will see some examples of how to set up an attribute of this type and how to use it in the configurator.
  
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-This attribute type requires a [[adminhelp:productadministration:customtables|custom table]] or a [[adminhelp:quotesadministration:tables_on_quotes|quote table]] as the source of attribute values. As soon as you define a custom table or a quote table you can proceed with the creation of a new autocomplete attribute.+This attribute type requires a [[adminhelp:productadministration:customtables|custom table]] as the source of attribute values. As soon as you define a custom table you can proceed with the creation of a new autocomplete attribute.
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-You are free to select one or more columns from a custom table or a quote table as searchable columns. Additionally, you can define the display label of the column. Select a column and enter the label in the **Display Label** field. The label will automatically be appended to the original column name in the **Selected Searchable Columns** list. This feature enables administrators to create user-friendly display labels for users while keeping the original column name in **Setup**. The labels will display in the configurator in autocomplete attributes and on quotes in quote custom fields and quote item custom fields that use attributes sourced from custom tables.\\+You are free to select one or more columns from a custom table as searchable columns. Additionally, you can define the display label of the column. Select a column and enter the label in the **Display Label** field. The label will automatically be appended to the original column name in the **Selected Searchable Columns** list. This feature enables administrators to create user-friendly display labels for users while keeping the original column name in **Setup**. The labels will display in the configurator in autocomplete attributes and on quotes in quote custom fields and quote item custom fields that use attributes sourced from custom tables.\\
  
 If you select the **Show Only Distinct Values** checkbox, the system does not retrieve duplicate values from a column and only different values are displayed to users. This is applicable only when the same column is selected as the display and the value code column. If you select the **Show Only Distinct Values** checkbox, the system does not retrieve duplicate values from a column and only different values are displayed to users. This is applicable only when the same column is selected as the display and the value code column.
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