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[Online Expert Day] Fields Missing from Rule Set Condition Editor

I have noticed that some fields (Phase and Open Status) are not available in the Rulet Set condition editor.  I have verified that the 'Available' column in the Data Policy is set to true for these fields.  What else could be preventing them from displaying? 

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Hi,

Can you elaborate more on this request? It is not clear where you are at and where are those options you do not see.

From what I read, it looks like the condition to display those options is not met but need to understand the exact scenario to review it.

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Sorry if I was unclear.  When attempting to add a Condition within a Rule Set, some fields are not available, particularly Phase and Open Status.  Please see the attached screenshots for clarification.

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After some further testing, it seems that all fields with a Data Policy 'Usage Type' = System are unavailable in the Rule Set Condition Editor.  If you change the 'Usage Type' to Application then the field is available. 

Is this true?  Is this necessary to do for all fields that need to be used in the Condition editor?  Is there any negative impacts to doing this?  I am on 9.34 PDCP3.

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