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Is there a way to remove showing the Grandparent, Parent for items in searches without a formula?

Dear All

When running Reports, you can choose from using either Name or Name (Grouped) and get whichever version you want.

When running NS Searches however, no such option exists (as far as I know).

And instead, you must run a formula that contains a regular expression that strips everything beyond the first colon, like the following or its equivalents: LTRIM(regexp_substr({itemid},'[^:]*$'))

(bizarrely, this isn’t a workaround but the official solution, see SuiteAnswers 12046<>)

I know I can create a new field to embed the formula to source the item name, and I could use the Display name field, however, which has the end user name for displaying on websites.

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