You can design queries so that the user is asked to provide specific criteria when they run the query. For example, you could design a query that displays all incidents, but prompts the user to select the incident status, so that with a single query design users can display lists of open incidents, resolved incidents, and so on.
If you don't type a Description on the Criteria dialog, the prompt dialog for the query displays the name of the attribute that is stored in the database.
If you do type a Description, the prompt dialog for the query replaces the name of the attribute with the Description.
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