In lookup file editor 3.3.1, I found that if the application label includes certain special characters, in this case parentheses, the app dropdown results in "No matching records found"
For example if my application label is "Test (test)", then on the global screen of the lookup editor I can see the lookups within the application.
However if I choose the app from the dropdown menu, then No matching records found appears.
To be clear, if I rename the label of the app (not the app itself) to test_test the filtering in the lookup editor app works just fine
The app directory on disk never had the parentheses in it...(only the label)
Are the names fixed and unchangeable ? Would it be easier for you to define a strict naming convention for knowledge objects to avoid having special characters in them ? That would save you a lot of time and trouble. It will also allow you to sort more easily on the objects and group them as needed.
sales_products.csv would be easier to maintain compared to
test (test) sales
@DavidHourani perhaps my wording was not clear enough. It is the application label that matters, not the CSV file name. We would not let someone use special characters in the CSV / lookup name itself.
As a workaround we have changed the label of the applications in question, but when the application label is Test ( test ), then the lookup editor shows 0 lookups when filtering to it...
But the lookups remain visible if you do not narrow down to the app within the lookup editor.
Changing the application label resolves the issue.