From time to time, it is necessary to adjust the Common Controls (CC). In summary, here are the adjustments and resulting outcomes;
Changed CC title for alignment of CC terminology
Results: Mandates will still match to the original CC.
Movement of a CC within the hierarchy for better placement
Results: Mandates will still match to the original CC. Implied (parent), sibling, and/or Implementation CCs will change.
Merged CC when two CCs map to similar Mandates
Results: Mandates mapped to the deprecated CC will now map to the persisting CC. If the Mandate was mapped to the deprecated CC, a new CC may be added to your list of CCs, and the deprecated one will no longer appear.
Deprecated CC when there are no longer any matching Mandates
Results: No impact, as only CCs that are not in Lists are deprecated.
New CC to Mandate mapping when a new CC is a far better match
Results: A new CC will be added to your list of CCs. The prior mapped CC may still appear if mapped to another Mandate.
Split CCs where two sets of mandates emerge to match better to two CCs
Results: Mandates mapped to the original CC will not be impacted. Mandates splitting to the new CC will result in a new CC in your list of CCs.
For details on Common Control Modifications, see our FAQ article Details on Common Control Modifications.
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