Order in which Qualifier columns are honored in CSV remapping files. What is the order in which Qualifier Columns are honored in CSV remapping files when elements meet the criteria set in multiple Rows?
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1. Element Type2. Cell3. Class4. Color5. Weight6. LineStyleThis is the order that is used if only one Qualifier is set for eachrow. For example:- A file contains a Line that is Red (Color 3) and has a Weight of 3.- In the Level tab of the Remap CSV file has two separate Rows - Onehas the Color Qualifier Column set to 3 and the other has the WeightQualifier Column set to 3- When the file is remapped the line meets the criteria of both Rows.- Since only one row can be used to map the line to an Output Level, theorder listed above is used and the Line is mapped to the Level specifiedin the Row with the defined Color Qualifier Column.Note - The order can be changed by adding more Qualifiers to a Row.Each Column has a "weight" - the higher it is in the order, the more"weight" it has. If one Row has more Qualifiers then another, thatRow's "weight" is increased and has a better chance of being honoredover other Rows. So if the line that was described above also uses theLineStyle 3 and 3 is added to the LineStyle Column in the same row thatcontains 3 for the Weight Qualifier (this row now has the "weight" ofboth the LineStyle and Weight Qualifiers), that row will be honoredinstead of the Row that contains the Color Qualifier.It is important to know that just because a Row has more Qualifiers thenanother, this does not mean that the accumulative "weight" of that Rowwill be greater then a Row with fewer Qualifiers. For example, a rowthat has Qualifiers set for all 6 columns except the Element Type Columnwill not have more "weight" then a Row with just the Element TypeQualifier defined. In other words, a Row that contains an Element TypeQualifier will always be honored over all other Rows that do not containan Element Type Qualifier.