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If there’s a Curated and an Ingested Description, Which Will I See in Stemma?

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If Stemma ingests the description of a table or column (for example, from Snowflake) and you subsequently edit or replace that description in Stemma, Stemma users will see that curated description from then on, even if Stemma subsequently re-ingests the original Snowflake description (or any other version of it).

At present, Stemma does not provide a way for you to see both the Stemma description and the ingested description side by side.