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Numeric 2 Classification - 6 Columns

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11-01-2018

how can we simply import numbers in Numeric 2 classification type? Assuming the numeric 2 classification name is "amount". How do we configure each of these columns generated for it? Which one are optional and

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Some examples for Numeric 2 might be able to help you here: Examples

Additionally, if you're just using 'amount' and that's it, you should be able to get away with using standard numeric classifications.

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