When a user defined constituency is changed to another user defined value and the constituency stored value refresh process is run a query of the affected record does not reflect the change.

When an existing user defined constituency is changed to a different user defined constituency and then the constituency stored value refresh process is run the changes are not reflected in a query of that record.
To resolve we will need to delete the existing constituency and add the new constituency as appropriate.

Steps to Duplicate

1. Add a user defined constituency with start and end date

2. Run the constituency stored value refresh process

3. Create a query displaying all stored constituencies for the constituent used notice what is showed

4. Go to the constituent record and edit the constituency added to change it to a different user-defined value

5. Run the constituency stored value refresh process again

6. Run the query again, notice constituency that was changed is still displayed

Environment

 Blackbaud CRM
 4.0
 4.0.168

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