Source Analysis fields are missing from a Constituent Marketing Information query

Even if the Record sources configuration has Source Analysis Rules set to capture smart field value data and marked as queryable, you might notice that the Source Analysis fields do not show up in a Constituent Marketing Information query.
To get the Source Analysis fields to show up in a Constituent Marketing Information query, follow the steps below.

1) Go to Record sources > Constituent Marketing Information > Source Analysis Rule tab
2) Click Edit fields
3) Highlight any field in the Constituent Marketing Information query view window (such as Address)
4) Click the + button to add it to the SAR fields section.
5) Highlight that field and delete it from that area (to confirm you have just added and removed that field from the SAR fields).
6) Click Save to exist the Edit source analysis rule form.
7) Go to Analysis > Information Library > Add an ad-hoc query > Constituent Marketing Information
8) Notice that the Source Analysis query field is now available.

Steps to Duplicate

1) Go to Record sources > Constituent Marketing Information > Source Analysis Rule tab
2) Verify that the smart fields present have a check under the columns, Capture data and Queryable.
3) Go to Analysis > Information Library > Add an ad-hoc query > Constituent Marketing Information
4) Notice that the Source Analysis query field isn't there.

Environment

 Blackbaud CRM
 4.0
 4.0.173.0

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