Smart queries using Constituent Code Table Attributes as filters return no results when working in WebShell

When working in WebShell, a Smart Query using Constituent Code Table Attributes as a filter returns no results even though there are valid records with those attributes.  This same Smart Query will return results in ClickOnce.
We are currently evaluating this issue and will update this article when we have more information.

Workaround:  Process the Smart Query in ClickOnce

Environment

 3.0.516.34

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