Using RecordType Name In Declarative Tools

 Just a quick hit to say that for some reason, when using declarative tools, when drilling into a Record Type Name, it gives two versions of the Name:

The 1st one resolves to RecordType.Name and the second to RecordType.DeveloperName. Usually the DeveloperName is name with underscores, i.e., Name = "General Template" and DeveloperName = "General_Template".



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