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The description will be added to the for the vt Friendly Name parameter.
Using the connection instead of a friendly name eliminates the need to create a connection with a friendly name (Hyp Create Connection) before using either connection function.
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For details on using the connection string with Hyp Connect and Hyp UIConnect, see the The Hs Get Value function can now be used to get values from cells with Smart List, text, or date formats.
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