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WK Feed should alphabetize the Taxonomy drop down lists
Users have reported that the fields updated by the IBM WK Feed API: RCM-WK-Taxonomy:Regulator and RCM-WK-Taxonomy:Topic (among others) do not have their enum values alphabetized.
IBM WK API periodically adds new enums to these shared fields, which are used by Mandate and Submandate objects also. However the IBM WK API is not updating the order of the resulting enum list to be alphabetical.
Requesting a WK Feed API to reorder enum list after inserting new values into the enum list.
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