I noticed something odd in the way Uniqueness is worded when creating a new field.
The two radio buttons are worded as:
- Treat "ABC" and "abc" as duplicate values (case insensitive)
- Treat "ABC" and "abc" as different values (case sensitive)
Surely, if "ABC" and "abc" are treated as duplicate values, they'd be case sensitive (i.e. sensitive to the case the user uses)? And if "ABC" and "abc" are treated as different values, they'd be case insensitive (i.e. insensitive to whether or not the user uses "abc" or "ABC")?
Seems like a typo on Salesforce's side or am I misunderstanding something here?