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This task is a step in Process of Creating Advisor Feature Tables
For example, if your product is a sports car, make a list for each configurable feature. If the sports car comes with manual transmission, the user does not need to make a selection. Therefore, transmission is not a feature.
These feature values may also serve as answers to questions in an Advisor application. For example, in response to the question, "What exterior color would you like your car to have?" a user can select from a drop-down list of exterior colors.
Next, you must determine the possible values for each feature. For example, for the exterior color feature, determine what colors are offered. You populate the feature table with these values, for example Red, Black, and Silver.
NOTE: You can also use Trigger and Target feature tables to determine default values based on previous user selections. For more information, see Creating Trigger and Target Feature Tables.
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