If you used the command "Retrieve Acoustic Ids" the Acoustid is stored in the mp3-tag. You can make it visible if you click in the view or edit window the little button in the right upper edge and choose there the visible columns for the window. (In the list of the selectable colums Acoustid and Acoustid-Fingerprint are near the end of the list.)
Another possibility is, you click on Preference -> Table -> Columns and there on the colume you like to see in Jaikoz.
using Jaikoz 9.4.1 NGS and as a backup Jaikoz 7.1.1
Hi, the problem is with exiftool, when a field can have multiple values it is only showing one of them
Note these two lines in your exiftool output:
User Defined Text : (MusicBrainz Release Track Id) a5635b86-8e39-3d02-8fc8-580fda64b082
User Defined URL : (DISCOGS_ARTIST) http://www.discogs.com/artist/135359
Now in Jaikoz do the following:
Enable View:Show View ID3 tabs Click on the ID3 Edit tab
Note that the User Defined url and User Defined Text Info columns have multiple values as shown by the numbers to the left of the field.
Double click on the numbers to show all the values shown for the fields.
Note that the User Defined text Info field contains the Acoustid plus other name value pairs but Exiftool is only showing one of them.