Table of Contents


  1. Preface
  2. Introduction to Informatica Cloud MDM - Customer 360 for Salesforce
  3. Configuring the Data Cleansing Settings
  4. Managing Batch Jobs
  5. Verifying Addresses, Email Addresses, and Phone Numbers
  6. Synchronizing Salesforce Records with CC360
  7. Managing Duplicate Records
  8. Consolidating Records
  9. Converting External Records to Salesforce Records
  10. Managing Hierarchies
  11. Integrating Cloud MDM - Customer 360 for Salesforce with Multidomain MDM
  12. Managing Multi-Org
  13. Troubleshooting
  14. Appendix A: Custom Settings
  15. Appendix B: Glossary

Duplicate Batch Jobs

Duplicate Batch Jobs

You can run the duplicate check batch jobs to detect duplicate accounts, contacts, leads, and custom objects in the database. The duplicate check batch jobs compile a list of duplicate pairs. Each duplicate pair consists of a master record and a duplicate record.
The duplicate check batch jobs perform the following tasks:
  1. Compares beans against other beans and master beans against other master beans that have the duplicate checked flag set to false.
  2. Stores the duplicate pairs in the Duplicates table.
  3. Sets the duplicate checked flag for the beans and the master beans to true.
You can run the following batch jobs to detect the duplicate records:
Duplicate Check
Detects the duplicate accounts. The duplicate check batch job matches a master bean against other master beans to identify the duplicate accounts.
Duplicate Contact Check
Detects the duplicate contacts, leads, and custom objects. The duplicate contact check batch job matches a bean against other beans to identify the duplicate contacts, leads, or custom objects.
After you detect duplicates, you can view the duplicate pairs. You can select the
Duplicate Accounts
tab to view the duplicate account pairs. You can select the
Other Duplicates
tab to view duplicate contact pairs, duplicate lead pairs, and duplicate custom object pairs.
You can run the batch jobs in the Jobs section of the
CC360 Admin
tab. For more information about running, scheduling, and managing the batch jobs, see Managing Batch Jobs.


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