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RPLS 'Match Factor' Is Different Between 'Forward' And Forward In 'Both' Match Direction, When Using 'Exclusion Words'. (Doc ID 2598603.1)

Last updated on MAY 06, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Global Trade Management Cloud Service - Version 6.3.4 to 19 [Release 6.3 to 19]
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RPLS 'Match Factor' is different between 'Forward' And forward in 'Both' Match Direction, when using 'Exclusion Words'.

For all parties where the matched denied party has excluded words it is causing the match factor calculation to change between 'Forward' only match direction and forward calculation in 'Both' match direction.

This is causing some of the matches using Forward only to drop off when using 'Both' preference.




Excluded words: AND

Party Details: Company Name: ABC LAND ENGINEERING ; Country: USA

Service Parameters: nameCompany and Country

When you keep the excluded words "AND" for denied party (XYZ OIL AND GAS ENERGY ENGINEERING COMPANY), is evaluated in both as "XYZ OIL GAS ENERGY ENGINEERING COMPANY", then match factor for forward is dropping to 0.76 (below your threshold 0.81).

But for forward only the denied party is evaluated as "XYZ OIL AND GAS ENERGY ENGINEERING COMPANY" hence the calculation is matching "AND with LAND" is resulting in increased factor of 0.86 (above 0.81).





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