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FAQ for Setup and Usage of DQM Profile Options for Oracle Customers Online and Receivables, Release 11i (Doc ID 565905.1)

Last updated on JUNE 21, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Trading Community - Version 11.5.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The objective of this document is to establish a guideline in setting up DQM and DQM profile options used for search, duplicate prevention and identification for TCA/OCO modules and also Receivables. 

Note:  This document was written specifically for Release 11i, although some of the information also applies to R12. The customer standard User Interface in R12 uses the new html, and Profile options for setting up DQM may have changed.


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In this Document
Questions and Answers
 Why use DQM?
 What are the logical entities for DQM?
 How does the DQM Engine work?
 Where should we create our Match Rules?
 What Table/View can be used to check for Tranformations?
 What are the setup steps to get the DQM engine running?
 What types of Match Rules are used by DQM ?
 What are the DQM system profiles that use match rules for Search Purposes?
 What are the DQM system profiles that use Expanded Duplicate Identification Rules?
 What are the DQM system profiles that use Bulk Duplicate
 What are the DQM Profiles that should be set for Simple Party Search screens – OCO
 Which DQM Profiles that should be set for Duplicate Prevention (Stops duplicates at Party Creation) OCO
 Which DQM Profiles that should be set for Customer Standard form – Search screen?
 Which DQM Profiles are used to identify and resolve duplicates using Smart Search?
 Which DQM Profiles used to identify and resolve duplicate using SDIB – Data Librarian ?
 What are DQM Profiles to map Smart Search Duplicates and Submit Merge – Data Librarian?
 What system profiles should be set for Contact Search and Duplicate Prevention?
 Still Have Questions?

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