Support DESK

Follow

H1.9 Grouping Settings

Previous Article matchIT Hub Index Next Article 

From version 2.0.4.

Grouping mode is a subset of the functionality of Matching mode, and correspondingly requires a subset of the Matching settings.

<matching>
<outputs>...</outputs>
<advanced>...</advanced>
</matching>

Outputs

<outputs>
<types>
<groupedMatchingPairs enabled="" />
<matchingGroups enabled="true" />
<dedupedData enabled="" />
<duplicateData enabled="" />
</types>
</outputs>

Refer to Matching -> Outputs for further details.

Matching Pairs and Matched Data outputs are not available in Grouping mode

Output Options

<outputs>
<options>
<outputHeader enabled="true" />
<outputUniqueRefsOnly enabled="true" />
<outputComponentScores enabled="false" />
</options>
</outputs>

outputHeader: If enabled, then a header will be output for each output type, with the results to indicate the type of data for each column. Disable this setting to prevent the header from being output.

outputUniqueRefsOnly: This should be enabled/disabled to match the setting used in the preceding Matching mode run.

outputComponentScores: This should be enabled/disabled to match the setting used in the preceding Matching mode run.

outputUniqueRefsOnly and outputComponentScores should not both be enabled - i.e. if the input to Grouping mode has component scores it, these can't be interpreted correctly without an indication of which components were mapped in the first place.

Advanced

<advanced>
<bridgingPrevention>
<nameBridgingPrevention enabled="true" />
<prefixBridgingPrevention enabled="true" />
<companyBridgingPrevention enabled="true" />
<aggressiveSplitting enabled="false" />
<masterRecordIdentification enabled="true" />
</bridgingPrevention>
</advanced>

Bridging Prevention

Refer to Matching -> Bridging Prevention for further details.

Previous Article matchIT Hub Index Next Article 
Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful

0 Comments

Please sign in to leave a comment.