To find duplicates of the necessary records:
ID. Search by the identifier of the etalon record. You can select if the value exists or not, as well as input a value in the text field: “Exact Value”, “Starts with”, “Contains”, “Similar to” and refine the criteria equal to “=” or unequal to “!=” (e.g. Contains or Does not contain the number “889”). Multiple criteria selection is available, in which case the “OR” logic is applied.
Rule name. Search by matching rules (drop-down list).
Set name. Search by rulesets (drop-down list).
Namespace. Search by location of records (entities/lookup entities) or a certain space (for example, the “Countries” lookup entity). Search by certain entity/lookup entity records (one or more) is also available.
Click the “Search” button.
As a result of the action, a table with found clusters of duplicate records will be displayed on the screen. Columns of the table display information about the number of found records in clusters and by which rules or sets of rules the clusters are formed (Figure 1).
If necessary, you can save the search query by clicking .
It is possible to switch between the criteria with the keyboard arrows. Select a criterion by pressing Enter. After selecting the criteria, move to the criteria line: press Esc. To switch to the next element press Tab
Figure 1. Table with clusters and added search criteria.