Example of the DC Job Overview page
Showing the Processed tab
|Progress||Current progress status of the job|
|Groups||Number of duplicate groups in your job. A group can contain multiple duplicate records.|
|Pairs||Number of duplicate pairs found. Each pair is formed by two duplicate records.|
|Records||The number of duplicate records that are found while running the job.|
|Average Score||The average matching percentage of all duplicate records in the job.|
When you expand a DC Job, you get to see more information about it.
Click on the arrow next to the job name to expand it:
|Started by||Shows the user who started the job|
|Started||Time and date job started|
|Finished||Time and date job finished|
|Last Duplicate Added||Time and date when the last duplicate record was added to the job|
|Scenario name||Name of the scenario used for this job|
|Records Analyzed||Number of records analyzed for this job|
The Action buttons are an important part of this page. Use these to process your results.
|View Results||Navigate to the DC Results page.|
||Export the job results in a .csv file format via DC Local. Learn more about the Export button in this article.|
|Restart||Restart the job.|
|Auto Merge||Start an automated merge job that will merge the duplicates with a threshold setting of your choice. Learn more about the auto merge button in this article.|
|Auto Convert||The Auto Convert button converts the duplicates found. Learn more about this feature and how to configure it in this article.|
|Delete||Delete the job. All unprocessed Records will remain untouched.|
|You can delete more than one job at a time. By checking the checkboxes next to job names, a "Delete X selected job(s)" clickable text will be shown in the top left corner of the page. Clicking on it will delete the selected jobs.|
Add New Job
|Opens the 'Start A New Job' panel. Learn more about this panel in this article.|
|Getting Started||Links to an installation guide and helpful information in our knowledge base.|
|Navigates to a helpful article in our knowledge base.|
|Job List Filter. Learn more in this article.|
|Expand or hide the details for all jobs.|
You can schedule Duplicate Check Jobs to find duplicate records in Salesforce on a regular basis.
At the Scheduled tab in the DC Job Overview page, you can view and configure scheduled jobs.