Suspect match

Network automatically matches and merges records with a high confidenceClosed The degree to which a record comparison is considered a potential or true match. level; however, data steward intervention is required for records that are similar but not necessarily the same. These matches are called suspect matches, since the confidence level is not high enough to act on the match automatically. Suspect matching helps to preserve data quality by finding records that are potential duplicates.

Suspect matches are initiated through the following workflows:

Enabling this feature

Suspect match is enabled by default.

Match rules must be defined in source subscriptions so that suspect matches can be found.

User activities

The following activities are available depending on the user type:

The System and Data Admin user role combines the full capabilities of Data Stewards and Administrators.
Activity Standard User Data Steward Data Manager Administrator
Define match rules    
Run source subscription    
Analyze match logs    
Search for suspect matches  
View and assign suspect matches in the inbox  
Accept or reject suspect matches  
Report on suspect matches