The DC Job overview page gives you the ability to run a batch job to identify all duplicate records in Salesforce, after which you can (automatically) process them. You can also check the status of currently running jobs and scheduled jobs, export reports, merge, convert and more.
||Current progress status of the job
||Number of duplicate groups in your job. A group can contain multiple duplicate records.
||Number of duplicate pairs found. Each pair is formed by 2 duplicate records
||The number of duplicate records that are found while running the job.
||The average matching percentage of all duplicate records in the job.
When a DC Job is expanded, it shows more information about it.
Click on the arrow next to the job name to expand it:
||Shows the user that started the job
||Time and date job started
||Time and date job finished
|Last Duplicate Added
||The time and date when the last duplicate record was added to the job
||Name of the scenario used for this job
||Numer of records analyzed for this job
The Action buttons are an important part of this page, they allow you to process your results.
||Navigates to the DC Results page
||Export results in a .cvs file format. Learn more about the Export button in this article.
||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
||The Auto Convert button converts the duplicates found. Learn more about this feature and how to configure it in this article.
||Deletes the job. All unprocessed Records will be untouched.
You can delete more that one job at a time. By checking the checkboxes next to job names, a "delete selected jobs" clickable text will be shown on the top right corner of the page. Clicking on it will delete the selected jobs.Clicking on the text will delete the selected jobs.
Duplicate Check is able to schedule Duplicate Check Jobs to find duplicate records in Salesforce.
At the scheduled tab in the DC Job Overview page, you will be able to see and configure new any scheduled jobs.