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The skill and skill item tables are child and grandchild tables, respectively, of the object used to store skills, and skill items for assignment objects that are not stored as columns in the parent table itself. The employee skill table is used to store skills possessed by employees, such as languages spoken, product expertise, and so on. For example, for an employee who speaks English and Spanish, there is one record in the employee skill table that specifies the skill name as Language. There are also two records in the child employee skill item table that correspond to this skill record: one record for English, and another record for Spanish. For more information on how to assign skills to candidate objects, see Scenarios for Using Assignment Manager.
NOTE: You can also perform skill matching with other comparison methods. For more information about the comparison methods, see Assignment Criteria Comparison Methods.
Assignment Manager can also perform skill matching with expertise codes and can use weighting factors to assign weighted scores to different expertise codes. For more information on these topics, see About Assignment Skills, Expertise Codes, and Weighting Factors.
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