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For more information about using the Siebel Server Manager and administering component jobs, see Siebel System Administration Guide. In particular, read the chapters about the Siebel Enterprise Server architecture, using the Siebel Server Manager GUI, and using the Siebel Server Manager command-line interface.
You must run batch mode key generation on all existing records before you run real-time data matching. The SDQ Matching Server requires generated keys in the key tables first before you can run real-time data matching. The SDQ Universal Connector has a similar requirement, but the key generation is done within the deduplication task (which is the reason for running deduplication on all existing records first).
CAUTION: If you write custom Siebel scripting on business components used for data matching (such as Account, Contact, List Mgmt Prospective Contact, and so on), the modifications to the fields by the script execute in the background and may not trigger logic that activates user interface features. For example, the scripting may not trigger UI features such as pop-up windows that show potential matching records.
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