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The Matching Review function of the EDM allows you to view any object profiles that were automatically updated by the master index application as a result of an assumed match. You can reverse the assumed match if necessary. This section provides instructions for finding profiles updated by an assumed match and then reversing the update if necessary. Perform the following tasks to work with profiles that were automatically matched.
You can find object profiles that were updated by an assumed match using the Matching Review function of the EDM. When you search for assumed matches, you can select an object profile to view from a results list.
Figure 46 Assumed Match Page
Figure 47 Matching Review Search Page
One of the following occurs:
If more than one profile matches the search criteria, the Assumed Match Result page appears (for more information, see About Assumed Match Results Fields on the EDM). Continue to step 5.
If only one profile matches the search criteria, the Assumed Match page appears with a comparison of the two profiles that were combined with the differences between the two profiles highlighted in blue. Skip to step 6.
Figure 48 Assumed Match Results List
The Assumed Match page appears with the parent object of the SBR displayed.
Table 11 Assumed Match Results Fields
If you find that an assumed match was made in error, you can reverse the assumed match. This process returns the updated object profile to its status just prior to the assumed match update, creates a new object profile for the record that caused the assumed match, and recalculates the SBR for the existing profile.
A confirmation dialog box appears, providing the EUID number of the new profile that will be created as a result of reversing the match.
The assumed match is reversed, the updated profile is returned to its state prior to the assumed match, and a new object profile is created for the system record that caused the assumed match. Any changes that were made after the assumed match but before reversing the assumed match are retained.