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Oracle® Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data Task Manager Reference Guide
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This reference guide is intended to explain the basic capabilities of the Oracle Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data Task Manager. It describes how to create and maintain tasks. The document is organized as follows:

Review of the following Enterprise DQ for Product documentation prior to the use of this guide is recommended:

To understand all of the features presented, you must use this reference guide in conjunction with the Enterprise DQ for Product documents listed in "Related Documents".


You should have a basic understanding of the DataLens Technology. Including the functionality of the Enterprise DQ for Product Knowledge Studio, how it recognizes and standardizes data, and the Enterprise DQ for Product Application Studio applications.

A thorough understanding of the material in this guide is required for the following customer personnel:

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Related Documents

For more information, see the following documents in the documentation set:

See the latest version of this and all documents in the Oracle Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data Documentation Web site at


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