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Oracle® Trading Community Architecture
Reference Guide Release 12.1
Part No. E13569-04

August 2010

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Contents

Send Us Your Comments Preface 1 Bulk Import
Bulk Import Interface Tables.................................................................................................... 1-1 HZ_IMP_ADDRESSES_INT.....................................................................................................1-2 HZ_IMP_ADDRESSUSES_INT................................................................................................1-7 HZ_IMP_CLASSIFICS_INT..................................................................................................... 1-9 HZ_IMP_CONTACTPTS_INT............................................................................................... 1-11 HZ_IMP_CONTACTROLES_INT.......................................................................................... 1-16 HZ_IMP_CONTACTS_INT.................................................................................................... 1-18 HZ_IMP_CREDITRTNGS_INT..............................................................................................1-21 HZ_IMP_FINNUMBERS_INT................................................................................................ 1-28 HZ_IMP_FINREPORTS_INT................................................................................................. 1-30 HZ_IMP_PARTIES_INT......................................................................................................... 1-33 HZ_IMP_RELSHIPS_INT....................................................................................................... 1-43

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Customer Interface
Customer Interface and Bulk Import........................................................................................ 2-1 Customer Interface Table Descriptions and Validation.......................................................... 2-1

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D&B Data Elements
D&B Data Elements Overview................................................................................................. 3-1 General Data Elements.............................................................................................................. 3-1 Financial Data Elements.......................................................................................................... 3-16

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Seeded Relationship Types, Phrases, and Roles
Relationship Types.................................................................................................................... 4-1 Relationship Phrase and Role Pairs.......................................................................................... 4-5 Relationship Phrase and Role Pair Codes.............................................................................. 4-13

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Seeded Word Replacement Lists
Seeded Word Replacement Lists............................................................................................... 5-1 ADDRESS_DICTIONARY....................................................................................................... 5-2 DOMAIN_NAME_DICTIONARY......................................................................................... 5-20 EXPANDED_PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY.................................................................... 5-21 KEY MODIFIERS.................................................................................................................. 5-153 ORGANIZATION_NAME_DICTIONARY......................................................................... 5-156 PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY......................................................................................... 5-159 US_STATE_DICTIONARY.................................................................................................. 5-202

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Seeded Attributes and Transformations
Seeded Attributes...................................................................................................................... 6-1 Party Attributes................................................................................................................... 6-2 Address Attributes............................................................................................................. 6-12 Contact Attributes.............................................................................................................. 6-14 Contact Point Attributes.................................................................................................... 6-16 Seeded Transformations......................................................................................................... 6-18

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Seeded Match Rules
Seeded Match Rules.................................................................................................................. 7-2 General Match Rules.......................................................................................................... 7-2 Feature-Specific Match Rules............................................................................................. 7-4 BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL ORGANIZATIONS..................................................................7-5 BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL PARTIES................................................................................... 7-8 BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL PERSONS............................................................................... 7-10 CREDIT MANAGEMENT SEARCH...................................................................................... 7-12 DL ADDRESS AND RELATIONSHIP SEARCH.................................................................. 7-14 DL ADDRESS DEFAULT....................................................................................................... 7-17 DL RELATIONSHIP DEFAULT............................................................................................. 7-19 DL SMART SEARCH.............................................................................................................. 7-21 DL SYSTEM DUPLICATE IDENTIFICATION..................................................................... 7-23 HZ_CONTACT_ADV_SEARCH_MATCH_RULE................................................................ 7-25 HZ_CONTACT_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE ...........................................................................7-28

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HZ_ORG_ADV_SEARCH_RULE........................................................................................... 7-29 HZ_ORG_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE...................................................................................... 7-32 HZ_PERSON_ADVANCED_SEARCH_MATCH_RULE...................................................... 7-33 HZ_PERSON_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE............................................................................... 7-36 INTEGRATION SERVICES: IDENTICAL ORGANIZATIONS........................................... 7-38 INTEGRATION SERVICES: IDENTICAL PERSONS.......................................................... 7-40 RM SEARCH RULE................................................................................................................. 7-43 SAMPLE: ADDRESS_ORGANIZATIONS............................................................................ 7-46 SAMPLE: ADDRESS_PERSONS............................................................................................ 7-48 SAMPLE: ADVANCED SEARCH RULE................................................................................ 7-49 SAMPLE: BASIC SEARCH RULE.......................................................................................... 7-53 SAMPLE: ORGANIZATIONS_OPTIMIZED........................................................................ 7-56 SAMPLE: PERSON_OPTIMIZED.......................................................................................... 7-57 SAMPLE: SEARCH................................................................................................................. 7-59 SAMPLE: SEARCH ADDRESS ORGANIZATIONS EXACT............................................... 7-61 SAMPLE: SEARCH EXACT.................................................................................................... 7-63 SAMPLE: SEARCH SIMILAR ORGANIZATION EXACT................................................... 7-66 SAMPLE: SEARCH SIMILAR PERSON EXACT................................................................... 7-68 SAMPLE: SIMILAR_ORGANIZATION................................................................................ 7-70 SAMPLE: SIMILAR_PERSON................................................................................................ 7-72

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Party and Account Merge Impact
Party and Account Merge Impact Overview.............................................................................8-1 Party Merge Impact................................................................................................................... 8-2 Party Merge Impact Reference by Application...................................................................... 8-22 Account Merge Impact............................................................................................................ 8-36 Account Merge Impact Reference by Application................................................................. 8-49

Glossary Index

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Preface

Intended Audience
Welcome to Release 12.1 of the Oracle Trading Community Architecture Reference Guide. This guide assumes you have a working knowledge of the following: • • The principles and customary practices of your business area. Computer desktop application usage and terminology.

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Structure
1 Bulk Import

This chapter describes about bulk import.
2 Customer Interface

This chapter describes about the customer interface.
3 D&B Data Elements

This chapter describes about the D&B elements.
4 Seeded Relationship Types, Phrases, and Roles

This chapter describes the seeded relationship types, phrases, and roles.
5 Seeded Word Replacement Lists

This chapter describes about the seeded word replacement lists.
6 Seeded Attributes and Transformations

This chapter describes about seeded attributes and transformations.
7 Seeded Match Rules

This chapter describes the seeded match rules.
8 Party and Account Merge Impact

This chapter describes the impact of party and account merge.
Glossary

Related Information Sources
You can choose from many sources of information, including online documentation, training, and support services, to increase your knowledge and understanding of Oracle Trading Community Architecture.

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Integration Repository
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Guides Related to All Products
Oracle E-Business Suite User's Guide
This guide explains how to navigate, enter data, query, and run reports using the user interface (UI) of Oracle E-Business Suite. This guide also includes information on setting user profiles, as well as running and reviewing concurrent programs. You can access this guide online by choosing "Getting Started with Oracle Applications" from any Oracle E-Business Suite product help file.

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Guides Related to This Product
Oracle Customer Data Librarian Implementation Guide
Oracle Customer Data Librarian includes all of the functionality of Oracle Customers Online with the additional features of maintaining the quality of customer data. Therefore, you must first implement Oracle Customers Online fully. Then, use this guide to assign responsibilities and access to users and set the necessary profile options for data librarian deployment, data import, mapping, search and duplication removal, and data security.

Oracle Customer Data Librarian User Guide
Oracle Customer Data Librarian enables you to import customer information from external systems into the Oracle Trading Community Architecture Registry and manage the quality of this information. Quality includes data consolidation and completeness and the removal or merge of duplicate and unnecessary information. In addition, Oracle Customer Data Librarian contains all of the features in Oracle Customers Online, including purchasing information from D&B to enrich your customer data and mapping customer records to their source systems.

Oracle Customers Online Implementation Guide
This guide describes how to set up customer accounts, set up additional display attributes, set up data quality management, define the source systems for customer data and map customers to the source system. Before you can use Oracle Customers Online, you must implement Oracle Common Application Calendar, Oracle Customer Interaction History, and Oracle Trading Community Architecture. Oracle Customers Online features and data come from the marketing and sales applications and the additional applications of Oracle Order Management, Oracle Credit Management, and Oracle Receivables.

Oracle Customers Online User Guide
Oracle Customers Online enables you to view, create, and maintain customer or party information, create customer relationships and hierarchies, manage tasks and employees for your organization, and use reports to view customer profile trends and data quality information. You can import customer data from external sources, and administer and control the usage of this data across the Oracle E-Business Suite.

Oracle Financials Implementation Guide
This guide describes how to implement the Oracle Financials E-Business Suite. It takes you through the steps of setting up your organizations, including legal entities, and their accounting, using the Accounting Setup Manager. You can find information on intercompany accounting and sequencing of accounting entries with relevant examples.

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Oracle Receivables Implementation Guide
This guide provides you with information on how to implement Oracle Receivables for your business activities. It helps you to set up your accounting distributions, your accounting structure, and various rules used to process transactions for accounting, charges, payments, and collections. You can learn how to use descriptive flexfields, Receivables system options, lookups, and profiles options to customize application behavior and define comprehensive defaults that Receivables uses to make data entry more efficient and accurate.

Oracle Receivables Reference Guide
This guide describes the APIs and open interfaces that Oracle Receivables provides. You can use these to extend Oracle Receivables functionality. For example, you can learn how to use AutoLockbox to create and apply receipts and AutoInvoice to import and validate transactions from other systems. You can also learn how to archive and purge Receivables data.

Oracle Receivables User Guide
This guide provides you with information on how to use Oracle Receivables. Use this guide to learn how to create and maintain transactions and bills receivable, enter and apply receipts, enter customer information, and manage revenue. This guide also includes information about accounting in Receivables. Use the Standard Navigation Paths appendix to find out how to access each Receivables window.

Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide
This guide enables you to define entities in the TCA Registry, create relationships, search, prevent duplication, and control access. In addtion, you can use this guide to define time zones and phone formats, configure adapters for the processing of data in the TCA Registry, define sources that provide data for specific entities, and create user-defined attributes to extend the registry. You can administer these TCA tools and features from the Administration tab using the Trading Community Manager responsibility. This tab is also available in Oracle Customers Online and Oracle Customer Data Librarian.

Oracle Trading Community Architecture Technical Implementation Guide
This guide provides technical information on the various integration features such as APIs and business events that you can avail to connect into external systems and transact data between these systems through a data hub using the Trading Community Architecture data model. This means that you can create or update in one system and ensure that the change is reflected in the other systems. You can manipulate data at the granular Oracle Trading Community Architecture entity level such as party site or party relationship or at the higher business object level such as person. Use this guide to learn about available APIs, their functions, parameters, and validations and how to use

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them. You can also find details on the business events and how to subscribe to them.

Oracle Trading Community Architecture User Guide
Oracle Trading Community Architecture (TCA) maintains information including relationships about parties, customers, organizations, and locations that belong to your commercial community in the TCA Registry. This guide enables you to use the features and user interfaces provided by TCA and by other Oracle E-Business Suite applications to view, create, and update Registry information. For example, you can import batches of party data in bulk from external source systems into the TCA Registry, merge duplicate parties, sites, and customer accounts, generate time zones for phones and locations, and run various customer reports.

Installation and System Administration
Maintaining Oracle E-Business Suite Documentation Set
This documentation set provides maintenance and patching information for the Oracle E-Business Suite DBA. Oracle E-Business Suite Maintenance Procedures provides a description of the strategies, related tasks, and troubleshooting activities that will help ensure the continued smooth running of an Oracle E-Business Suite system. Oracle E-Business Suite Maintenance Utilities describes the Oracle E-Business Suite utilities that are supplied with Oracle E-Business Suite and used to maintain the application file system and database. It also provides a detailed description of the numerous options available to meet specific operational requirements. Oracle E-Business Suite Patching Procedures explains how to patch an Oracle E-Business Suite system, covering the key concepts and strategies. Also included are recommendations for optimizing typical patching operations and reducing downtime.

Oracle Alert User's Guide
This guide explains how to define periodic and event alerts to monitor the status of your Oracle E-Business Suite data.

Oracle E-Business Suite Concepts
This book is intended for all those planning to deploy Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12, or contemplating significant changes to a configuration. After describing the Oracle E-Business Suite architecture and technology stack, it focuses on strategic topics, giving a broad outline of the actions needed to achieve a particular goal, plus the installation and configuration choices that may be available.

Oracle E-Business Suite CRM System Administrator's Guide
This manual describes how to implement the CRM Technology Foundation (JTT) and use its System Administrator Console.

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Oracle E-Business Suite Developer's Guide
This guide contains the coding standards followed by the Oracle E-Business Suite development staff. It describes the Oracle Application Object Library components needed to implement the Oracle E-Business Suite user interface described in the Oracle E-Business Suite User Interface Standards for Forms-Based Products. It also provides information to help you build your custom Oracle Forms Developer forms so that they integrate with Oracle E-Business Suite. In addition, this guide has information for customizations in features such as concurrent programs, flexfields, messages, and logging.

Oracle E-Business Suite Installation Guide: Using Rapid Install
This book is intended for use by anyone who is responsible for installing or upgrading Oracle E-Business Suite. It provides instructions for running Rapid Install either to carry out a fresh installation of Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12, or as part of an upgrade from Release 11i to Release 12. The book also describes the steps needed to install the technology stack components only, for the special situations where this is applicable.

Oracle E-Business Suite System Administrator's Guide Documentation Set
This documentation set provides planning and reference information for the Oracle E-Business Suite System Administrator. Oracle E-Business Suite System Administrator's Guide - Configuration contains information on system configuration steps, including defining concurrent programs and managers, enabling Oracle Applications Manager features, and setting up printers and online help. Oracle E-Business Suite System Administrator's Guide - Maintenance provides information for frequent tasks such as monitoring your system with Oracle Applications Manager, administering Oracle E-Business Suite Secure Enterprise Search, managing concurrent managers and reports, using diagnostic utilities including logging, managing profile options, and using alerts. Oracle E-Business Suite System Administrator's Guide - Security describes User Management, data security, function security, auditing, and security configurations.

Oracle E-Business Suite User Interface Standards for Forms-Based Products
This guide contains the user interface (UI) standards followed by the Oracle E-Business Suite development staff. It describes the UI for the Oracle E-Business Suite products and tells you how to apply this UI to the design of an application built by using Oracle Forms.

Other Implementation Documentation
Oracle Applications Multiple Organizations Implementation Guide
This guide describes how to set up multiple organizations and the relationships among them in a single installation of an Oracle E-Business Suite product such that transactions flow smoothly through and among organizations that can be ledgers, business groups,

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legal entities, operating units, or inventory organizations. You can use this guide to assign operating units to a security profile and assign this profile to responsibilities such that a user can access data for multiple operation units from a single responsibility. In addition, this guide describes how to set up reporting to generate reports at different levels and for different contexts. Reporting levels can be ledger or operating unit while reporting context is a named entity in the selected reporting level.

Oracle Approvals Management Implementation Guide
This guide describes transaction attributes, conditions, actions, and approver groups that you can use to define approval rules for your business. These rules govern the process for approving transactions in an integrated Oracle application. You can define approvals by job, supervisor hierarchy, positions, or by lists of individuals created either at the time you set up the approval rule or generated dynamically when the rule is invoked. You can learn how to link different approval methods together and how to run approval processes in parallel to shorten transaction approval process time.

Oracle Diagnostics Framework User's Guide
This guide contains information on implementing, administering, and developing diagnostics tests for Oracle E-Business Suite using the Oracle Diagnostics Framework.

Oracle E-Business Suite Flexfields Guide
This guide provides flexfields planning, setup and reference information for the Oracle E-Business Suite implementation team, as well as for users responsible for the ongoing maintenance of Oracle E-Business Suite product data. This guide also provides information on creating custom reports on flexfields data.

Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway Implementation Guide
This guide explains the details of how integration repository administrators can manage and administer the entire service enablement process based on the service-oriented architecture (SOA) for both native packaged public integration interfaces and composite services - BPEL type. It also describes how to invoke Web services from Oracle E-Business Suite by working with Oracle Workflow Business Event System, manage Web service security, and monitor SOAP messages.

Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway User's Guide
This guide describes how users can browse and view the integration interface definitions and services that reside in Oracle Integration Repository.

Oracle e-Commerce Gateway Implementation Manual
This guide describes implementation details, highlighting additional setup steps needed for trading partners, code conversion, and Oracle E-Business Suite. It also provides architecture guidelines for transaction interface files, troubleshooting information, and a

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description of how to customize EDI transactions.

Oracle e-Commerce Gateway User's Guide
This guide describes the functionality of Oracle e-Commerce Gateway and the necessary setup steps in order for Oracle E-Business Suite to conduct business with trading partners through Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). It also describes how to run extract programs for outbound transactions, import programs for inbound transactions, and the relevant reports.

Oracle iSetup User's Guide
This guide describes how to use Oracle iSetup to migrate data between different instances of the Oracle E-Business Suite and generate reports. It also includes configuration information, instance mapping, and seeded templates used for data migration.

Oracle Product Lifecycle Management Implementation Guide
This guide describes how you can define hierarchies of items using structure types, catalogs, and catalog categories, and define change categories and configure them for revised items or request lines. Oracle Product Lifecycle Management provides several predefined catalogs such as the Product Catalog, Asset Catalog, and the Service Catalog and predefined change categories such as change orders and ideas. Use this guide to learn how to define additional catalogs for browsing and reporting purposes and new change categories specific to your business needs. You can then learn how to set up users and responsibilities that provide or restrict access to these catalogs, catalog items, and change management objects.

Oracle Product Lifecycle Management User Guide
This guide describes how to create and manage catalogs, create and maintain product attributes and attribute values, and manage item statuses and lifecycle phases. You can learn how to create change categories, create task templates for change orders, and create change management reports. In addition, you can use this guide to create roles, map roles to privileges, and maintain these roles.

Oracle Web Applications Desktop Integrator Implementation and Administration Guide
Oracle Web Applications Desktop Integrator brings Oracle E-Business Suite functionality to a spreadsheet, where familiar data entry and modeling techniques can be used to complete Oracle E-Business Suite tasks. You can create formatted spreadsheets on your desktop that allow you to download, view, edit, and create Oracle E-Business Suite data, which you can then upload. This guide describes how to implement Oracle Web Applications Desktop Integrator and how to define mappings, layouts, style sheets, and other setup options.

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Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide
This guide explains how to complete the setup steps necessary for any Oracle E-Business Suite product that includes workflow-enabled processes. It also describes how to manage workflow processes and business events using Oracle Applications Manager, how to monitor the progress of runtime workflow processes, and how to administer notifications sent to workflow users.

Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide
This guide explains how to define new workflow business processes and customize existing workflow processes embedded in Oracle E-Business Suite. It also describes how to define and customize business events and event subscriptions.

Oracle Workflow User's Guide
This guide describes how Oracle E-Business Suite users can view and respond to workflow notifications and monitor the progress of their workflow processes.

Oracle XML Gateway User's Guide
This guide describes Oracle XML Gateway functionality and each component of the Oracle XML Gateway architecture, including Message Designer, Oracle XML Gateway Setup, Execution Engine, Message Queues, and Oracle Transport Agent. It also explains how to use Collaboration History that records all business transactions and messages exchanged with trading partners. The integrations with Oracle Workflow Business Event System, and the Business-to-Business transactions are also addressed in this guide.

Oracle XML Publisher Administration and Developer's Guide
Oracle XML Publisher is a template-based reporting solution that merges XML data with templates in RTF or PDF format to produce outputs to meet a variety of business needs. Outputs include: PDF, HTML, Excel, RTF, and eText (for EDI and EFT transactions). Oracle XML Publisher can be used to generate reports based on existing Oracle E-Business Suite report data, or you can use Oracle XML Publisher's data extraction engine to build your own queries. Oracle XML Publisher also provides a robust set of APIs to manage delivery of your reports via e-mail, fax, secure FTP, printer, WebDav, and more. This guide describes how to set up and administer Oracle XML Publisher as well as how to use the Application Programming Interface to build custom solutions. This guide is available through the Oracle E-Business Suite online help.

Oracle XML Publisher Report Designer's Guide
Oracle XML Publisher is a template-based reporting solution that merges XML data with templates in RTF or PDF format to produce a variety of outputs to meet a variety

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of business needs. Using Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat as the design tool, you can create pixel-perfect reports from the Oracle E-Business Suite. Use this guide to design your report layouts. This guide is available through the Oracle E-Business Suite online help.

Training and Support
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Do Not Use Database Tools to Modify Oracle E-Business Suite Data
Oracle STRONGLY RECOMMENDS that you never use SQL*Plus, Oracle Data Browser, database triggers, or any other tool to modify Oracle E-Business Suite data unless otherwise instructed. Oracle provides powerful tools you can use to create, store, change, retrieve, and maintain information in an Oracle database. But if you use Oracle tools such as SQL*Plus to modify Oracle E-Business Suite data, you risk destroying the integrity of your data and you lose the ability to audit changes to your data. Because Oracle E-Business Suite tables are interrelated, any change you make using an Oracle E-Business Suite form can update many tables at once. But when you modify Oracle E-Business Suite data using anything other than Oracle E-Business Suite, you may change a row in one table without making corresponding changes in related tables. If your tables get out of synchronization with each other, you risk retrieving erroneous information and you risk unpredictable results throughout Oracle E-Business Suite. When you use Oracle E-Business Suite to modify your data, Oracle E-Business Suite

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automatically checks that your changes are valid. Oracle E-Business Suite also keeps track of who changes information. If you enter information into database tables using database tools, you may store invalid information. You also lose the ability to track who has changed your information because SQL*Plus and other database tools do not keep a record of changes.

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Bulk Import
This chapter describes about bulk import. This chapter covers the following topics: • • • • • • • • • • • • Bulk Import Interface Tables HZ_IMP_ADDRESSES_INT HZ_IMP_ADDRESSUSES_INT HZ_IMP_CLASSIFICS_INT HZ_IMP_CONTACTPTS_INT HZ_IMP_CONTACTROLES_INT HZ_IMP_CONTACTS_INT HZ_IMP_CREDITRTNGS_INT HZ_IMP_FINNUMBERS_INT HZ_IMP_FINREPORTS_INT HZ_IMP_PARTIES_INT HZ_IMP_RELSHIPS_INT

Bulk Import Interface Tables
The interface tables for TCA Bulk Import are: • • • • HZ_IMP_ADDRESSES_INT, page 1-2 HZ_IMP_ADDRESSUSES_INT, page 1-7 HZ_IMP_CLASSIFICS_INT, page 1-9 HZ_IMP_CONTACTPTS_INT, page 1-11

Bulk Import 1-1

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HZ_IMP_CONTACTROLES_INT, page 1-16 HZ_IMP_CONTACTS_INT, page 1-18 HZ_IMP_CREDITRTNGS_INT, page 1-21 HZ_IMP_FINNUMBERS_INT, page 1-28 HZ_IMP_FINREPORTS_INT, page 1-30 HZ_IMP_PARTIES_INT, page 1-33 HZ_IMP_RELSHIPS_INT, page 1-43

Aside from the validations specified for each column, you should also be familiar with general validations that apply for entering data, for example through user interfaces. If a column is described as not updateable, the import process ignores any passed value unless specified otherwise. This rule applies only to interface table records that update existing records in the TCA Registry. Refer to the Oracle eBusiness Suite Electronic Technical Reference Manual for additional information about the interface tables, including: • • • • Description of the column value Data type Column length Requirement, whether the column needs a value or can be left null

Related Topics
Loading Data into the Interface Tables, Oracle Trading Community Architecture User Guide

HZ_IMP_ADDRESSES_INT
The HZ_IMP_ADDRESSES_INT table contains address information to be imported into these TCA tables: • • HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_PARTY_SITES

This table lists the columns in the interface table, as well as the validation and destination.

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Column BATCH_ID PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM

Validation Mandatory

Destination None HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFEREN CE SITE_ORIG_SYSTEM

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

SITE_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE None None HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS1

INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG CORRECT_MOVE_INDICATOR ADDRESS1

I, U, or NULL C, M, or NULL



Mandatory for records to be inserted as new Cannot be updated to NULL



ADDRESS2 ADDRESS3 ADDRESS4 ADDRESS_LINES_PHONETIC

None None None None

HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS2 HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS3 HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS4 HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS_LINES _PHONETIC HZ_LOCATIONS.CITY HZ_LOCATIONS.CLLI_CODE

CITY CLLI_CODE

None None

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Column COUNTRY

Validation

Destination HZ_LOCATIONS.COUNTRY



Mandatory for records to be inserted as new Cannot be updated to NULL Foreign key to FND_TERRITORIES.TERRITOR Y_CODE

• •

COUNTY DELIVERY_POINT_CODE

None None

HZ_LOCATIONS.COUNTY HZ_LOCATIONS.DELIVERY_POIN T_CODE HZ_LOCATIONS.DESCRIPTION HZ_LOCATIONS.LANGUAGE

DESCRIPTION LANGUAGE

None Foreign key to FND_LANGUAGES.LANGUAGE_ CODE with INSTALLED_FLAG in B (Base Language) or I (Installed Language) None

LOCATION_DIRECTIONS

HZ_LOCATIONS.LOCATION_DIR ECTIONS HZ_LOCATIONS.POSTAL_CODE HZ_LOCATIONS.POSTAL_PLUS4_ CODE HZ_LOCATIONS.PROVINCE HZ_LOCATIONS.SALES_TAX_GE OCODE HZ_LOCATIONS.SALES_TAX_INS IDE_CITY_LIMITS HZ_LOCATIONS.SHORT_DESCRI PTION HZ_LOCATIONS.STATE

POSTAL_CODE POSTAL_PLUS4_CODE

None None

PROVINCE SALES_TAX_GEOCODE

None None

SALES_TAX_INSIDE_CITY_LIMITS

None

SHORT_DESCRIPTION

None

STATE

None

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Column TIMEZONE_CODE

Validation Foreign key to HZ_TIMEZONES.TIMEZONE_ID None

Destination HZ_LOCATIONS.TIMEZONE_ID

ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

HZ_LOCATIONS.ATTRIBUTE_CA TEGORY HZ_LOCATIONS.ATTRIBUTE1 to HZ_LOCATIONS.ATTRIBUTE20 HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS1

ATTRIBUTE1 to ATTRIBUTE20

None

ADDRESS1_STD



Mandatory for records to be inserted as new Cannot be updated to NULL



ADDRESS2_STD ADDRESS3_STD ADDRESS4_STD CITY_STD PROV_STATE_ADMIN_CODE_ST D

None None None None None

HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS2 HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS3 HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS4 HZ_LOCATIONS.CITY HZ_LOCATIONS.STATE if HZ_IMP_ADDRESSES_INT.STATE is not null. Otherwise, HZ_LOCATIONS.PROVINCE if HZ_IMP_ADDRESSES_INT.PROVI NCE is not null. If both HZ_IMP_ADDRESSES_INT.STATE and HZ_IMP_ADDRESSES_INT.PROVI NCE are null, then HZ_LOCATIONS.STATE.

COUNTY_STD

None

HZ_LOCATIONS.COUNTY

Bulk Import 1-5

Column COUNTRY_STD

Validation

Destination HZ_LOCATIONS.COUNTRY

• •

Mandatory Foreign key to FND_TERRITORIES.TERRITOR Y_CODE

POSTAL_CODE_STD ACCEPT_STANDARDIZED_FLAG ADAPTER_CONTENT_SOURCE ADDR_VALID_STATUS_CODE

None None None Populate only if ACCEPT_STANDARDIZED_FLAG is Y

HZ_LOCATIONS.POSTAL_CODE None None HZ_LOCATIONS.VALIDATION_S TATUS_CODE

DATE_VALIDATED



Populate only if ACCEPT_STANDARDIZED_FL AG is Y Cannot pass for update if CONTENT_SOURCE_TYPE in HZ_LOCATIONS is USER_ENTERED

HZ_LOCATIONS.DATE_VALIDAT ED



PARTY_SITE_NAME

None

HZ_PARTY_SITES.PARTY_SITE_N AME HZ_PARTY_SITES.PARTY_SITE_N UMBER

PARTY_SITE_NUMBER

• • • •

Not updateable Cannot be updated to NULL Must be unique Use value if passed; otherwise, automatically generate from sequence

INTERFACE_STATUS ACTION_FLAG

None None

None None

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Column ERROR_ID CREATION_DATE VALIDATION_BATCH_ID CREATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_DATE LAST_UPDATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN

Validation None None None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID Foreign key to FND_LOGINS.LOGIN_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS. REQUEST_ID Foreign key to FND_APPLICATION.APPLICATIO N_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM. CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID None Mandatory and not updateable unless current value in TCA is NULL Y, N, or NULL

Destination None None None None None None None

REQUEST_ID

None

PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

None

PROGRAM_ID

None

PROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE CREATED_BY_MODULE

None HZ_PARTY_SITES.CREATED_BY_ MODULE

PRIMARY_FLAG

HZ_PARTY_SITES.IDENTIFYING_ ADDRESS_FLAG

HZ_IMP_ADDRESSUSES_INT
The HZ_IMP_ADDRESSUSES_INT table contains address use information to be imported into the TCA table HZ_PARTY_SITE_USES. This table lists the columns in the interface table, as well as the validation and

Bulk Import 1-7

destination.
Column BATCH_ID PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM Validation Mandatory Destination None HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFEREN CE SITE_ORIG_SYSTEM

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

SITE_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE None HZ_PARTY_SITE_USES.SITE_USE_ TYPE

INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG SITE_USE_TYPE

I, U, or NULL

• •

Mandatory and not updateable PARTY_SITE_USE_CODE lookup Combination of SITE_USE_TYPE and PARTY_SITE_ID must be unique for active party site use records



INTERFACE_STATUS ACTION_FLAG ERROR_ID CREATION_DATE CREATED_BY

None None None None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID

None None None None None

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Column LAST_UPDATE_DATE LAST_UPDATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN

Validation None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID Foreign key to FND_LOGINS.LOGIN_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS. REQUEST_ID Foreign key to FND_APPLICATION.APPLICATIO N_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM. CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID None Mandatory and not updateable unless current value in TCA is NULL Y, N, or NULL

Destination None None None

REQUEST_ID

None

PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

None

PROGRAM_ID

None

PROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE CREATED_BY_MODULE

None HZ_PARTY_SITES.CREATED_BY_ MODULE

PRIMARY_FLAG

HZ_PARTY_SITE_USES.PRIMARY_ FLAG

HZ_IMP_CLASSIFICS_INT
The HZ_IMP_CLASSIFICS_INT table contains classification information to be imported into the TCA table HZ_CODE_ASSIGNMENTS. Within the same content source type, there should be no overlapping assignments for the same party and classification, or class category and class code combination. This table lists the columns in the interface table, as well as the validation and destination.

Bulk Import 1-9

Column BATCH_ID PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM

Validation Mandatory

Destination None HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFEREN CE INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG CLASS_CATEGORY

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE None HZ_CODE_ASSIGNMENTS.CLASS _CATEGORY

I, U, or NULL

• • •

Mandatory and not updateable Cannot be updated to NULL Foreign key to HZ_CLASS_CATEGORIES

CLASS_CODE

• • •

Mandatory and not updateable Cannot be updated to NULL Must be a valid lookup code from the lookup type same as class category

HZ_CODE_ASSIGNMENTS.CLASS _CODE

START_DATE_ACTIVE

• •

Mandatory Cannot be updated to NULL

HZ_CODE_ASSIGNMENTS.START _DATE_ACTIVE

END_DATE_ACTIVE

Must be NULL or greater than START_DATE_ACTIVE None None None None

HZ_CODE_ASSIGNMENTS.END_ DATE_ACTIVE HZ_CODE_ASSIGNMENTS.RANK None None None

RANK INTERFACE_STATUS ACTION_FLAG ERROR_ID

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Column CREATION_DATE CREATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_DATE LAST_UPDATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN

Validation None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID Foreign key to FND_LOGINS.LOGIN_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS. REQUEST_ID Foreign key to FND_APPLICATION.APPLICATIO N_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM. CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID None Mandatory

Destination None None None None None

REQUEST_ID

None

PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

None

PROGRAM_ID

None

PROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE CREATED_BY_MODULE

None HZ_CODE_ASSIGNMENTS.CREAT ED_BY_MODULE HZ_CODE_ASSIGNMENTS.PRIMA RY_FLAG

PRIMARY_FLAG

Y, N, or NULL

HZ_IMP_CONTACTPTS_INT
The HZ_IMP_CONTACTPTS_INT table contains contact point information to be imported into the TCA table HZ_CONTACT_POINTS. This table lists the columns in the interface table, as well as the validation and destination.

Bulk Import 1-11

Column BATCH_ID CP_ORIG_SYSTEM

Validation Mandatory

Destination None HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

CP_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFEREN CE SITE_ORIG_SYSTEM

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE None HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.CONTAC T_POINT_TYPE

ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

SITE_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

None

INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG CONTACT_POINT_TYPE

I, U, or NULL



Mandatory for inserts and not updateable EDI value allowed only for party of type Organization COMMUNICATION_TYPE lookup Cannot be updated to NULL







CONTACT_POINT_PURPOSE

CONTACT_POINT_PURPOSE lookup. If WEB for CONTACT_POINT_TYPE, then CONTACT_POINT_PURPOSE_WE B lookup.

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.CONTAC T_POINT_PURPOSE

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Column EDI_ECE_TP_LOCATION_CODE

Validation None

Destination HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EDI_ECE_ TP_LOCATION_CODE HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EDI_ID_N UMBER HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EDI_PAY MENT_FORMAT HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EDI_PAY MENT_METHOD HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EDI_REMI TTANCE_INSTRUCTION HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EDI_REMI TTANCE_METHOD HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EDI_TP_H EADER_ID HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EDI_TRA NSACTION_HANDLING HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EFT_PRIN TING_PROGRAM_ID HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EFT_SWIF T_CODE HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EFT_TRA NSMISSION_PROGRAM_ID HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EFT_USE R_NUMBER HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EMAIL_A DDRESS

EDI_ID_NUMBER

None

EDI_PAYMENT_FORMAT

None

EDI_PAYMENT_METHOD

None

EDI_REMITTANCE_INSTRUCTIO N EDI_REMITTANCE_METHOD

None

None

EDI_TP_HEADER_ID

None

EDI_TRANSACTION_HANDLING

None

EFT_PRINTING_PROGRAM_ID

None

EFT_SWIFT_CODE

None

EFT_TRANSMISSION_PROGRAM_ ID EFT_USER_NUMBER

None

None

EMAIL_ADDRESS

Mandatory if CONTACT_POINT_TYPE is EMAIL

Bulk Import 1-13

Column EMAIL_FORMAT

Validation If CONTACT_POINT_TYPE is EMAIL:

Destination HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EMAIL_F ORMAT

• •

Cannot update to NULL EMAIL_FORMAT lookup

PHONE_AREA_CODE

None

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.PHONE_ AREA_CODE HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.PHONE_ CALLING_CALENDAR HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.PHONE_ COUNTRY_CODE

PHONE_CALLING_CALENDAR

None

PHONE_COUNTRY_CODE

Foreign key to HZ_PHONE_COUNTRY_CODES.P HONE_COUNTRY_CODE if CONTACT_POINT_TYPE is PHONE None

PHONE_EXTENSION

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.PHONE_E XTENSION HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.PHONE_L INE_TYPE

PHONE_LINE_TYPE



Mandatory if CONTACT_POINT_TYPE is PHONE PHONE_LINE_TYPE lookup



PHONE_NUMBER

If CONTACT_POINT_TYPE is PHONE, either PHONE_NUMBER or RAW_PHONE_NUMBER must be passed, but not both at the same time If CONTACT_POINT_TYPE is PHONE, either PHONE_NUMBER or RAW_PHONE_NUMBER must be passed, but not both at the same time Mandatory if CONTACT_POINT_TYPE is TLX

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.PHONE_ NUMBER

RAW_PHONE_NUMBER

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.RAW_PH ONE_NUMBER

TELEX_NUMBER

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.TELEX_N UMBER

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Column TIMEZONE_CODE

Validation Foreign key to HZ_TIMEZONES.TIMEZONE_ID if CONTACT_POINT_TYPE is PHONE Mandatory if CONTACT_POINT_TYPE is WEB Mandatory if CONTACT_POINT_TYPE is WEB None

Destination HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.TIMEZON E_ID

URL

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.URL

WEB_TYPE

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.WEB_TYP E HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.ATTRIBU TE_CATEGORY HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.ATTRIBU TE1 to HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.ATTRIBU TE20 None None None None None None None None

ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

ATTRIBUTE1 TO ATTRIBUTE20

None

INTERFACE_STATUS ACTION_FLAG ERROR_ID CREATION_DATE CREATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_DATE LAST_UPDATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN

None None None None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID Foreign key to FND_LOGINS.LOGIN_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS. REQUEST_ID

REQUEST_ID

None

Bulk Import 1-15

Column PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

Validation Foreign key to FND_APPLICATION.APPLICATIO N_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM. CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID None Mandatory and not updateable unless current value in TCA is NULL Y, N, or NULL

Destination None

PROGRAM_ID

None

PROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE CREATED_BY_MODULE

None HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.CREATED _BY_MODULE

PRIMARY_FLAG

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.PRIMARY _FLAG

HZ_IMP_CONTACTROLES_INT
The HZ_IMP_CONTACTROLES_INT table contains contact role information to be imported into the TCA table HZ_ORG_CONTACT_ROLES. This table lists the columns in the interface table, as well as the validation and destination.
Column BATCH_ID CONTACT_ORIG_SYSTEM Validation Mandatory Destination None HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

CONTACT_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFER ENCE SUB_ORIG_SYSTEM

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

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Column SUB_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

Validation Mandatory

Destination HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE None HZ_ORG_CONTACT_ROLES.ROL E_TYPE

INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG ROLE_TYPE

I, U, or NULL

• • •

Mandatory Cannot be updated to NULL CONTACT_ROLE_TYPE lookup Combination of ROLE_TYPE and ORG_CONTACT_ID must be unique



INTERFACE_STATUS ACTION_FLAG ERROR_ID CREATION_DATE CREATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_DATE LAST_UPDATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN

None None None None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID Foreign key to FND_LOGINS.LOGIN_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS. REQUEST_ID Foreign key to FND_APPLICATION.APPLICATIO N_ID

None None None None None None None None

REQUEST_ID

None

PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

None

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Column PROGRAM_ID

Validation Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM. CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID None Mandatory and not updateable unless current value in TCA is NULL

Destination None

PROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE CREATED_BY_MODULE

None HZ_ORG_CONTACT_ROLES.CRE ATED_BY_MODULE

HZ_IMP_CONTACTS_INT
The HZ_IMP_CONTACTS_INT table contains contact information to be imported into these TCA tables: • • • HZ_RELATIONSHIPS HZ_ORG_CONTACTS HZ_PARTIES

This table lists the columns in the interface table, as well as the validation and destination.
Column BATCH_ID CONTACT_ORIG_SYSTEM Validation Mandatory Destination None HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

CONTACT_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFER ENCE SUB_ORIG_SYSTEM

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

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Column SUB_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

Validation Mandatory

Destination HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

OBJ_ORIG_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

OBJ_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE None HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.CONTACT_ NUMBER

INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG CONTACT_NUMBER

I, U, or NULL Use value if passed; otherwise, automatically generate from sequence DEPARTMENT_TYPE lookup

DEPARTMENT_CODE

HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.DEPARTME NT_CODE HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.DEPARTME NT HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.TITLE HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.JOB_TITLE HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.JOB_TITLE_ CODE HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.DECISION_ MAKER_FLAG HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.REFERENC E_USE_FLAG HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.COMMENT S HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.RELATIONS HIP_TYPE

DEPARTMENT

None

TITLE JOB_TITLE JOB_TITLE_CODE

CONTACT_TITLE lookup None RESPONSIBILITY lookup

DECISION_MAKER_FLAG

Y, N, or NULL

REFERENCE_USE_FLAG

Y, N, or NULL

COMMENTS

None

RELATIONSHIP_TYPE

• •

Mandatory and not updateable Cannot be updated to NULL

Bulk Import 1-19

Column RELATIONSHIP_CODE

Validation

Destination HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.RELATIONS HIP_CODE

• •

Mandatory and not updateable PARTY_RELATIONS_TYPE lookup Cannot be updated to NULL



START_DATE

Cannot be updated to NULL

HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.START_DAT E HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.END_DATE HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.COMMENTS HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.ATTRIBUTE _CATEGORY HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.ATTRIBUTE 1 to HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.ATTRIBUTE 20 None None None None None None None None

END_DATE REL_COMMENTS ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

None None None

ATTRIBUTE1 to ATTRIBUTE20

None

INTERFACE_STATUS ACTION_FLAG ERROR_ID CREATION_DATE CREATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_DATE LAST_UPDATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN

None None None None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID Foreign key to FND_LOGINS.LOGIN_ID

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Column REQUEST_ID

Validation Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS. REQUEST_ID Foreign key to FND_APPLICATION.APPLICATIO N_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM. CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID None Mandatory and not updateable unless current value in TCA is NULL

Destination None

PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

None

PROGRAM_ID

None

PROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE CREATED_BY_MODULE

None HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.CREATED_ BY_MODULE

HZ_IMP_CREDITRTNGS_INT
The HZ_IMP_CREDITRTNGS_INT table contains credit rating information to be imported into the TCA table HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS. This table lists the columns in the interface table, as well as the validation and destination.
Column BATCH_ID PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM Validation Mandatory Destination None HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFEREN CE INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE None

I, U, or NULL

Bulk Import 1-21

Column RATED_AS_OF_DATE

Validation Not updateable

Destination HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.RATED_AS _OF_DATE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.RATING_O RGANIZATION HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.AVG_HIG H_CREDIT HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.BANKRUP TCY_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.BUSINESS_ DISCONTINUED HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CLAIMS_I ND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.COMMEN TS HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CR_SCR_C LAS_EXPL HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CREDIT_S CORE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CREDIT_S CORE_AGE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CREDIT_S CORE_CLASS HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CREDIT_S CORE_COMMENTARY to HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CREDIT_S CORE_COMMENTARY10 HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CREDIT_S CORE_DATE

RATING_ORGANIZATION

Not updateable

AVG_HIGH_CREDIT

None

BANKRUPTCY_IND

Y, N, or NULL

BUSINESS_DISCONTINUED

None

CLAIMS_IND

None

COMMENTS

None

CR_SCR_CLAS_EXPL

None

CREDIT_SCORE

None

CREDIT_SCORE_AGE

None

CREDIT_SCORE_CLASS

None

CREDIT_SCORE_COMMENTARY to CREDIT_SCORE_COMMENTARY1 0 CREDIT_SCORE_DATE

CREDIT_SCORE_COMMENTARY lookup

None

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Column CREDIT_SCORE_INCD_DEFAULT

Validation None

Destination HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CREDIT_S CORE_INCD_DEFAULT HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CREDIT_S CORE_NATL_PERCENTILE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CREDIT_S CORE_OVERRIDE_CODE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CRIMINAL _PROCEEDING_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.DEBARME NT_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.DEBARME NTS_COUNT HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.DEBARME NTS_DATE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.DELQ_PM T_PCTG_FOR_ALL_FIRMS HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.DELQ_PM T_RNG_PRCNT HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.DESCRIPTI ON HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.DET_HIST ORY_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.DISASTER_ IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.FAILURE_ SCORE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.FAILURE_ SCORE_AGE

CREDIT_SCORE_NATL_PERCENTI LE CREDIT_SCORE_OVERRIDE_COD E CRIMINAL_PROCEEDING_IND

None

FAILURE_SCORE_OVERRIDE_CO DE lookup None

DEBARMENT_IND

Y, N, or NULL

DEBARMENTS_COUNT

None

DEBARMENTS_DATE

None

DELQ_PMT_PCTG_FOR_ALL_FIR MS DELQ_PMT_RNG_PRCNT

None

None

DESCRIPTION

None

DET_HISTORY_IND

None

DISASTER_IND

None

FAILURE_SCORE

None

FAILURE_SCORE_AGE

None

Bulk Import 1-23

Column FAILURE_SCORE_CLASS

Validation None

Destination HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.FAILURE_ SCORE_CLASS HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.FAILURE_ SCORE_COMMENTARY to HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.FAILURE_ SCORE_COMMENTARY10 HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.FAILURE_ SCORE_DATE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.FAILURE_ SCORE_INCD_DEFAULT HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.FAILURE_ SCORE_NATNL_PERCENTILE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.FAILURE_ SCORE_OVERRIDE_CODE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.FINCL_EM BT_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.FINCL_LG L_EVENT_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.GLOBAL_F AILURE_SCORE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.HIGH_CRE DIT HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.HIGH_RN G_DELQ_SCR HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.JUDGEME NT_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.LIEN_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.LOW_RNG _DELQ_SCR

FAILURE_SCORE_COMMENTARY to FAILURE_SCORE_COMMENTARY 10 FAILURE_SCORE_DATE

FAILURE_SCORE_COMMENTARY lookup

None

FAILURE_SCORE_INCD_DEFAUL T FAILURE_SCORE_NATNL_PERCE NTILE FAILURE_SCORE_OVERRIDE_CO DE FINCL_EMBT_IND

None

None

FAILURE_SCORE_OVERRIDE_CO DE lookup Y, N, or NULL

FINCL_LGL_EVENT_IND

None

GLOBAL_FAILURE_SCORE

None

HIGH_CREDIT

None

HIGH_RNG_DELQ_SCR

None

JUDGEMENT_IND

Y, N, or NULL

LIEN_IND LOW_RNG_DELQ_SCR

Y, N, or NULL None

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Column MAXIMUM_CREDIT_CURRENCY_ CODE

Validation Foreign key to FND_CURRENCIES.CURRENCY_C ODE with Y for CURRENCY_FLAG and Y or N for ENABLED_FLAG None

Destination HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.MAXIMU M_CREDIT_CURRENCY_CODE

MAXIMUM_CREDIT_RECOMMEN DATION NEGV_PMT_EXPL

HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.MAXIMU M_CREDIT_RECOMMENDATION HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.NEGV_PM T_EXPL HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.NO_TRAD E_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.NUM_PRN T_BKCY_CONVS HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.NUM_PRN T_BKCY_FILING HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.NUM_SPC L_EVENT HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.NUM_TRA DE_EXPERIENCES HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.OPRG_SPE C_EVNT_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.OTHER_SP EC_EVNT_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PAYDEX_C OMMENT HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PAYDEX_F IRM_COMMENT HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PAYDEX_F IRM_DAYS

None

NO_TRADE_IND

Y, N, or NULL

NUM_PRNT_BKCY_CONVS

None

NUM_PRNT_BKCY_FILING

None

NUM_SPCL_EVENT

None

NUM_TRADE_EXPERIENCES

None

OPRG_SPEC_EVNT_IND

None

OTHER_SPEC_EVNT_IND

None

PAYDEX_COMMENT

None

PAYDEX_FIRM_COMMENT

None

PAYDEX_FIRM_DAYS

None

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Column PAYDEX_INDUSTRY_COMMENT

Validation None

Destination HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PAYDEX_I NDUSTRY_COMMENT HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PAYDEX_I NDUSTRY_DAYS HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PAYDEX_ NORM HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PAYDEX_S CORE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PAYDEX_T HREE_MONTHS_AGO HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PRNT_BKC Y_CHAPTER_CONV HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PRNT_BKC Y_CONV_DATE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PRNT_BKC Y_CONV_DATE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PRNT_BKC Y_FILG_CHAPTER HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PRNT_BKC Y_FILG_DATE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PRNT_BKC Y_FILG_TYPE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PRNT_HQ_ BKCY_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.PUB_REC_ EXPL HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.RATING

PAYDEX_INDUSTRY_DAYS

None

PAYDEX_NORM

None

PAYDEX_SCORE

None

PAYDEX_THREE_MONTHS_AGO

None

PRNT_BKCY_CHAPTER_CONV

None

PRNT_BKCY_CONV_DATE

None

PRNT_BKCY_CONV_DATE

None

PRNT_BKCY_FILG_CHAPTER

None

PRNT_BKCY_FILG_DATE

None

PRNT_BKCY_FILG_TYPE

None

PRNT_HQ_BKCY_IND

PRNT_HQ_IND lookup

PUB_REC_EXPL

None

RATING

None

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Column SECURED_FLNG_IND

Validation None

Destination HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.SECURED_ FLNG_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.SLOW_TR ADE_EXPL HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.SPCL_EVE NT_COMMENT HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.SPCL_EVE NT_UPDATE_DATE HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.SPCL_EVN T_TXT HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.SUIT_IND HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.SUIT_JUD GE_IND None None None None None None None None

SLOW_TRADE_EXPL

None

SPCL_EVENT_COMMENT

None

SPCL_EVENT_UPDATE_DATE

None

SPCL_EVNT_TXT

None

SUIT_IND SUIT_JUDGE_IND

Y, N, or NULL None

INTERFACE_STATUS ACTION_FLAG ERROR_ID CREATION_DATE CREATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_DATE LAST_UPDATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN

None None None None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID Foreign key to FND_LOGINS.LOGIN_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS. REQUEST_ID

REQUEST_ID

None

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Column PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

Validation Foreign key to FND_APPLICATION.APPLICATIO N_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM. CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID None Mandatory and not updateable unless current value in TCA is NULL

Destination None

PROGRAM_ID

None

PROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE CREATED_BY_MODULE

None HZ_CREDIT_RATINGS.CREATED_ BY_MODULE

HZ_IMP_FINNUMBERS_INT
The HZ_IMP_FINNUMBERS_INT table contains financial number information to be imported into the TCA table HZ_FINANCIAL_NUMBERS. This table lists the columns in the interface table, as well as the validation and destination.
Column BATCH_ID PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM Validation Mandatory Destination None HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFEREN CE INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG TYPE_OF_FINANCIAL_REPORT DOCUMENT_REFERENCE

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE None None None

I, U, or NULL None None

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Column DATE_REPORT_ISSUED ISSUED_PERIOD REPORT_START_DATE REPORT_END_DATE FINANCIAL_NUMBER_NAME

Validation None None None None

Destination None None None None HZ_FINANCIAL_NUMBERS.FINA NCIAL_NUMBER_NAME

• •

FIN_NUM_NAME lookup Combination of FINANCIAL_NUMBER_NAM E and FINANCIAL_REPORT_ID must be unique

FINANCIAL_NUMBER

None

HZ_FINANCIAL_NUMBERS.FINA NCIAL_NUMBER HZ_FINANCIAL_NUMBERS.FINA NCIAL_NUMBER_CURRENCY HZ_FINANCIAL_NUMBERS.FINA NCIAL_UNITS_APPLIED HZ_FINANCIAL_NUMBERS.PROJ ECTED_ACTUAL_FLAG None None None None None None None

FINANCIAL_NUMBER_CURRENC Y FINANCIAL_UNITS_APPLIED

None

None

PROJECTED_ACTUAL_FLAG

None

INTERFACE_STATUS ACTION_FLAG ERROR_ID CREATION_DATE CREATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_DATE LAST_UPDATED_BY

None None None None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID

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Column LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN

Validation Foreign key to FND_LOGINS.LOGIN_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS. REQUEST_ID Foreign key to FND_APPLICATION.APPLICATIO N_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM. CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID None Mandatory and not updateable unless current value in TCA is NULL

Destination None

REQUEST_ID

None

PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

None

PROGRAM_ID

None

PROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE CREATED_BY_MODULE

None HZ_FINANCIAL_NUMBERS.CREA TED_BY_MODULE

HZ_IMP_FINREPORTS_INT
The HZ_IMP_FINREPORTS_INT table contains financial report information to be imported into the TCA table HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS. This combination of values in these columns must be unique: • • • • • • PARTY_ID FINANCIAL_REPORT_TYPE DOCUMENT_REFERENCE DATE_REPORT_ISSUED ISSUED_PERIOD or REPORT_START_DATE and REPORT_END_DATE ACTUAL_CONTENT_SOURCE

This table lists the columns in the interface table, as well as the validation and destination.

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Column BATCH_ID PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM

Validation Mandatory

Destination None HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFEREN CE INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG TYPE_OF_FINANCIAL_REPORT

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE None HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.TYPE_ OF_FINANCIAL_REPORT HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.DOCU MENT_REFERENCE HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.DATE_ REPORT_ISSUED HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.ISSUE D_PERIOD

I, U, or NULL None

DOCUMENT_REFERENCE

None

DATE_REPORT_ISSUED

None

ISSUED_PERIOD

Either ISSUED_PERIOD alone or the REPORT_START_DATE and REPORT_END_DATE combination is mandatory. Cannot pass both. Either ISSUED_PERIOD alone or the REPORT_START_DATE and REPORT_END_DATE combination is mandatory. Cannot pass both.

REPORT_START_DATE

HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.REPOR T_START_DATE

REPORT_END_DATE



Equal to or greater than REPORT_START_DATE. Can and must be populated only if REPORT_START_DATE has value. Either ISSUED_PERIOD alone or the REPORT_START_DATE and REPORT_END_DATE combination is mandatory. Cannot pass both.

HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.REPOR T_END_DATE





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Column AUDIT_IND

Validation Y, N, or NULL

Destination HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.AUDIT _IND HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.CONS OLIDATED_IND HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.ESTIM ATED_IND HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.FINAL _IND HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.FISCA L_IND HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.FOREC AST_IND HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.OPENI NG_IND HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.PROF ORMA_IND HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.QUALI FIED_IND HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.REQUI RING_AUTHORITY HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.RESTA TED_IND HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.SIGNE D_BY_PRINCIPALS_IND HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.TRIAL _BALANCE_IND HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.UNBA LANCED_IND

CONSOLIDATED_IND

Y, N, or NULL

ESTIMATED_IND

Y, N, or NULL

FINAL_IND

Y, N, or NULL

FISCAL_IND

Y, N, or NULL

FORECAST_IND

Y, N, or NULL

OPENING_IND

Y, N, or NULL

PROFORMA_IND

Y, N, or NULL

QUALIFIED_IND

Y, N, or NULL

REQUIRING_AUTHORITY

None

RESTATED_IND

Y, N, or NULL

SIGNED_BY_PRINCIPALS_IND

Y, N, or NULL

TRIAL_BALANCE_IND

Y, N, or NULL

UNBALANCED_IND

Y, N, or NULL

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Column INTERFACE_STATUS ACTION_FLAG ERROR_ID CREATION_DATE CREATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_DATE LAST_UPDATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN

Validation None None None None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID Foreign key to FND_LOGINS.LOGIN_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS. REQUEST_ID Foreign key to FND_APPLICATION.APPLICATIO N_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM. CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID None Mandatory and not updateable unless current value in TCA is NULL

Destination None None None None None None None None

REQUEST_ID

None

PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

None

PROGRAM_ID

None

PROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE CREATED_BY_MODULE

None HZ_FINANCIAL_REPORTS.CREA TED_BY_MODULE

HZ_IMP_PARTIES_INT
The HZ_IMP_PARTIES_INT table contains party information to be imported into these TCA tables: • HZ_PARTIES

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• •

HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

This table lists the columns in the interface table, as well as the validation and destination.
Column BATCH_ID PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM Validation Mandatory Destination None HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

PARTY_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFEREN CE INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG PARTY_TYPE

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE None HZ_PARTIES.PARTY_TYPE

I, U, or NULL

• • •

Mandatory and not updateable PARTY_TYPE lookup Value must be PERSON or ORGANIZATION

PARTY_ID



For internal use only. Any passed value is ignored. Cannot be updated to NULL.

None

• • • • •

PARTY_NUMBER

Not updateable Must be unique Cannot be updated to NULL Use value if passed; otherwise, automatically generate from sequence

HZ_PARTIES.PARTY_NUMBER

SALUTATION

None

HZ_PARTIES.SALUTATION

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Column ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

Validation None

Destination HZ_PARTIES.ATTRIBUTE_CATEG ORY HZ_PARTIES.ATTRIBUTE1 to HZ_PARTIES.ATTRIBUTE24 HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.J GZZ_FISCAL_CODE or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.JGZZ_FIS CAL_CODE

ATTRIBUTE1 to ATTRIBUTE24

None

JGZZ_FISCAL_CODE

None

TAX_REFERENCE

OWN_RENT_IND lookup

HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.T AX_REFERENCE or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.TAX_REF ERENCE

KNOWN_AS to KNOWN_AS5

None

HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. KNOWN_AS to HZ_PARTIES.KNOWN_AS5 or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.KNOWN_ AS to HZ_PARTIES.KNOWN_AS5

RENT_OWN_IND

OWN_RENT_IND lookup

HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.R ENT_OWN_IND or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.RENT_O WN_IND

ORGANIZATION_NAME

• •

Mandatory Cannot be updated to NULL

HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. ORGANIZATION_NAME

ORGANIZATION_NAME_PHONE TIC

None

HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. ORGANIZATION_NAME_PHONE TIC

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Column ORGANIZATION_TYPE

Validation None

Destination HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. ORGANIZATION_TYPE HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. ANALYSIS_FY HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.B RANCH_FLAG HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.B USINESS_SCOPE HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.C EO_NAME HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.C EO_TITLE HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.C ONG_DIST_CODE HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.C ONTROL_YR HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.C ORPORATION_CLASS HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.C URR_FY_POTENTIAL_REVENUE HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. NEXT_FY_POTENTIAL_REVENUE HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.P REF_FUNCTIONAL_CURRENCY HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. DISADV_8A_IND HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. DO_NOT_CONFUSE_WITH

ANALYSIS_FY

None

BRANCH_FLAG

Y, N, or NULL

BUSINESS_SCOPE

None

CEO_NAME

None

CEO_TITLE

None

CONG_DIST_CODE

None

CONTROL_YR

None

CORPORATION_CLASS

None

CURR_FY_POTENTIAL_REVENUE

None

NEXT_FY_POTENTIAL_REVENUE

None

PREF_FUNCTIONAL_CURRENCY

None

DISADV_8A_IND

Y, N, or NULL

DO_NOT_CONFUSE_WITH

None

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Column DUNS_NUMBER_C

Validation None

Destination HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. DUNS_NUMBER_C HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.E MP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.E MP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR_EST_IND HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.E MP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR_MIN_IN D HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.E MP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR_TEXT HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.E MPLOYEES_TOTAL None HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.E XPORT_IND HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.F ISCAL_YEAREND_MONTH HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. GSA_INDICATOR_FLAG HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. HQ_BRANCH_IND HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.I MPORT_IND HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.I NCORP_YEAR HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.L ABOR_SURPLUS_IND

EMP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR

None

EMP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR_EST_IN D EMP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR_MIN_IN D

EMP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR_EST_IN D lookup EMP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR_MIN_IN D lookup

EMP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR_TEXT

None

EMPLOYEES_TOTAL

None

DISPLAYED_DUNS EXPORT_IND

None Y, N, or NULL

FISCAL_YEAREND_MONTH

MONTH lookup

GSA_INDICATOR_FLAG

Y, N, or NULL

HQ_BRANCH_IND

HQ_BRANCH_IND lookup

IMPORT_IND

Y, N, or NULL

INCORP_YEAR

None

LABOR_SURPLUS_IND

Y, N, or NULL

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Column LEGAL_STATUS

Validation LEGAL_STATUS lookup

Destination HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.L EGAL_STATUS HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.L INE_OF_BUSINESS HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.L OCAL_BUS_IDENTIFIER HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.L OCAL_BUS_IDEN_TYPE HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. MINORITY_OWNED_IND HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. MINORITY_OWNED_TYPE HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. MISSION_STATEMENT HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. OOB_IND HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.P ARENT_SUB_IND HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.P RINCIPAL_NAME HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.P RINCIPAL_TITLE HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.P UBLIC_PRIVATE_OWNERSHIP_FL AG HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.R EGISTRATION_TYPE HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.S MALL_BUS_IND

LINE_OF_BUSINESS

None

LOCAL_BUS_IDENTIFIER

None

LOCAL_BUS_IDEN_TYPE

LOCAL_BUS_IDEN_TYPE lookup

MINORITY_OWNED_IND

Y, N, or NULL

MINORITY_OWNED_TYPE

None

MISSION_STATEMENT

None

OOB_IND

Y, N, or NULL

PARENT_SUB_IND

Y, N, or NULL

PRINCIPAL_NAME

None

PRINCIPAL_TITLE

None

PUBLIC_PRIVATE_OWNERSHIP_F LAG

Y, N, or NULL

REGISTRATION_TYPE

REGISTRATION_TYPE lookup

SMALL_BUS_IND

Y, N, or NULL

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Column TOTAL_EMP_EST_IND

Validation TOTAL_EMP_EST_IND lookup

Destination HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.T OTAL_EMP_EST_IND HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.T OTAL_EMP_MIN_IND HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.T OTAL_EMPLOYEES_IND HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.T OTAL_EMPLOYEES_TEXT HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.T OTAL_PAYMENTS HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES. WOMAN_OWNED_IND HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.Y EAR_ESTABLISHED HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ FIRST_NAME

TOTAL_EMP_MIN_IND

TOTAL_EMP_MIN_IND lookup

TOTAL_EMPLOYEES_IND

TOTAL_EMPLOYEES_INDICATOR lookup None

TOTAL_EMPLOYEES_TEXT

TOTAL_PAYMENTS

None

WOMAN_OWNED_IND

Y, N, or NULL

YEAR_ESTABLISHED

None

PERSON_FIRST_NAME



A value must be passed for either PERSON_FIRST_NAME or PERSON_LAST_NAME Cannot be updated to NULL

• •

PERSON_LAST_NAME

A value must be passed for either PERSON_FIRST_NAME or PERSON_LAST_NAME Cannot be updated to NULL

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ LAST_NAME



PERSON_MIDDLE_NAME

None

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ MIDDLE_NAME HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ INITIALS HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ NAME_SUFFIX

PERSON_INITIALS

None

PERSON_NAME_SUFFIX

None

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Column PERSON_PRE_NAME_ADJUNCT

Validation CONTACT_TITLE lookup

Destination HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ PRE_NAME_ADJUNCT HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ PREVIOUS_LAST_NAME HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ TITLE HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ FIRST_NAME_PHONETIC HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ LAST_NAME_PHONETIC HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.MIDDLE_ NAME_PHONETIC HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ NAME_PHONETIC HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ ACADEMIC_TITLE HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.DATE_OF _BIRTH

PERSON_PREVIOUS_LAST_NAME

None

PERSON_TITLE

None

PERSON_FIRST_NAME_PHONETI C PERSON_LAST_NAME_PHONETI C PERSON_MIDDLE_NAME_PHON ETIC PERSON_NAME_PHONETIC

None

None

None

None

PERSON_ACADEMIC_TITLE

None

DATE_OF_BIRTH



Cannot be later than the system date If DATE_OF_DEATH and DATE_OF_BIRTH are both passed, then the date of death must be later than the date of birth



PLACE_OF_BIRTH

None

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PLACE_O F_BIRTH

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Column DATE_OF_DEATH

Validation

Destination HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.DATE_OF _DEATH



Cannot be later than the system date If DATE_OF_DEATH and DATE_OF_BIRTH are both passed, then the date of death must be later than the date of birth



DECEASED_FLAG

• •

Y, N, or NULL If DATE_OF_DEATH is not NULL, then DECEASED_FLAG must be Y

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.DECEASE D_FLAG

DECLARED_ETHNICITY

None

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.DECLARE D_ETHNICITY HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.GENDER HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.HEAD_OF _HOUSEHOLD_FLAG HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.HOUSEH OLD_INCOME HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.HOUSEH OLD_SIZE HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.MARITAL _STATUS HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.MARITAL _STATUS_EFFECTIVE_DATE HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ IDEN_TYPE HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_ IDENTIFIER

GENDER HEAD_OF_HOUSEHOLD_FLAG

None Y, N, or NULL

HOUSEHOLD_INCOME

None

HOUSEHOLD_SIZE

None

MARITAL_STATUS

MARITAL_STATUS lookup

MARITAL_STATUS_EFFECTIVE_D ATE PERSON_IDEN_TYPE

None

None

PERSON_IDENTIFIER

None

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Column PERSONAL_INCOME

Validation None

Destination HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSONA L_INCOME None None None None None None None None

INTERFACE_STATUS ACTION_FLAG ERROR_ID CREATION_DATE CREATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_DATE LAST_UPDATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN

None None None None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID Foreign key to FND_LOGINS.LOGIN_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS. REQUEST_ID Foreign key to FND_APPLICATION.APPLICATIO N_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM. CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID None Mandatory and not updateable unless current value in TCA is NULL

REQUEST_ID

None

PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

None

PROGRAM_ID

None

PROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE CREATED_BY_MODULE

None HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.C REATED_BY_MODULE or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.CREATED _BY_MODULE

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HZ_IMP_RELSHIPS_INT
The HZ_IMP_RELSHIPS_INT table contains relationship information to be imported into these TCA tables: • • • HZ_RELATIONSHIPS HZ_PARTIES HZ_ORG_CONTACTS (Optional)

This table lists the columns in the interface table, as well as the validation and destination.
Column BATCH_ID SUB_ORIG_SYSTEM Validation Mandatory Destination None HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

SUB_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM

OBJ_ORIG_SYSTEM

• •

Mandatory ORIG_SYSTEM lookup

OBJ_ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

Mandatory

HZ_ORIG_SYS_REFERENCES.ORI G_SYSTEM_REFERENCE None HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.RELATIONS HIP_TYPE

INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG RELATIONSHIP_TYPE

I, U, or NULL

• •

Mandatory and not updateable Cannot be updated to NULL

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Column RELATIONSHIP_CODE

Validation

Destination HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.RELATIONS HIP_CODE

• •

Mandatory and not updateable PARTY_RELATIONS_TYPE lookup Cannot be updated to NULL



START_DATE

Cannot be updated to NULL

HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.START_DAT E HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.END_DATE HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.COMMENTS HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.ATTRIBUTE _CATEGORY HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.ATTRIBUTE 1 to HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.ATTRIBUTE 20 None None None None None None None None

END_DATE COMMENTS ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

None None None

ATTRIBUTE1 to ATTRIBUTE20

None

INTERFACE_STATUS ACTION_FLAG ERROR_ID CREATION_DATE CREATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_DATE LAST_UPDATED_BY LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN

None None None None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID None Foreign key to FND_USER.USER_ID Foreign key to FND_LOGINS.LOGIN_ID

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Column REQUEST_ID

Validation Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS. REQUEST_ID Foreign key to FND_APPLICATION.APPLICATIO N_ID Foreign key to FND_CONCURRENT_PROGRAM. CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID None Mandatory and not updateable unless current value in TCA is NULL

Destination None

PROGRAM_APPLICATION_ID

None

PROGRAM_ID

None

PROGRAM_UPDATE_DATE CREATED_BY_MODULE

None HZ_RELATIONSHIPS.CREATED_B Y_MODULE

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2
Customer Interface
This chapter describes about the customer interface. This chapter covers the following topics: • • Customer Interface and Bulk Import Customer Interface Table Descriptions and Validation

Customer Interface and Bulk Import
You can use Customer Interface to import both party and account information, including accounts that are associated with parties already loaded into your database. However, customer Interface runs independently and does not regard party level information already loaded into your database using Bulk Import. If you plan to use Customer Interface to import accounts that are associated with the imported parties, you must ensure that the source ID alone is unique across all source systems. See: • • Bulk Import Overview, Oracle Trading Community Architecture User Guide. Loading Data into the Interface Tables, Oracle Trading Community Architecture User Guide. Unique Source IDs for Importing Associated Accounts, Oracle Trading Community Architecture User Guide.



Customer Interface Table Descriptions and Validation
Below is a detailed description of the five Customer Interface tables and the validation performed on each column when you run Customer Interface.

Table Name: RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE_ALL
This table stores customer, address, and business purpose information. You do not have

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to enter values in this table if you do not want to import customers, addresses, or business purposes.

ADDRESS1 through 4
Enter the address for your customer in these four columns. You can enter up to four lines of an address.
Validation:

If you enter a value in ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF, you must enter a value in ADDRESS1. For multiple rows with the same address reference, insert values in address 1-4. HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS1, HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS2, HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS3, and HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS4

Destination:

AUTOMATCH_SET_NAME
Enter the default automatic matching rule set defined for the customer profile class.

CITY, STATE, PROVINCE, COUNTY, POSTAL_CODE, COUNTRY
Enter the city, state, province, county, and postal code for your customer's address. If you are calculating tax on this address, you must enter the correct values that have already been defined in the TCA Geography repository. You must do this for each address component on which your tax validation is enabled. If there is any error, it will display a warning in the Customer Interface Transfer report. You must always enter a value for Country.
Validation: Destination:

The country must exist in FND_TERRITORIES. HZ_LOCATIONS.CITY, HZ_LOCATIONS.STATE, HZ_LOCATIONS.PROVINCE, HZ_LOCATIONS.COUNTY, HZ_LOCATIONS.POSTAL_CODE, and HZ_LOCATIONS.COUNTRY

ADDRESS_KEY
This column is not currently used by Customer Interface.

ADDRESS_LINES_PHONETIC
The phonetic or Kana (Japanese) representation of a customer address. This column is optional.

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Validation: Destination:

None HZ_LOCATIONS.ADDRESS_LINES_PHONETIC

BILL_TO_ORIG_ADDRESS_REF
Enter the Bill-To location that you want to associate with the Ship-To address on this record.
Validation:

You can enter a value only if the SITE_USE_CODE column in this record is 'Ship-To'. Also, the Bill-To address must exist for your customer or any related customers. HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.BILL_TO_SITE_USE_ID

Destination:

CUSTOMER_ ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY
Enter Descriptive Flexfield category information for your customer. This columns is optional. The descriptive flexfields are updated according to the data provided in the Interface table. If the data provided in the Interface table is Null, then data in the corresponding flexfield is cleared as well.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY and HZ_PARTIES.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

ADDRESS_ ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY
Enter Descriptive Flexfield category information for your customer's address. This column is optional. The descriptive flexfields are updated according to the data provided in the Interface table. If the data provided in the Interface table is Null, then data in the corresponding flexfield is cleared as well.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_LOCATIONS.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY, HZ_PARTY-SITES.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY, and HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES_ALL.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

SITE_USE_ ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY
Enter Descriptive Flexfield category information for your customer's site use. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

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CUSTOMER_ATTRIBUTE_1 to 15
Enter Descriptive Flexfield information for your customer. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.ATTRIBUTE1 TO 15 and HZ_PARTIES.ATTRIBUTE1 TO 15

ADDRESS_ATTRIBUTE_1 to 15
Enter Descriptive Flexfield information for your customer's address. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_LOCATIONS.ATTRIBUTE1 TO 15, HZ_PARTY_SITES.ATTRIBUTE1 TO 15, and HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES_ALL.ATTRIBUTE1 TO 15

SITE_USE_ATTRIBUTE_1 to 15
Enter Descriptive Flexfield information for you customer's site use. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.ATTRIBUTE1 TO 15, HZ_PARTIES.ATTRIBUTE1 TO 15, and HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.ATTRIBUTE1 TO 15

CUSTOMER_CATEGORY_CODE
Enter a category to categorize your customer. Use customer categories that you previously defined in the Receivables Lookups window. This column is optional.
Validation:

AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'CUSTOMER_CATEGORY' HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.CATEGORY_CODE

Destination:

ADDRESS_CATEGORY_CODE
Enter the address category code for your customer's site. Use a defined code from the Oracle Receivables Lookups window. This column is optional.
Validation:

AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'ADDRESS_CATEGORY.' The lookup code must be

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enabled.
Destination:

HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES_ALL.CUSTOMER_CATEGORY_ CODE

CUSTOMER_CLASS_CODE
Enter the customer class for your customer. Use customer classes that you previously defined in the Receivables Lookups window. This column is optional.
Validation:

AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'CUSTOMER CLASS' HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.CUSTOMER_CLASS_CODE

Destination:

CUSTOMER_KEY
This column is not currently used by Customer Interface.

CUSTOMER_NAME
Enter the name of your customer. This column is required.
Validation:

The same customer reference cannot have different customer names within this table. HZ_PARTIES.PARTY_NAME

Destination:

CUSTOMER_NAME_PHONETIC
The phonetic or Kana (Japanese) representation of your customer name. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_PARTIES.PARTY_NAME_PHONETIC

CUSTOMER_NUMBER
Enter your customer's number.
Validation:

Must be null if you are using Automatic Customer Numbering. Must exist if you are not using Automatic Customer Numbering. This value must be unique within HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS. HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.ACCOUNT_NUMBER

Destination:

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CUSTOMER_STATUS
Enter the status of your customer. This column is required.
Validation:

Must equal 'A' for Active or 'I' for Inactive. If you do not enter a value in this column, the status is defaulted to 'A'. HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.STATUS and HZ_PARTIES_STATUS

Destination:

CUSTOMER_TYPE
Enter 'Internal' or 'External' to indicate customer type for your customer. This column is optional.
Validation:

AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'CUSTOMER_TYPE'. Multiple rows with the same customer reference must have the same customer type. HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.CUSTOMER_TYPE

Destination:

CUST_TAX_CODE, SITE_USE_TAX_CODE
Enter the tax code that you want to assign to your customer or business purpose, depending on the column you choose. You must use tax codes that you previously defined in the Tax Codes and Rates window. These columns are optional.
Validation: Destination:

Must exist in AR_VAT_TAX. HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.TAX_CODE and HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.TAX_CODE

CUST_TAX_EXEMPT_NUM
This column is not currently used by Customer Interface and must be left blank.
Validation: Destination:

None None

CUST_TAX_REFERENCE
Enter the tax registration number for your customer. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_PARTIES.TAX_REFERENCE

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CUST_SHIP_VIA_CODE, SITE_SHIP_VIA_CODE
Enter the freight carrier you want to assign to your customer or the customer's business purpose, depending on the column you choose. Use freight carriers that you previously defined in the Freight Carriers window. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

Must exist in ORG_FREIGHT. HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.SHIP_VIA and HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.SHIP_VIA

CREATED_BY
Enter the user ID that is creating this row. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

None None

CREATION_DATE
Enter the system date. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

Must be a valid date format. None

DEMAND_CLASS_CODE
Enter the demand class for your customer's address. Use demand classes that you previously defined in the Demand Classes window. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

Must exist in FND_COMMON_LOOKUPS HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.DEMAND_CLASS_CODE

GL_ID_REC
If the business purpose for your customer's address is Bill-To, enter the code combination ID for the Receivable account. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.GL_ID_REC

GL_ID_REV
If the business purpose for your customer's address is Bill-To, enter the code combination ID for the Revenue account. This column is optional.

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Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.GL_ID_REV

GL_ID_TAX
If the business purpose for your customer's address is Bill-To, enter the code combination ID for the Tax account. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.GL_ID_TAX

GL_ID_FREIGHT
If the business purpose for your customer's address is Bill-To, enter the code combination ID for the Freight account. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.GL_ID_FREIGHT

GL_ID_CLEARING
If the business purpose for your customer's address is Bill-To, enter the code combination ID for the AutoInvoice Clearing Account. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.GL_ID_CLEARING

GL_ID_UNBILLED
If the business purpose for your customer's address is Bill-To, enter the code combination ID for the Unbilled Receivable account. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.GL_ID_UNBILLED

GL_ID_UNEARNED
If the business purpose for your customer's address is Bill-To, enter the code combination ID for the Unearned Revenue account. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.GL_ID_UNEARNED

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INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG
Specify whether you are inserting a new record or updating an existing record. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

'I' for insert or 'U' for update. None

INTERFACE_STATUS
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null. The Customer Interface program updates this column with all error messages that apply to this interface record. If an interface record has several problems, the Customer Interface program updates this column with multiple error codes.

LOCATION
Enter a shorthand name for your customer's business purpose. You use this value to quickly refer to a business purpose during data entry.
Validation:

If automatic site numbering is set to No, you must enter a value in this column. If not, do not enter a value. Values for this column must be unique. HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.LOCATION Important: This column is not updatable.

Destination:

LOCATION_CCID
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null. Customer Interface stores the code combination ID of valid addresses in this column.
Validation: Destination:

None None

LAST_UPDATED_BY
Enter the user ID that is updating this row. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

None None

LAST_UPDATE_DATE
Enter the system date. This column is required.

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Validation: Destination:

Must be a valid date format. None

LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN
Enter the login ID. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None None

LANGUAGE
Enter the language used by your customer's site. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

Must exist in FND_LANGUAGES.NLS_LANGUAGE HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES_ALL.LANGUAGE

MESSAGE_TEXT
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null.
Validation: Destination:

None None

ORG_ID
Enter the operating unit for which you want the Customer Interface program to validate and import customer information. This column is optional. If you do not enter a value, the Customer Interface program validates and imports customer information for all the operating units on your access list.
Validation:

Common Utility MO_GLOBAL.GET_VALID_ORG() validates that the ORG_ID is NOT NULL and is on your access list. None

Destination:

ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF
Enter a value you can use to uniquely identify your customer's address in your original system. This column forms part of the primary key for RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE. The

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primary key is a combination of ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF, ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF, and SITE_USE_CODE. To enter multiple addresses for a customer, enter multiple records in RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE with identical customer information, but with different address information. This column is required if you are either inserting or updating address information.
Validation:

Must not exist in HZ_LOCATIONS for insert. Must exist in HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES_ALL for update. HZ_LOCATIONS.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE and HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES_ALL.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFEREN CE

Destination:

ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF
Enter a value that uniquely identifies your customer in your original system. This column forms part of the primary key for RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE. The primary key is a combination of ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF, ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF, and SITE_USE_CODE. If you are entering a new customer, you must also enter a customer level profile in RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE. This column is required.
Validation:

Must not exist in HZ_PARTIES for insert. Must exist in HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS for update. The same customer reference cannot have different customer names within this table. Inserts for this column must be unique. HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE and HZ_PARTIES.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

Destination:

ORIG_SYSTEM_PARENT_REF
Enter the original system reference of the related customer, if one exists. If you enter a value in this column, the system checks the Create Reciprocal Customer Accounts parameter for the Customer Interface programs to determine whether the application should automatically create the reciprocal relationship. If the parameter is set to Yes, the system creates an additional, opposite entry in the HZ_CUST_ACCT_RELATE_ALL table. This column is optional.
Validation:

Must exist in HZ_PARTIES.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE and HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE. Multiple rows with the same customer reference must have the same ORIG_SYSTEM_PARENT_REF.

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Destination:

Inserts into HZ_CUST_ACCT_RELATE_ALL.CUST_ACCOUNT_ID.

ORIG_SYSTEM_PARTY_REF
Enter a value you can use to unique identify a party in your original system. To create a new customer for an existing party, you must populate this column with the existing party's reference. This column is used for creating multiple customer accounts for one party through Customer Interface. If you do not provide an original system reference, then the value from the ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF column becomes the reference for the party as well as the customer.
Validation: Destination:

Must exist in HZ_PARTIES for insert and update. HZ_PARTIES.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

PARTY_NUMBER
Enter the party number if the HZ: Generate Party Number profile option is set to No. If the profile option is set to Yes, you must leave this column blank because the party number is automatically generated.
Validation: Destination:

Must exist in HZ_PARTIES for insert and update. HZ_PARTIES.PARTY_NUMBER

PARTY_SITE_NUMBER
Enter the party site number if the HZ: Generate Party Site Number profile option is set to No. If the profile option is set to Yes, you must leave this column blank because the party site number is automatically generated.
Validation: Destination:

Must exist in HZ_PARTY_SITES for insert and update. HZ_PARTY_SITES.SITE_NUMBER

PERSON_FLAG
Enter Y if your customer is a person.
Validation: Destination:

Must be 'Y,' 'N,' or null. None

PERSON_FIRST_NAME
If your customer is a person, then enter the person's first name.

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Validation: Destination:

None HZ_PARTIES.PERSON_FIRST_NAME and HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_FIRST_NAME

PERSON_LAST_NAME
If your customer is a person, then enter the person's last name, also known as the surname or family name.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_PARTIES.PERSON_LAST_NAME and HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_LAST_NAME

PRIMARY_SITE_USE_FLAG
Enter 'Y' or 'N' to indicate whether a site use is the primary business purpose. Enter a value in this column only if the INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG is 'Y' and you enter a value in ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF. If you do not enter a value in this column, the first active site use is made primary.
Validation:

Must have only one primary business purpose for each usage (Bill-To, Ship-To, and so on). Must be null, 'Y,' or 'N'. Mandatory when inserting an address and must be null when the record is for updating purposes. Not updatable.

Destination:

HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.PRIMARY_FLAG

REQUEST_ID
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null.

SITE_USE_CODE
Enter the business purpose for your customer's address. Use business purposes you previously defined in the Receivables Lookups window with a lookup type of 'Business purposes for a customer address.' This column forms part of the primary key for RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE. The primary key is a combination of ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF, ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF, and SITE_USE_CODE. If you enter a value in ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF, you must enter a value in this column. To enter multiple business purposes for an address, enter multiple records in RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE with identical customer and address information, but with different site uses. You can only assign one type of business purpose to each address.

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Validation:

Must equal a value in AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'SITE_USE_CODE'. Inserts for this column must be unique. HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.SITE_USE_CODE

Destination:

SITE_USE_TAX_EXEMPT_NUM
This column is not currently used by Customer Interface and must be left blank.
Validation: Destination:

None None

SITE_USE_TAX_REFERENCE
Enter the tax registration number for your customer's site. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_SITE_USES_ALL.TAX_REFERENCE

TERRITORY
Enter the territory associated with your customer record.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES_ALL.TERRITORY

TRANSLATED_CUSTOMER_NAME
The translated customer name.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES_ALL.TRANSLATED_CUSTOME R_NAME

VALIDATED_FLAG
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null.
Destination:

HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.CUSTOMER_TYPE

WARNING_TEXT
This column is not currently used by Customer Interface.

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URL
The uniform resource locator (URL) for your customer's home page on the World Wide Web. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.URL

Table Name: RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE
This table stores customer profile information. If you are entering a new customer in RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE, you must either pass a customer profile class that already exists or customer profile values. You do not have to enter values in this table if you are not entering a new customer or assigning customer profile information to customer addresses. The HZ_CUST_PROFILE_CLASSES table contains values from the profile class that you pass, or from the seeded profile class if you do not provide a class. During import, these values populate the HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES table. The data in the RA_CUSTOMERS_PROFILES_INTERFACE table also populates the HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES table. Because both sources can provide values for the same column in the HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES table, the resulting value depends on whether the value from the RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE table is null or not. • Value is not null - The value from the RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE table always overwrites any value from the HZ_CUST_PROFILE_CLASSES table. Value is null • These fields in the HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES table still take the null value from the RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACES table: AUTO_REC_INCL_DISPUTED_FLAG CREDIT_HOLD CREDIT_RATING PERCENT_COLLECTABLE RISK_CODE ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY ATTRIBUTE1 through ATTRIBUTE15 CLEARING_DAYS GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY



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GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE1 through GLOBAL_ATTRIBUTE20
Note: During the update of customer profiles, the

RISK_CODES and CREDIT_RATING fields in the HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES table retain their existing values when the values for these fields are null in the RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACES table.



These fields in the HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES table take instead the value from the HZ_CUST_PROFILE_CLASSES table: COLLECTOR_ID (referenced by the COLLECTOR_NAME column in the RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE table) CREDIT_BALANCE_STATEMENTS CREDIT_CHECKING DISCOUNT_TERMS DUNNING_LETTERS INTEREST_CHARGES STATEMENTS TOLERANCE TAX_PRINTING_OPTION AUTOCASH_HIERARCHY_ID (referenced by the AUTOCASH_HIERARCHY_NAME column in the RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE table) DISCOUNT_GRACE_DAYS INTEREST_PERIOD_DAYS OVERRIDE_TERMS PAYMENT_GRACE_DAYS STANDARD_TERMS (referenced by the STANDARD_TERM_NAME column in the RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE table) STATEMENT_CYCLE_ID (referenced by the STATEMENT_CYCLE_NAME column in the RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE table) CHARGE_ON_FINANCE_CHARGE_FLAG GROUPING_RULE_ID (referenced by the GROUPING_RULE_NAME column in the RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE table) CONS_INV_FLAG CONS_INV_TYPE

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AUTOCASH_HIERARCHY_ID_FOR_ADR (referenced by the AUTOCASH_HIERARCHY_NAME_ADR column in the RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE table) LOCKBOX_MATCHING_OPTION CREDIT_ANALYST_ID (not exposed in the RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE table) REVIEW_CYCLE (not exposed in the RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE table)

ACCOUNT_STATUS
Enter the status of your customer's account. Use account statuses you previously defined in the Receivables Lookups window with a lookup type of 'Account Status.' This column is optional.
Validation:

AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'ACCOUNT_STATUS' and ENABLED_FLAG='Y' HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.ACCOUNT_STATUS

Destination:

ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY, AMOUNT_ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY
Enter Descriptive Flexfield category information. These columns are optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY and HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

ATTRIBUTE1-15, AMOUNT_ATTRIBUTE1-15
Enter Descriptive Flexfield information. These columns are optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.ATTRIBUTE1-15 and HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.ATTRIBUTE1-15

AUTO_REC_INCL_DISPUTED_FLAG
Specify whether to include debit items that have been placed in dispute when you create automatic receipts for your customers. Defaults to No if null.
Validation:

Must equal 'Y' (Yes) or 'N' (No). Mandatory when profile class is null.

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Destination:

HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.AUTO_REC_INCL_DISPUTE D_FLAG

AUTOCASH_HIERARCHY_NAME
Enter the AutoCash Rule set to assign to your customer. Use AutoCash Rules sets that you previously defined in the AutoCash Rule Sets window.
Validation:

Must exist in AR_AUTOCASH_HIERARCHIES with status 'A.' Mandatory when no profile class specified. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.AUTOCASH_HIERARCHY_I D

Destination:

AUTO_REC_MIN_RECEIPT_AMOUNT
Enter the minimum receipt amount that must be specified for your customer when you create automatic receipts in this currency. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.AUTO_REC_MIN_RECEIPT_ AMOUNT

CHARGE_ON_FINANCE_CHARGE_FLAG
Specify whether you want to compound interest for your customer.
Validation:

Must equal 'Y' (Yes) or 'N' (No). Required if INTEREST_CHARGES is set to 'Y.' Do not enter a value if INTEREST_CHARGES is null or set to 'N'. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.CHARGE_ON_FINANCE_C HARGE_FLAG

Destination:

CLEARING_DAYS
Enter the number of clearing days for a customer profile.
Validation: Destination:

Must be an integer greater than or equal to zero. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.CLEARING_DAYS

COLLECTOR_NAME
Enter the collector assigned to a customer profile.
Validation:

Must be unique in AR_COLLECTORS and STATUS = 'A'

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(Active). Mandatory when no profile class specified.
Destination:

HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.COLLECTOR_ID (derived from CUSTOMER_NAME)

CONS_INV_FLAG
Enter Y if you send your customer consolidated billing invoice.
Validation: Destination:

If you enter a value, you must enter either Y or N. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.CONS_INV_FLAG

CONS_INV_TYPE
If you send your customer consolidated bills, then enter the type of consolidated billing invoice, SUMMARY or DETAIL.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.CONS_INV_TYPE

CREATED_BY
Enter the user ID that is creating this row. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

None None

CREATION_DATE
Enter the system date. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

Must be a valid date format. None

CREDIT_BALANCE_STATEMENTS
Specify whether to send statements to customers with credit balances.
Validation:

Must equal 'Y' (Yes) or 'N' (No). Must be 'N' when STATEMENTS = 'N.' Mandatory when no profile class specified. Mandatory when STATEMENTS = Yes. Must be null when STATEMENTS is null. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.CREDIT_BALANCE_STATE MENTS

Destination:

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CREDIT_HOLD
Specify whether to put a hold on your customer's credit.
Validation: Destination:

Must equal 'Y' (Yes) or 'N' (No)'. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.CREDIT_HOLD

CREDIT_RATING
Enter the credit rating for your customer. Use credit ratings you previously defined in the Receivables Lookups window using the lookup Type 'Credit rating for customers.' This column is optional.
Validation:

AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'CREDIT_RATING' and ENABLED_FLAG='A' HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.CREDIT_RATING

Destination:

CURRENCY_CODE
Enter a currency code to define customer profile amounts for your customer. Use currency codes previously defined in the Currencies window. Regardless of the value stored in INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG, Customer Interface always inserts and updates customer profile amount values you pass in this table. You must enter a value if any one of the following columns have values: INTEREST_RATE MAX_INTEREST_CHARGE MIN_DUNNING_AMOUNT MIN_DUNNING_INVOICE_AMOUNT MIN_FC_BALANCE_AMOUNT MIN_FC_INVOICE_AMOUNT MIN_STATEMENT_AMOUNT OVERALL_CREDIT_LIMIT TRX_CREDIT_LIMIT To update customer profile amounts, you provide a currency code for each row in the interface table. To update just the customer profile, you provide one row with a null CURRENCY_CODE column. To update both, you must provide a row with a null CURRENCY_CODE column to update the profile and rows with currency code to update the amounts.
Validation:

Must exist in FND_CURRENCIES. Mandatory when a profile amount value is populated. (Profile amount

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columns are listed above.)
Destination:

HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.CURRENCY_CODE

CUSTOMER_PROFILE_CLASS_NAME
Enter the name of the customer profile class you want to assign to a customer or bill-to, dunning, or statements address. This column is required. If this column is null, an active profile class with a profile class ID of '0' must exist in the HZ_CUST_PROFILE_CLASSES table.
Validation:

Must equal HZ_CUST_PROFILE_CLASSES.NAME and STATUS = 'A' (Active) HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.CUSTOMER_PROFILE_CLA SS_ID (derived from CUSTOMER_PROFILE_CLASS_NAME)

Destination:

DISCOUNT_TERMS, CREDIT_CHECKING, DUNNING_LETTERS, INTEREST_CHARGES, STATEMENTS
Specify whether to allow discounts, check credit, send dunning letters, charge interest or and send statements.
Validation:

Must equal 'Y' (Yes) or 'N' (No). Mandatory when no profile class specified. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.DISCOUNT_TERMS, HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.CREDIT_CHECKING, HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.DUNNING_LETTERS, HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.INTEREST_CHARGES, and HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.STATEMENTS

Destination:

DISCOUNT_GRACE_DAYS
Enter the number of days after the discount date that your customer can still take discounts.
Validation:

Number must be non-negative (must be >=0). Must be null when DISCOUNT_TERMS is null or 'No'. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.DISCOUNT_GRACE_DAYS

Destination:

GROUPING_RULE_NAME
Enter the grouping rule to assign to your customer. Use grouping rules you previously defined in the Grouping Rules window.

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Validation:

Must exist in RA_GROUPING_RULES. Mandatory when no profile class is specified. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.GROUPING_RULE_ID (derived from GROUPING_RULE_NAME)

Destination:

INTERFACE_STATUS
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null. The Customer Interface program updates this column with all error messages which apply to this interface record. If an interface record has several problems, the Customer Interface program updates this column with multiple error codes.
Validation: Destination:

None None

INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG
Enter a value to indicate whether you are inserting a new record or updating an existing record. Regardless of the value you enter in this column, you cannot insert or update profile information in the following columns: CURRENCY_CODE, AUTO_REC_MIN_RECEIPT_AMOUNT, INTEREST_RATE, MAX_INTEREST_CHARGE, MIN_DUNNING_AMOUNT, MIN_DUNNING_INVOICE_AMOUNT, MIN_FC_BALANCE_AMOUNT, MIN_FC_INVOICE_AMOUNT, MIN_STATEMENT_AMOUNT, OVERALL_CREDIT_LIMIT, TRX_CREDIT_LIMIT, AMOUNT_ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY and AMOUNT_ATTRIBUTE1 through AMOUNT_ATTRIBUTE15. If you are tying to insert new profile amount information, Customer Interface will automatically insert this information even if this column is set to 'U.' For example, if you want to update the tax printing option value for a record that you have already inserted and at the same time enter a new currency code for this customer profile, enter 'U' in this column. Customer Interface will automatically update the tax printing option value and automatically insert the new currency code. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

I' for insert, 'U' for update None

INTEREST_PERIOD_DAYS
Enter the number of days to which the interest rate refers.

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Validation:

Number must be positive. Mandatory when INTEREST_CHARGES is Yes. Must be null when INTEREST_CHARGES is No or null. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.INTEREST_PERIOD_DAYS

Destination:

INTEREST_RATE
Enter the interest rate to charge your customer for this currency. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.INTEREST_RATE

LAST_UPDATED_BY
Enter the user ID that is updating this row. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

None None

LAST_UPDATE_DATE
Enter the system date. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

Must be a valid date format. None

LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN
Enter the login ID. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None None

MAX_INTEREST_CHARGE
Enter the maximum amount of interest to charge your customer in this currency for each invoice. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.MAX_INTEREST_CHARGE

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MIN_DUNNING_AMOUNT
Enter the minimum amount in this currency that must be past due for your customer before you select the customer for dunning. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.MIN_DUNNING_AMOUNT

MIN_DUNNING_INVOICE_AMOUNT
Enter the minimum invoice amount in this currency that must be past due for your customer before you select the customer for dunning. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.MIN_DUNNING_INVOICE_ AMOUNT

MIN_FC_BALANCE_AMOUNT
Enter the minimum customer balance that you require before you charge your customer finance charges for past due items in this currency. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.MIN_FC_BALANCE_AMOU NT

MIN_FC_INVOICE_AMOUNT
Enter the minimum invoice balance that you require before you charge your customer finance charges for past due items in this currency. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.MIN_FC_INVOICE_AMOUN T

MIN_STATEMENT_AMOUNT
Enter the minimum outstanding balance in this currency that your customer must exceed in order for a statement to be generated. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.MIN_STATEMENT_AMOUN T

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ORG_ID
Enter the operating unit for which you want the Customer Interface program to validate and import customer information. This column is optional. If you do not enter a value, the Customer Interface program validates and imports customer information for all the operating units on your access list.
Validation:

Common Utility MO_GLOBAL.GET_VALID_ORG() validates that the ORG_ID is NOT NULL and is on your access list. None

Destination:

ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF
Enter the value that represents the customer or bill-to, dunning, or statements site for which you are inserting or updating customer profile information.
Validation:

For insert, this customer reference must exist in HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS or be successfully validated in RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE. For update, this customer reference must exist in HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.CUSTOMER_ID (Derived from ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF)

Destination:

ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF
Enter the value that represents the customer bill-to, dunning, or statements address for which you are inserting or updating customer profile information. An active bill-to, dunning, or statements business purpose must be associated with this address.
Validation:

For insert, this address reference must exist in HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES or be successfully validated in RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE. For update, this address reference must exist in HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.SITE_USE_ID (derived from ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF)

Destination:

OVERALL_CREDIT_LIMIT
Enter the total amount of credit to give to your customer in this currency. This column is optional.
Validation:

TRX_CREDIT_LIMIT and OVERALL_CREDIT_LIMIT

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must both be filled in, or both be null. TRX_CREDIT_LIMIT may not be greater than the OVERALL_CREDIT_LIMIT.
Destination:

HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.OVERALL_CREDIT_LIMIT

OVERRIDE_TERMS
Specify whether you want to be able to enter payment terms that are different from the payment term you enter in STANDARD_TERM_NAME.
Validation:

Must equal 'Y' (Yes) or 'N' (No). Mandatory when no profile class is specified. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.OVERRIDE_TERMS

Destination:

PAYMENT_GRACE_DAYS
Enter the number of days you will allow your customer's receipt to be overdue before you initiate collection action.
Validation: Destination:

Number must be non-negative (must be >=0). HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.PAYMENT_GRACE_DAYS

PERCENT_COLLECTABLE
Enter the percentage of your customer's account balance that you expect to collect regularly. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

Must be between 0 to 100. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.PERCENT_COLLECTABLE

REQUEST_ID
This column is used by Customer Interface, and should be left null.
Validation: Destination:

None None

RISK_CODE
Enter the risk code for your customer. Use risk codes you previously defined in the Receivables Lookups window with a lookup type of 'Customer credit risk.' This column is optional.

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Validation:

AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'RISK_CODE' HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.RISK_CODE

Destination:

STANDARD_TERM_NAME
Enter the standard payment terms for your customer. Use payment terms that you previously defined in the Payment Terms window. This column is optional.
Validation:

Must exist in RA_TERMS. Must have a unique value. Mandatory when no profile class is specified. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.STANDARD_TERMS (derived from STANDARD_TERM_NAME)

Destination:

STATEMENT_CYCLE_NAME
Enter the statement cycle to associate with your customer. Use statement cycles that you previously defined in the Statement Cycles window.
Validation:

Must exist in AR_STATEMENT_CYCLES. Must be null when STATEMENTS is No or null. Mandatory when STATEMENTS is Yes. Must have a unique value. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.STATEMENT_CYCLE_ID (derived from STATEMENT_CYCLE_NAME)

Destination:

TAX_PRINTING_OPTION
Enter a tax printing option to indicate how you want to print tax information for your customer's invoices.
Validation:

AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'TAX_PRINTING_OPTION'. Mandatory when no profile class specified. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.TAX_PRINTING_OPTION

Destination:

TOLERANCE
Enter the percent over the credit limit that your customer can exceed before you will act.
Validation:

Must be between -100 and 100. Mandatory when no profile class specified. HZ_CUSTOMER_PROFILES.TOLERANCE

Destination:

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TRX_CREDIT_LIMIT
Enter the amount of credit for each order that you want to give to your customer in this currency.
Validation:

TRX_CREDIT_LIMIT and OVERALL_CREDIT_LIMIT must both be filled in, or both be null. TRX_CREDIT_LIMIT may not be greater than the OVERALL_CREDIT_LIMIT. HZ_CUST_PROFILE_AMTS.TRX_CREDIT_LIMIT

Destination:

VALIDATED_FLAG
This column is used by Customer Interface, and should be left null.
Validation: Destination:

None None

Table Name: RA_CONTACT_PHONES_INTERFACE
This table stores telephone numbers for customers, addresses and contacts as well as contacts for customers and addresses. You do not have to enter values in this table if you do not want to pass telephone or contact information.

CONTACT_ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY
Enter Descriptive Flexfield category information. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY and HZ_CUST_ACCT_ROLES.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

PHONE_ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY
Enter Descriptive Flexfield category information. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

PHONE_ATTRIBUTE_1-15
Enter Descriptive Flexfield category information. These columns are optional.
Validation:

None

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Destination:

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.ATTRIBUTE1 TO 15

CONTACT_ATTRIBUTE1-24
Enter Descriptive Flexfield information. These columns are optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.ATTRIBUTE1 TO 24 and HZ_CUST_ACCT_ROLES.ATTRIBUTE1 TO 24

CONTACT_FIRST_NAME
Enter the contact's first name.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_PARTIES.PERSON_FIRST_NAME and HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_FIRST_NAME

CONTACT_JOB_TITLE
Enter the job title or responsibility for this contact. Use contact job titles that you previously defined in the Receivables Lookups window. This column is optional.
Validation:

AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'RESPONSIBILITY' HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.JOB_TITLE_CODE

Destination:

CONTACT_LAST_NAME
Enter the contact's last name. If ORIG_SYSTEM_CONTACT_REF is filled in, then you must enter a value in this column. Otherwise, this column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_PARTIES.PERSON_LAST_NAME and HZ_PERSON_PROFILES.PERSON_LAST_NAME

CONTACT_POINT_TYPE
Enter the type of the contact point, such as phone or e-mail, that you want to update.
Validation:

AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'COMMUNICATION_TYPE'. Mandatory when specifying contact point information.

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Destination:

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.CONTACT_POINT_TYPE

CONTACT_TITLE
Enter the title for this contact. This column is optional.
Validation:

AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'CONTACT_TITLE' HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.TITLE

Destination:

CREATED_BY
Enter the user ID that is creating this row. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

None None

CREATION_DATE
Enter the system date. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

Must be a valid date format. None

INTERFACE_STATUS
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null. The Customer Interface program updates this column with all error messages that apply to this interface record. If an interface record has several problems, the Customer Interface program updates this column with multiple error codes.

INSERT_UPDATE_FLAG
Enter a value to indicate whether you are inserting a new record or updating an existing record. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

'I' for insert, 'U' for update. None

LAST_UPDATED_BY
Enter the userid that is updating this row. This column is required.
Validation:

None

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Destination:

None

LAST_UPDATE_DATE
Enter the system date. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

Must be a valid date format. None

LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN
Enter the login ID. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None None

ORG_ID
Enter the operating unit for which you want the Customer Interface program to validate and import customer information. This column is optional. If you do not enter a value, the Customer Interface program validates and imports customer information for all the operating units on your access list.
Validation:

Common Utility MO_GLOBAL.GET_VALID_ORG() validates that the ORG_ID is NOT NULL and is on your access list. None

Destination:

ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF
Enter a value that you can use to uniquely identify your customer in your original system.
Validation:

Must equal HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE for update. If you are entering either contact or telephone information, you must enter a value in this column. None

Destination:

ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF
Enter a value that you can use to uniquely identify this address in your original system.

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If this column is null, the phone or contact that you enter refers to the customer.
Validation:

Must equal HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES_ALL.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFEREN CE for update. If you are entering information that refers to an address, such as a contact or telephone, then you must enter a value in this column. None

Destination:

ORIG_SYSTEM_CONTACT_REF
Enter a value that you can use to uniquely identify this contact in your original system. This column forms part of the primary key for HZ_CUST_ACCT_ROLES and HZ_ORG_CONTACTS. The primary key is a combination of ORIG_SYSTEM_CONTACT_REF and ORIG_SYSTEM_TELEPHONE_REF. To enter a contact for a customer, do not enter a value in ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF. If you are entering a contact for a specific address, then enter values in both ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF and ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF.
Validation:

Must equal HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE for update. If you are entering contact information or information that refers to a contact, such as a telephone number assigned to a contact, you must enter a value in this column. HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE and HZ_CUST_ACCT_ROLES.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

Destination:

ORIG_SYSTEM_TELEPHONE_REF
Enter a value that you can use to uniquely identify this telephone in your original system. This column forms part of the primary key for RA_CONTACT_PHONES_INTERFACE. The primary key is a combination of ORIG_SYSTEM_CONTACT_REF and ORIG_SYSTEM_TELEPHONE_REF. To enter a telephone for a customer, do not enter values in ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF or ORIG_SYSTEM_CONTACT_REF. To enter a telephone for a specific address, enter values in ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF and ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF. To enter telephones for a specific contact, enter values in ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF, ORIG_SYSTEM_CONTACT_REF, and

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ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF, if the contact is associated with an address.
Validation:

Must equal HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE. Mandatory when specifying telephone information. HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.ORIG_SYSTEM_REFERENCE

Destination:

REQUEST_ID
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null.

TELEPHONE
Enter the telephone number for the customer, address, or contact.
Validation:

Mandatory when specifying telephone information (for example, if ORIG_SYSTEM_TELEPHONE_REF is filled in). HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.PHONE_NUMBER

Destination:

TELEPHONE_AREA_CODE, TELEPHONE_EXTENSION
Enter the area code or extension for the telephone number, depending on the column you choose. These columns are optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.AREA_CODE and HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EXTENSION

TELEPHONE_TYPE
Enter the type of telephone number such as General, Fax, or Telex. Use telephone types that you previously defined in the Receivables Lookups window with a lookup type of 'Types of communication used in contacting customers.' • If TELEPHONE_TYPE in RA_CONTACTS_PHONES_INT_ALL = 'TLX,' then CONTACT_POINT_TYPE = 'TLX' and PHONE_LINE_TYPE is null. If TELEPHONE_TYPE in RA_CONTACTS_PHONES_INT_ALL is a valid lookup code of PHONE_LINE_TYPE lookup and = 'Phone,' then CONTACT_POINT_TYPE = 'PHONE' and PHONE_LINE_TYPE = 'GEN.' If TELEPHONE_TYPE in RA_CONTACTS_PHONES_INT_ALL is a valid lookup code of PHONE_LINE_TYPE lookup and does not = 'PHONE,' then CONTACT_POINT_TYPE = 'PHONE' and PHONE_LINE_TYPE = valid lookup code 'X.'





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If you want to specify that the phone line type is general, then you should populate the interface table with 'GEN.' The CONTACT_POINT_TYPE will be 'PHONE' for all telephone types except 'TLX.'
Validation:

AR_LOOKUPS.LOOKUP_CODE where LOOKUP_TYPE = 'PHONE_LINE_TYPE' or 'TLX.' Mandatory when specifying telephone information (for example, if ORIG_SYSTEM_TELEPHONE_REF is filled in). HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.CONTACT_POINT_TYPE

Destination:

VALIDATED_FLAG
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null.

SEX_CODE
The gender of the contact person (male or female). This column is not currently used by Customer Interface.

EMAIL_ADDRESS
The electronic mail address for this contact person. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EMAIL_ADDRESS

MAIL_STOP
The location used by the postal service to deliver mail to this contact person. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.MAIL_STOP

SALUTATION
The introductory greeting to use in official documents sent to this contact person. This column is not currently used by Customer Interface.

CONTACT_KEY
This column is populated by an Oracle Sales and Marketing Application Programming Interface (API). This column is optional.
Validation:

None

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Destination:

HZ_ORG_CONTACTS.CONTACT_KEY

Table Name: RA_CUSTOMER_BANKS_INTERFACE
This table stores bank information for a customer or for a specific Bill-To address. You do not have to enter values in this table if you do not want to insert or assign customer bank information. If you associate an automatic payment method to a customer or a customer's Bill-To business purpose, you must enter a bank account for this customer.

ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY
Enter Descriptive Flexfield category information. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None AP_BANK_ACCOUNT_USES.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

ATTRIBUTE1-15
Enter Descriptive Flexfield information. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None AP_BANK_ACCOUNT_USES.ATTRIBUTE1-15

BANK_ACCOUNT_NUM, BANK_ACCOUNT_CURRENCY_CODE
Enter the account number or currency code for this bank account, depending on the column you choose. This number must be unique within a bank branch.
Validation:

If the bank account already exists, do not enter a value. If the bank account does not exist, you must enter a value. IBY_EXT_BANK_ACCOUNTS.BANK_ACCOUNT_NUM and IBY_EXT_BANK_ACCOUNTS.CURRENCY_CODE

Destination:

BANK_ACCOUNT_INACTIVE_DATE
Enter the date that this bank account becomes inactive. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

Must be a valid date format. IBY_EXT_BANK_ACCOUNTS.END_DATE

BANK_ACCOUNT_DESCRIPTION
Enter a description for this bank account. This column is optional.

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Validation: Destination:

None IBY_EXT_BANK_ACCOUNTS.DESCRIPTION

BANK_ACCOUNT_CHECK_DIGITS
Enter the number this bank account prints on checks. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None IBY_EXT_BANK_ACCOUNTS.CHECK_DIGITS

BANK_ACCOUNT_NAME
Enter the bank account name to assign to a customer or Bill-To address. Use the Banks window to define banks and bank accounts for your customers. If the bank account has not already been defined, Customer Interface will try to create it in AP_BANK_ACCOUNTS. This column is required.
Validation:

Must exist in AP_BANK_ACCOUNTS or, if it does not exist, values must exist for BANK_ACCOUNT_CURRENCY_CODE, BANK_ACCOUNT_NUM, BANK_NAME, and BANK_BRANCH_NAME. IBY_EXT_BANK_ACCOUNTS.BANK_ACCOUNT_NAME

Destination:

BANK_NAME, BANK_BRANCH_NAME
Enter the name of the bank or bank branch for the account you are inserting. If the bank account does not exist, you must enter a value.
Validation:

BANK_NAME together with BANK_BRANCH_NAME must be unique. If the bank account already exists, do not enter a value. Bank_Branch_Name is mandatory when the bank account is not defined. HZ_PARTIES.PARTY_NAME.

Destination:

BANK_NUMBER
Enter the number of the bank associated with the bank account.
Validation:

Must be unique. If the bank account already exists, do not enter a value. If the bank account does not exist, this column is optional. HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.BANK_OR_BRANCH_

Destination:

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NUMBER

BANK_NUM
Enter the number of the bank branch associated with the bank account you are inserting.
Validation:

Must be unique. If the bank account already exists, do not enter a value. If the bank account does not exist, this column is optional. HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.BANK_OR_BRANCH_ NUMBER

Destination:

BANK_BRANCH_DESCRIPTION
Enter a description for this bank branch. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_PARTIES.MISSION_STATEMENT

BANK_BRANCH_ADDRESS1-4, BANK_BRANCH_CITY, BANK_BRANCH_COUNTY, BANK_BRANCH_STATE, BANK_BRANCH_ZIP, BANK_BRANCH_PROVINCE
Enter the street address, city, county, state, postal code, or province for this bank branch. These columns are optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_PARTIES.ADDRESS_LINE1-4, HZ_PARTIES.CITY, HZ_LOCATIONS.BANK_BRANCH_COUNTY, HZ_PARTIES.STATE, HZ_PARTIES.ZIP, HZ_PARTIES.PROVINCE

BANK_BRANCH_COUNTRY
Enter the country for this bank branch. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

Must exist in FND_TERRITORIES.TERRITORY_CODE. HZ_PARTIES.COUNTRY

BANK_BRANCH_PHONE, BANK_BRANCH_AREA_CODE
Enter the telephone number or telephone area code for this bank branch. These columns are optional.

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Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.PHONE_NUMBER and HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.PHONE_AREA_CODE

BANK_BRANCH_EFT_USER_NUMBER
Enter the Electronic Funds Transfer user ID. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None HZ_CONTACT_POINTS.EFT_USER_NUMBER

BANK_ACCOUNT_ATT_CATEGORY, BANK_BRANCH_ATT_CATEGORY
Enter Descriptive Flexfield category information. These columns are optional.
Validation: Destination:

None AP_BANK_ACCOUNTS.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY and AP_BANK_BRANCHES.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY

BANK_ACCOUNT_ATTRIBUTE1-15, BANK_BRANCH_ATTRIBUTE1-15
Enter Descriptive Flexfield information. These columns are optional.
Validation: Destination:

None AP_BANK_ACCOUNTS.ATTRIBUTE1-15 and AP_BANK_BRANCHES.ATTRIBUTE1-15

BANK_HOME_COUNTRY
Enter the home country code for the bank. This columns is optional.
Validation:

This column is validated against FND_TERRITORIES. Mandatory when creating a new bank. HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES.HOME_COUNTRY

Destination:

CREATED_BY
Enter the user ID that is creating this row. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

None None

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CREATION_DATE
Enter the system date. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

Must be a valid date format. None

END_DATE
Enter the date that this bank account becomes inactive. This column is optional.
Validation:

End Date cannot be before the start date. Customers can be assigned to multiple bank accounts as long as there is no overlapping date range. Must be a valid date format. IBY_PMT_INSTR_USES_ALL.END_DATE

Destination:

INTERFACE_STATUS
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null. The Customer Interface program updates this column with all error messages that apply to this interface record. If an interface record has several problems, the Customer Interface program updates this column with multiple error codes.
Validation: Destination:

None None

LAST_UPDATED_BY
Enter the user ID that is updating this row. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

None None

LAST_UPDATE_DATE
Enter the system date. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

Must be a valid date format. None

LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN
Enter the login ID. This column is optional.

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Validation: Destination:

None None

ORG_ID
Enter the operating unit for which you want the Customer Interface program to validate and import customer information. This column is optional. If you do not enter a value, the Customer Interface program validates and imports customer information for all the operating units on your access list.
Validation:

Common Utility MO_GLOBAL.GET_VALID_ORG() validates that the ORG_ID is NOT NULL and is on your access list. None

Destination:

ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF
Enter the value that represents the customer for which you are inserting bank information. This column is required.
Validation:

The customer reference must exist in HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS or be successfully validated in RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE. IBY_EXTERNAL_PAYERS_ALL.CUST_ACCOUNT_ID

Destination:

ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF
Enter the value that represent the customer address for which you are inserting bank information. An active Bill-To business purpose must be associated with this address. This column is required only if you want to insert bank information for a specific Bill-To address.
Validation:

For insert, the address reference must exist in HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES_ALL or be successfully validated in RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE (derived from ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF) IBY_EXTERNAL_PAYERS_ALL.ACCT_SITE_USE_ID

Destination:

PRIMARY_FLAG
Indicates whether this is the primary bank account for this customer or Bill-To address. This column is required.

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Validation:

Enter 'Y' or 'N.' Only one primary bank account can exist at either the customer level or address level. IBY_PMT_INSTR_USES_ALL.ORDER_OF_PREFERENCE

Destination:

REQUEST_ID
This column is used by Customer Interface, and should be left null.
Validation: Destination:

None None

START_DATE
Enter the starting date that this bank account becomes active. This column is required.
Validation:

End Date cannot be before the start date. Customers can be assigned to multiple bank accounts as long as there is no overlapping date range. Must be a valid date format. IBY_PMT_INSTR_USES_ALL.START_DATE

Destination:

VALIDATED_FLAG
This column is used by Customer Interface, and should be left null.
Validation: Destination:

None None

Table Name: RA_CUST_PAY_METHOD_INTERFACE
This table stores payment method information for a customer or for a specific Bill-To address. If you associate an automatic payment method to a customer or a customer's Bill-To address, a bank account must exist for this customer. You do not have to enter values in this table if you do not want to assign a payment method to a customer. You cannot insert payment methods using Customer Interface. You must use the Payment Methods window to create new payment methods.

ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY
Enter Descriptive Flexfield category information. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None RA_CUST_RECEIPT_METHODS.ATTRIBUTE_CATEGOR Y

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ATTRIBUTE1-15
Enter Descriptive Flexfield information. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None RA_CUST_RECEIPT_METHODS.ATTRIBUTE1-15

CREATED_BY
Enter the user ID that is creating this row. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

None None

CREATION_DATE
Enter the system date. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

Must be a valid date format. None

END_DATE
Enter the date that this payment method becomes inactive. This column is optional.
Validation:

Customers can be assigned to multiple payment methods as long as there is no overlapping date range. Must be a valid date format. RA_CUST_RECEIPT_METHODS.END_DATE

Destination:

INTERFACE_STATUS
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null. The Customer Interface program updates this column with all error messages that apply to this interface record. If an interface record has several problems, the Customer Interface program updates this column with multiple error codes.
Validation: Destination:

None None

LAST_UPDATED_BY
Enter the user ID that is updating this row. This column is required.

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Validation: Destination:

None None

LAST_UPDATE_DATE
Enter the system date. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

Must be a valid date format. None

LAST_UPDATE_LOGIN
Enter the login ID. This column is optional.
Validation: Destination:

None None

ORG_ID
Enter the operating unit for which you want the Customer Interface program to validate and import customer information. This column is optional. If you do not enter a value, the Customer Interface program validates and imports customer information for all the operating units on your access list.
Validation:

Common Utility MO_GLOBAL.GET_VALID_ORG() validates that the ORG_ID is NOT NULL and is on your access list. None

Destination:

ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF
Enter the value that represents the customer for which you are inserting a payment method. This column is required.
Validation:

The customer reference must exist in HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS or be successfully validated in RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE. RA_CUST_RECEIPTS_METHODS.CUSTOMER_ID (derived from ORIG_SYSTEM_CUSTOMER_REF)

Destination:

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ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF
Enter the value that represents the customer address for which you are inserting a payment method. An active Bill-To business purpose must be associated with this address. This column is required only if you are inserting a payment method for a specific Bill-To address.
Validation:

This address reference must exist in HZ_PARTY_SITES or be successfully validated in RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE. RA_CUST_RECEIPT_METHODS.SITE_USE_ID (derived from ORIG_SYSTEM_ADDRESS_REF)

Destination:

PAYMENT_METHOD_NAME
Enter the name of the payment method that you want to assign to a customer or Bill-To address. This column is required.
Validation: Destination:

Must exist in AR_RECEIPT_METHODS. RA_CUST_RECEIPTS_METHODS.RECEIPT_METHOD_I D (derived from PAYMENT_METHOD_NAME)

PRIMARY_FLAG
Enter 'Y' or 'N' to indicate whether this is the primary payment method for a customer or Bill-To address. This column is required.
Validation:

Only one primary payment method can exist at either the customer level or Bill-To address level. RA_CUST_RECEIPTS_METHODS.PRIMARY_FLAG

Destination:

REQUEST_ID
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null.
Validation: Destination:

None None

START_DATE
Enter the starting date that this payment method becomes active. This column is required.
Validation:

Customers can be assigned to multiple payment methods

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as long as there is no overlapping date range. Must be a valid date format.
Destination:

RA_CUST_RECEIPT_METHODS.START_DATE

VALIDATED_FLAG
This column is used by Customer Interface and should be left null.
Validation: Destination:

None None

Related Topics
Customer Interface, Oracle Trading Community Architecture User Guide System Tables Updated by Customer Interface, Oracle Trading Community Architecture User Guide Interface Data Required to Run Customer Interface, Oracle Trading Community Architecture User Guide A Sample Customer Import, Oracle Trading Community Architecture User Guide

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D&B Data Elements
This chapter describes about the D&B elements. This chapter covers the following topics: • • • D&B Data Elements Overview General Data Elements Financial Data Elements

D&B Data Elements Overview
The D&B data products include over 150 separate data elements that are mapped to columns in the TCA Registry. The names of some of the D&B data elements are slightly different from the column names in the HZ tables.

Related Topics
Oracle eBusiness Suite Electronic Technical Reference Manual (eTRM) General Data Elements, page 3-1 Financial Data Elements, page 3-16

General Data Elements
8(A) Firms Indicator
The 8(A) Firms Indicator identifies a small business classified by the Small Business Administration as socially or economically disadvantaged. A value of Yes means the business is classified as disadvantaged. This indicator is available only for US companies.

D&B Data Elements 3-1

Average High Credit
The average high credit represents the median of the highest credit extended to the subject business over the past 12 months. The average is calculated by taking the sum of all high credit dollar amounts from unique supplier account experiences divided by the total number of account experiences.

Capital Type
This element group describes the amount and type of capital in the business. The amount and currency code specify the value. Type Indicator describes whether the amount is Issued Capital, Paid in Capital, Nominal, or Authorized. Paid Up or Issued Capital is the amount of capital pledged by shareholders at any given time and is calculated by multiplying the number of shares issued by the par value or face of each share. Some shares confer different obligations or voting rights on their owners. The share capital is a component of the equity of any company along with reserves and accumulated profits or losses. In the event of a liquidation of the business, any shares not yet paid up must be fully paid up at that time. Nominal or Authorized Capital refers to a maximum amount of set issued or paid-up capital beyond which the subject could not issue any further capital or shares.

CEO Name
The name of the individual identified as having the chief executive function. The CEO is the highest ranking person on site: President, Owner, Branch Manager, and so on. Some data products provide the individual's title along with the name.

CEO Title
The position title of the primary executive in the company.

Claims Indicator
Indicates if open claims, liens, protested bills, warrants, Social Securities Summons, or equivalent exist in the D&B database for the case company.

Commentary
Automatically generated comments, as necessary.

Commentary Counter
Number of Commentary items.

Commercial Credit Score (USA)
The Commercial Credit Score (USA) is a statistically modeled D&B score indicating the risk of delinquent payments based on the information in D&B's files. The higher the

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score, the lower the probability of payment delinquency. The Commercial Credit Score (USA) predicts the likelihood that a company will pay its bills in a severely delinquent manner (over 90 days past term) within the next twelve months. Severely delinquent is defined as a business with at least 25% of its payments slow and at least 10% of its payments 90 days or more past due. This score is only available to D&B customers in the United States for businesses located in the United States.

Commercial Credit Score (USA) Data Product
This data product includes the Commercial Credit Score (USA) as well as other indicators of creditworthiness such as the D&B Credit Rating, the Paydex score, and bankruptcy information. This score is only available to D&B customers in the United States for businesses located in the United States.

Congressional District Code
The Congressional District Code is a number that represents a congressional district of the United States.

Control Year
The year that the present majority control or ownership of shares was established. Can be the same as Start Year.

Country Code
The two character ISO code for the country where the business is located.

Credit Score Class
A number between 0 and 5 that indicates the risk of delinquent payments over the next 12 months.

Credit Score Class Explanation
A descriptive explanation of the Credit Score Class. It describes the risk of delinquent payment over the next 12 months.

Credit Score Percentile
The percentile places the business in a 1 to 100 rank order with 1 indicating the highest risk and 100 indicating the lowest risk among the other businesses in D&B's US database.

D&B Data Elements 3-3

Criminal Indicator
The Criminal Indicator provides an indication of whether criminal proceedings related to the case exist in D&B's database.

Currency
Default three character ISO currency code for figures in the data product.

D&B Rating
The D&B Rating gives an indication of credit worthiness. The D&B Rating is normally divided into two parts, the financial strength code and the risk indicator reflects the risk associated with the business. The Financial Strength component is an indication of the size of the subject's tangible net worth (that is, the shareholders funds less any intangible assets) based primarily on the most recent fiscal balance sheet results. The Composite Appraisal component is linked to the level of risk and is an overall evaluation of credit worthiness. It takes into account the financial condition but also several nonfinancial factors such as trade payment history, length of operation, employee numbers, legal structure, management experience, and any adverse listings. In some countries, D&B uses other information in its databases to assign an ER code (size by employee range) to businesses within specific industries or R ratings for companies without current financial statements on file. The Rating Interpretation Tables contain specific rating definitions and interpretation tables for countries around the world.

Date Scored
The date on which the Commercial Credit Score was generated.

Debarments Count
A count of the debarments present in the D&B file.

Debarments Date
The date of the last current debarment filing. This element is available only from the US.

Debarments Element Group
A count of the US government debarments present in the D&B file and the date of the last current debarment filing.

Delinquency Score (calculated)
The Credit/Delinquency Score is a statistically modeled D&B score indicating the risk of delinquent payments based on the information in D&B's files. The higher the Delinquency Score, the lower the probability of payment delinquency.

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The US Delinquency Score predicts the likelihood that a company will pay its bills in a severely delinquent manner (over 90 days past term), or obtain legal relief from creditors, or cease operations without paying all creditors in full over the next 12 months, based on the information in D&B's files. Severely delinquent is defined as a business with at least 25% of its payments slow and at least 10% of its payments 90 days or more past due. The Australian Delinquency Score measures the probability that a business will pay in a severely delinquent manner, defined as at least 10% of trade payments being more than 90 days beyond terms in the next 12 months. The New Zealand Delinquency Score predicts the probability of severely delinquent payment within the next 12 months; however, the definition of severely delinquent is at least 20% of trade payments being more than 60 days beyond terms. The Canadian Delinquency Score predicts the likelihood of a firm paying in a severely delinquent manner during the next twelve months where severely delinquent is defined as over 90 days past terms.

Delinquency Score Class
The Delinquency Score Class enables you to quickly segment your new and existing accounts into various risk segments to determine appropriate marketing or credit policies. The Class segments the data into five distinct risk groups where 1 represents businesses that have the lowest probability of severe delinquency, 5 represents businesses with the highest probability of severe delinquency. The Incidence of default relates the percentage probability of delinquency outcome for a score range/class.

Delinquency Score Commentary
The Credit (Delinquency) Score Commentary is a repeating field containing codes which explain the conditions driving the score assigned to the business.

Delinquency Score Industry Percentile, Delinquency Score National Percentile
The Delinquency Score Percentile illustrates where a company falls among businesses in the D&B information base, and is most effectively used to rank order portfolios from highest to lowest risk of business failure. The percentile is based on a 1 to 100 scale, where 1 represents businesses that have the highest probability of severe delinquency, and 100 which represents businesses with the lowest probability of severe delinquency.

Delinquency Score Override Code
Delinquency Score Override Code is populated for special case instances in Australia where the delinquency score is a special value (0, 893-895) or cannot be calculated.

Disaster Special Events Indicator
Indicates if special events exist in the D&B database for the subject company concerning

D&B Data Elements 3-5

disasters such as fire, flood, earthquake, hurricane, and so on.

Domestic Ultimate Element Group
This group of elements provides the Domestic Ultimate Name, D-U-N-S Number, and country code in which the business is located. The Domestic Ultimate is the highest corporate family member in the same country as the subject business if you walk up the branch of the corporate family tree. A business may be its own domestic ultimate. The fields will be blank if the subject business is a single location (not linked) in the D&B database. The Domestic Ultimate Name is the legal business name. The Domestic Ultimate party can be a headquarters or a branch/division. A country can have more than one Domestic Ultimate organization. There will be a separate Domestic Ultimate party for each limb of a tree.

Do Not Confuse With
Indicates that a similarly named business should not be confused with the business undergoing review.

D-U-N-S Number
D-U-N-S, which stands for Data Universal Numbering System, is a 9-digit nonindicative identification number assigned by D&B to each separate commercial entity in the D&B database. Each record is given a different number. For businesses with multiple locations, each location is assigned its own unique D-U-N-S Number. This field is always populated and contains the D-U-N-S number of the business that all other data elements in the record describe.

Employees Statistics Group
The Employees Statistics group provides the total number of persons employed by this business and the number of persons at this physical address (excluding employees of branches or divisions who are not at this physical address). The Estimated or Actual and the Minimum, Maximum, or Average indicators qualify the data provided for the number of employees.

Enquiry D-U-N-S
Identifier of case enquired upon, will be the same as D-U-N-S unless a trade up from a branch to a headquarters location has taken place.

Export Indicator
Indicates that the D&B database contains information whether the business exports or not.

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Failure Score (calculated), Failure Score Aggregate, Failure Score Industry Incidence of Default
D&B's Failure Scores predict the probability of severe financial distress or failure. The Failure Score Commentary field is available only from the US and contains explanation codes for that particular score. In the US, the calculated failure score (values 1,001 to 1,850) provides a direct relationship between the score and the level of risk. A 1,001 represents businesses that have the highest probability of financial stress, an 1,850 the lowest probability of financial stress. The marginal odds of being good doubles for each 40 point increase. For example, a score of 1,200, on a marginal basis, represents twice the risk of financial stress as a score of 1,240. This score enables you to use more granular cutoffs to drive your automated decision-making process. Failure scores are not calculated in the US for those businesses designated as Discontinued at This Location, Open Bankruptcy, Higher Risk, or Self Inquired D-U-N-S®. These records are automatically assigned a score of 0. For Japan, the Failure Score (values 0 to 10) predicts the probability of closure (failure) in the next twelve months. In Canada, where there is a Stability Score predicting the probability of business closure, instead of failure, the value in the Failure Score field is the Stability Score (values 1 to 10).

Failure Score Class
The Failure Score Class segments the data into five distinct risk groups where 1 represents businesses that have the lowest probability of financial stress, and 5 represents businesses with the highest probability of financial stress. This class enables you to quickly segment new and existing accounts into various risk segments to determine appropriate marketing or credit policies. The Incidence of default relates the percentage probability of failure outcome for a score range/class.

Failure Score Commentary
The Failure Score Commentary field is available only from the US and contains explanation codes for that particular score.

Failure Score National Percentile
The percentile score of 1 to 100 indicates where a company falls among businesses in the local D&B information base, and is most effectively used to rank order portfolios from highest to lowest risk of business failure. A percentile score of 1 represents businesses that have the highest probability of financial stress, and a 100 which represents businesses with the lowest probability of financial stress. Percentile Scores are available from Western Europe, the US and Australia.

D&B Data Elements 3-7

Failure Score Override Code
In Europe, the Failure Score Override Code indicates the reason for variance between the D&B Rating and Failure Score. European values are: 1 indicates severe negative information, 2 indicates minimal data, 3 indicates new business, 4 indicates out of business, 5 indicates miscellaneous information. In the US, the code indicates the reason no score was calculated or that the score is equal to 0. The US values are 6 indicates special events, 7 indicates business discontinued at this location, 8 indicates open bankruptcy. Override codes 9 to 19 will be used to indicate special case instances for Australia where the failure score is a special value (0, 900 to 995) or cannot be calculated.

Fax Number
The main facsimile number for the subject business.

Financial Embarrassment Indicator
Indicates whether a record exists of an open bankruptcy, receivership liquidation, discontinuance with unpaid obligations or an equivalent event related to the company in the D&B database. Other specific event categories relate to administrator appointments and orders, Meeting of Creditors, Wind Up Petitions and Statements of Insolvency.

Financial/Legal Special Events Indicator
Indicates whether special events exist in D&B's database that denote financial embarrassment or legal filings related to the business. These include Public Sales, Change of 50% of Assets, Public Filings, Letter of Liability, and Principals Antecedents – Bankruptcy.

Global Failure Score Aggregate, Global Failure Score (calculated), Global Failure Score Age, Global Failure Score Date
D&B's Global Failure Score predicts the likelihood of a firm ceasing business without paying all creditors in full, or reorganizing, or obtaining relief from creditors under state or federal law over the next 12 months. D&B's Global Failure Score is only available as a raw score with a four-digit scale starting from 1001-1850. The Global Failure Score is a single, uniform measure predicting risk of failure in any included country. Included countries are defined as those countries that have a statistical model that predicts business failure for companies within that country. In the score's first version, these countries are Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, and United States. While the Global Failure Score is defined as a single, uniform measure predicting risk of failure in any country, the definition of failure can vary from country to country. Therefore the Global Failure Score may be different for Country A and Country B at the

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same approval rate. In most cases Global Failure Score will be used in combination with Local Country Failure Scores. The Global Failure Score provides a globally standardized measure of failure risk, whereas the Local Country Failure Scores provides information on how a specific company is performing relative to its peers in the same country. Both of these scores are critical for decision making and portfolio management for global customer account and vendor portfolios. Global Failure Score Age and Date are reserved for future use and are not currently populated.

Global Ultimate Element Group
This group of elements gives you the Global Ultimate Name, its D-U-N-S number, and the Country Code in which it is located. The Global Ultimate is the highest member of the corporate family worldwide. Fields will be blank if the business has a single location in the D&B database. The Global Ultimate Name is the legal business name. The Country code is the two-character ISO code for the country in which the Global Ultimate is located.

Headquarters or Branch
Indicates if the subject location is a branch or division. Branches and/or divisions are typically other locations, apart from the headquarters or principal trading office, from which the organization conducts its business. However, a division can operate from the same location as the headquarters. The distinction is that a division will utilize a separate tradestyle name and have separate and distinct operations from that of the headquarters. Branches are not separate legal entities. Indicates whether the subject business is a branch, headquarters, or single location.

Headquarters Element Group
This group of data elements gives you the Headquarters Name, its D-U-N-S number and the Country Code in which it is located. If the case inquired upon is a branch or division, the Headquarters D-U-N-S, Name, and Country Code (two-character ISO code) will appear in these fields. Fields will be blank if the record is a single location (not linked) in the D&B database.

High Range Score for Incidence of Delinquent Payment
This is the value of the high end of the range of the Commercial Credit Score for which an incidence of delinquency percentage could be linked. If range is between 240 to 280, the high range score is 280.

Highest Credit
Highest credit extended in the last 12 months.

D&B Data Elements 3-9

History Indicator
Code indicating whether: • Detrimental information exists about the company in the D&B database. For example, a current or past bankruptcy. Detrimental information exists about the management of the business in the D&B database. For example, a bankrupt affiliate. Complete details exist about the management and company, but no detrimental information exists in the D&B database Incomplete details exist on management or company, but no detrimental information exists in the D&B database.







The History Indicator is not available from all of D&B's databases, including Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.

Import Indicator
Indicates whether the D&B database contains information that the business imports or not.

Incidence of Delinquent Payment Percentage for All Firms
This value is the delinquency percentage for all firms in D&B's US database.

Incidence of Delinquent Payment Percentage for Range
This value is the delinquency percentage for a specific Commercial Credit Score range.

Incorporation Year
The year the business incorporated. The Incorporation Year may or may not be the same as the year the business started.

International Dialing Code
The international telecommunications dialing code for the country in which the business is located.

Labor Surplus Area Indicator
Indicator of labor surplus area as defined by the United States Department of Labor and available only from the US.

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Legal Status
A code indicating the legal structure of the business as registered with governmental authorities. Examples include LSC/102 (private limited company) or LSC/10 (general partnership).

Line of business
Narrative description of the operations or activities of the business generated from the primary SIC code under which it is classified.

Local Activity Code Element Group
Local Activity Classification Code. This field contains only NACE codes where they are available. NACE codes are a statistical classification of economic activities of the European Community. The Local Activity Code Type indicates whether the NACE code in the Local Activity Code field is a four- or five-digit NACE.

Local Business ID Element Group
The Local business ID Number field contains the primary business identification number assigned to the business by a government agency, Chamber of Commerce or association. The ID Type field contains the code representing the type of business identification number.

Location Ownership
Indicates whether premises at physical address are owned or rented.

Low Range Score for Incidence of Delinquent Payment
This value is the low end of the range of the Commercial Credit Score for which an incidence of delinquency percentage could be linked. If range is between 240 to 280, the low range score is 240.

Minority Owned Indicator
Indicates that a business is minority-owned. This indicator is available only from the US.

Name
The primary name of the business.

Negative Payment Explanation
Conditional comment generated when negative payment comments are used.

D&B Data Elements 3-11

No Trade Indicator
Indicates if there are no trade experiences, or completed payment transactions, in the D&B files for this business.

Number of Trade Experiences
Number of completed transactions, usually payment experiences.

Operational Special Events Indicator
Indicates whether special events exist in the D&B database that concern changes to the business' operations. These include categories such as name changes, management changes, changes of legal form, control, or capital; business wind up or closure; or moves.

Other Special Events Indicator
Indicates that special events not otherwise specified exist in the D&B database for the business.

Out of Business Indicator
Indicates that the company has discontinued operations.

Parent Element Group
This group of data elements gives you the Parent Name, its D-U-N-S number and the Country Code in which it is located. The Parent company has a majority interest in the subject company. The subject company is then referred to as a 'Subsidiary.'

Paydex
The D&B payment score (Paydex) is a score that assesses the payment performance of a business. Based on the trade experiences in D&B's database, the score corresponds to an average days beyond terms or within terms enabling you to predict when your existing or potential customer accounts are likely to pay. Derived from a dollar-weighted average of a company's combined individual payment experiences, it ranges from 0 to 100 with higher scores representing businesses which pay their bills more promptly. The Paydex Interpretation Tables contain interpretation tables for D&B's payment score for specific countries.

Paydex 3 Months Prior
Paydex Score from 3 months ago.

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Paydex Norm
The industry median or average Paydex score for the subject's line of business.

Parent / Headquarters Bankruptcy Element Group
Indicates if the business has a relationship to a Parent or Headquarters that entered into bankruptcy. • Parent Name in Bankruptcy: Name of the parent company in bankruptcy proceedings. Parent D-U-N-S Number in Bankruptcy: D-U-N-S number of the parent in bankruptcy. Parent Bankruptcy Filing Counter: Number of bankruptcy filings by a parent. Includes the Parent Bankruptcy Filing Type, Parent Bankruptcy Chapter Number, and Parent Bankruptcy Filing Date. Parent Bankruptcy Filing Type: The type of bankruptcy filed by the parent. Parent Bankruptcy Chapter Number: The chapter of bankruptcy filed by the parent. Parent Bankruptcy Filing Date: The date bankruptcy was filed by the parent (format YYYYMMDD). Parent Bankruptcy Conversion Counter: Number of the bankruptcy conversion by the parent. Includes Parent Bankruptcy Conversion Date and Parent Bankruptcy Chapter Conversion. Parent Bankruptcy Conversion Date: The date the bankruptcy was converted by the parent from one chapter type to another (format YYYYMMDD). Parent Bankruptcy Chapter Conversion: Change of bankruptcy type.





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Postal Code
Part of the physical address, the code identifying the geographic subsection of the city in which the business is located. Known as the ZIP code in the United States, post or postal code elsewhere.

Postal Town
The name of the town (according to the postal service) in which the business is located.

D&B Data Elements 3-13

Primary SIC Code
Standard Industrial Classification code. The four-digit SIC code is an index which describes the function (manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer or service) and the line of business in which the company is engaged.

Principal Title and Name
Names and job titles of principal executives of case subject.

Registration Type
Type of registration. Field values are RTC/1 (cooperative), RTC/2 (federally chartered), RTC/3 (professional), RTC/4 (profit), RTC/5 (state chartered), RTC/6 (nonprofit).

Secured Filings Indicator
Indicates whether open secured filings such as US UCC filings, secured charges/mortgages pledgings, or equivalent exist for the business in D&B's database.

SER Rating
The Supplier Evaluation Risk (SER) Rating predicts the likelihood of a firm ceasing business without paying all creditors in full, or reorganizing, or obtaining relief from creditors under state or federal law over the next 12 months. A rating of 1 represents the lowest risk factor while 9 represents the highest risk.

SIC Type
Version of SIC. Values are 1972 (used in Europe and Australia), 1977 (used in Canada), and 1987 (used in the US).

Slow Trade Explanation
Conditional comment generated when Paydex score is used or slow trade experiences are present.

Small Business Indicator
Indicates business is classified as a small business by the Small Business Administration (SBA). This indicator is available only from the US.

Street
Address line of physical location. Will also contain, if available, building name and neighborhood in separate lines.

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Suits/Judgments Indicator
Indicates whether open suits, judgment, petitions or payment remarks exist in the D&B database for the company.

Tangible Net Worth Element Group
The Tangible Net Worth field contains equity of the business after all liabilities have been deducted from assets and any intangible assets have been disregarded. The Tangible Net Worth Indicator qualifies the amount, indicating whether it is actual or estimated. In some databases, the indicators and value may be in the alphanumeric Tangible Net Worth Text field. In Australia, there may be a code G after the value meaning that the figure is taken from a consolidated or group financial statement that will include the financial results of the subject's affiliates or sister subsidiaries as well.

Telephone Number
The main telephone number of the business. Different countries may have telephone numbers of varied lengths which may or may not include the country or city access codes. Each country does have an access code (contained in the International Dialing Code field) which must be used when dialing cross-border into that country.

Total Employees Element Group
The figure contained in the Total Employees field indicates the number of persons employed by the subject. The Total Employees Composition Table indicates if the value from a particular country will include subsidiaries, branches, or divisions. Some databases also include the indicator fields that tell you if subsidiaries are included or whether the Total Employees value is: • • Estimated or actual Minimum, maximum, or average

In some databases, the indicators and value may be contained in a combined alphanumeric field. This type of data will be delivered in the Total Employees Text field. For example, in Australia, if a G appears after the number, it indicates that the figure is a group figure.

Woman Owned Indicator
Indicates business is woman-owned. This indicator is available only in the US.

Total Payments
The total number of payment experiences contained in D&B's database for the subject company.

D&B Data Elements 3-15

Trade Style, Alternate Name
Trade Styles are additional business names used by the company – also referred to as a DBA (doing business as) or AKA (also known as) names. In some jurisdictions, these names are shown to be registered to, and therefore owned by, a company. They are used to secure the name, advertise a particular product or to distinguish between different parts of the company's operations or divisions. These names are registered in the same way as a business or firm, with the responsible authority.

Year Started
The year that the organization actually commenced present operations. If the business was formed to acquire or continue the operations of a preexisting business, then the start date may reflect this original start date.

Financial Data Elements
Accounts Payable
Amount of merchandise purchased on credit and not paid for by the balance sheet date. Also known as Trade Creditors. In Italy, Accounts Payable include Cambiali Creditors where applicable.

Accounts Receivable
Amount of sales made and billed to customers on credit terms, but not yet paid. This is money owed by customers and not yet received. Also called Trade Debtors. The value may or may not be net of bad debts. In Italy, Accounts Receivable include Cambiali Debtors where applicable.

Audit Indicator
Indicates whether D&B has been able to determine whether the financial statement was prepared by audit. Not populated by all country databases. The Financial Statement Quality Table provides a description of the types/quality of financial statements loaded into various D&B country databases.

Cash and Liquid Assets
Amount of cash on hand and in banks and other liquid assets where available.

Consolidated indicator
Indicates whether statement is consolidated or not.

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Cost of Sales
Cost of Sales (or Cost of Goods Sold where applicable) from the Profit & Loss or Income Statement.

Current Ratio
Current Assets divided by Current Liabilities. For Italy, the Current Ratio is calculated by Total Current Assets – Stock Depreciation – Bad Debts) / Total Current Liabilities. For Belgium, the Current Ratio = Total Current Assets / (Total Current Liabilities + Regularization Account.

Dividends
Dividends paid to shareholders.

Estimated Indicator
Indicates whether the financial statement figures are estimated or actual. Not populated by all country databases.

Fiscal Indicator
Indicates whether the financial statement period is 12 months or not. Not populated by all country databases.

Final Indicator
Indicates if financial statement figures are the final closing statement for a business which has ceased trading. Not populated by all country databases.

Fixed Assets
Amount of tangible property owned by a business that has a life longer than one year such as buildings, equipment and land. Should be the net cost (original cost minus depreciation and revaluation).

Forecast Indicator
Indicates financial statement figures are future projections. Only present in Taiwan.

Gross Income
Amount left over after deducting the Cost of Goods sold from Net Sales. May be negative.

Income Statement Date
Date of Income or Profit & Loss Statement. Applies where no start or end dates are

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supplied.

Intangible Assets
Total of intangible assets (goodwill, patents, research and development, nonissued capital, organizational expenses). May or may not be net of depreciation or amortization.

Inventory
Includes merchandise on hand that is ready to be sold. May also include work in progress plus raw materials minus depreciation.

Long Term Debt
Long Term (Financial) Debt owed by the business. Includes categories such as minority interest, convertible debentures (over one year), debentures, mortgages, loans, hire purchases due after one year, and pension debt due to group companies or participants. Excludes categories such as provisions and allowances.

Net Income
Amount left over after all expenses and taxes are deducted. Also called Net Profit or Loss after Taxes.

Net Worth
Total amount of Equity (Net Worth). Includes capital stock, retained earnings treasury stock, and so on – is not the Tangible Net Worth. May be negative.

Opening Indicator
Indicates figures that are the opening statement for the business. Not populated by all country databases.

P & L from Date
Starting Date of Profit and Loss Statement.

P & L to Date
Ending Date of Profit and Loss Statement.

Previous Net Worth
Previous Net Worth minus intangibles. May be negative to reflect a deficit net tangible worth position.

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Previous Sales
Net sales for previous period.

Previous Statement Date
Date of previous financial statement. May be full date, month and year, or year only.

Previous Working Capital
Working Capital (Current Assets minus Current Liabilities) for previous period. For Italy, Working Capital is calculated as follows: Total Current Assets – Stock Depreciation – Bad Debts – Total Current Liabilities. For Belgium, Working Capital is calculated as follows: Total Current Assets – (Total Current Liabilities + Regularization Account).

Profit Before Tax
Profit before tax, will appear as a negative if value is a pre-tax loss.

Pro forma Indicator
Indicates the financial statement figures are pro forma. Typically used to represent the state of a company as a result of a pending structural change based on actual or known performance.

Qualified Indicator
Indicates auditors have made qualifying remarks about the fairness and accuracy of the figures.

Quick Ratio
Cash plus Accounts Receivable divided by Current Liabilities. For Italy, the Quick Ratio is calculated by: (Total Current Assets – Stock Depreciation – Bad Debts – Stocks & Work in Process) / Total Current Liabilities. For Belgium, the Quick Ratio is calculated by: Total Current Assets – (Receivables over 1 year + Total Net Stocks & Work in Process) / (Total Current Liabilities + Regularization Account). For France, Iberia and Germany, the Quick Ratio is calculated by: (Total Current Assets – Stocks) / Current Liabilities. The Quick Ratio is not available for the United Kingdom or Ireland.

Re-Stated Indicator
Indicates figures resubmitted after corrections to original statement for period.

Retained Earnings
Retained earnings.

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Sales
Net sales for the period after returns, allowances, and discounts are deducted. In Europe, this is the Sales for the period less taxes.

Signed Indicator
Indicates if figures are signed by principals.

Statement Currency
Currency code of financial statement. Some databases are populated only if the Statement Currency Code is different than the default.

Statement Date
Date of current financial statement. May be full date, month and year, or year only.

Subsidiary
Indicates whether the subject business is a subsidiary. A value of Yes indicates that it is a Subsidiary. A value of No indicates that it is not a subsidiary.

Total Assets
Total amount of current and long-term assets.

Total Current Assets
Total amount of all current (less than one year) assets.

Total Current Liabilities
Total amount of all current (less than one year) liabilities.

Total Liabilities
Total liabilities owed by business.

Total Liabilities & Equity
Total amount of Liabilities & Equity.

Total Long Term Liabilities
Total long term (greater than one year) liabilities owed by business.

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Trial Balance Indicator
Indicates that financial statement figures are trial balance.

Unbalanced Indicator
Indicates submitted balance sheet figures do not balance.

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4
Seeded Relationship Types, Phrases, and Roles
This chapter describes the seeded relationship types, phrases, and roles. This chapter covers the following topics: • • • Relationship Types Relationship Phrase and Role Pairs Relationship Phrase and Role Pair Codes

Relationship Types
This table lists the seeded relationship types and their definitions for hierarchical and circular allowed.
Relationship Type Code Relationship Type Name Hierarchical Circular Allowed Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

AFFILIATE AGREEMENT_SIGNER APPLICANT_REFEREE APPROVING_MANAGER ASSOCIATE BANKING_GROUP

Affiliation Agreement Signing Application Referee Management Approval Association Banking Group

No No No No No No

Seeded Relationship Types, Phrases, and Roles 4-1

Relationship Type Code

Relationship Type Name

Hierarchical

Circular Allowed No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes

BANK_ACCOUNT_CONTACT BANK_AND_BRANCH BENEFICIARY BOARD_MEMBER BROKER CAREGIVER CLEARINGHOUSE_BANK COMPETITOR CONTACT CTB_ENTERPRISE_HIER CUSTOMER/SELLER CUSTOMER_PREFERED_SUPPLIER DEFAULT_ADMIN DEPENDENT DNB_HIERARCHY DOMESTIC_PARTNER DOMESTIC_ULTIMATE DOWNLOAD_CONTENT EMERGENCY_CONTACT EMPLOYMENT

Banking Contact Bank and Branch Beneficiary Board Membership Broker Caregiver Bank Clearinghouse Competitive Contact Healthcare Enterprise Hierarchy Buying and Selling Preferential Buying and Selling Default Administrator Dependency D&B Hierarchy Domestic Partner Domestic Ultimate Download Content Emergency Contact Employment

No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No Yes No No No No No

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Relationship Type Code

Relationship Type Name

Hierarchical

Circular Allowed Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes

GLOBAL_ULTIMATE GUARANTOR HEADQUARTERS/DIVISION INST_ACCREDITATION INVENTORY_ORG KEY_COMPANY LEGAL_CONTACT LE_AND_BANK MANAGER MEMBERSHIP MODELED_BY NEXT_OF_KIN OU_AND_BANK PARENT/CHILD PARENT/SUBSIDIARY PARTNER PARTNER_HIERARCHY PARTNER_MANAGED_CUSTOMER PAYTO POM_DEFAULT_APPROVER

Global Ultimate Guarantor Corporate Institutional Accreditation Inventory Organization Key Company Legal Contact Legal Entity and Bank Management Membership Modeling Next of Kin Operating Unit and Bank Parent and Child Parent and Subsidiary Partnership Partner Hierarchy Distributor Paying POM Default Approver

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No

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Relationship Type Code

Relationship Type Name

Hierarchical

Circular Allowed Yes No No No

POM_PARTY_REFERENCE POS_ADDRESS_SITES POS_EMPLOYMENT POS_SUPPLIER_CONTACT

POM Party Reference iSupplier Portal Address Sites POS Employment iSupplier Portal Supplier Contact iSupplier Portal Vendor Contact POS Supplier Reference Registered Company Registered Approver Family Relation Depot Repair Shipping Sibling Spousal Stock Holder Teaching Student/Institution Student Advising (Person) Student Advising (Organization)

No No No No

POS_VENDOR_CONTACT POS_VENDOR_PARTY REFERENCE REGISTERED_COMPANY REG_APPROVER RELATIVE REPAIR_DEPOT_PROVIDER SHIPTO SIBLING SPOUSE STOCK_HOLDER STUDENT/INSTRUCTOR STUDENTINSTITUTION STUDENT_ADVISING STUDENT_ADVISING_AT

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No

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Relationship Type Code

Relationship Type Name

Hierarchical

Circular Allowed No No

STUDENT_COUNSELING STUDENT_COUNSELING_AT

Student Counseling (Person) Student Counseling (Organization) Third Party Authorship Unregistered Company VAD VAR

No No

THIRD_PARTY_AUTHOR UNREGISTERED_COMPANY VAD VAR

No No No No

Yes Yes Yes Yes

Relationship Phrase and Role Pairs
This table lists the seeded relationship phrases and roles, as well as the subject and object types.
Relationship Type Affiliation Subject Type Forward Role Forward Phrase Affiliates Object Type Backward Role Affiliate Backward Phrase Organization Affiliates Organizations with Agreement Signers People with Referee Approved Exchange Users Associates

Organization (Parent) Organization (Parent)

Affiliate Of

Organization (Child) Organization (Child)

Agreement Signing

Agreement Signer Of

Agreement Signers

Agreement Signer

Application Referee Management Approval

Person (Parent) Person (Parent)

Referee

Referees

Person (Child) Person (Child)

Has Referee

Order Approving Manager Of Associate Of

Exchange Approvers

Approved By

Association

Person (Not Hierarchical)

Associates

Person (Not Hierarchical)

Associate Of

Seeded Relationship Types, Phrases, and Roles 4-5

Relationship Type Banking Group

Subject Type

Forward Role

Forward Phrase Banking Groups

Object Type

Backward Role Member Of

Backward Phrase Banking Group Members Bank Accounts Contacts Banks

Group (Parent)

Includes Member

Organization (Child)

Banking Contact

Person (Parent)

Contact For

Bank Account Contacts

CE_BANK_A CCOUNT (Child) Organization (Child) Person (Child) Person (Child) Organization (Child)

Has Contact

Bank and Branch Beneficiary

Organization (Parent) Person (Parent) Organization (Parent) Person (Parent)

Has Branch

Banks Branches Beneficiaries

Branch Of

Beneficiary Of

Benefactor Of

People Benefactors Benefactors

Beneficiary

Beneficiary Of

Organization Beneficiaries Board Members

Benefactor Of

Board Membership

Board Member Of

Contains Board Member Broker

Boards

Broker

Organization (Parent) Person (Parent) Organization (Parent)

Broker of

Brokers

Organization (Child) Person (Child) Organization (Child)

Brokerages

Caregiver

Caregiver for

Caregivers

Cared For By

Cared for Patients Bank Branches

Bank Clearinghous e Competitive

Clearinghous e For

Clearinghous es Branches

Uses Clearinghous e Competitor Of

Organization (Not Hierarchical) Person (Parent) Person (Parent)

Competitor Of

Competitors

Organization (Not Hierarchical) Person (Child) Organization (Child)

Competitors

Contact

Contact For

People Contacts Organization Contacts

Has Contact

People with Contacts Organizations with Contacts

Contact

Contact For

Has Contact

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Relationship Type Healthcare Enterprise Hierarchy Buying and Selling Buying and Selling Preferential Buying and Selling

Subject Type

Forward Role

Forward Phrase Healthcare Parent Organizations People Customers Organization Customers Preferred Suppliers

Object Type

Backward Role Child of

Backward Phrase Healthcare Child Organizations Suppliers To People Suppliers for Organizations Customers with Preferred Suppliers Organizations with POM Default Administrator s Dependents

Organization (Parent)

Parent Of

Organization (Child)

Person (Parent) Organization (Parent) Organization (Parent)

Customer Of

Organization (Child) Organization (Child) Organization (Child)

Seller To

Customer Of

Seller To

Preferred Supplier By

Preferred Supplier To

Default Administrator

Person (Parent)

Default Admin For

POM Default Administrator s

Organization (Child)

Default Admin By

Dependency

Person (Parent) Organization (Parent) Organization (Parent)

Dependent Of

Guardians

Person (Child) Organization (Child) Organization (Child)

Guardian Of

D&B Hierarchy D&B Hierarchy

Headquarters Of Domestic Ultimate Of

D&B Headquarters D&B Domestic Ultimates D&B Parents

Division Of

D&B Divisions D&B Domestic Subsidiaries D&B Subsidiaries D&B Global Subsidiaries Domestic Partners Domestic Subsidiaries

Domestic Subsidiary Of

D&B Hierarchy D&B Hierarchy Domestic Partner Domestic Ultimate

Organization (Parent) Organization (Parent) Person (Not Hierarchical) Organization (Parent)

Parent Of

Organization (Child) Organization (Child) Person (Not Hierarchical) Organization (Child)

Subsidiary Of

Global Ultimate Of Domestic Partner Of Domestic Ultimate Of

D&B Global Ultimates Domestic Partners Domestic Ultimates

Global Subsidiary Of Domestic Partner Of Domestic Subsidiary Of

Seeded Relationship Types, Phrases, and Roles 4-7

Relationship Type Download Content

Subject Type

Forward Role

Forward Phrase Download Privilege Granters Emergency Contacts

Object Type

Backward Role Download Content From

Backward Phrase Organizations with Privilege to Download Has Emergency Contacts Employers

Organization (Parent)

Download Content To

Organization (Child)

Emergency Contact

Person (Parent)

Emergency Contact for

Person (Child)

Emergency Contact of

Employment

Person (Parent) Organization (Parent) Organization (Parent)

Employee Of

Employees

Organization (Child) Organization (Child) Organization (Child)

Employer Of

Global Ultimate Guarantor

Global Ultimate Of Guarantor For

Global Ultimates Organization Guarantors of Organizations

Global Subsidiary Of Guarantor

Global Subsidiaries Organizations with Organizations Guarantors People with Organization Guarantors People with Guarantor Divisions

Guarantor

Organization (Parent)

Guarantor For

Institutional Guarantors

Person (Child)

Guarantor

Guarantor

Person (Parent) Organization (Parent) Organization (Parent) Organization (Parent)

Guarantor For

Guarantors

Person (Child) Organization (Child) Organization (Child) Organization (Child)

Guarantor

Corporate

Headquarters Of Accredited By

Headquarters

Division Of

Institutional Accreditation Inventory Organization

Accredited Organizations Inventory Organizations

Accredits

Accrediting Organizations Organizations with Inventory Organizations Organizations with Key Companies

Inventory Organization Of

Inventory Organization

Key Company

Organization (Parent)

Key Company Of

Key Companies

Organization (Child)

Key Company

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Relationship Type Legal Contact

Subject Type

Forward Role

Forward Phrase POM Legal Contacts

Object Type

Backward Role Legal Contact

Backward Phrase POM Organizations with Legal Contacts Banks Used by Legal Entities Managers

Person (Parent)

Legal Contact For

Organization (Child)

Legal Entity and Bank

Organization (Parent)

Uses Bank

Legal Entities That Use Banks Management Reports Subgroups

Organization (Child)

Bank Used By

Management

Person (Parent) Group (Parent) Organization (Parent) Person (Parent) Organization (Parent) Person (Parent) Organization (Parent)

Reports To

Person (Child) Group (Child)

Manager Of

Membership

Member Of

Includes Member Includes Member Includes Member Modeled Company Next of Kin of

Groups with Subgroups Organization Groups Groups

Membership

Member Of

Organization Members Members

Group (Child)

Membership

Member Of

Group (Child)

Modeling

Modeled By

Modeling Companies Next of Kin

Organization (Child) Person (Child) Organization (Child)

Modeled Companies Kin

Next of Kin

Next of Kin for Uses Bank

Operating Unit and Bank

Operating Units That Use Bank Parents

Bank Used By

Banks Used by Operating Units Children

Parent and Child Parent and Subsidiary Partnership

Person (Parent) Organization (Parent) Organization (Not Hierarchical)

Parent Of

Person (Child) Organization (Child) Organization (Not Hierarchical)

Child of

Parent Of

Parents of Subsidiaries Partners

Subsidiary Of

Subsidiaries

Partner Of

Partner Of

Partners

Seeded Relationship Types, Phrases, and Roles 4-9

Relationship Type Partner Hierarchy

Subject Type

Forward Role

Forward Phrase Parents of Subsidiary Partner Customers Managed by Distributor Payees

Object Type

Backward Role Subsidiary Of

Backward Phrase Subsidiaries of - Partner

Organization (Parent)

Parent Of

Organization (Child)

Distributor

Organization (Parent)

Customer Managed By

Organization (Child)

Manages

Distributors

Paying

Organization (Parent) Person (Parent)

Pay To Of

Organization (Child) Organization (Child)

Pay From Of

Payers

POM Default Approver

Default Approver For

Default Approvers for an Exchange Organization Referred Exchange Entities Addresses

Default Approver

Exchange Organizations with a Default Approver Exchange Entity Referrers Supplier Sites

POM Party Reference

Organization (Parent)

Party Referred By

Organization (Child)

Referred Party

iSupplier Portal Address Sites POS Employment

VENDOR_PA RTY_SITE (Parent) Organization (Parent)

Address Of

VENDOR_SIT E (Child)

At Site

Employer Of

Users of Procurement Application

Person (Child)

Employee Of

Organizations for Grouping Procurement Users Supplier with Contacts

iSupplier Portal Supplier Contact iSupplier Portal Vendor Contact

POS_CONTA CT_PARTY (Parent)

Contact of Supplier

Supplier Contacts

VENDOR_PA RTY (Child)

Supplier has Contact

VENDOR_PA RTY_CONTA CT (Parent)

Is Supplier Contact

Person Contacts

VENDOR_CO NTACT (Child)

Is Contact

Supplier Person Contact

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Relationship Type POS Supplier

Subject Type

Forward Role

Forward Phrase Organizations for Grouping Supplier Employees

Object Type

Backward Role Vendor Of Party

Backward Phrase Suppliers with Organization for Grouping Users Organizations Providing References Organizations with Registered Companies Registered POM Approved People Relatives

Organization (Parent)

Party Of Vendor

POS_VENDO R (Child)

Reference

Organization (Not Hierarchical) Organization (Parent)

Reference For

Organizations Providing References Registered Companies

Organization (Not Hierarchical) Organization (Child)

Reference For

Registered Company

Registered Company Of

Registered Company

Registered Approver

Person (Parent)

Registration Approver of

POM Registered Approvers

Person (Child)

Registration Approved By

Family Relation Depot Repair

Person (Not Hierarchical) Organization (Parent)

Relative Of

Relatives

Person (Not Hierarchical) Organization (Child)

Relative Of

Repair Depot Provider For

Repair Depot Providers

Repair Depot Provider

Organizations with Repair Depot Providers Shipping Destinations Siblings

Shipping

Organization (Parent) Person (Not Hierarchical) Person (Not Hierarchical) Organization (Parent)

Ship To Of

Shipping Sources Siblings

Organization (Child) Person (Not Hierarchical) Person (Not Hierarchical) Organization (Child)

Ship From Of

Sibling

Sibling Of

Sibling Of

Spousal

Spouse Of

Spouses

Spouse Of

Spouses

Stock Holder

Stock Holder Of

Stockholders

Stock Held By

Organizations with Stockholders

Seeded Relationship Types, Phrases, and Roles 4-11

Relationship Type Teaching

Subject Type

Forward Role

Forward Phrase Students

Object Type

Backward Role Instructor Of

Backward Phrase Instructors

Person (Parent) Person (Parent)

Student Of

Person (Child) Organization (Child)

Student/Instit ution

Attends Institution

Students Attending Institution Student Advisees

Has Student

Institutions Attended

Student Advising (Person) Student Advising (Organization ) Student Counseling (Person) Student Counseling (Organization ) Third Party Authorship

Person (Parent)

Advisor Of

Person (Child)

Advisee Of

Student Advisors

Person (Parent)

Advisor At

Student Advisors at Organization

Organization (Child)

Has Advisor

Organizations with Student Advisors

Person (Parent)

Counselor Of

Student Counselees

Person (Child)

Counselee Of

Student Counselors

Person (Parent)

Counselor At

Student Counselors at Organization

Organization (Child)

Has Counselor

Organizations with Student Counselors

Organization (Parent)

Third Party Author For

Exchanges that own content managed by another Organization Unregistered Companies

Organization (Child)

Third Party Author

Exchanges that manage content owned by another Organization Organizations with Unregistered Companies VAD Suppliers VAR Suppliers

Unregistered Company

Organization (Parent)

Unregistered Company Of

Organization (Child)

Unregistered Company

VAD

Organization (Parent) Organization (Parent)

VAD Of

VADs

Organization (Child) Organization (Child)

VAD Vendor Of VAR Vendor Of

VAR

VAR Of

VARs

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Relationship Phrase and Role Pair Codes
This table lists the seeded relationship phrase and role pairs by code.
RELATIONSHIP_TY PE AFFILIATE FORWARD_REL_C ODE AFFILIATE_TO FORWARD_ROLE_ CODE ORGWITHAFFILIA TE AGREEMENTSIGN ER REFEREE BACKWARD_REL_ CODE AFFILIATE BACKWARD_ROLE

AFFILIATETOORG

AGREEMENT_SIGN ER APPLICANT_REFE REE APPROVING_MAN AGER ASSOCIATE BANKING_GROUP

AGREEMENT_SIGN ER_OF REFEREE

AGREEMENT_SIGN ER HAS_REFEREE

ORGWITHAGREEM ENTSIGNER PERWITHREFEREE

POM_APPROVING _MANAGER ASSOCIATE_OF CONTAINS_MEMB ER CONTACT_OF

POMAPPROVINGM ANAGER ASSOCIATE BANKINGGROUP

POM_APPROVED_ BY ASSOCIATE_OF MEMBER_OF

POMAPPROVEDPE R ASSOCIATE BANKINGGROUP MEM BANKACCOUNTW ITHCONTACT BANKBRANCH

BANK_ACCOUNT_ CONTACT BANK_AND_BRAN CH BENEFICIARY

BANKACCOUNTC ONTACT BANKWITHBRANC H PERBENEFICIARYP ER ORGBENEFICIARY PER BOARDMEMBER

CONTACT

HAS_BRANCH

BRANCH_OF

BENEFICIARY_OF

BENEFACTOR_OF

PERBENEFACTORP ER PERBENEFACTOR ORG BOARD

BENEFICIARY

BENEFICIARY_OF

BENEFACTOR_OF

BOARD_MEMBER

BOARD_MEMBER_ OF BROKER_OF CAREGIVER_FOR

CONTAINS_BOAR D_MEMBER BROKER CARED_FOR

BROKER CAREGIVER

BROKER CAREGIVER

BROKERAGE CAREDFORPATIEN T

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RELATIONSHIP_TY PE CLEARINGHOUSE_ BANK COMPETITOR CONTACT

FORWARD_REL_C ODE CLEARINGHOUSE_ FOR COMPETITOR_OF CONTACT_OF

FORWARD_ROLE_ CODE CLEARINGHOUSE

BACKWARD_REL_ CODE USES_CLEARINGH OUSE COMPETITOR_OF CONTACT

BACKWARD_ROLE

BANKUSECLEARI NGHOUSE COMPETITOR PERWITHCONTAC T ORGWITHCONTA CT HEALTHCARECHI LDORG SUPPLIERFORPER

COMPETITOR CONTACTPER

CONTACT

CONTACT_OF

CONTACTORG

CONTACT

CTB_ENTERPRISE_ HIER CUSTOMER/SELLE R CUSTOMER/SELLE R CUSTOMER_PREFE RED_SUPPLIER

PARENT_OF

HEALTHCAREPAR ORG PERCUSTOMER

CHILD_OF

CUSTOMER_OF

SELLER_TO

CUSTOMER_OF

ORGCUSTOMER

SELLER_TO

SUPPLIERFORORG

PREFERRED_SUPPL IER_BY_CUSTOME R POM_DEFAULT_A DMIN_FOR DEPENDENT_OF HEADQUARTERS_ OF DOMESTIC_ULTIM ATE_OF PARENT_OF GLOBAL_ULTIMAT E_OF

PREFERREDSUP

CUSTOMERS_PREF ERRED_SUPPLIER

CUSTOMERWITHP REFSUPPLIER

DEFAULT_ADMIN

POMDEFAULTAD MIN GUARDIAN DNB_HEADQUART ER DNB_DOMESTICU LTIMATE DNB_PARENT DNB_GLOBALULTI MATE

POM_DEFAULT_A DMIN_BY GUARDIAN_OF DIVISION_OF

ORGWITHPOMDEF AULTADMIN DEPENDANT DNB_DIVISION

DEPENDENT DNB_HIERARCHY

DNB_HIERARCHY

DOMESTIC_SUBSID IARY_OF SUBSIDIARY_OF GLOBAL_SUBSIDIA RY_OF

DNB_DOMESTICSU BSIDIARY DNB_SUBSIDIARY DNB_GLOBALSUBS IDIARY

DNB_HIERARCHY DNB_HIERARCHY

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RELATIONSHIP_TY PE DOMESTIC_PARTN ER DOMESTIC_ULTIM ATE DOWNLOAD_CON TENT

FORWARD_REL_C ODE DOMESTIC_PARTN ER_OF DOMESTIC_ULTIM ATE_OF POM_DOWNLOAD _ITEM_PRIVILEGE_ TO EMERGENCY_CON TACT_FOR EMPLOYEE_OF GLOBAL_ULTIMAT E_OF GUARANTOR_FOR

FORWARD_ROLE_ CODE DOMESTICPARTN ER DOMESTICULTIMA TE ORGTHATDOWNL OAD

BACKWARD_REL_ CODE DOMESTIC_PARTN ER_OF DOMESTIC_SUBSID IARY_OF POM_DOWNLOAD _ITEM_FROM

BACKWARD_ROLE

DOMESTICPARTN ER DOMESTICSUBSIDI ARY ORGPROVIDEDOW NLOAD

EMERGENCY_CON TACT EMPLOYMENT GLOBAL_ULTIMAT E GUARANTOR

EMERGENCY_CON TACT EMPLOYEE GLOBALULTIMAT E ORGGUARANTOR ORG ORGGUARANTOR

EMERGENCY_CON TACT_OF EMPLOYER_OF GLOBAL_SUBSIDIA RY_OF GUARANTOR

HAS_EMERGENCY _CONTACTS EMPLOYER GLOBALSUBSIDIA RY ORGWITHORGGU ARANTOR PERWITHORGGUA R PERWITHGUARAN TOR DIVISION

GUARANTOR

GUARANTOR_FOR

GUARANTOR

GUARANTOR

GUARANTOR_FOR

GUARANTOR

GUARANTOR

HEADQUARTERS/ DIVISION INST_ACCREDITAT ION INVENTORY_ORG

HEADQUARTERS_ OF ACCREDITED_BY

HEADQUARTER

DIVISION_OF

ACCREDITEDORG

ACCREDITS

ACCREDITINGORG

INVENTORY_ORG_ OF KEY_COMPANY_O F POM_LEGAL_CON TACT_FOR

INVENTORYORG

INVENTORY_ORG

ORGWITHINVENT ORYORG ORGWITHKEYCO MPANY POMORGWITHLEG ALCONTACT

KEY_COMPANY

KEYCOMPANY

KEY_COMPANY

LEGAL_CONTACT

POMLEGALCONT ACT

POM_LEGAL_CON TACT

Seeded Relationship Types, Phrases, and Roles 4-15

RELATIONSHIP_TY PE LE_AND_BANK MANAGER

FORWARD_REL_C ODE USES_BANK REPORTS_TO

FORWARD_ROLE_ CODE LEUSEBANK MANAGEMENTRE PORT SUBGROUP

BACKWARD_REL_ CODE BANK_USED_BY MANAGER_OF

BACKWARD_ROLE

BANKUSEBYLE MANAGER

MEMBERSHIP

MEMBER_OF

CONTAINS_MEMB ER CONTAINS_MEMB ER CONTAINS_MEMB ER MODELED_COMP ANY NEXT_OF_KIN_OF

GROUPWITHSUBG ROUP ORGGROUP

MEMBERSHIP

MEMBER_OF

MEMBEROFORGGR OUP MEMBER

MEMBERSHIP

MEMBER_OF

GROUP

MODELED_BY

MODELED_BY

MODELINGCOMP ANY NEXT_OF_KIN

MODELEDCOMPA NY KINFOLK

NEXT_OF_KIN

NEXT_OF_KIN_FO R USES_BANK PARENT_OF PARENT_OF

OU_AND_BANK PARENT/CHILD PARENT/SUBSIDIA RY PARTNER PARTNER_HIERAR CHY PARTNER_MANAG ED_CUSTOMER

OUUSEBANK PARENT PARENTOFSUB

BANK_USED_BY CHILD_OF SUBSIDIARY_OF

BANKUSEBYOU CHILD SUBSIDIARYOFPAR ENT PARTNER PARTNER_SUBSIDI ARY_OF PARTNERINDIREC TMANAGEDCUST

PARTNER_OF PARENT_OF

PARTNER PARTNER_PARENT _OF CUSTINDIRMANA GEDPART

PARTNER_OF SUBSIDIARY_OF

CUSTOMER_INDIR ECTLY_MANAGED _BY PAYTO_OF POM_DEFAULT_A PPROVER_FOR

INDIRECTLY_MAN AGES_CUSTOMER

PAYTO POM_DEFAULT_A PPROVER

PAYEE POMDEFAULTAPP ROVER

PAYFROM_OF POM_DEFAULT_A PPROVER

PAYER POMAPPROVEDOR G

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RELATIONSHIP_TY PE POM_PARTY_REFE RENCE POS_ADDRESS_SIT ES POS_EMPLOYMEN T POS_SUPPLIER_CO NTACT POS_VENDOR_CO NTACT POS_VENDOR_PAR TY REFERENCE REGISTERED_COM PANY REG_APPROVER

FORWARD_REL_C ODE POM_PARTY_REFE RRED_BY ADDRESS_OF_SITE

FORWARD_ROLE_ CODE POMREFERRER

BACKWARD_REL_ CODE POM_REFERRED_P ARTY SITE_ADDRESS

BACKWARD_ROLE

POMREFEREE

ADDRESS

SUPPLIER_SITE

EMPLOYER_OF

POSEMPLOYEE

EMPLOYEE_OF

POSEMPLOYER

CONTACT_OF_SUP PLIER PARTY_OF_CONTA CT PARTY_OF_VENDO R REFERENCE_FOR REGISTERED_COM PANY_OF POM_REG_APPRO VER_OF RELATIVE_OF REPAIR_DEPOT_PR OVIDER_FOR SHIPTO_OF SIBLING_OF SPOUSE_OF STOCK_HOLDER_ OF

CONTACT_OF_SUP PLIER PARTY_OF_CONTA CT POSORGWITHSUP PLIER REFERENCE REGISTEREDCOMP

SUPPLIER_CONTA CT CONTACT_OF_PA RTY VENDOR_OF_PART Y REFERENCE_FOR REGISTERED_COM PANY POM_REG_APPRO VED_BY RELATIVE_OF REPAIR_DEPOT_PR OVIDER SHIPFROM_OF SIBLING_OF SPOUSE_OF STOCK_HOLDER

SUPPLIER_CONTA CT CONTACT_OF_PA RTY POSSUPPLIER

REFERENCE ORGWITHREGISTE REDCOMPANY REGISTEREDPOMA PPPER RELATIVE ORGIWTHREPAIR DEPOTPROV SHIPPINGDEST SIBLING SPOUSE ORGWITHORGSTO CKHOLDER

POMREGAPPROVE R RELATIVE REPAIRDEPOTPRO VIDER SHIPPINGSOURCE SIBLING SPOUSE ORGSTOCKHOLDE R

RELATIVE REPAIR_DEPOT_PR OVIDER SHIPTO SIBLING SPOUSE STOCK_HOLDER

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RELATIONSHIP_TY PE STUDENT/INSTRU CTOR STUDENTINSTITUT ION STUDENT_ADVISI NG STUDENT_ADVISI NG_AT STUDENT_COUNS ELING STUDENT_COUNS ELING_AT THIRD_PARTY_AU THOR UNREGISTERED_C OMPANY VAD VAR

FORWARD_REL_C ODE STUDENT_OF

FORWARD_ROLE_ CODE STUDENT

BACKWARD_REL_ CODE INSTRUCTOR_OF

BACKWARD_ROLE

INSTRUCTOR

ATTENDS_INSTITU TION ADVISOR_OF

STUDENTATTENDI NG STUDENTADVISEE

HAS_STUDENT

INSTITUTIONATTE NDING STUDENTADVISOR

ADVISEE_OF

ADVISOR_AT

STUDENTADVISOR ORG STUDENTCOUNSE LEE STUDENTCOUNSE LEEORG POMTHIRDPARTY AUTHOR UNREGISTEREDCO MP VAD VAR

HAS_ADVISOR

ORGWITHSTUDEN TADVISOR STUDENTCOUNSE LOR ORGWITHSTUDEN TCOUNSELOR POMORGWITHTHI RDPARTYAUTHOR ORGWITHUNREGI STEREDCOMP VADSUPPLIER VARSUPPLIER

COUNSELOR_OF

COUNSELEE_OF

COUNSELOR_AT

HAS_COUNSELOR

POM_THIRDPARTY _AUTHOR_FOR UNREGISTERED_C OMPANY_OF VAD_OF VAR_OF

POM_THIRDPARTY _AUTHOR UNREGISTERED_C OMPANY VAD_VENDOR_OF VAR_VENDOR_OF

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Seeded Word Replacement Lists
This chapter describes about the seeded word replacement lists. This chapter covers the following topics: • • • • • • • • Seeded Word Replacement Lists ADDRESS_DICTIONARY DOMAIN_NAME_DICTIONARY EXPANDED_PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY KEY MODIFIERS ORGANIZATION_NAME_DICTIONARY PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY US_STATE_DICTIONARY

Seeded Word Replacement Lists
These seeded word replacement lists are available for Data Quality Management. The fuzzy key generation program uses only the following 3 word lists for fuzzy search.
1. 2. 3.

ADDRESS_DICTIONARY – for address ORGANIZATION_NAME_DICTIONARY – for organization PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY – for person

You cannot create your own replacement list, but must update any of the applicable lists listed above, for fuzzy search. • • ADDRESS_DICTIONARY, page 5-2 DOMAIN_NAME_DICTIONARY, page 5-20

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-1

• • • • •

EXPANDED_PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY, page 5-21 KEY MODIFIERS, page 5-153 ORGANIZATION_NAME_DICTIONARY, page 5-156 PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY, page 5-159 US_STATE_DICTIONARY, page 5-202

All of these lists are in American English.

Related Topics
Word Replacements, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide

ADDRESS_DICTIONARY
This table lists the original and replacement words of the ADDRESS_DICTIONARY word replacement list.
ORIGINAL_WORD ALLEE ALLEY ANEX ANNEX ANNX ARCADE AV AVEN AVENU AVENUE REPLACEMENT_WORD ALY ALY ANX ANX ANX ARC AVE AVE AVE AVE

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ORIGINAL_WORD AVN BAYOO BAYOU BEACH BEND BLUF BLUFF BLUFFS BOT BOTTM BOTTOM BOUL BOULEVARD BOULV BOX BRANCH BRDGE BRIDGE BROOK BROOKS

REPLACEMENT_WORD AVE BYU BYU BCH BND BLF BLF BLF BTM BTM BTM BLVD BLVD BLVD PO BR BRG BRG BRK BRK

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-3

ORIGINAL_WORD BUILDING BURGS BYPA BYPAS BYPASS BYPS CAMP CANYN CANYON CAPE CAUSEWAY CAUSWAY CENT CENTER CENTERS CENTR CIRC CIRCL CIRCLE CIRCLES

REPLACEMENT_WORD BLDG BG BYP BYP BYP BYP CMP CYN CYN CPE CSWY CSWY CTR CTR CTR CTR CIR CIR CIR CIR

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ORIGINAL_WORD CLF CLIFF CLIFFS CLUB CNTER CNTR CNYN CORNER CORNERS COURSE COURT COURTS COVE COVES CP CRCL CRCLE CRECENT CREEK CRESCENT

REPLACEMENT_WORD CLFS CLFS CLFS CLB CTR CTR CYN COR COR CRSE CT CT CV CV CMP CIR CIR CRES CRK CRES

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-5

ORIGINAL_WORD CRESENT CROSSING CRSCNT CRSENT CRSNT DALE DRES DRIV DRIVE DRIVES DRV EAST EIGHT EIGHTH ESTATE ESTS EXP EXPRESS EXPRESSWAY EXPW

REPLACEMENT_WORD CRES XING CRES CRES CRES DL CRES DR DR DR DR EA 8 8TH EST EST EXPY EXPY EXPY EXPY

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ORIGINAL_WORD EXTENSION EXTN EXTNSN EXTS FALLS FERRY FIELD FIELDS FIFTH FIRST FIVE FLAT FLATS FLDS FLTS FORD FORDS FORESTS FORG FORGE

REPLACEMENT_WORD EXT EXT EXT EXT FALL FRY FLD FLD 5TH 1ST 5 FLT FLT FLD FLT FRD FRD FRST FRG FRG

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-7

ORIGINAL_WORD FORK FORKS FORT FOUR FOURTH FREEWAY FREEWY FRRY FRT FRWAY FRWY GARDEN GARDENS GARDN GATEWAY GATEWY GATWAY GDN GLEN GLENS

REPLACEMENT_WORD FRK FRK FT 4 4TH FWY FWY FRY FT FWY FWY GDNS GDNS GDNS GTWY GTWY GTWY GDNS GLN GLN

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ORIGINAL_WORD GRDEN GRDNS GREEN GREENS GROV GROVE GTWAY HARB HARBOR HARBORS HARBR HAVEN HAVN HEIGHT HEIGHTS HIGHWAY HIGHWY HILL HILLS HIWAY

REPLACEMENT_WORD GDNS GDNS GRN GRN GRV GRV GTWY HBR HBR HBR HBR HVN HVN HTS HTS HWY HWY HL HL HWY

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-9

ORIGINAL_WORD HIWY HLLW HOLLOW HOLWS HRBOR HT HWAY INLWT ISLAND ISLANDS ISLND ISLNDS JCTION JCTN JCTNS JCTS JUNCTION JUNCTN JUNCTON KEY

REPLACEMENT_WORD HWY HOLW HOLW HOLW HBR HTS HWY INLT ISS ISS ISS ISS JCT JCT JCT JCT JCT JCT JCT KY

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ORIGINAL_WORD KEYS KNL KNOL KNOLL KNOLLS KYS LAKE LAKES LANDING LANE LANES LCK LDGE LIGHT LNDNG LOAF LOCK LOCKS LODG LODGE

REPLACEMENT_WORD KY KNLS KNLS KNLS KNLS KY LKS LKS LNDG LN LN LCKS LDG LGT LNDG LF LCKS LCKS LDG LDG

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-11

ORIGINAL_WORD LOOPS MANOR MANORS MDW MEADOW MEADOWS MILLS MISSION MISSN MNRS MNTAIN MNTN MNTNS MOUNT MOUNTAIN MOUNTIN MSSN MTIN NECK NINE

REPLACEMENT_WORD LOOP MNR MNR MDWS MDWS MDWS MLS MSN MSN MNR MTN MTN MTN MTN MTN MTN MSN MTN NCK 9

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ORIGINAL_WORD NINETHA NORTH NORTHEAST NORTHWEST ONE ORCHARD ORCHRD OVL PARKS PARKWAY PARKWY PATHS PIKES PINE PINES PKWAY PKWY PKWYS PLACE PLAIN

REPLACEMENT_WORD 9TH NO NE NW 1 ORCH ORCH OVAL PARK PKY PKY PATH PIKE PNE PNE PKY PKY PKY PL PLNS

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-13

ORIGINAL_WORD PLAINES PLAZA PLN PLZA PNES POB POBOX POINT POINTS PORT PORTS PRAIRIE PRK PRR PRTS PTS RAD RADIAL RADIEL RANCH

REPLACEMENT_WORD PLNS PLZ PLNS PLZ PNE PO PO PT PT PRT PRT PR PARK PR PRT PT RADL RADL RADL RNCH

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ORIGINAL_WORD RANCHES RAPID RAPIDS RDGE RDGS RDS REST RIDGE RIDGES RIVER RIVERS RIVR RNCHS ROAD ROADS RVR SECOND SEVEN SEVENTH SHL

REPLACEMENT_WORD RNCH RPDS PRDS RDG RDG RD RST RDG RDG RIV RIV RIV RNCH RD RD RIV 2ND 7 7TH SHLS

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-15

ORIGINAL_WORD SHOAL SHOALS SHOAR SHOARS SHORE SHORES SHR SIX SIXTH SOUTH SOUTHEAST SOUTHWEST SPG SPNG SPNGS SPURS SQR SQRE SQU SQUARE

REPLACEMENT_WORD SHLS SHLS SHRS SHRS SHRS SHRS SHRS 6 6TH SO SE SW SPGS SPGS SPGS SPUR SQ SQ SQ SQ

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ORIGINAL_WORD SQUARES STATION STATIONS STATN STN STR STRAV STRAVE STRAVEN STRAVENUE STRAVN STREAM STREET STREETS STREME STRT STRVN STRVNUE SUMIT SUMITT

REPLACEMENT_WORD SQ STA STA STA STA ST STRA STRA STRA STRA STRA STRM ST ST STRM ST STRA STRA SMT SMT

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-17

ORIGINAL_WORD SUMMIT TEN TERR TERRACE THREE TPK TRACE TRACES TRACK TRAFFICWAY TRAIL TRAILER TRAILS TRAKCS TRIRD TRK TRKS TRLRS TRLS TRNPK

REPLACEMENT_WORD SMT 10 TER TER 3 TPKE TRCE TRCE TRAK TRFY TRL TRLR TRL TRAK 3RD TRAK TRAK TRLR TRL TPKE

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ORIGINAL_WORD TUNEL TUNLS TUNNEL TUNNL TURNPIKE TURNPK TWO UNION UNIONS VALLEY VALLEYS VALLY VIAALGE VIADCT VIADUCT VIEW VIEWS VILL VILLAG VILLE

REPLACEMENT_WORD TUNL TUNL TUNL TUNL TPKE TPKE 2 UN UN VLY VLY VLY VLG VIA VIA VW VW VLG VLG VL

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-19

ORIGINAL_WORD VILLG VILLIAGE VIST VISTA VLGS VLLY VLYS VST VSTA VWS WALKS WAYS WELL WELLS WEST WY

REPLACEMENT_WORD VLG VLG VIS VIS VLG VLY VLY VLY VIS VW WALK WAY WLS WLS W WAY

DOMAIN_NAME_DICTIONARY
This table lists the original and replacement words of the DOMAIN_NAME_DICTIONARY word replacement list. The list is used for e-mail addresses and URLs. The replacement words are intentionally blank so that the returned values will be more fuzzy.

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Original Word AU CN CO COM EDU FR GOV HTM HTML IN JP NET ORG TV UK WWW

Replacement Word

EXPANDED_PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY
This table lists the original and replacement words of the EXPANDED_PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY word replacement list in alphabetical order from A to F.

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-21

ORIGINAL_WORD AB ABBEY ABBIE ABBOTT ABBY ABE ABIE ABRAM AD ADA ADABEL ADALARD ADALBERT ADALIA ADALINE ADAMS ADAMSON ADDIE ADDY ADELA

REPLACEMENT_WORD ABNER ABIGAIL ABIGAIL ABBOT ABIGAIL ABRAHAM ABRAHAM ABRAHAM ADAM ADELAIDE ADABELLE ALBERT ALBERT ADELAIDE ADELAIDE ADAM ADAM ADELAIDE ADELAIDE ADELAIDE

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ORIGINAL_WORD ADELARD ADELE ADELIA ADELINA ADELIND ADELINE ADELLA ADEN ADENA ADIELL ADILA ADINA ADNAH ADOLF ADOLPHE ADOLPHUS ADRIA ADRIANA ADRIANNA ADRIANNE

REPLACEMENT_WORD ALBERT ADELAIDE ADELAIDE ADELAIDE ADELAIDE ADELAIDE ADELAIDE ADIN ADINE ADIEL ADELAIDE ADINE ADNA ADOLPH ADOLPH ADOLPH ADRIENNE ADRIENNE ADRIENNE ADRIENNE

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-23

ORIGINAL_WORD ADRIEN AG AGATHE AGATHY AGGIE AGGY AGNA AGNELLA AGNETA AIDA AIMEE AKSEL AL ALAIN ALAINE ALARICK ALASTAIR ALAYNE ALBEN ALBERTA

REPLACEMENT_WORD ADRIAN AGATHA AGATHA AGATHA AGATHA AGATHA AGNES AGNES AGNES ADELAIDE AMY AVERILL ALBERT ALAN ELAINE ALARIC ALEX ELAINE ALBAN ALBERT

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ORIGINAL_WORD ALBERTINA ALBERTINE ALBIN ALBION ALBRECHT ALCOT ALDA ALDAS ALDIN ALDOUS ALDUS ALDWIN ALDYA ALEC ALECK ALEDA ALEECE ALENE ALETA ALEXA

REPLACEMENT_WORD ALBERT ALBERT ALBAN AUBIN ALBERT ALCOTT ALDIS ALDIS ALDEN ALDIS ALDIS ALDEN ALDIS ALEX ALEX ALIDA ALICE AILEEN ALETHEA ALEX

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-25

ORIGINAL_WORD ALEXANDER ALEXANDRA ALEXIS ALF ALFIE ALFONSO ALFREDA ALFY ALGAR ALGIE ALICIA ALICK ALINA ALINE ALIS ALISA ALISON ALISSA ALITTA ALIX

REPLACEMENT_WORD ALEX ALEX ALEX ALFRED ALFRED ALPHONSE FREDA ALFRED ALGER ALGERNON ALICE ALEX ALANA AILEEN ALICE ALICE ALICE ALICE ALETHEA ALEX

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ORIGINAL_WORD ALLA ALLAN ALLANA ALLEN ALLIE ALLIS ALLISTER ALLY ALOISIA ALOYSE ALOYSIUS ALPHONSO ALRISE ALTHEE ALTHETA ALVA ALVAN ALWIN ALWYN ALYCE

REPLACEMENT_WORD ALEX ALAN ALANA ALAN ALICE ALICE ALEX ALICE ALOYSIA ALOYSIA LEWIS ALPHONSE ALARICE ALTHEA ALTHEA ALBAN ALVIN ALVIN ALVIN ALICE

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-27

ORIGINAL_WORD ALYDA ALYS ALYSIA ALYSSA AMALIA AMARY AMELIE AMERY AMI AMIE ANA ANABEL ANABELLA ANABELLE ANASTAS ANASTASIA ANASTASIUS ANASTATIA ANASTATIUS ANATOL

REPLACEMENT_WORD ALIDA ALICE ALICE ALICE AMELIA AMORY AMELIA AMORY AMY AMY STACY ANN ANN ANN STACY STACY STACY STACY STACY ANATOLE

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ORIGINAL_WORD ANDEE ANDERS ANDERSON ANDERSSON ANDI ANDRE ANDREANA ANDREAS ANDRIEN ANDY ANGEL ANGELICA ANGELINA ANGELINE ANGELITA ANGIE ANGY ANITA ANNA ANNE

REPLACEMENT_WORD ANDREA ANDREW ANDERSEN ANDERSEN ANDREA ANDREW ANDREA ANDREW ANDREW ANDREW ANGELA ANGELA ANGELA ANGELA ANGELA ANGELA ANGELA ANN ANN ANN

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-29

ORIGINAL_WORD ANNETTA ANNETTE ANNIE ANNORA ANSEL ANTHIA ANTOINE ANTOINETTA ANTOINETTE ANTON ANTONI ANTONINA ANTONIO ANTONY ANYA ARA ARABELLE ARCH ARCHER ARCHIE

REPLACEMENT_WORD ANN ANN ANN ANN ANSELM ANTHEA ANTHONY ANTONIA ANTONIA ANTHONY ANTHONY ANTONIA ANTHONY ANTHONY ANN ARABELLA ARABELLA ARCHIBALD ARCHIBALD ARCHIBALD

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ORIGINAL_WORD ARCHY ARDELIA ARDELIS ARDELLA ARDELLE ARDENE ARDINE ARDRA ARIANA ARIANE ARLANA ARLEEN ARLENA ARLETTE ARLEY ARLIE ARLINA ARLINE ARMAND ARMIN

REPLACEMENT_WORD ARCHIBALD ARDIS ARDIS ARDIS ARDIS ARDIS ARDIS ARDIS ARIADNE ARIADNE ARLENE ARLENE ARLENE ARLENE HARLEY HARLEY ARLENE ARLENE HERMAN HERMAN

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-31

ORIGINAL_WORD ARMINE ARMOND ARMYN ARNE ARNIE ARNO ARON ART ARTIE ARTURO ARV ARVIE ARVY ASTREA ASTRED ASTRID ATHENE AUDIE AUDRIE AUDRY

REPLACEMENT_WORD ARMINA HERMAN HERMAN ARNOLD ARNOLD ARNOLD AARON ARTHUR ARTHUR ARTHUR ARVIN ARVIN ARVIN ASTRA ASTRA ASTRA ATHENA AUDREY AUDREY AUDREY

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ORIGINAL_WORD AUGIE AUGUST AUGUSTA AUGUSTIN AUGUSTINA AUGUSTINE AUGUSTUS AURA AUREA AUREL AURELIE AURICK AURIE AURORA AUSTEN AUSTIN AUSTINE AV AVA AVERIL

REPLACEMENT_WORD GUS GUS GUS GUS GUS GUS GUS AURELIA AURELIA AURELIA AURELIA WARRICK AURELIA AURELIA GUS GUS GUS AVERILL AVIS AVERILL

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-33

ORIGINAL_WORD AVI AVRAM AXEL AYLMER AZALEA AZELIA BABBY BABETTE BABS BARBETTE BARBY BARD BARDEN BARDO BARNABAS BARNARD BARNET BARNETT BARNEY BARRETT

REPLACEMENT_WORD AVIS ABRAHAM AVERILL ELMER AZALIA AZALIA BARBARA BARBARA BARBARA BARBARA BARBARA BAIRD BORDEN BARTHOLOMEW BARNABY BERNIE BERNIE BERNIE BERNIE BARRET

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ORIGINAL_WORD BARRIE BARRON BARRY BART BARTH BARTHOL BARTHOLEMEW BARTHOLEMY BARTLETT BARTLEY BARTRAM BAT BAX BAYNARD BEA BEAUTRIX BECKY BEE BEL BELINDA

REPLACEMENT_WORD BARUCH BARON BARUCH BARTHOLOMEW BARTHOLOMEW BARTHOLOMEW BARTHOLOMEW BARTHOLOMEW BARTHOLOMEW BARTHOLOMEW BERTRAM BARTHOLOMEW BAXTER BERNIE BEATRICE BEATRICE REBECCA BEATRICE LINDA LINDA

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-35

ORIGINAL_WORD BELL BELLE BEN BENAY BENEDETTA BENEDIC BENEDICK BENEDIX BENETTA BENITA BENJIE BENJY BENNET BENNETT BENNIE BENNY BENSON BERENICE BERG BERGER

REPLACEMENT_WORD MIRABEL ISABEL BENJAMIN BENA BENEDICTA BENEDICT BENEDICT BENEDICT BENEDICTA BENEDICTA BENJAMIN BENJAMIN BENEDICT BENEDICT BENJAMIN BENJAMIN BENJAMIN BERNIE BURGESS BURGESS

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ORIGINAL_WORD BERGESS BERN BERNADETTE BERNARD BERNARR BERNETA BERNETTA BERNETTE BERNHARD BERNI BERNIA BERNICE BERNY BERRI BERRIE BERRY BERT BERTA BERTI BERTIE

REPLACEMENT_WORD BURGESS BERNIE BERNADINE BERNIE BERNIE BERNADINE BERNADINE BERNADINE BERNIE BERNIE BERNADINE BERNIE BERNIE BERYL BERYL BERYL ALBERT BERTHA BERTHA ALBERT

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-37

ORIGINAL_WORD BERTINA BERTON BERTRAND BERTY BERYLE BESS BESSE BESSIE BETH BETSY BETTE BETTI BETTINA BETTY BEV BEVERLEY BEVERLIE BEVIN BEVVY BIANCA

REPLACEMENT_WORD BERTHA BURTON BERTRAM OSBERT BERYL ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH BEVERLY BEVERLY BEVERLY BEVAN BEVERLY BLANCHE

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ORIGINAL_WORD BILL BILLE BILLIE BILLY BINA BLAISE BLANCA BLANCH BLANE BLASE BLAYNE BLISS BLISSE BLUMA BOB BOBBE BOBBI BOBBIE BOBBY BONI

REPLACEMENT_WORD WILLIAM WILLIAM WILLIAM WILLIAM SABINA BLAZE BLANCHE BLANCHE BLAINE BLAZE BLAINE BLYTHE BLYTHE ANTHEA ROBERT ROBERTA ROBERTA ROBERT ROBERT BONNIE

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-39

ORIGINAL_WORD BONNE BONNI BONNY BRAM BRANCA BRANDON BREE BREN BRENDEN BRENDON BRENNAN BRET BREY BRIDGID BRIE BRIETA BRIETTA BRIGETTE BRIGIDA BRIGITTE

REPLACEMENT_WORD BONNIE BONNIE BONNIE ABRAHAM BLANCHE BRENDAN AUBREY BRENDA BRENDAN BRENDAN BRENDAN BRETT AUBREY BRIDGET BRIDGET BRIDGET BRIDGET BRIDGET BRIDGET BRIDGET

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ORIGINAL_WORD BRINA BRITA BRODERICK BROM BROMLEA BROMLEIGH BRUNHILD BRUNHILDA BRYAN BRYANT BRYCE BUD BUDDY BURG BURT CAL CALVERT CAM CAMELLA CAMELLIA

REPLACEMENT_WORD SABRINA BRIDGET ROD BROMLEY BROMLEY BROMLEY BRUNHILDE BRUNHILDE BRIAN BRIAN BRICE BUDD BUDD BURGESS BURTON CALVIN CALVIN CAMILLA CAMILLA CAMILLA

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-41

ORIGINAL_WORD CAMILLE CAMM CAMPBALL CANDICE CANDIDA CANDIE CANDY CAREY CARISSA CARL CARLETON CARLO CARLOS CARLOTTA CARLTON CARLY CARMELA CARMELITA CARMENA CARMINA

REPLACEMENT_WORD CAMILLA CAMERON CAMPBELL CANDACE CANDACE CANDACE CANDACE CAROL CHARISSA CHARLES CHARLTON CHARLES CHARLES CHARLOTTE CHARLTON CARLA CARMEL CARMEL CARMEN CARMEN

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ORIGINAL_WORD CARMINE CARMITA CAROLA CAROLE CAROLINA CAROLINE CAROLLE CAROLYN CARR CARRIE CARROL CARRY CARY CARYL CASPER CASS CASSANDRE CASSIE CASSY CATHARINE

REPLACEMENT_WORD CARMEN CARMEN CAROL CAROL CAROL CAROL CAROL CAROL CAREW CAROL CHARLES CHARLOTTE CAROL CAROL JASPER CASSANDRA CASSANDRA CASSANDRA CASIMIR KATHERINE

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-43

ORIGINAL_WORD CATHERINA CATHERINE CATHLEEN CECILE CECILY CELESTA CELESTINE CELIA CEPORAH CHAD CHAN CHANCELLOR CHANCELOR CHAPEN CHAPLAND CHAPLIN CHARITA CHARLENE CHARLETON CHARLEY

REPLACEMENT_WORD KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE CECILIA CECILIA CELESTE CELESTE CECILIA ZIPPORAH CHADWICK CHANDLER CHAUNCEY CHAUNCEY CHAPIN CHAPIN CHAPIN CHARITY CHARLOTTE CHARLTON CHARLES

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ORIGINAL_WORD CHARLIE CHARLINE CHARMAIN CHARRY CHAS CHELTON CHERRY CHERYL CHESTON CHET CHRISSIE CHRISSY CHRISTA CHRISTABEL CHRISTABELLE CHRISTAL CHRISTIAN CHRISTIANA CHRISTIE CHRISTINA

REPLACEMENT_WORD CHARLES CHARLOTTE CHARMINE CHARITY CHARLES CHILTON CHARITY CHERIE CHESTER CHESTER CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-45

ORIGINAL_WORD CHRISTINE CHRISTOPHER CHRISTY CHRYSTAL CHUCK CICILY CINDY CIS CISSY CLAIRE CLARA CLARABELLE CLARE CLARENCE CLARETA CLARETTE CLARI CLARIBEL CLARICE CLARINE

REPLACEMENT_WORD CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHARLES CECILIA CYNTHIA CECILIA CECILIA CLAIR CLAIR CLAIR CLAIR CLAIR CLAIR CLAIR CLAIR CLAIR CLARISSA CLAIR

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ORIGINAL_WORD CLARISA CLARISE CLARKE CLAUDE CLAUDETTE CLAUDIA CLAUDIE CLAUDINE CLAUDIO CLAUDY CLAUS CLAY CLAYBORN CLAYBORNE CLEM CLEMENCE CLEO CLEVE CLOE CLOTHILDE

REPLACEMENT_WORD CLARISSA CLARISSA CLARK CLAUD CLAUD CLAUD CLAUD CLAUD CLAUD CLAUD NICHOLAS CLAYTON CLAYTON CLAYTON CLEMENT CLEMENT CLEOPATRA CLIVE CHLOE CLOTILDE

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-47

ORIGINAL_WORD CLOTILDA CLOVIS COL COLAN COLBERT COLE COLEEN COLENE COLLETTE COLLEY COLMAN COLVER CON CONALL CONANA CONANT CONN CONNEL CONNI CONSTANCE

REPLACEMENT_WORD CLOTILDE LEWIS COLEMAN COLIN CULBERT COLEMAN COLLEEN COLLEEN COLETTE NICHOLAS COLEMAN CULVER CONNIE CONAL CONAL CONAL CONNIE CONAL CONNIE CONNIE

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ORIGINAL_WORD CONSTANT CONSTANTIA CONSTANTINA CONSTANTINE CONSUELO CORALIE CORBY CORDELLIA CORENE CORETTA CORETTE CORINNA CORINNE CORNEL CORNELA CORNELL CORRENA CORRIE CORRY CORT

REPLACEMENT_WORD CONNIE CONNIE CONNIE CONNIE CONSUELA CORAL CORBIN CORDELLA CORA CORA CORA CORA CORA CORNELIUS CORNELIA CORNELIUS CORA CORA CORA COURTENAY

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-49

ORIGINAL_WORD CORTIE CORTY CORWIN CORY COURT COURTLAND COURTNEY CRISPEN CRYSTAL CURT CUTHBERT CY CYN CYNTH CYNTHIE DAG DAIL DAILE DAISIE DAL

REPLACEMENT_WORD COURTENAY COURTENAY CORBIN COREY COURTENAY COURTENAY COURTENAY CRISPIN CHRIS CURTIS CULBERT CYRUS CYNTHIA CYNTHIA CYNTHIA DAGMAR DALE DALE DAISY DALLAS

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ORIGINAL_WORD DALILA DALTON DAMARIS DAMIAN DAN DANBY DANE DANIELL DANNY DANTE DAPHIE DARA DAREECE DAREES DARI DARIAN DARLEEN DARLINE DARNELL DARREN

REPLACEMENT_WORD DELILAH DALE DAMARA DAMON DANIEL DENBY DANA DANIEL DANIEL DURAND DAPHNE DARCIE DARICE DARICE DARICE DARIUS DARLENE DARLENE DANIEL DARRELL

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ORIGINAL_WORD DARRYL DARYL DAVE DAVETA DAVIDA DAVIE DAVIS DAVITA DAVY DEANE DEANNA DEB DEBBIE DEBBY DEBORA DEBRA DEE DEEDEE DEL DELA

REPLACEMENT_WORD DARRELL DARLENE DAVID DAVINA DAVINA DAVID DAVID DAVINA DAVID DEAN DIANA DEBORAH DEBORAH DEBORAH DEBORAH DEBORAH AUDREY DEIDRE CORDELIA ADELAIDE

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ORIGINAL_WORD DELBERT DELIA DELLA DELMER DELORES DELORIS DELPHINIA DEMITRIA DEMMY DEMONA DEMPSEY DEMPSTOR DEMY DENICE DENIS DENNIE DENNISON DENNY DENY DENYS

REPLACEMENT_WORD ALBERT CORDELLA CORDELLA DELMAR DOLORES DOLORES DELPHINE DEMETRIA DEMETRIUS MONA DEMPSTER DEMPSTER DEMETRIA DENISE DENNIS DENNIS DENNIS DENNIS DENNIS DENNIS

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ORIGINAL_WORD DENZIL DEREK DERIAN DERK DERMOT DERRICK DERWOOD DESDAMONA DESDEMONA DESTA DESTE DEWEY DI DIANE DIANNA DIANNE DICK DICKY DIEGO DIERDRE

REPLACEMENT_WORD DENNIS THEODORIC DARIUS THEODORIC KERMIT THEODORIC DURWARD MONA MONA MODESTA MODESTA DAVID DIANA DIANA DIANA DIANA RICHARD RICHARD JAMES DEIDRE

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ORIGINAL_WORD DIM DIMITRI DIMITRIA DINA DION DIX DIXON DMITRI DODI DOLLIE DOLLY DOLORA DOLPH DOM DOMINIQUE DOMINY DON DONA DONAL DONALL

REPLACEMENT_WORD DAPHNE DEMETRIUS DEMETRIA DINAH DENNIS DIXIE BENEDICT DEMETRIUS DORIS DOROTHY DOROTHY DOLORES RUDOLPH DOMINIC DOMINICA DOMINIC DONALD DONNA DONALD DONALD

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ORIGINAL_WORD DONINICK DONN DONNELL DONNIE DONNY DORA DORE DOREEN DORETTA DOREY DORI DORIE DORIN DORINE DOROTHEA DOROTHI DORRAN DORRIE DORRY DORTHEA

REPLACEMENT_WORD DOMINIC DONALD DONALD DONALD DONALD DOROTHY DOROTHY DORENE DOROTHY DORIAN THEODORA DORENE DORINDA DORENE DOROTHY DOROTHY DORAN DOLORES DOLORES DOROTHY

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ORIGINAL_WORD DORTHY DORY DOT DOTTIE DOTTY DOUG DREW DRU DRUCILLA DRUE DRUS DRUSIE DUD DUKE DULCI DULCINE DUNC DURANT DURWARE DURWOOD

REPLACEMENT_WORD DOROTHY ISIDORE DOROTHY DOROTHY DOROTHY DOUGLAS ANDREW DRUSILLA DRUSILLA ANDREW DRUSILLA DRUSILLA DEDLEY MARMADUKE DULCIE DULCIE DUNCAN DURAND DURWARD DURWARD

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ORIGINAL_WORD DURWYN DWANE DWAYNE EADIE EADITH EADWINA EADWINE EARLE EARLY EARTHA EB EBERHART EDA EDDIE EDDY EDE EDIE EDINA EDISON EDLIN

REPLACEMENT_WORD DURWIN DUANE DUANE EDITH EDITH EDWINA EDWINA EARL EARL HERTHA EBENEZER EVERARD EDITH ED ED EDITH EDITH EDITH ED ED

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ORIGINAL_WORD EDMOND EDMUND EDNY EDRICH EDRICK EDSON EDUARD EDVIG EDWARD EDWIN EDWINE EDYTHE EFFY EFREM EGON EILEEN EIRENE EL ELANA ELAYNE

REPLACEMENT_WORD ED ED EDNA ERIC EDRIC ED ED HEDWIG ED ED EDWINA EDITH EFFIE EPHRAIM EGAN AILEEN IRENE ELDON ELAINE ELAINE

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ORIGINAL_WORD ELBERT ELBERTA ELDEN ELDRED ELDRID ELDWEN ELEANOR ELEANORA ELEANORE ELENA ELENE ELENORE ELERY ELEXA ELFRIDA ELIA ELIEZER ELIHU ELIJAH ELINOR

REPLACEMENT_WORD ALBERT ALBERT ELDON EDDRIDGE EDDRIDGE ELDWIN HELEN HELEN HELEN HELEN HELEN HELEN ELLERY ALEX ELFREDA ELI ELEAZAR ELIAS ELIAS HELEN

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ORIGINAL_WORD ELINORE ELIOT ELISA ELISABETH ELISABETTA ELISE ELISON ELISSA ELIZA ELLA ELLEN ELLIE ELLIOT ELLIS ELMIRA ELNORE ELOISE ELSA ELSBETH ELSE

REPLACEMENT_WORD HELEN ELIAS ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELLISON ALICE ELIZABETH HELEN HELEN HELEN ELIAS ELIAS ALMIRA HELEN LOUISE ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH

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ORIGINAL_WORD ELSIE ELSWORTH ELVA ELVIE ELVIN ELWYN ELY EM EMERY EMIE EMILIA EMILIE EMLYN EMMETT EMMIE EMMY ENRICO EOLANDE EPH ERDA

REPLACEMENT_WORD ELIZABETH ELLSWORTH ELVIRA ELVIRA ALVIN ELWIN ELI EMILY EMORY EMMA EMILY EMILY EMIL EMMET EMMA EMILY HENRY YOLANDE EPHRAIM HERTHA

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ORIGINAL_WORD ERICK ERIK ERIKA ERIN ERLE ERMA ERME ERMIN ERMINIE ERN ERNA ERNESTA ERNIE ERROL ERVIN ERVINE ERWIN ESME ESSIE ESSY

REPLACEMENT_WORD ERIC ERIC ERICA ERINA EARL IRMA IRMA HERMAN ARMINA ERNEST ERNESTINE ERNESTINE ERNEST EARL IRVIN IRVIN IRVIN ESMERALDA ESTHER ESTHER

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ORIGINAL_WORD ESTA ESTELLA ESTER ETHELBERT ETHYL ETTA ETTY EUGENIE EUPHEMIA EUPHEMIE EV EVA EVAN EVELEEN EVELINA EVELINE EVELYN EVERETT EVIE EVITA

REPLACEMENT_WORD ESTHER ESTELLE ESTHER ALBERT ETHEL HENRIETTA HENRIETTA EUGENIA EFFIE EFFIE EVERARD EVE JOHN EVE EVE EVE EVE EVERARD EVE EVE

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ORIGINAL_WORD EVONNE EZ EZMERALDA FABE FAE FAIRLIE FAN FANNIE FARANT FARL FARLEY FARRAND FARREL FAULKNER FAUSTENA FAUSTINE FAY FAYE FEFFRY FELIC

REPLACEMENT_WORD EVE EZRA ESMERALDA FABIAN FAITH FAIRLEY FANNY FANNY FARAND FAIRLEY FAIRLEY FARAND FARRELL FALKNER FAUSTINA FAUSTINA FAITH FAITH GEOFFREY FELICIA

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ORIGINAL_WORD FELISE FEODOR FEODORE FERD FERDE FERDIE FERNALD FERNAND FERNANDO FHIONA FIDELIA FIDELITY FIDELLA FIFI FILBERT FILIP FILMORE FILP FINDLAY FIO

REPLACEMENT_WORD FELICIA THEODORE THEODORE FERDINAND FERDINAND FERDINAND FARNELL FERDINAND FERDINAND FIONNA FIDELA FIDELA FIDELA JOSEPHINE PHILBERT PHILIP FILMER PHILIP FINLEY FIONNA

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ORIGINAL_WORD FIONA FISKE FLAVIUS FLEM FLETCH FLEUR FLEURETTE FLO FLORA FLORETTE FLORIA FLORIE FLORIS FLORY FLOSSIE FLOWER FLOYD FOREST FOWLER FRAN

REPLACEMENT_WORD FIONNA FISK FLAVIAN FLEMING FLETCHER FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORIAN FLORENCE FLORENCE LLOYD FORREST FALKNER FRANCES

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ORIGINAL_WORD FRANCE FRANCESCA FRANCHOT FRANCINE FRANCIS FRANK FRANKIE FRANNY FRANZ FRED FREDDIE FREDDY FREDERIC FREDERICKSEN FREDERICKSON FREDIE FREDRIC FREDRICKSEN FREDRICKSON FREDRIKA

REPLACEMENT_WORD FRANCES FRANCES FRANCES FRANCES FRANCES FRANKLIN FRANCES FRANCES FRANCES FREDERICK FREDERICK FREDERICK FREDERICK FREDERIKSEN FREDERIKSEN FREDA FREDERICK FREDERIKSEN FREDERIKSEN FREDERICA

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ORIGINAL_WORD FREEMON FREIDA FRIDA FRIEDA FRITZ FRITZI FRITZY

REPLACEMENT_WORD FREEMAN FREDA FREDA FREDA FREDERICK FRITZIE FRITZIE

This table lists the original and replacement words of the EXPANDED_ PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY word replacement list in alphabetical order from G to N.
ORIGINAL_WORD GABBY GABE GABEY GABI GABIE GABRIELLA GADMON GAE GAEL GAIL REPLACEMENT_WORD GABRIEL GABRIEL GABRIELLE GABRIELLE GABRIELLE GABRIELLE GADMAN GAY ABIGAIL ABIGAIL

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ORIGINAL_WORD GALE GAR GARDA GARDNER GARETH GAREY GARNETT GAROLD GARRETH GARRETT GARRY GARTH GARY GASPAR GAVIN GAYE GAYL GEMINA GEN GENA

REPLACEMENT_WORD ABIGAIL GARVIN GERDA GARDINER GARETT GARETT GARNET GERALD GARETT GARETT GARETT GARETT GARETT JASPER GAWAIN GAY ABIGAIL GEMINI GUINEVERE EUGENIA

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ORIGINAL_WORD GENE GENEVA GENIE GENNY GEOF GEOFF GEORGETTA GEORGETTE GEORGI GEORGIA GEORGIANNA GEORGIE GEORGINA GEORGINE GERALDA GERARD GERDI GERELD GERI GERRALD

REPLACEMENT_WORD EUGENIA GENEVIEVE EUGENIA GUINEVERE GEOFFREY GEOFFREY GEORGIANA GEORGIANA GEORGIANA GEORGIANA GEORGIANA GEORGIANA GEORGIANA GEORGIANA GERALDINE GARETT GERDA GERALD GERALDINE GERALD

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ORIGINAL_WORD GERRY GERTA GERTI GERTIE GERTY GERVAIS GERY GIAN GIANNA GIL GILBERTE GILBERTINA GILBERTINE GILE GILLES GILLI GILLY GILPIN GINA GINE

REPLACEMENT_WORD GERALD GERTRUDE GERTRUDE GERTRUDE GERTRUDE GERVASE GERALD JOHN JANE GILBERT GILBERTA GILBERTA GILBERTA GILES GILES GILDA GILES GILBERT REGINA REGINA

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ORIGINAL_WORD GINGER GINNY GIOVANNI GISELA GISELE GITEL GITLE GITTLE GLAD GLADDIE GLADINE GLADIS GLADWIN GLENDA GLENN GLENNA GLENNIE GLENNIS GLORIANNA GLORY

REPLACEMENT_WORD VIRGINIA VIRGINIA JOHN GISELLE GISELLE GITTEL GITTEL GITTEL GLADYS GLADYS GLADYS GLADYS GOODWIN GLEN GLEN GLEN GLEN GLEN GLORIANA GLORIA

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ORIGINAL_WORD GLYNIS GLYNN GODDERD GODDORD GODFREY GODWIN GOLDY GRACIA GRACIE GRACYE GRAEME GRAY GREDEL GREG GREGGORY GRETA GRETCHEN GREY GREYSON GRIFF

REPLACEMENT_WORD GLEN GLEN GODDARD GODDARD GEOFFREY GOODWIN GOLDIE GRACE GRACE GRACE GRAHAM GRAYSON MARGARET GREGORY GREGORY MARGARET MARGARET GRAYSON GRAYSON GRIFFITH

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ORIGINAL_WORD GRIFFIN GRISSEL GUENEVERE GUIDO GUNAR GUNTAR GUNTER GUNTHAR GUSSIE GUSTA GUSTAF GUSTANE GUSTAVE GUSTAVO GUSTAVUS GUSTIN GUYON GWEN GWENDOLYN GWENN

REPLACEMENT_WORD GRIFFITH GRISELDA GUINEVERE GUY GUNTHER GUNTHER GUNTHER GUNTHER GUS GUS GUS GUS GUS GUS GUS GUS GUY GWENDOLEN GWENDOLEN GWENDOLEN

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ORIGINAL_WORD GWYN GWYNETH HADEN HADRIAN HAGGAR HAL HALDANE HALSY HAM HAMISH HAMLIN HANK HANLEIGH HANS HANSON HANSSON HARALD HARBERT HARDEN HARL

REPLACEMENT_WORD GWENDOLEN GWENDOLEN HADDEN ADRIAN HAGAR HENRY HALDEN HALDSEY GRAHAM JAMES HENRY HENRY HANLEY JOHN HANSEN HANSEN HAROLD HERBERT HARLEY HARLEY

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ORIGINAL_WORD HARLEIGH HARMAN HARMON HARRIETTA HARRIETTE HARROD HARRY HART HARTLEY HARV HARVE HARWELL HARWILL HATTI HATTIE HATTY HAYNES HEATH HECK HEDDY

REPLACEMENT_WORD HARLEY HERMAN HERMAN HARRIET HARRIET HAROD HAROLD HARLEY HARLEY HARVEY HARVEY HARTWELL HARTWELL HARRIET HARRIET HARRIET HAINES HEATHER HECTOR HEDDA

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ORIGINAL_WORD HEDI HEDVIG HEDY HEIDI HEINRICK HELENA HELENE HELLENE HELOISE HEN HENDRICK HENDRIK HENLEIGH HENLEY HENNI HENNIE HENRI HENRIETTE HENRIKA HEPSIBA

REPLACEMENT_WORD HEDWIG HEDWIG HEDDA HILDA HENRY HELEN HELEN HELEN LOUISE HENRY HENRY HENRY HANLEY HANLEY HENRIETTA HENRIETTA HENRY HENRIETTA HENRIETTA HEPHZIBAH

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ORIGINAL_WORD HEPSIBAH HEPSIBETHA HERALD HERB HERBIE HERELD HERM HERMIE HERMON HERNANDO HEROD HEROLD HERRICK HERTA HERV HERVE HERVEY HESKETH HETTI HETTIE

REPLACEMENT_WORD HEPHZIBAH HEPHZIBAH HAROLD HERBERT HERBERT HAROLD HERMAN HERMAN HERMAN FERDINAND HERROD HAROLD HAROLD HERTHA HARVEY HARVEY HARVEY HEZEKIAH HESTER HESTER

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ORIGINAL_WORD HETTY HEWE HIATT HILAIRE HILDAGARD HILDAGARDE HILDE HILDEGARD HILDIE HILDY HILLAREY HILLARY HOBART HOLLIE HONEY HONORIA HORATION HORATIUS HORTENSA HOWIE

REPLACEMENT_WORD HESTER HUGH HYATT HILARY HILDA HILDA HILDA HILDA HILDA HILDA HILARY HILARY HUBERT HOLLY HONORA HONORA HORACE HORACE HORTENSE HOWARD

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ORIGINAL_WORD HOYT HUBBARD HUBIE HUEY HUGHES HUGHIE HUGO HUMFREY HUNTLEY HY HYMEN HYMIE IAN IDALLA IDELLE IGGY IGNACE IGNATIA IGNATZ IGNATZIA

REPLACEMENT_WORD HUBERT HUBERT HUBERT HUGH HUGH HUGH HUGH HUMPHREY HUNTER HYMAN HYMAN HYMAN JOHN IDA IDA IGNATIUS IGNATIUS IGNACIA IGNATIUS IGNACIA

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ORIGINAL_WORD ILENE ILINE ILLENE ILLONA IMMANUEL IMOGEN INA INES INGA INGE INGEBORG INGMAR INGRAHAM INGRED INNIS IONE IONIA IRENA IRINA IRME

REPLACEMENT_WORD AILEEN AILEEN AILEEN AILEEN EMMANUEL IMOGENE KATHERINE INEZ INGRID IGOR INGRID IGOR INGRAM INGRID INNESS IONA IONA IRENE IRENE IRMA

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ORIGINAL_WORD IRMINA IRMINE IRV IRVING IRWIN ISABELLA ISABELLE ISADOR ISADORE ISBEL ISIDOR ISIDORA ISOBEL ISOLDA ISSY IVA IVAN IVAR IVER IVES

REPLACEMENT_WORD IRMA IRMA IRVIN IRVIN IRVIN ISABEL ISABEL ISIDORE ISIDORE ISABEL ISIDORE ISDORA ISABEL ISOLDE ISIDORE IVAH JOHN YVES YVES YVES

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ORIGINAL_WORD IVO IVON IVONNE IVOR IZ IZZY JABE JACABSIN JACENTA JACK JACOB JACOBSEN JACOBSSON JACQUES JADAH JADDA JAKE JAKIE JAKOBSEN JAKOBSON

REPLACEMENT_WORD YVES YVES YVONNE YVES ISRAEL ISRAEL JABEZ JACOBSON JACINDA JOHN JAMES JACOBSON JACOBSON JAMES JADA JADA JAMES JAMES JACOBSON JACOBSON

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ORIGINAL_WORD JAMESY JAMIE JAN JANET JANETTE JANEY JANICE JANNA JARET JARV JARVEY JARVIS JARY JASMIN JASMINA JEAN JEANETTE JEANIE JEANNINE JED

REPLACEMENT_WORD JAMES JAMES JOHN JANE JANE JANE JANE JANE GARETT GERVASE GERVASE GERVASE GARETT JASMINE JASMINE JOHN JANE JANE JANE JEDEDIAH

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ORIGINAL_WORD JEDDY JEDIDIAH JEFEREY JEFF JEFFERS JEFFREY JEGGAR JEGGER JEM JEMIMA JEMMIE JEMMIMA JEMMY JEN JENNI JENNIE JENNIFER JENNY JENSON JENSSON

REPLACEMENT_WORD JEDEDIAH JEDEDIAH GEOFFREY GEOFFREY GEOFFREY GEOFFREY JEGAR JEGAR JAMES JEMIMAH JAMES JEMIMAH JAMES GUINEVERE GUINEVERE GUINEVERE GUINEVERE GUINEVERE JENSEN JENSEN

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ORIGINAL_WORD JER JERALDINE JERELD JEREMIAH JEREMIAS JEROLD JERRI JERRIE JERROLD JERRY JERVIS JESS JESSE JESSI JESSIE JESSY JETH JEVON JILL JIM

REPLACEMENT_WORD GERALD GERALDINE GERALD JEREMY JEREMY GERALD GERALDINE GERALDINE GERALD GERALD GERVASE JESSICA JESSICA JESSICA JESSICA JESSICA JETHRO JOHN JULIE JAMES

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ORIGINAL_WORD JIMMIE JIMMY JINNY JO JOAN JOANA JOANIE JOANNA JOBYNA JOCELIN JOCELYN JOCK JOCKO JODIE JODY JOE JOEY JOHAN JOHANN JOHANNA

REPLACEMENT_WORD JAMES JAMES VIRGINIA JOSEPHINE JANE JANE JANE JANE JOBINA LYNN LYNN JOHN JAMES JUDITH JUDITH JOSEPH JOSEPH JOHN JOHN JANE

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ORIGINAL_WORD JOHNNIE JOHNNY JOLIET JON JONAH JONE JONIE JONNIE JONNY JORGE JORGENSON JOS JOSE JOSEPHINA JOSH JOSIE JOSLYN JUAN JUANA JUANITA

REPLACEMENT_WORD JOHN JOHN JULIE JOHN JONAS JONAS JANE JOHN JOHN GEORGE JORGENSEN JOSEPH JOSEPH JOSEPHINE JOSHUA JOSEPHINE LYNN JOHN JANE JANE

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ORIGINAL_WORD JUDITHA JUDY JULE JULES JULEY JULIA JULIAN JULIANA JULIANE JULIET JULIETTA JULIETTE JULIUS JUN JUNIE JURGEN JUST JUSTINA JUSTUS KARA

REPLACEMENT_WORD JUDITH JUDITH JULIE JULIE JULIE JULIE JULIE JULIE JULIE JULIE JULIE JULIE JULIE JUNIUS JUNIUS GEORGE JUSTIN JUSTINE JUSTIN KATHERINE

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ORIGINAL_WORD KAREN KARENA KARIN KARL KARLA KARLY KAROL KAROLE KAROLINA KAROLINE KAROLYN KARYN KASPAR KATE KATHARINA KATHARINE KATHERIN KATHIE KATHLEEN KATHLENE

REPLACEMENT_WORD KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE CHARLES CARLA CARLA CAROL CAROL CAROL CAROL CAROL KATHERINE JASPER KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE

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ORIGINAL_WORD KATHRINA KATHRYN KATHY KATIE KAVAN KAYNE KAZIMIR KELCEY KEMBLE KEN KENDAL KENDRICKS KENLEIGH KENNET KENNY KENRIC KENT KERBY KERK KERR

REPLACEMENT_WORD KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE CAVAN KANE CASIMIR KELSEY KIMBALL KENNETH KENDALL KENDRICK KENLEY KENNETH KENNETH KENDRICK KENNETH KIRBY KIRK KIRBY

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ORIGINAL_WORD KERRIE KERRIN KERRY KERWIN KESTER KETTI KEV KIERAN KILE KIM KIMBLE KIRBEE KIRBIE KIRWIN KIT KITTIE KITTY KLAUS KONRAD KORAL

REPLACEMENT_WORD KIRBY KIRBY KIRBY KIRBY CHRIS KATHERINE KEVIN KIRBY KYLE KIMBALL KIMBALL KIRBY KIRBY KIRBY CHRIS KATHERINE KATHERINE NICHOLAS CONRAD CORAL

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ORIGINAL_WORD KRIS KRISS KRISTIAN KRISTIANA KRISTIN KRISTINA KRISTINE KURT KYNAN LAINE LAM LAMOND LANA LANCELOT LANCEY LANE LANGDON LANGSTON LANI LARAINE

REPLACEMENT_WORD CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CURTIS CONAL ELAINE LAMBERT LAMONT ALANA LANCE LANCE ALANA LANDON LANDON ELAINE LORRAINE

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ORIGINAL_WORD LARI LARRY LARS LARSEN LARSSON LARZ LATHROPE LAUGHTON LAUNCE LAUNCELOT LAUREEN LAUREL LAUREN LAURENCE LAURENT LAURETTE LAURIE LAVERNA LAVERNE LAVINA

REPLACEMENT_WORD LAURA LAWRENCE LAWRENCE LARSON LARSON LAWRENCE LATHROP LAWTON LANCE LANCE LAURA LAURA LAWRENCE LAWRENCE LAWRENCE LAURA LAWRENCE VERNA VERNA LAVINIA

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ORIGINAL_WORD LAZAR LAZARUS LEA LECTRA LEDA LEELA LEELAND LEICESTER LEIGH LEILAH LELA LELAH LELIA LEM LEN LENA LENNI LENNIE LENNY LENORE

REPLACEMENT_WORD ELEAZAR ELEAZAR LEE ELECTRA ALIDA LEILA LELAND LESTER LEE LEILA LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LEMUEL LEE HELEN HELEN LEE LEE HELEN

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ORIGINAL_WORD LEO LEOLA LEON LEONARD LEONARDO LEONE LEONI LEONIE LEONORE LEONTYNE LEOPOLD LEORA LEPP LEROY LES LESLI LESLIE LESLY LETA LETICIA

REPLACEMENT_WORD LEE LEONA LEE LEE LEE LEONA LEONA LEONA HELEN LEONTINE LEE HELEN LEE ELROY LESLEY LESLEY LESLEY LESLEY LETITIA LETITIA

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ORIGINAL_WORD LETTA LETTIE LETTY LEW LEWES LEX LIANA LIANNE LIBBY LIDA LIL LILA LILAH LILIA LILIAN LILIS LILITH LILLA LILLI LILLIBEL

REPLACEMENT_WORD ALETHEA LETITIA CHARLOTTE LEWIS LEWIS ALEX LEANNE LEANNE ELIZABETH ALIDA LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLITH LILLITH LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN

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ORIGINAL_WORD LILLIE LILLY LILY LILYAN LILYBELL LILYBELLE LINA LINC LIND LINDIE LINDON LINDY LINK LINN LION LIONEL LIRIS LISA LISABET LISABETH

REPLACEMENT_WORD LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN CAROL LINCOLN LINDA LINDA LYNDON LINDA LINCOLN LYNN LEE LEE LYRIS ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-99

ORIGINAL_WORD LISBETH LISLE LIVA LIVI LIVIA LIVVI LIZ LIZA LIZZIE LIZZY LODIE LOIS LOLETA LOLITA LON LONNY LORA LORAINE LORALIE LOREDO

REPLACEMENT_WORD ELIZABETH LYLE OLIVIA OLIVIA OLIVIA OLIVIA ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH MELODY ALOYSIA LOLA LOLA ALPHONSE ZEBULON LAURA LORRAINE LAURA LORING

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ORIGINAL_WORD LOREE LORELIE LOREN LORENZ LORENZO LORETTA LORETTE LORI LORIE LORIN LORINDA LORINE LORNA LORNE LORRIE LORRY LOTHAIR LOTHAR LOTHARIO LOTTA

REPLACEMENT_WORD LAURA LAURA LAWRENCE LAWRENCE LAWRENCE LAURA LAURA LAURA LAURA LAWRENCE LAURA HELEN LAURA LAURA LAURA LAWRENCE LUTHER LUTHER LUTHER CHARLOTTE

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ORIGINAL_WORD LOTTE LOTTIE LOTTY LOU LOUIE LOUIS LOUISA LOVEL LOVELL LOYCE LU LUCAS LUCE LUCIA LUCIAN LUCIE LUCILLA LUCILLE LUCINDA LUCRETIA

REPLACEMENT_WORD CHARLOTTE CHARLOTTE CHARLOTTE LOUISE LEWIS LEWIS LOUISE LOWELL LOWELL LOUISE LUCY LUCIUS LUCIUS LUCY LUCIUS LUCY LUCY LUCY LUCY LUCY

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ORIGINAL_WORD LUDOVICK LUDVIG LUIGI LUIS LUKE LUKEV LULU LYN LYND LYNDA LYNNA LYNNE LYON MADA MADDIE MADDIS MADDOX MADELEINE MADELENE MADELON

REPLACEMENT_WORD LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LUCIUS LUCIUS LUCY LYNN LINDA LINDA LYNN LYNN LEE MADELINE MADELINE MATTHEW MADDOCK MADELINE MADELINE MADELINE

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ORIGINAL_WORD MADEN MADGE MADID MADOC MAE MAG MAGDA MAGDALEN MAGGIE MAIDY MAISIE MAL MALAN MALVINA MAMIE MANDA MANDIE MANDY MANNY MANON

REPLACEMENT_WORD MATTHEW MARGARET MADELINE MADDOCK MAY MARGARET MADELINE MADELINE MARGARET MAIDA MARGARET MALVIN MELANIE MELVINA MARY AMANDA AMANDA AMANDA EMMANUEL MARY

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ORIGINAL_WORD MANUEL MAPH MARA MARC MARCEL MARCELLA MARCH MARCIE MARCO MARCUS MARCY MAREK MARGARITA MARGE MARGERY MARGIE MARGO MARGOT MARI MARIA

REPLACEMENT_WORD EMMANUEL DAPHNE MARY MARK MARK MARCIA MARK MARCIA MARK MARK MARCIA MARK MARGARET MARGARET MARGARET MARGARET MARGARET MARGARET MARY MARY

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ORIGINAL_WORD MARIAM MARIAN MARIE MARIETTA MARIETTE MARIGOLD MARILYN MARION MARISA MARITA MARJORIE MARL MARLA MARLEEN MARLEN MARLENE MARLIN MARLINE MARLON MARRAS

REPLACEMENT_WORD MARY MARY MARY MARY MARY MARIGOLDE MARY MARY MARIS MAURITA MARGARET MERLIN MARY MADELINE MERLIN MADELINE MERLIN MADELINE MERLIN MARIS

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ORIGINAL_WORD MARRIS MARS MARSH MARSHA MARSHAL MARTA MARTEENA MARTELLA MARTHE MARTI MARTIE MARTIN MARTINE MARTY MARTYN MARV MARVELLA MARVIN MARYA MAT

REPLACEMENT_WORD MARIS MARK MARSHALL MARCIA MARSHALL MARTHA MARTINA MARTHA MARTHA MARTINA MARTHA MARK MARTINA MARK MARK IRVIN MARVA IRVIN MARY MATTHEW

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ORIGINAL_WORD MATHIAS MATT MATTHIAS MATTI MATTIE MATTY MAUD MAUDE MAUREEN MAURETTA MAUREY MAURI MAURICE MAURY MAX MAXEY MAXIE MAXIM MAYBELLE MAYER

REPLACEMENT_WORD MATTHEW MATTHEW MATTHEW MATHILDA MARTHA MATTHEW MATHILDA MATHILDA MARY MAURITA MURRAY MAURITA MURRAY MURRAY MAXIMILLIAN MAXIMILLIAN MAXIMILLIAN MAXIMILLIAN MABEL MEYER

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ORIGINAL_WORD MEAGAN MEAGHAN MEG MEGHAN MEHITABEL MEL MELAN MELANIA MELBA MELICENT MELIE MELINA MELISA MELL MELLIE MELLY MELODIE MELONEY MELVIN MENA

REPLACEMENT_WORD MEGAN MEGAN MARGARET MEGAN METHETABEL MELISSA MELANIE MELANIE MELVINA MILLICENT AMELIA MELANIE MELISSA AMELIA MELANIE MELANIE MELODY MELANIE MALVIN PHILOMENA

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ORIGINAL_WORD MERCI MERCY MERI MERIDITH MERIEL MERL MERLA MERRI MERRICK MERRILL MERT MERTA MERV MERVIN MERWIN MERYL METABEL MICKEY MIKE MILICENT

REPLACEMENT_WORD MERCEDES MERCEDES MERRIE MEREDITH MURIEL MERLIN MERLE MERRITT EMORY MYRON MYRTLE MYRTLE IRVIN IRVIN IRVIN MERLE METHETABEL MICHAEL MICHAEL MILLICENT

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ORIGINAL_WORD MILL MILLI MILLIE MILLY MILT MIMI MIN MINA MINETTE MINI MINNIE MINNY MIRA MIRABELLE MIRI MIRIAM MITCH MITCHELL MITZI MITZIE

REPLACEMENT_WORD AMELIA MILDRED MILDRED CAMILLA MILTON MARY MINNA WILHELMINA MARY MINNA MINNA MINNA MIRABEL MIRABEL MIRANDA MARY MICHAEL MICHAEL MARY MARY

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ORIGINAL_WORD MODESTE MOE MOIRA MOLL MOLLIE MOLLY MONIQUE MONTAGU MONTE MONTY MOREL MORENE MORICE MORRIS MORRY MORT MORTIE MORTY MOSE MOSS

REPLACEMENT_WORD MODESTA MOSES MARY MARY MARY MARY MONICA MONTAGUE MONTAGUE MONTGOMERY MURRAY MARY MURRAY MURRAY MURRAY MORTIMER MORTIMER MORTIMER MOSES MOSES

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ORIGINAL_WORD MUNRO MUR MURDOCK MURIELLE MURREY MURRY MURTAGH MYRNA MYRT MYRTA NADA NADIA NAN NANA NANCY NANETE NANETTE NANINE NANON NARA

REPLACEMENT_WORD MONROE MURIEL MURDOCH MURIEL MURRAY MURRAY MURDOCH MORNA MYRTLE MYRTLE NADINE NADINE ANN ANN ANN ANN ANN ANN ANN NARDA

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ORIGINAL_WORD NAT NATALA NATALE NATALEE NATALIA NATASHA NATE NATHALIE NATHAN NATHANAEL NATICA NATIE NATIKA NATTIE NATTY NEAL NEALE NEALEY NED NEDDA

REPLACEMENT_WORD NATALIE NATALIE NATALIE NATALIE NATALIE NATALIE NATHANIEL NATALIE NATHANIEL NATHANIEL NATALIE NATHANIEL NATALIE NATALIE NATHANIEL CORNELIUS CORNELIUS CORNELIUS ED NEDA

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ORIGINAL_WORD NEDDY NEDI NEIL NEILSON NELIA NELL NELLIE NELLY NELSON NEREEN NERIN NERINA NERITA NERNADINA NESSA NESSIE NESSIM NETTA NETTIE NETTY

REPLACEMENT_WORD ED NEDA CORNELIUS CORNELIUS CORNELIA CORNELIA HELEN HELEN CORNELIUS NERINE NERINE NERINE NERISSA BERNADINE AGNES AGNES NESTOR NATALIE NATALIE NATALIE

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ORIGINAL_WORD NEV NEVIL NEVINS NEWEL NEWELL NEYSA NIC NICHOL NICHOLL NICK NICKY NICOLA NICOLAS NICOLETTA NICOLETTE NIKI NIKKI NIKOLA NILES NINA

REPLACEMENT_WORD NEVILLE NEVILLE NEVIN NOEL NOEL AGNES DOMINIC NICHOLAS NICHOLAS NICHOLAS NICHOLAS NICOLE NICHOLAS NICOLE NICOLE NICOLE NICOLE NICOLE NICHOLAS ANN

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ORIGINAL_WORD NINETTE NINON NOBEL NOELLA NOELLE NOLAN NOLITA NOLL NOLLIE NOLLY NOMI NONIE NONNA NORA NORAH NOREEN NORINE NORM NORMAND NORMI

REPLACEMENT_WORD ANN ANN NOBLE NOEL NOEL NOBLE OLIVIA OLIVER OLIVER OLIVER NAOMI NONA NONA HELEN HONORA HONORA HONORA NORMAN NORMAN NORMA

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ORIGINAL_WORD NORMIE NORRIE NORRIS NORTY NORWOOD NORWORD

REPLACEMENT_WORD NORMA HONORA NORMAN NORTON NORWARD NORWARD

This table lists the original and replacement words of the EXPANDED_PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY word replacement list in alphabetical order from O to Z.
ORIGINAL_WORD OBE OCTAVE OCTAVIAN OCTAVUS ODEL ODELET ODELL ODELLA ODET ODETTA ODILE REPLACEMENT_WORD OBADIAH OCTAVIUS OCTAVIUS OCTAVIUS ODELE ODELE ODELE ODELIA ODETTE ODETTE ODELIA

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ORIGINAL_WORD ODIN ODO OLEN OLIVE OLIVIER OLLI OLLIE ONA ONDINE OONA ORA ORABEL ORABELLE ORALIA ORALIE OREL ORI ORIBELLE ORIEL ORIN

REPLACEMENT_WORD ODELE ODELE OLAF OLIVIA OLIVER OLIVIA OLIVER UNA UNDINE UNA AURELIA ORIBEL ORIBEL AURELIA AURELIA AURELIA ORIBEL ORIBEL ORIOLE OREN

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ORIGINAL_WORD ORLANDO ORLENE ORLINA ORMAN ORMAND ORRIN ORSINI ORSINO ORVIL OS OSBORNE OSBOURNE OSMAND OSMUND OTILA OTTI OTTIE OTTILLIA OWAIN OZ

REPLACEMENT_WORD ROLAND ORLENA ORLENA ORMOND ORMOND OREN ORSON ORSON ORVILLE OSWALD OSBORN OSBORN OSMOND OSMOND OTTILIE OTTILIE OTTILIE OTTILIE OWEN OSWALD

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ORIGINAL_WORD OZZIE PACKSTON PADDY PADRAIC PAIGE PALEY PAM PAMMY PANSIE PARKE PARNELL PATRIC PATRICE PATRICIA PATRICK PATSY PATTI PATTY PAULETTE PAULI

REPLACEMENT_WORD OSCAR PAXTON PAT PAT PAGE PAUL PAMELA PAMELA PANSY PARK PETER PAT PAT PAT PAT PAT PAT PAT PAULA PAULA

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ORIGINAL_WORD PAULIE PAULINA PAULINE PAULITA PAXON PAYNE PEARCE PEARLE PEARSON PEDRO PEERSON PEG PEGGY PEITRO PEN PENNIE PENNY PEONIE PEPI PERCE

REPLACEMENT_WORD PAULA PAULA PAULA PAULA PAXTON PAINE PETER PEARL PIERSON PETER PIERSON MARGARET MARGARET PETER PENELOPE PENELOPE PENELOPE PEONY PEPITA PERCIVAL

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ORIGINAL_WORD PERCEVAL PERCY PEREGRINE PERL PERLIE PERNELL PERNELLA PERR PERRIN PET PETA PETE PETEY PETI PETIE PETRIE PETRINA PETRINE PETTA PETULAH

REPLACEMENT_WORD PERCIVAL PERCIVAL PERRY PEARL PEARL PETER PARNELLA PERRY PETER PETRA PETRA PETER PETER PETRA PETER PETER PETRA PETRA PETRA PETULA

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ORIGINAL_WORD PEYTON PHEBE PHELPS PHENICA PHENICIA PHIL PHILINA PHILINE PHILIPA PHILIPPE PHILIS PHILLANE PHILLIS PHOEBE PHYL PHYLIS PIERCE PIERRE PIPPA PIPPIN

REPLACEMENT_WORD PAT PHILOMENA PHILIP PHENICE PHENICE PHILIP PHILANA PHILANA PHILIPPA PHILIPPA PHYLLIS PHILANA PHYLLIS PHILOMENA PHYLLIS PHYLLIS PETER PETER PHILIPPA PERRY

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ORIGINAL_WORD POL POLL POLLIE POLLY PORCIA PRENTISS PRIMROSE PRIS PRISILLA PRISSIE PRISSY PROCTER PRU PRUD PRUDI PRUDIE PRUDY PRYOR PURCELL QUEENIE

REPLACEMENT_WORD PAULA PAULA PAULA PAULA PORTIA PRENTICE ROSE PRISCILLA PRISCILLA PRISCILLA PRISCILLA PROCTOR PRUDENCE PRUDENCE PRUDENCE PRUDENCE PRUDENCE PRIOR PERCIVAL REGINA

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ORIGINAL_WORD QUENT QUILL QUINN QUINT QUINTIN QUINTINA RAB RACE RACHELE RACHELLE RADBOURNE RADBURNE RAE RAFAEL RAFAELA RAFF RAFFAELLO RALFSTON RALPH RAMA

REPLACEMENT_WORD QUENTIN QUILLON CONAL QUENTIN QUENTIN QUINTA ROBERT HORACE RACHEL RACHEL RADBURN RADBURN RACHEL RAPHAEL RAPHAELA RAPHAEL RAPHAEL RALSTON RANDOLPH MONA

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ORIGINAL_WORD RAMON RAMONA RAN RAND RANDAL RANDALL RANDIE RANDY RANI RANIA RAWSON RAY RAYMOND RAYMUND REBA REBAH REBEKAH REED REG REGAN

REPLACEMENT_WORD REGINALD MONA FARAND RANDOLPH RANDOLPH RANDOLPH MIRANDA RANDOLPH RANA RANA RAWLING REGINALD REGINALD REGINALD REBECCA REBBA REBECCA READE REGINALD REGINA

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ORIGINAL_WORD REGGIE REGINE REID REINHOLD RENA RENATA RENE RENI RENNIE RENNY REYNOLD RHODIA RIBA RICA RICARDO RICH RICHIE RICK RICKY RIKA

REPLACEMENT_WORD REGINA REGINA READE REGINALD IRENE RENEE IRENE RENEE RENEE IRENE REGINALD ROSE REBECCA ULRICA RICHARD RICHARD RICHARD ERIC RICHARD ERICA

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ORIGINAL_WORD RIKI RINALDO RITA RITCH RITCHIE RIVA RO ROB ROBBI ROBBIE ROBBY ROBERTO ROBI ROBIN ROBINA ROCHELLE RODDIE RODDY RODERIC RODERICK

REPLACEMENT_WORD ERICA REGINALD MAURITA RICHARD RICHARD REBECCA ROLANDA ROBERT ROBERTA ROBERT ROBERT ROBERT ROBERTA ROBERT ROBERTA RACHEL ROD ROD ROD ROD

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ORIGINAL_WORD RODI RODIE RODMAN RODMANN RODNEY RODRICK ROLA ROLEY ROLF ROLFE ROLISTON ROLLIN ROLLO ROLPH ROLSTON RON RONA RONALD RONNIE RONNY

REPLACEMENT_WORD ROD RHODA ROD ROD ROD ROD ROLANDA ROLAND RANDOLPH RANDOLPH RALSTON ROLAND ROLAND RUDOLPH RALSTON REGINALD RONDALDA REGINALD VERONICA VERONICA

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ORIGINAL_WORD RORIE RORRY RORY ROS ROSA ROSABEL ROSABELLA ROSALEEN ROSALIA ROSALIE ROSALIND ROSALINDE ROSALLE ROSALYN ROSAMOND ROSAMUND ROSANN ROSANNA ROSANNE ROSEL

REPLACEMENT_WORD ROD ROD ROD ROSWELL ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE

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ORIGINAL_WORD ROSELLA ROSELLE ROSELYN ROSEMARIE ROSEMARY ROSENA ROSENE ROSETTA ROSETTE ROSIE ROSINA ROSITA ROSLYN ROWLAND ROX ROXANA ROXANNA ROXANNE ROXIE ROXY

REPLACEMENT_WORD ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROSE ROLAND ROXANE ROXANE ROXANE ROXANE ROXANE ROXANE

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ORIGINAL_WORD ROY ROZ ROZALIE ROZINA RUBE RUBEN RUBERTA RUBETTA RUDOLF RUDY RUFE RUFUS RUIAS RUPERT RUPERTA RUSS RUSSEL RUTHERFURD RUTHIE RYDER

REPLACEMENT_WORD ELROY ROSWELL ROSE ROSE REUBEN REUBEN ROBERTA RUBY RUDOLPH RUDOLPH GRIFFITH GRIFFITH URIAH ROBERT ROBERTA RUSSELL RUSSELL RUTHERFORD RUTH RIDER

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ORIGINAL_WORD SABINE SADIE SADYE SAL SALENE SALLIE SALLY SAMANTHA SAMELLA SAMMY SAMPSON SAMSON SAMUEL SAMUELA SAMUELIA SANBORNE SANBURN SANDERS SANDFORD SANDI

REPLACEMENT_WORD SABINA SARAH SARAH SALVADOR SELENA SARAH SARAH SAM SAM SAM SAM SAM SAM SAM SAM SANBORN SANBORN SANDY SANFORD SANDY

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ORIGINAL_WORD SANDOR SANDRA SARA SARENA SARENE SARETTA SARI SARITA SAUNDERS SAVINA SAXEN SCHMID SCHMIDT SCHMITS SCHMITT SCHMITZ SCOT SCOTTIE SCOTTY SEAMUS

REPLACEMENT_WORD SANDY SANDY SARAH SARAH SARAH SARAH SARAH SARAH SANDY SABINA SAXON SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SCOTT SCOTT SCOTT JAMES

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ORIGINAL_WORD SEAN SEDGEWINN SELDA SELIG SELMA SERA SERAFINA SEWEL SEYMOUR SHAMUS SHANE SHARA SHARI SHAWN SHEBA SHEILA SHEL SHELBY SHELL SHELLY

REPLACEMENT_WORD JOHN SEDGEWICK GRISELDA ZELIG ANSELMA SERAPHINE SERAPHINE SEWELL MURRAY JAMES JOHN SHARON SHARON JOHN BATHSHEBA SHELLEY SHELDON SELBY SHELLEY SHELDON

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ORIGINAL_WORD SHELTON SHEP SHEPHERD SHEPLY SHEPP SHEPPARD SHERI SHERM SHERRARD SHERRY SHERYL SHIRL SHIRLEE SHIRLIE SI SIB SIBBIE SIBBY SIBEL SIBELL

REPLACEMENT_WORD SHELDON SHEPARD SHEPARD SHEPLEY SHEPARD SHEPARD SHIRLEY SHERMAN SHERARD CHERIE SHIRLEY SHIRLEY SHIRLEY SHIRLEY SIMON SYBIL SYBIL SYBIL SYBIL SYBIL

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ORIGINAL_WORD SIBIE SIBYL SID SIDONIA SIDONIE SIEGFRIED SIL SILVA SILVAN SILVANA SILVANUS SILVESTER SILVIA SIM SIMEON SIMONETTA SIMPSON SIMSON SOFIA SOL

REPLACEMENT_WORD SYBIL SYBIL SIDNEY SIDNEY SIDNEY SIFFRID PRISCILLA SYLVIA SILAS SYLVIA SILAS SILAS SYLVIA SAM SIMON SIMONE SAM SAM SOPHIA SOLOMON

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ORIGINAL_WORD SOLLY SONDRA SONIA SONJA SONNY SONYA SOPH SOPHEY SOPHI SOPHIE SOPHY SPENCE SPENSER SPRAGE STACEY STAFFARD STAFORD STAN STANLEIGH STEFAN

REPLACEMENT_WORD SOLOMON SANDY SOPHIA SOPHIA TYSON SOPHIA SOPHIA SOPHIA SOPHIA SOPHIA SOPHIA SPENCER SPENCER SPRAGUE STACY STAFFORD STAFFORD STANLEY STANLEY STEPHEN

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ORIGINAL_WORD STEFANIE STEFFEN STELLA STEPHANA STEPHANIA STEPHENIE STEVE STEVEN STEVIE STEW STIRLING STJEPAN STU STUART SUE SUSANA SUSANNA SUSANNAH SUSI SUSIE

REPLACEMENT_WORD STEPHANIE STEPHEN ESTELLE STEPHANIE STEPHANIE STEPHANIE STEPHEN STEPHEN STEPHEN STEWARD STERLING STEPHEN STEWARD STEWARD SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN

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ORIGINAL_WORD SUSSANNE SUSY SUZANNA SUZETTA SUZIE SUZY SWAIN SWANE SYBYL SYD SYDNEY SYL SYLVAN SYLVESTER SYLVIE TABBIE TAD TAIT TAITE TALBOT

REPLACEMENT_WORD SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SWAINE SWAINE SYBIL SIDNEY SIDNEY SYLVIA SILAS SILAS SYLVIA TABITHA THADDEUS TATE TATE TALBOTT

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ORIGINAL_WORD TALLBOY TALLU TALLULA TAM TAMA TAMMANY TAMMY TANYA TAVEY TAVI TAVIA TED TEDDI TEDDIE TEDDY TEDRIC TEENA TERRENCE TERRY TESS

REPLACEMENT_WORD TALBOTT TALLULAH TALLULAH THOMAS TAMARA THOMAS THOMAS TANIA OCTAVIUS OCTAVIA OCTAVIA THEODORE THEODORA THEODORE THEODORE THEODORIC MARTINA TERENCE TERENCE TERESA

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ORIGINAL_WORD TESSA TESSIE THACHER THACKERAY THAD THAXTER THEA THEDA THEO THEOBALD THEODOSIA THERESA THERESE THIA THIBAUT THOM THOMASA THOMASINE THORMAN TILDA

REPLACEMENT_WORD TERESA TERESA THATCHER THATCHER THADDEUS THATCHER THEODORA THEODORA THEODORE TYBALT THEODORA TERESA TERESA ANTHEA TYBALT THOMAS THOMASINA THOMASINA THURMAN MATHILDA

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ORIGINAL_WORD TILLIE TILLY TIM TIMMIE TINA TIPPI TIPPIE TISH TOBE TOBI TOBIT TOBY TOINETTE TOM TOMAS TOMMY TONI TONY TORIN TORRANCE

REPLACEMENT_WORD MATHILDA MATHILDA TIMOTHY TIMOTHY MARTINA ZIPPORAH ZIPPORAH LETITIA TOBIAS TOBEY TOBIAS TOBIAS ANTONIA THOMAS THOMAS THOMAS ANTONIA ANTHONY TERENCE TERENCE

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ORIGINAL_WORD TRACEY TRACY TRAVIS TRICIA TRINA TRISH TRIX TRIXIE TRUDE TRUDY TSIPROAH TUDOR TY TYBALD ULRIC ULRICH ULRICK ULRIKA URANIE URIA

REPLACEMENT_WORD TERESA TERESA TRAVERS PAT KATHERINE PAT BEATRICE BEATRICE GERTRUDE GERTRUDE ZIPPORAH THEODORE TYSON TYBALT ALARIC ALARIC ALARIC ULRICA URANIA URIAH

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ORIGINAL_WORD URIEL URSA URSEL URSI URSULETTE UTA UZZIEL VACHIL VAL VALE VALEDA VALENCIA VALENTE VALENTIA VALERIA VALERIE VALIANT VALLE VALLIE VALORA

REPLACEMENT_WORD URIAH URSULA URSULA URSULA URSULA OTTILIE UZIEL VACHEL VALENTINA VAIL VELDA VALENTINA VALENTINE VALENTINA VALENTINA VALENTINA VALENTINE VAIL VALENTINA VALENTINA

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ORIGINAL_WORD VAN VANNI VARECK VARICK VASHTA VASTI VAUGHN VELMA VERDIE VERGIL VERN VERNE VERNICE VERNITA VI VICK VICKI VICKY VICTOIR VICTOR

REPLACEMENT_WORD VANESSA VANESSA WARRICK WARRICK VASHTI VASHTI VAUGHAN WILHELMINA VERDA VIRGIL VERNON VERNON VERNA VERNA VIVIAN VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC

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ORIGINAL_WORD VICTORIA VICTORIE VICTORINE VIN VINA VINCE VINE VINIA VINNY VIOLA VIOLETTA VIOLETTE VIONA VIONNA VIRG VIRGIE VIRGILIA VIRGINIE VIRGY VITTORIO

REPLACEMENT_WORD VIC VIC VIC VINCENT ALVINA VINCENT VINNA LAVINIA GALVIN VIOLET VIOLET VIOLET FIONNA FIONNA VIRGIL VIRGIL VIRGINIA VIRGINIA VIRGINIA VIC

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ORIGINAL_WORD VIV VIVI VIVIA VIVIANE VIVIE VIVIEN VIVIENNE VLAD VLADAMIR VOLNY VON VONN VONNIE VONNY WAIN WAINE WALDEMAR WALDIMAR WALDO WALLI

REPLACEMENT_WORD VIVIAN VIVIAN VIVIAN VIVIAN VIVIAN VIVIAN VIVIAN VLADIMIR VLADIMIR VOLNEY YVONNE VAUGHAN YVONNE VERONICA WAYNE WAYNE VLADIMIR VLADIMIR VLADIMIR WALLACE

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ORIGINAL_WORD WALLIE WALLIS WALLY WALSH WALT WALTER WALTERS WEB WEBB WELLESLEY WENDA WENDEL WENDI WENDY WENONAH WES WIATT WIL WILBERT WILBUR

REPLACEMENT_WORD WALLACE WALLACE WALLACE WALLACE WALLACE WALLACE WALLACE WEBSTER WEBSTER WESLEY WANDA WENDELL GWENDOLEN GWENDOLEN WENONA WESLEY GUY WILSON GILBERT GILBERT

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ORIGINAL_WORD WILFREDA WILFRID WILHELM WILL WILLET WILLIS WILLY WILMA WIN WINA WINFRED WINFRID WINN WINNIE WINNY WINONA WINTON WLADIMIR WOODIE WORD

REPLACEMENT_WORD FREDA WILFRED WILLIAM WILLIAM WILLIAM WILLIAM WILLIAM WILHELMINA WINSTON EDWINA WILIFRED WILIFRED ELWIN EDWINA WINIFRED WENONA WINSTON VLADIMIR WOODROW WARD

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ORIGINAL_WORD WYATT WYNE WYNN XENIA XINA YANCEY YASMINE YOLANDA YORICK YORKE YVETTE YVON ZABRINE ZACH ZACHARIAS ZACHARY ZACK ZANE ZEB ZEBA

REPLACEMENT_WORD GUY WYNNE ELWIN XENA CHRIS YANCY JASMINE YOLANDE YORK YORK YVONNE YVES ZABRINA ZACHARIAH ZACHARIAH ZACHARIAH ZACHARIAH JOHN ZEBADIAH ZEBADA

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ORIGINAL_WORD ZEBE ZEBEDEE ZEENA ZEKE ZELDA ZENIA ZEPH ZERLA ZERLINE ZINA ZIPPORA ZITA ZORAH ZORANA ZORINA

REPLACEMENT_WORD ZEBADIAH ZEBADIAH ZENA EZEKIEL GRISELDA ZENA ZEPHANIAH ZERLINA ZERLINA ZINAH ZIPPORAH TERESA ZORA ZORA ZORA

KEY MODIFIERS
This table lists the original and replacement words of the KEY MODIFIERS word replacement list. Many of the replacement words are intentionally blank so that the returned values will be more fuzzy.

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-153

Original Word a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t

Replacement Word A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T

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Original Word u v w x y z ! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , .

Replacement Word U V W X Y Z

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Original Word / : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ] ^ _ ' { | } ~

Replacement Word

ORGANIZATION_NAME_DICTIONARY
This table lists the original and replacement words of the ORGANIZATION_NAME_DICTIONARY word replacement list.

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ORIGINAL_WORD AND ASSOCIATES AT BY CALIFORNIA CHAPTER COLLEGE COLLEGES COMMUNITY COMPANY COMPUTER COMPUTING CONSULTANTS CORPORATION DEPARTMENT DIVISION ENGINEERING ENTERPRISES FOR GROUP

REPLACEMENT_WORD

ASSOC

CALIF CHPTR COLL COLL COMM CO COMP COMP CONS CORP DEPT DIV ENGR ENTR

GRP

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ORIGINAL_WORD IN INCORP INCORPORATED INDUSTRIES INDUSTRY INFORMATION INTERNATIONAL INTERNL JAYNE LABORATORIES LABORATORY LIMITED MANAGEMENT OF OR PARTNERS SERVICES SOFTWARE STATE SYSTEMS

REPLACEMENT_WORD

INC INC IND IND INFO INTL INTL JANE LAB LAB LTD MGMT

PTR SVCS SOFT ST SYS

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ORIGINAL_WORD TECHNOLOGIES TECHNOLOGY THE UNIVERSITY

REPLACEMENT_WORD TECH TECH

UNIV

PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY
This table lists the original and replacement words of the PERSON_NAME_DICTIONARY word replacement list
ORIGINAL_WORD ABBEY ABBIE ABBY ABE ABIE ABRAM ADAMS ADAMSON ADOLF ADOLPHE ADOLPHUS ADRIA REPLACEMENT_WORD ABIGAIL ABIGAIL ABIGAIL ABRAHAM ABRAHAM ABRAHAM ADAM ADAM ADOLPH ADOLPH ADOLPH ADRIENNE

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ORIGINAL_WORD ADRIANA ADRIANNA ADRIANNE ADRIEN AGATHE AGNA AIMEE AL ALAINE ALARICK ALAYNE ALBERTA ALCOT ALDIN ALDWIN ALEC ALENE ALEXANDER ALF ALFIE

REPLACEMENT_WORD ADRIENNE ADRIENNE ADRIENNE ADRIAN AGATHA AGNES AMY ALBERT ELAINE ALARIC ELAINE ALBERT ALCOTT ALDEN ALDEN ALEX AILEEN ALEX ALFRED ALFRED

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ORIGINAL_WORD ALFONSO ALFREDA ALFY ALINA ALINE ALIS ALLAN ALLANA ALLEN ALLIE ALLIS ALLY ALONZO ALPHONSO ALVAN ALYCE ALYS AMALIA AMELIE AMI

REPLACEMENT_WORD ALPHONSE FREDA ALFRED ALANA AILEEN ALICE ALAN ALANA ALAN ALICE ALICE ALICE ALPHONSE ALPHONSE ALVIN ALICE ALICE AMELIA AMELIA AMY

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ORIGINAL_WORD AMIE ANDERSON ANDERSSON ANDRE ANDREANA ANDY ANGIE ANGY ANNA ANNE ANNIE ANTONIO ANTONY ARABELLE ARCH ARCHIE ARCHY ARIANA ARIANE ARLANA

REPLACEMENT_WORD AMY ANDERSEN ANDERSEN ANDREW ANDREA ANDREW ANGELA ANGELA ANN ANN ANN ANTHONY ANTHONY ARABELLA ARCHIBALD ARCHIBALD ARCHIBALD ARIADNE ARIADNE ARLENE

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ORIGINAL_WORD ARLEEN ARLENA ARLETTE ARLINA ARLINE ARMINE ARNE ARNIE ARNO ART ARTIE ARTURO AUDRIE AUDRY AVERIL AZALEA AZELIA BARNARD BARRETT BECKY

REPLACEMENT_WORD ARLENE ARLENE ARLENE ARLENE ARLENE ARMINA ARNOLD ARNOLD ARNOLD ARTHUR ARTHUR ARTHUR AUDREY AUDREY AVERILL AZALIA AZALIA BERNIE BARRET REBECCA

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-163

ORIGINAL_WORD BELINDA BEN BENJIE BENJY BENNIE BENNY BERNARD BERNHARD BERNI BERNY BERT BERTIE BETH BETSY BETTE BETTI BETTY BEV BEVERLEY BEVERLIE

REPLACEMENT_WORD LINDA BENJAMIN BENJAMIN BENJAMIN BENJAMIN BENJAMIN BERNIE BERNIE BERNIE BERNIE ALBERT ALBERT ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH ELIZABETH BEVERLY BEVERLY BEVERLY

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ORIGINAL_WORD BILL BILLE BILLIE BILLY BLANE BLAYNE BOB BOBBI BOBBIE BOBBY BONNE BONNI BONNY BREE BREN BRENDEN BRENDON BRET BREY BRIGETTE

REPLACEMENT_WORD WILLIAM WILLIAM WILLIAM WILLIAM BLAINE BLAINE ROBERT ROBERTA ROBERT ROBERT BONNIE BONNIE BONNIE AUBREY BRENDA BRENDAN BRENDAN BRETT AUBREY BRIDGET

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ORIGINAL_WORD BRYAN BRYCE BUD BUDDY CALVERT CAMELLA CAMELLIA CAMILLE CAMPBALL CANDICE CARLOTTA CARLY CARMELA CAROLE CAROLINE CAROLLE CAROLYN CARYL CASSANDRE CASSIE

REPLACEMENT_WORD BRIAN BRICE BUDD BUDD CALVIN CAMILLA CAMILLA CAMILLA CAMPBELL CANDACE CHARLOTTE CARLA CARMEL CAROL CAROL CAROL CAROL CAROL CASSANDRA CASSANDRA

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ORIGINAL_WORD CATHARINE CATHERINE CATHLEEN CECILE CELESTA CELESTINE CHAD CHANCELLOR CHANCELOR CHARLEY CHARLIE CHERYL CHET CHRISTIAN CHRISTOPHER CHUCK CINDY CLAIRE CLARKE CLAY

REPLACEMENT_WORD KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE CECILIA CELESTE CELESTE CHADWICK CHAUNCEY CHAUNCEY CHARLES CHARLES CHERIE CHESTER CHRIS CHRIS CHARLES CYNTHIA CLAIR CLARK CLAYTON

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-167

ORIGINAL_WORD COLE COLEEN COLLETTE COLMAN CONNI CONSUELO CORY CURT CY CYNTH CYNTHIE DAISIE DAMIAN DANIELL DAPHIE DARLEEN DARLINE DARRYL DAVE DAVIE

REPLACEMENT_WORD COLEMAN COLLEEN COLETTE COLEMAN CONNIE CONSUELA COREY CURTIS CYRUS CYNTHIA CYNTHIA DAISY DAMON DANIEL DAPHNE DARLENE DARLENE DARRELL DAVID DAVID

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ORIGINAL_WORD DAVY DEANE DEANNA DEB DEBBIE DEBBY DEBORA DEBRA DELORES DELORIS DELPHINIA DENICE DENIS DENNIE DENNISON DENNY DENY DENYS DEREK DERRICK

REPLACEMENT_WORD DAVID DEAN DIANA DEBORAH DEBORAH DEBORAH DEBORAH DEBORAH DOLORES DOLORES DELPHINE DENISE DENNIS DENNIS DENNIS DENNIS DENNIS DENNIS THEODORIC THEODORIC

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-169

ORIGINAL_WORD DIANE DIANNA DIANNE DICK DICKY DIERDRE DIMITRI DINA DIX DMITRI DOLORA DOM DOMINIQUE DON DONA DONINICK DONN DONNY DOREEN DORINE

REPLACEMENT_WORD DIANA DIANA DIANA RICHARD RICHARD DEIDRE DEMETRIUS DINAH DIXIE DEMETRIUS DOLORES DOMINIC DOMINICA DONALD DONNA DOMINIC DONALD DONALD DORENE DORENE

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ORIGINAL_WORD DORTHY DOUG DREW DWANE DWAYNE EARLE EDDIE EDDY EDISON EDMOND EDMUND EDUARD EDWARD EDWIN EDYTHE EFREM EILEEN ELANA ELAYNE ELDEN

REPLACEMENT_WORD DOROTHY DOUGLAS ANDREW DUANE DUANE EARL ED ED ED ED ED ED ED ED EDITH EPHRAIM AILEEN ELAINE ELAINE ELDON

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ORIGINAL_WORD ELDRED ELDRID ELDWEN ELISABETH ELISON ELMIRA ELSBETH ELSWORTH EM EMERY EMIE EMILIA EMILIE EMMETT EMMIE EMMY EPH ERICK ERIK ERIKA

REPLACEMENT_WORD EDDRIDGE EDDRIDGE ELDWIN ELIZABETH ELLISON ALMIRA ELIZABETH ELLSWORTH EMILY EMORY EMMA EMILY EMILY EMMET EMMA EMILY EPHRAIM ERIC ERIC ERICA

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ORIGINAL_WORD ERLE ERMINIE ERNESTA ERNIE ESTELLA EVA EVELEEN EVELINA EVELINE EVELYN EVIE EVITA EZ FAE FAY FAYE FERNAND FERNANDO FIONA FLETCH

REPLACEMENT_WORD EARL ARMINA ERNESTINE ERNEST ESTELLE EVE EVE EVE EVE EVE EVE EVE EZRA FAITH FAITH FAITH FERDINAND FERDINAND FIONNA FLETCHER

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-173

ORIGINAL_WORD FOREST FRAN FRANCE FRANCESCA FRANCINE FRANCIS FRANK FRED FREDDIE FREDDY FREDERIC FREDERICKSEN FREDERICKSON FREDIE FREDRIC FREDRICKSEN FREDRICKSON FREDRIKA FREEMON FREIDA

REPLACEMENT_WORD FORREST FRANCES FRANCES FRANCES FRANCES FRANCES FRANKLIN FREDERICK FREDERICK FREDERICK FREDERICK FREDERIKSEN FREDERIKSEN FREDA FREDERICK FREDERIKSEN FREDERIKSEN FREDERICA FREEMAN FREDA

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ORIGINAL_WORD FRIDA FRIEDA GABBY GABEY GABI GABIE GABRIELLA GAEL GAIL GALE GARDNER GARNETT GARRETT GAYL GENEVA GEOF GEOFF GEORGIA GEORGIANNA GEORGINA

REPLACEMENT_WORD FREDA FREDA GABRIEL GABRIELLE GABRIELLE GABRIELLE GABRIELLE ABIGAIL ABIGAIL ABIGAIL GARDINER GARNET GARETT ABIGAIL GENEVIEVE GEOFFREY GEOFFREY GEORGIANA GEORGIANA GEORGIANA

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ORIGINAL_WORD GEORGINE GERELD GERRALD GERRY GERTA GERTI GERTIE GERTY GERY GINA GINE GISELE GLADIS GLENN GODWIN GOLDY GRACIE GRACYE GRAEME GRAY

REPLACEMENT_WORD GEORGIANA GERALD GERALD GERALD GERTRUDE GERTRUDE GERTRUDE GERTRUDE GERALD REGINA REGINA GISELLE GLADYS GLEN GOODWIN GOLDIE GRACE GRACE GRAHAM GRAYSON

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ORIGINAL_WORD GREG GREGGORY GREY GREYSON GRIFFIN GWEN GWENN GWYN GWYNETH HADEN HADRIAN HAGGAR HANK HANSON HANSSON HARALD HARRY HELENA HELENE HELLENE

REPLACEMENT_WORD GREGORY GREGORY GRAYSON GRAYSON GRIFFITH GWENDOLEN GWENDOLEN GWENDOLEN GWENDOLEN HADDEN ADRIAN HAGAR HENRY HANSEN HANSEN HAROLD HAROLD HELEN HELEN HELEN

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-177

ORIGINAL_WORD HENRI HERALD HERB HERBIE HERELD HERM HERMIE HERMON HEROLD HILLARY HOLLIE HOWIE HUEY HUGHIE HUGO HUMFREY ILENE ILINE ILLENE IMMANUEL

REPLACEMENT_WORD HENRY HAROLD HERBERT HERBERT HAROLD HERMAN HERMAN HERMAN HAROLD HILARY HOLLY HOWARD HUGH HUGH HUGH HUMPHREY AILEEN AILEEN AILEEN EMMANUEL

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ORIGINAL_WORD ISABELLA ISABELLE JACOB JAKE JAMIE JANET JANETTE JARVIS JASMIN JASMINA JEFEREY JEFF JEFFREY JEMMY JENSON JENSSON JEREMIAH JEROLD JERRY JERVIS

REPLACEMENT_WORD ISABEL ISABEL JAMES JAMES JAMES JANE JANE GERVASE JASMINE JASMINE GEOFFREY GEOFFREY GEOFFREY JAMES JENSEN JENSEN JEREMY GERALD GERALD GERVASE

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-179

ORIGINAL_WORD JESS JESSE JESSI JESSIE JESSY JIM JIMMIE JIMMY JOAN JOCELIN JOCELYN JODIE JODY JOE JOEY JOHNNIE JOHNNY JON JONAH JONNIE

REPLACEMENT_WORD JESSICA JESSICA JESSICA JESSICA JESSICA JAMES JAMES JAMES JANE LYNN LYNN JUDITH JUDITH JOSEPH JOSEPH JOHN JOHN JOHN JONAS JOHN

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ORIGINAL_WORD JONNY JORGE JORGENSON JOSH JOSLYN JUDITHA JUDY JULE JULES JULEY JULIA JULIANE JURGEN JUSTINA KARLA KARLY KAROLINA KAROLYN KATE KATHARINE

REPLACEMENT_WORD JOHN GEORGE JORGENSEN JOSHUA LYNN JUDITH JUDITH JULIE JULIE JULIE JULIE JULIE GEORGE JUSTINE CARLA CARLA CAROL CAROL KATHERINE KATHERINE

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ORIGINAL_WORD KATHERIN KATHIE KATHLEEN KATHLENE KATHRYN KATHY KATIE KEMBLE KEN KENDAL KENDRICKS KENNY KENRIC KERBY KERK KEV KILE KIM KIMBLE KIRBEE

REPLACEMENT_WORD KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE KATHERINE KIMBALL KENNETH KENDALL KENDRICK KENNETH KENDRICK KIRBY KIRK KEVIN KYLE KIMBALL KIMBALL KIRBY

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ORIGINAL_WORD KIRBIE KIRWIN KONRAD KORAL KRIS KRISS KRISTIAN KURT LAMOND LANA LANCELOT LARAINE LARRY LARS LARZ LAUGHTON LAUREN LAURENCE LAURIE LEA

REPLACEMENT_WORD KIRBY KERWIN CONRAD CORAL CHRIS CHRIS CHRIS CURTIS LAMONT ALANA LANCE LORRAINE LAWRENCE LAWRENCE LAWRENCE LAWTON LAWRENCE LAWRENCE LAWRENCE LEE

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-183

ORIGINAL_WORD LEELA LEELAND LEIGH LELA LELAH LEN LENNIE LENNY LEO LEONARD LEONARDO LEOPOLD LEROY LES LESLI LESLIE LESLY LEW LEWES LIANA

REPLACEMENT_WORD LEILA LELAND LEE LILLIAN LILLIAN LEE LEE LEE LEE LEE LEE LEE ELROY LESLEY LESLEY LESLEY LESLEY LEWIS LEWIS LEANNE

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ORIGINAL_WORD LIANNE LILAH LILIA LILIAN LILLI LILLIE LILLY LILY LILYAN LINC LINDON LINK LINN LIZ LOLETA LOLITA LON LORA LORAINE LOREN

REPLACEMENT_WORD LEANNE LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LILLIAN LINCOLN LYNDON LINCOLN LYNN ELIZABETH LOLA LOLA ALPHONSE LAURA LORRAINE LAWRENCE

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ORIGINAL_WORD LORETTA LORETTE LORI LORIE LORIN LORRIE LOU LOUIE LOUIS LUCAS LUCIA LUCIAN LUCIE LUCILLA LUCILLE LUDVIG LUIS LUKE LYN LYNDA

REPLACEMENT_WORD LAURA LAURA LAURA LAURA LAWRENCE LAURA LOUISE LEWIS LEWIS LUCIUS LUCY LUCIUS LUCY LUCY LUCY LEWIS LEWIS LUCIUS LYNN LINDA

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ORIGINAL_WORD LYNNE MADDOX MADELEINE MADELENE MAE MAGGIE MANDA MANDIE MANDY MANNY MANUEL MARC MARCELLA MARCIE MARCUS MARCY MARGE MARGERY MARGIE MARGO

REPLACEMENT_WORD LYNN MADDOCK MADELINE MADELINE MAY MARGARET AMANDA AMANDA AMANDA EMMANUEL EMMANUEL MARK MARCIA MARCIA MARK MARCIA MARGARET MARGARET MARGARET MARGARET

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ORIGINAL_WORD MARGOT MARI MARIA MARIAN MARIE MARIGOLD MARITA MARJORIE MARL MARLEN MARLIN MARLON MARSHA MARSHAL MARTA MARTIE MARTINE MARTY MAT MATHIAS

REPLACEMENT_WORD MARGARET MARY MARY MARY MARY MARIGOLDE MAURITA MARGARET MERLIN MERLIN MERLIN MERLIN MARCIA MARSHALL MARTHA MARTHA MARTINA MARK MATTHEW MATTHEW

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ORIGINAL_WORD MATT MATTHIAS MATTY MAUD MAUDE MAURICE MAX MAYBELLE MEAGAN MEAGHAN MEGHAN MEL MELIE MELISA MELODIE MELVIN MERCI MERCY MERIDITH MERL

REPLACEMENT_WORD MATTHEW MATTHEW MATTHEW MATHILDA MATHILDA MURRAY MAXIMILLIAN MABEL MEGAN MEGAN MEGAN MELISSA AMELIA MELISSA MELODY MALVIN MERCEDES MERCEDES MEREDITH MERLIN

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-189

ORIGINAL_WORD MERYL MIKE MINI MINNIE MINNY MIRABELLE MOE MONIQUE MORICE MORT MORTIE MORTY MURDOCK MURREY MURRY MURTAGH NATALE NATALEE NATALIA NATE

REPLACEMENT_WORD MERLE MICHAEL MINNA MINNA MINNA MIRABEL MOSES MONICA MURRAY MORTIMER MORTIMER MORTIMER MURDOCH MURRAY MURRAY MURDOCH NATALIE NATALIE NATALIE NATHANIEL

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ORIGINAL_WORD NATHALIE NATHAN NATHANAEL NEVIL NICK NICKY NICOLAS NICOLETTE NIKI NIKKI NORM OLLIE PAIGE PAM PATRIC PATRICIA PATRICK PAYNE PEGGY PETE

REPLACEMENT_WORD NATALIE NATHANIEL NATHANIEL NEVILLE NICHOLAS NICHOLAS NICHOLAS NICOLE NICOLE NICOLE NORMAN OLIVER PAGE PAMELA PAT PAT PAT PAINE MARGARET PETER

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-191

ORIGINAL_WORD PHEBE PHIL PHILIPPE PHILIS PHILLIS PHOEBE PHYLIS PORCIA PRISILLA QUENT QUINT QUINTIN QUINTINA RACHELE RACHELLE RAFAEL RALPH RAMON RAMONA RANDAL

REPLACEMENT_WORD PHILOMENA PHILIP PHILIPPA PHYLLIS PHYLLIS PHILOMENA PHYLLIS PORTIA PRISCILLA QUENTIN QUENTIN QUENTIN QUINTA RACHEL RACHEL RAPHAEL RANDOLPH REGINALD MONA RANDOLPH

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ORIGINAL_WORD RANDALL RANDY RAY RAYMOND RAYMUND REBAH REBEKAH REED REID RENATA REYNOLD RICARDO RICH RICHIE RICKY RITCH RITCHIE ROB ROBBIE ROBBY

REPLACEMENT_WORD RANDOLPH RANDOLPH REGINALD REGINALD REGINALD REBBA REBECCA READE READE RENEE REGINALD RICHARD RICHARD RICHARD RICHARD RICHARD RICHARD ROBERT ROBERT ROBERT

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-193

ORIGINAL_WORD ROBERTO RODERICK RODMANN RODNEY ROSETTA ROSETTE ROSIE ROWLAND ROX ROXANA ROXANNA ROXANNE ROXIE ROXY ROY RUBEN RUBERTA RUDOLF RUDY RUPERT

REPLACEMENT_WORD ROBERT ROD ROD ROD ROSE ROSE ROSE ROLAND ROXANE ROXANE ROXANE ROXANE ROXANE ROXANE ELROY REUBEN ROBERTA RUDOLPH RUDOLPH ROBERT

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ORIGINAL_WORD RUSS RUSSEL RUTHERFURD RUTHIE RYDER SADYE SAL SALENE SAMANTHA SAMMY SAMPSON SAMSON SAMUEL SAMUELA SANDFORD SANDI SANDRA SARA SAXEN SCOT

REPLACEMENT_WORD RUSSELL RUSSELL RUTHERFORD RUTH RIDER SARAH SALVADOR SELENA SAM SAM SAM SAM SAM SAM SANFORD SANDY SANDY SARAH SAXON SCOTT

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ORIGINAL_WORD SCOTTIE SCOTTY SEDGEWINN SHARA SHARI SHELBY SHERRY SIBEL SIBELL SIBYL SILVA SILVANA SILVIA SIMEON SOFIA SOL SOLLY SONDRA SONYA SOPHEY

REPLACEMENT_WORD SCOTT SCOTT SEDGEWICK SHARON SHARON SELBY CHERIE SYBIL SYBIL SYBIL SYLVIA SYLVIA SYLVIA SIMON SOPHIA SOLOMON SOLOMON SANDY SOPHIA SOPHIA

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ORIGINAL_WORD SOPHI SOPHIE SOPHY SPENCE SPENSER SPRAGE STACEY STAN STANLEIGH STEFAN STEFANIE STEFFEN STELLA STEPHENIE STEVE STEVEN STEVIE STEW STU STUART

REPLACEMENT_WORD SOPHIA SOPHIA SOPHIA SPENCER SPENCER SPRAGUE STACY STANLEY STANLEY STEPHEN STEPHANIE STEPHEN ESTELLE STEPHANIE STEPHEN STEPHEN STEPHEN STEWARD STEWARD STEWARD

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-197

ORIGINAL_WORD SUE SUSANA SUSANNA SUSANNAH SUSIE SUSSANNE SUSY SUZANNA SUZIE SUZY SYBYL SYLVIE TED TEDDIE TEDDY TEENA TERRENCE TERRY TESS TESSA

REPLACEMENT_WORD SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SUSAN SYBIL SYLVIA THEODORE THEODORE THEODORE MARTINA TERENCE TERENCE TERESA TERESA

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ORIGINAL_WORD TESSIE THAD THEO THERESA THERESE THOM TILDA TIM TIMMIE TINA TOBE TOBI TOBY TOM TOMAS TOMMY TONY TORIN TORRANCE TY

REPLACEMENT_WORD TERESA THADDEUS THEODORE TERESA TERESA THOMAS MATHILDA TIMOTHY TIMOTHY MARTINA TOBIAS TOBEY TOBIAS THOMAS THOMAS THOMAS ANTHONY TERENCE TERENCE TYSON

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-199

ORIGINAL_WORD ULRIC ULRICH ULRICK URIA VERN VERNE VERNICE VICK VICKI VICKY VICTOIR VICTOR VICTORIA VINCE VIOLA VIOLETTA VIOLETTE VIV VIVIANE VIVIEN

REPLACEMENT_WORD ALARIC ALARIC ALARIC URIAH VERNON VERNON VERNA VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC VIC VINCENT VIOLET VIOLET VIOLET VIVIAN VIVIAN VIVIAN

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ORIGINAL_WORD VIVIENNE VLAD VLADAMIR WALLIE WALLIS WALLY WALT WALTER WEBB WELLESLEY WENDY WENONAH WES WILFRID WILHELM WILL WILLIS WILLY WINONA WLADIMIR

REPLACEMENT_WORD VIVIAN VLADIMIR VLADIMIR WALLACE WALLACE WALLACE WALLACE WALLACE WEBSTER WESLEY GWENDOLEN WENONA WESLEY WILFRED WILLIAM WILLIAM WILLIAM WILLIAM WENONA VLADIMIR

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ORIGINAL_WORD WOODIE YASMINE ZACH ZACHARIAS ZACHARY ZACK ZEKE

REPLACEMENT_WORD WOODROW JASMINE ZACHARIAH ZACHARIAH ZACHARIAH ZACHARIAH EZEKIEL

US_STATE_DICTIONARY
This table lists the original and replacement words for the US_STATE_DICTIONARY word replacement list. This list is only for the states in the US.
Original Word AL AK AZ AR AS CA CO CT DE Replacement Word ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA ARKANSAS AMERICAN SAMOA CALIFORNIA COLORADO CONNECTICUT DELAWARE

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Original Word DC FL FM GA GU HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MH MD MA MI MN MS

Replacement Word DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FLORIDA FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA GEORGIA GUAM HAWAII IDAHO ILLINOIS INDIANA IOWA KANSAS KENTUCKY LOUISIANA MAINE MARSHALL ISLANDS MARYLAND MASSACHUSETTS MICHIGAN MINNESOTA MISSISSIPPI

Seeded Word Replacement Lists 5-203

Original Word MO MP MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA PR PW RI SC SD

Replacement Word MISSOURI NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS MONTANA NEBRASKA NEVADA NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY NEW MEXICO NEW YORK NORTH CAROLINA NORTH DAKOTA OHIO OKLAHOMA OREGON PENNSYLVANIA PUERTO RICO PALAU RHODE ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH DAKOTA

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Original Word TN TX UT VT VA VI WA WV WI WY

Replacement Word TENNESSEE TEXAS UTAH VERMONT VIRGINIA VIRGIN ISLANDS WASHINGTON WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN WYOMING

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Seeded Attributes and Transformations
This chapter describes about seeded attributes and transformations. This chapter covers the following topics: • • Seeded Attributes Seeded Transformations

Seeded Attributes
Seeded attributes are provided for the entities used in Data Quality Management: Party, Address, Contact, and Contact Point. These attributes are used for matching in the staged schema. Most of the attributes correspond to a column in a HZ table, such as HZ_PARTIES. A table exists in the staged schema for each entity, and each of the four tables has 30 custom attribute columns that you can use to add attributes that are not seeded. Seeded attributes are defined as lookup codes, and the lookup meaning is what appears as the attribute name in the Define Attributes and Transformations page. The staged schema also includes special logical attributes to facilitate matching for more frequently used and ambiguously defined attributes: • Address: Concatenates address information from the ADDRESS1, ADDRESS2, ADDRESS3, and ADDRESS 4 columns in the HZ_LOCATIONS table All Account Names: Concatenates all account names for a party from the ACCOUNT_NAME column in the HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS table All Account Numbers: Concatenates all account numbers for a party from the ACCOUNT_NUMBER column in the HZ_CUST_ACCOUNTS table Concatenated Party Names: Concatenates all party names including known-as names from the PARTY_NAME, KNOWN_AS, KNOWN_AS2, KNOWN_AS3, KNOWN_AS4, and KNOWN_AS5 columns in the HZ_PARTIES table







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Phone Number Flexible Format: Concatenates phone numbers in the format of phone number, raw phone number, phone country code, and raw phone number from the PHONE_NUMBER, RAW_PHONE_NUMBER, PHONE_COUNTRY_CODE, and RAW_PHONE_NUMBER columns in the HZ_CONTACT_POINTS table

You cannot apply similarity algorithms to these attributes because the attributes consist of a concatenation of columns. The similarity algorithm would apply to the entire concatenation and likely produce unusable results. See: Assigning Scores, Transformations, and Thresholds, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide.

Related Topics
Attributes for DQM, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide Creating Custom Attributes, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide

Party Attributes
The attributes for the party entity are stored in the HZ_STAGED_PARTIES table of the staged schema. The source tables for the attribute values include HZ_PARTIES, HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROFILES, and HZ_PERSON_PROFILES. This table shows the seeded attributes and their source table from the TCA Registry.
Attribute Name Account Number Attribute Code ALL_ACCOUNT_NUMBERS Source Table HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES CUSTOM HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

All Account Names

ALL_ACCOUNT_NAMES

All Party Names Average High Credit

PARTY_ALL_NAMES AVE_HIGH_CREDIT

Best Time to Begin Contact

BEST_TIME_CONTACT_BEG IN

Best Time to End Contact

BEST_TIME_CONTACT_EN D

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Attribute Name Branch Flag

Attribute Code BRANCH_FLAG

Source Table HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PARTIES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PARTIES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES

Business Scope

BUSINESS_SCOPE

Category Code CEO Name

CATEGORY_CODE CEO_NAME

CEO Title

CEO_TITLE

Competitor Flag Concatenated Party Names Congressional District Code

COMPETITOR_FLAG PARTY_ALL_NAMES CONG_DIST_CODE

Content Source Number

CONTENT_SOURCE_NUMB ER

Content Source Type

CONTENT_SOURCE_TYPE

Control Year

CONTROL_YR

Corporation Class

CORPORATION_CLASS

Credit Score

CREDIT_SCORE

Credit Score Age

CREDIT_SCORE_AGE

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Attribute Name Credit Score Class

Attribute Code CREDIT_SCORE_CLASS

Source Table HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES

Credit Score Commentary

CREDIT_SCORE_COMMEN TARY CREDIT_SCORE_COMENTA RY2 through CREDIT_SCORE_COMMEN TARY10 CREDIT_SCORE_DATE

Credit Score Commentary 2 through Credit Score Commentary 10

Credit Score Date

HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PARTIES CUSTOM

Credit Score Incident Default

CREDIT_SCORE_INCD_DEF AULT CREDIT_SCORE_NATL_PER CENTILE REFERENCE_USE_FLAG CUSTOM_ATTRIBUTES1 through CUSTOM_ATTRIBUTES30 DATE_OF_BIRTH DATE_OF_DEATH DEBARMENT_IND

Credit Score National Percentile Customer Reference CUSTOM ATTRIBUTE 1 through CUSTOM ATTRIBUTE 30 Date of Birth Date of Death Debarment Indicator

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

Debarments Count

DEBARMENTS_COUNT

Debarments Date

DEBARMENTS_DATE

Declared Ethnicity

DECLARED_ETHNICITY

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Attribute Name Disadvantaged Under Title 8A Indicator Domain Dun & Bradstreet Credit Rating D-U-N-S Number

Attribute Code DISADV_8A_IND

Source Table HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_EMAIL_DOMAIN HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES CUSTOM HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES

DOMAIN_NAME DB_RATING

DUNS_NUMBER_C

Effective End Date

EFFECTIVE_END_DATE

Effective Start Date

EFFECTIVE_START_DATE

E-Mail Domain Enquiry D-U-N-S

DOMAIN_NAME ENQUIRY_DUNS

Export Indicator

EXPORT_IND

Failure Score

FAILURE_SCORE

Failure Score Age

FAILURE_SCORE_AGE

Failure Score Class

FAILURE_SCORE_CLASS

Failure Score Commentary

FAILURE_SCORE_COMME NTARY FAILURE_SCORE_COMME NTARY2 through FAILURE_SCORE_COMME NTARY10

Failure Score Commentary 2 through Failure Score Commentary 10

Seeded Attributes and Transformations 6-5

Attribute Name Failure Score Date

Attribute Code FAILURE_SCORE_DATE

Source Table HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PARTIES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

Failure Score Incident Default

FAILURE_SCORE_INCD_DE FAULT FAILURE_SCORE_OVERRID E_CODE ANALYSIS_FY

Failure Score Override Code

Fiscal Year for Financial Analysis Gender Global Failure Score

GENDER GLOBAL_FAILURE_SCORE

Group Type GSA Indicator Flag

GROUP_TYPE GSA_INDICATOR_FLAG

Head of Household Flag

HEAD_OF_HOUSEHOLD_F LAG HIGH_CREDIT

Highest Credit

HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

Household Income Household Size HQ Branch Indicator

HOUSEHOLD_INCOME HOUSEHOLD_SIZE HQ_BRANCH_IND

Import Indicator

IMPORT_IND

Internal Flag

INTERNAL_FLAG

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Attribute Name Known As 1

Attribute Code KNOWN_AS

Source Table HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PARTIES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

Known As 2 through Known As 5

KNOWN_AS2 through KNOWN_AS5

Labor Surplus Indicator

LABOR_SURPLUS_IND

Language Name Last Known GPS Last Month of Fiscal Year

LANGUAGE_NAME LAST_KNOWN_GPS FISCAL_YEAREND_MONT H LEGAL_STATUS

Legal Structure

Line of Business

LINE_OF_BUSINESS

Local Activity Classification Code Local Activity Classification Code Type Local Business Identifier

LOCAL_ACTIVITY_CODE

LOCAL_ACTIVITY_CODE_T YPE LOCAL_BUS_IDEN_TYPE

Local Business Identifier Type

LOCAL_BUS_IDENTIFIER

Marital Status Marital Status Effective Date

MARITAL_STATUS MARITAL_STATUS_EFFECT IVE_DATE

Seeded Attributes and Transformations 6-7

Attribute Name Maximum Credit Currency Code Maximum Credit Recommendation Min/Max/Ave Number of Employees at Primary Address Indicator Minority Owned Indicator

Attribute Code MAXIMUM_CREDIT_CURR ENCY_CORE MAXIMUM_CREDIT_RECO MMENDATION EMP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR_M IN_IND

Source Table HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES

MINORITY_OWNED_IND

HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES CUSTOM HZ_PARTIES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PARTIES

Minority Type

MINORITY_OWNED_TYPE

Name Name Number of Employees

PARTY_ALL_NAMES PARTY_NAME EMPLOYEES_TOTAL

Number of Employees at Primary Address Number of Employees Estimation Indicator Organization Name

EMP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR

EMP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR_E ST_IND ORGANIZATION_NAME

Organization Type

ORGANIZATION_TYPE

Out of Business Indicator

OOB_IND

Parent/Subsidiary Indicator

PARENT_SUB_IND

Party Name

PARTY_NAME

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Attribute Name Party Source Details

Attribute Code PARTY_SOURCE_SYSTEM_ REF PARTY_TYPE PAYDEX_NORM

Source Table CUSTOM

Party Type Paydex Norm

HZ_PARTIES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

Paydex Score

PAYDEX_SCORE

Paydex Score Three Months Ago Person Academic Title

PAYDEX_THREE_MONTHS _AGO PERSON_ACADEMIC_TITL E PERSON_FIRST_NAME PERSON_INITIALS PERSON_LAST_NAME PERSON_MIDDLE_NAME MIDDLE_NAME_PHONETI C PERSON_NAME PERSON_NAME_SUFFIX PERSON_PRE_NAME_ADJU NCT PERSON_PREVIOUS_LAST_ NAME PERSON_TITLE PERSON_IDENTIFIER

Person First Name Person Initials Person Last Name Person Middle Name Person Middle Name Phonetic Person Name Person Name Suffix Person Pre-Name Adjunct

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

Person Previous Last Name

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

Person Title Personal Identification

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

Seeded Attributes and Transformations 6-9

Attribute Name Personal Income Phonetic Representation of Organization Name Phonetic Representation of Person First Name Phonetic Representation of Person Last Name Phonetic Representation of Person Name Place of Birth Potential Revenue of Current Fiscal Year Potential Revenue of the Next Fiscal Year Preferred Functional Currency Princical Title

Attribute Code PERSONAL_INCOME ORGANIZATION_NAME_P HONETIC PERSON_FIRST_NAME_PH ONETIC PERSON_LAST_NAME_PHO NETIC PERSON_NAME_PHONETI C PLACE_OF_BIRTH CURR_FY_POTENTIAL_REV ENUE NEXT_FY_POTENTIAL_REV ENUE PREF_FUNCTIONAL_CURR ENCY PRINCIPAL_TITLE

Source Table HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PARTIES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PARTIES

Principal Name

PRINCIPAL_NAME

Private Ownership Flag

PUBLIC_PRIVATE_OWNERS HIP_FLAG REFERENCE_USE_FLAG REGISTRATION_TYPE

Reference Use Flag Registration Type

Registry ID

PARTY_NUMBER

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Attribute Name Rent or Own Indicator

Attribute Code RENT_OWN_IND

Source Table HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PARTIES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PARTIES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES or HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PARTIES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES

Salutation SIC Code

SALUTATION SIC_CODE

SIC Code Version

SIC_CODE_TYPE

Small Business Indicator

SMALL_BUS_IND

Status Tax Name

STATUS TAX_NAME

Tax Registration Num

TAX_REFERENCE

Taxpayer ID

JGZZ_FISCAL_CODE

Text Number of Employees at Primary Address Third Party Flag Total Number of Employees Estimation Indicator Total Number of Employees in Text Format Total Number of Employees Indicator

EMP_AT_PRIMARY_ADR_T EXT THIRD_PARTY_FLAG TOTAL_EMP_EST_IND

TOTAL_EMPLOYEES_TEXT

TOTAL_EMPLOYEES_IND

Seeded Attributes and Transformations 6-11

Attribute Name Total Number of Employees Min/Max/Ave Indicator Total Payments

Attribute Code TOTAL_EMP_MIN_IND

Source Table HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

TOTAL_PAYMENTS

Type of Personal Identification Validated Flag Woman Owned Index

PERSON_IDEN_TYPE

VALIDATED_FLAG WOMAN_OWNED_IND

HZ_PARTIES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES HZ_ORGANIZATION_PROF ILES

Year Established

YEAR_ESTABLISHED

Year Incorporated

INCORP_YEAR

Address Attributes
The attributes for the Address entity are stored in the HZ_STAGED_PARTY_SITES table of the staged schema. The source tables for the attribute values include HZ_LOCATIONS and HZ_PARTY_SITES. This table shows the seeded attributes and their source table from the TCA Registry.
Attribute Name Address Address 1 through Address 4 Attribute Code Address ADDRESS1 through ADDRESS4 ADDRESS_EFFECTIVE_DAT E ADDRESS_EXPIRATION_DA TE Source Table CUSTOM HZ_LOCATIONS

Address Effective Date

HZ_LOCATIONS

Address Expiration Date

HZ_LOCATIONS

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Attribute Name Address Phonetic Representation Address Source Details

Attribute Code ADDRESS_LINES_PHONETI C ADDR_SOURCE_SYSTEM_R EF STATUS CITY CLLI_CODE CONTENT_SOURCE_TYPE COUNTRY COUNTY CUSTOM_ATTRIBUTES1 through CUSTOM_ATTRIBUTES30 FLOOR HOUSE_NUMBER IDENTIFYING_ADDRESS_F LAG LANGUAGE MAILSTOP PO_BOX_NUMBER POSITION POSTAL_CODE POSTAL_PLUS4_CODE

Source Table HZ_LOCATIONS

CUSTOM

Address Source Status City CLLI Code Content Source Type Country Code County CUSTOM ATTRIBUTE 1 through CUSTOM ATTRIBUTE 30 Floor House Number Identifying Address Flag

HZ_PARTY_SITES HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS

HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_PARTY_SITES

Language Mailstop P.O. Box Number Position Postal Code Postal Code Extension

HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_PARTY_SITES HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS

Seeded Attributes and Transformations 6-13

Attribute Name Province Sales Tax Geocode Sales Tax Inside City Limits

Attribute Code PROVINCE SALES_TAX_GEOCODE SALES_TAX_INSIDE_CITY_ LIMITS PARTY_SITE_NAME PARTY_SITE_NUMBER STATE STATUS STREET STREET_NUMBER STREET_SUFFIX SUITE VALIDATED_FLAG

Source Table HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS

Site Name Site Number State Status Street Street Number Street Suffix Suite Validated Flag

HZ_PARTY_SITES HZ_PARTY_SITES HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_PARTY_SITES HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS HZ_LOCATIONS

Contact Attributes
The attributes for the Contact entity are stored in the HZ_STAGED_CONTACTS table of the staged schema. The source tables for the attribute values include HZ_ORG_CONTACTS, HZ_PERSON_PROFILES, and HZ_RELATIONSHIPS. This table shows the seeded attributes and their source table from the TCA registry.
Attribute Name Best Time to Begin Contact Attribute Code BEST_TIME_CONTACT_BEG IN BEST_TIME_CONTACT_EN D Source Table HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

Best Time to End Contact

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

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Attribute Name Contact Name Contact Number Contact Source Details

Attribute Code CONTACT_NAME CONTACT_NUMBER CONTACT_SOURCE_SYSTE M_REF CONTENT_SOURCE_TYPE CUSTOM_ATTRIBUTES1 through CUSTOM_ATTRIBUTES30 DATE_OF_BIRTH DATE_OF_DEATH DECISION_MAKER_FLAG DIRECTIONAL_FLAG JOB_TITLE KNOWN_AS PERSON_ACADEMIC_TITL E PERSON_FIRST_NAME PERSON_INITIALS PERSON_LAST_NAME PERSON_MIDDLE_NAME PERSON_NAME PERSON_NAME_SUFFIX

Source Table CUSTOM HZ_ORG_CONTACTS CUSTOM

Content Source Type CUSTOM ATTRIBUTE 1 through CUSTOM ATTRIBUTE 30 Date of Birth Date of Death Decision Maker Flag Directional Flag Job Title Known As Person Academic Title

HZ_RELATIONSHIPS

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORG_CONTACTS HZ_RELATIONSHIPS HZ_ORG_CONTACTS HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

Person First Name Person Initials Person Last Name Person Middle Name Person Name Person Name Suffix

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

Seeded Attributes and Transformations 6-15

Attribute Name Person Previous Last Name

Attribute Code PERSON_PREVIOUS_LAST_ NAME PERSON_TITLE PERSON_IDENTIFIER PERSON_IDEN_TYPE PERSON_FIRST_NAME_PH ONETIC PERSON_LAST_NAME_PHO NETIC PERSON_NAME_PHONETI C PLACE_OF_BIRTH RANK REFERENCE_USE_FLAG RELATIONSHIP_TYPE TAX_NAME TAX_REFERENCE JGZZ_FISCAL_CODE TITLE

Source Table HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

Person Title Personal Identification Personal Identification Type Phonetic Representation of Person First Name Phonetic Representation of Person Last Name Phonetic Representation of Person Name Place of Birth Rank Reference Use Flag Relationship Type Tax Name Tax Registration Num Taxpayer ID Title

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES

HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORG_CONTACTS HZ_ORG_CONTACTS HZ_RELATIONSHIPS HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_PERSON_PROFILES HZ_ORG_CONTACTS

Contact Point Attributes
The attributes for the Contact Point entity are stored in the HZ_STAGED_CONTACT_POINTS table of the staged schema. The source tables for the attribute values is HZ_CONTACT_POINTS. This table shows the seeded attributes and their source table from the TCA Registry.

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Attribute Name Contact Point Purpose

Attribute Code CONTACT_POINT_PURPOS E CPT_SOURCE_SYSTEM_REF CONTACT_POINT_TYPE CUSTOM_ATTRIBUTES1 through CUSTOM_ATTRIBUTES30 EDI_ECE_TP_LOCATION_C ODE EDI_ID_NUMBER EDI_PAYMENT_FORMAT EDI_PAYMENT_METHOD EDI_REMITTANCE_INSTRU CTION EDI_REMITTANCE_METHO D EDI_TP_HEADER_ID EDI_TRANSACTION_HAND LING EMAIL_ADDRESS EMAIL_FORMAT LAST_CONTACT_DT_TIME PHONE_AREA_CODE PHONE_CALLING_CALEN DAR

Source Table HZ_CONTACT_POINTS

Contact Point Source Details Contact Point Type CUSTOM ATTRIBUTE 1 through CUSTOM ATTRIBUTE 30 EDI ECE TP Location Code

CUSTOM HZ_CONTACT_POINTS

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS

EDI ID Number EDI Payment Format EDI Payment Method EDI Remittance Instruction

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS

EDI Remittance Method

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS

EDI TP Header ID EDI Transaction Handling

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS

E-Mail Address E-Mail Format Last Contact Day and Time Phone Area Code Phone Calling Calendar

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS

Seeded Attributes and Transformations 6-17

Attribute Name Phone Country Code Phone Extension Phone Line Type Phone Number Phone Number

Attribute Code PHONE_COUNTRY_CODE PHONE_EXTENSION PHONE_LINE_TYPE PHONE_NUMBER FLEX_FORMAT_PHONE_N UMBER PRIMARY_FLAG RAW_PHONE_NUMBER STATUS TELEPHONE_TYPE TELEX_NUMBER TIME_ZONE URL URL WEB_TYPE

Source Table HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS CUSTOM

Primary Flag Phone Number Status Phone Type Telex Number Time Zone URL Web Site Web Type

HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CONTACT_POINTS

Seeded Transformations
Transformations are preconfigured for the entities of Party, Address, Contact, and Contact Point. You can also create your own transformations. Transformations, seeded or not, can also contain word replacements. See: Word Replacements, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide.
Note: The EXACT transformation, as well as other transformations that

include EXACT, replaces non-English characters, for example á with a, ü and û with u, ô with o, and é with e.

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This table shows the seeded transformations, the function and purpose of each, as well as examples of the transformation.
Transformation Name CLEANSE PL/SQL Function Name HZ_TRANS_PKG .CLEANSE Operations Purpose Example Input D' Angello Example Output D ANGL

Applies EXACT. Reduces any double letters to single letters. Removes all non-leading vowels. Replaces vowels that have a prepending % with a %.

To catch incorrect vowel usage and typing errors.

CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN

HZ_TRANS_PKG .CLEANSED_EM AIL

Applies EXACT. Applies the DOMAIN_NAME_DICT IONARY word replacement list. Applies CLEANSE.

To catch incorrect vowel usage and typing errors. as well as mistakes with domain names.

joe.smith@ oracle.com

J SMTH ORCL

CLEANSE (URL) + WRDOMAIN

HZ_TRANS_PKG .CLEANSED_UR L

Applies EXACT (URL). Applies the DOMAIN_NAME_DICT IONARY word replacement list. Applies CLEANSE. Removes leading and trailing spaces.

To catch incorrect vowel usage and typing errors. as well as mistakes with domain names.

http://ww. oracle.com

ORCL

CLEANSE + WRADDRESS

HZ_TRANS_PKG .BASIC_CLEANS E_WRADDR

Applies EXACT. Applies the ADDRESS_DICTIONAR Y word replacement list. Applies CLEANSE.

Clean and replace words for addresses.

300 Oracle Pkwy.

300 ORCL PRKWY

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Transformation Name CLEANSE + WRNAMES

PL/SQL Function Name HZ_TRANS_PKG .BASIC_CLEANS E_WRNAMES

Operations

Purpose

Example Input Transform Corp.

Example Output TRNSFRM CRPRTN

Applies EXACT. Applies the ORGANIZATION_NAM E_DICTIONARY or PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY word replacement list depending on party type. Applies CLEANSE.

Clean and replace words for organization names.

CLEANSE + WRNAMES + REVERSE

HZ_TRANS_PKG .REVERSE_WRN AMES_CLEANSE (for person or organization names)

Applies REVERSE. Applies the ORGANIZATION_NAM E_DICTIONARY and then PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY. Applies CLEANSE.

To catch incorrect ordering of words, as well as nicknames, abbreviations, and spelling variations for person or organization names and incorrect vowel usage and typing errors. To catch nicknames, abbreviations, and spelling variations for organization names as well as incorrect vowel usage and typing errors. Clean and replace words for person names.

D' Angello Mike

MCHL D ANGL

CLEANSE + WRORGANIZA TION

HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRORG_CLEA NSE

Applies CLEANSE. Applies the ORGANIZATION_NAM E_DICTIONARY word replacement list.

Transform Corp

TRNSFRM CRPRTN

CLEANSE + WRPERSON

HZ_TRANS_PKG .BASIC_CLEANS E_WRPERSON

Applies EXACT. Applies the PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY word replacement list. Applies CLEANSE.

Bob S. Smith

RBRT S SMTH

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Transformation Name CLEANSE + WRPERSON + REVERSE

PL/SQL Function Name HZ_TRANS_PKG .REVERSE_WRPE RSON_CLEANSE

Operations

Purpose

Example Input Smith Bob

Example Output Bob Smith

Applies REVERSE. Applies the PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY. Applies CLEANSE.

Clean and reverses person names.

CLEANSE + WRSTATE

HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRSTATE_CLE ANSE

Applies CLEANSE. Applies the US_STATE_DICTIONA RY word replacement list.

To catch spelling errors and incorrect abbreviations for state as well as incorrect vowel usage and typing errors. To catch abbreviations for words used in the address as well as incorrect vowel usage and typing errors.

CA

CLFRN

CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS

HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRADDRESS_C LEANSE

Applies EXACT and EXACT SPECIAL, if different. Applies the ADDRESS_DICTIONAR Y word replacement list. Applies CLEANSE.

W. Main St.

WST MN STRT

CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES

HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRNAMES_CLE ANSE

Applies EXACT and EXACT SPECIAL, if different. Applies the ORGANIZATION_NAM E_DICTIONARY or PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY word replacement list depending on party type. Applies CLEANSE.

To transform and clean organization names.

Poot's Coffee

PTS CF PTS

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Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRPERSON

PL/SQL Function Name HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRPERSON_CL EANSE

Operations

Purpose

Example Input Bob Smith

Example Output RBRT SMTH RBRT

Applies EXACT and EXACT SPECIAL, if different. Applies the PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY word replacement list. Applies CLEANSE.

To transform and clean person names.

CLUSTER

HZ_TRANS_PKG .CLUSTER_WOR D

Applies EXACT. Removes all except the first 3 characters of the first 2 words. Applies EXACT. Applies the ORGANIZATION_NAM E_DICTIONARY or PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY word replacement list depending on party type. Applies CLUSTER.

To catch spelling errors at the end of the word and minor format errors.

D' Angello

D ANGE

CLUSTER + WRNAMES

HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRNAMES_CL USTER

To catch nicknames, abbreviations, and spelling variations for person or organization names as well as spelling errors at the end of the word and minor format errors.

D' Angello Corp

D ANGE

CLUSTER + WRNAMES + REVERSE

HZ_TRANS_PKG .REVERSE_WRN AMES_CLUSTER (for person or organization names)

Applies REVERSE. Applies the ORGANIZATION_NAM E_DICTIONARY and then PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY. Applies CLUSTER.

To catch incorrect ordering of words, as well as nicknames, abbreviations, and spelling variations for person names and spelling errors at the end of the word and minor format errors.

Inc Mitchell

MITC INCO

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Transformation Name CLUSTER + WRORGANIZA TION

PL/SQL Function Name HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRORG_CLUST ER

Operations

Purpose

Example Input Mitchell Inc

Example Output MITC INCO

Applies EXACT. Applies the ORGANIZATION_NAM E_DICTIONARY word replacement list. Applies CLUSTER.

To catch nicknames, abbreviations, and spelling variations for organization names as well as spelling errors at the end of the word and minor format errors. To catch nicknames, abbreviations, and spelling variations for person names as well as spelling errors at the end of the word and minor format errors. To catch incorrect ordering of words, as well as nicknames, abbreviations, and spelling variations for person names and spelling errors at the end of the word and minor format errors.

CLUSTER + WRPERSON

HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRPERSON_CL USTER

Applies EXACT. Applies the PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY word replacement list. Applies CLUSTER.

Mike D' Angello

MICH D

CLUSTER + WRPERSON + REVERSE

HZ_TRANS_PKG .REVERSE_WRPE RSON_CLUSTER (for person names only)

Applies REVERSE. Applies the PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY. Applies CLUSTER.

Inc Mitchell

MITC INCO

Seeded Attributes and Transformations 6-23

Transformation Name CORE DOMAIN EXTRACTION

PL/SQL Function Name HZ_EMAIL_DO MAINS_V2PUB. CORE_DOMAIN

Operations

Purpose

Example Input Joe.smith@ oracle.co.u k

Example Output ORACLE. CO.UK (if CO.UK is an E-Mail Domain Suffixes lookup code and not included in the ISP E-Mail Domains lookup type) CO.UK (if the input does not match codes in either lookup type)

Extracts core domain of e-mail address.

To extract the core domain of e-mail addresses and ignore ISP e-mail domains.

EXACT

HZ_TRANS_PKG .EXACT

Capitalize all letters. Replace all non-alphanumeric characters except for a % with a space. Reduce double spaces to a single space.

To catch format errors.

D' Angello

D ANGELLO

EXACT (DATE)

HZ_TRANS_PKG .EXACT_DATE

Standardizes any date value to DD-MM-YYYY.

To enable character comparison for dates. To catch case errors.

01-JAN-20 02

01-JAN-20 02

EXACT (URL)

HZ_TRANS_PKG .EXACT_URL

Capitalize all letters. Removes the xyz:// value.

http:// WWw.ora cle.com

WWW. ORACLE. COM

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Transformation Name EXACT + WRADDRESS

PL/SQL Function Name HZ_TRANS_PKG .BASIC_WRADD R

Operations

Purpose

Example Input 300 Oracle Pkwy.

Example Output 300 Oracle Parkway

Applies EXACT. Applies the ADDRESS_DICTIONAR Y word replacement list. Applies EXACT. Applies the ORGANIZATION_NAM E_DICTIONARY or PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY word replacement list depending on party type. Applies EXACT. Applies the ORGANIZATION_NAM E_DICTIONARY word replacement list. Applies EXACT. Applies the PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY word replacement list. Applies EXACT. Applies the US_STATE_DICTIONA RY word replacement list.

To standardize address details.

EXACT + WRNAMES

HZ_TRANS_PKG .BASIC_WRNAM ES

To standardize organization names.

Transform Corp.

Transform Corporatio n

EXACT + WRORGANIZA TION

HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRORG_EXACT

To catch nicknames, abbreviations, and spelling variations for organization names.

Transform Corp

Transform CORPORA TION

EXACT + WRPERSON

HZ_TRANS_PKG .BASIC_WRPERS ON

To standardize common person nicknames.

Bob Smith

Robert Smith

EXACT + WRSTATE

HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRSTATE_EXA CT

To catch spelling errors and incorrect abbreviations for state.

CA

California

Seeded Attributes and Transformations 6-25

Transformation Name EXACT SPECIAL

PL/SQL Function Name HZ_TRANS_PKG .RM_SPLCHAR

Operations

Purpose

Example Input D.D. Angello

Example Output DD ANGELLO

Capitalize all letters. Replace all non-alphanumeric characters except for a % with a space. Reduce double spaces to a single space. Remove characters .!"#$&.

To catch format errors.

EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS

HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRADDRESS_E XACT

Applies EXACT and EXACT SPECIAL, if different. Applies the ADDRESS_DICTIONAR Y word replacement list.

To catch abbreviations for words used in the address.

W. Main St.

WEST Main STREET

EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES

HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRNAMES_EX ACT

Applies EXACT and EXACT SPECIAL, if different. Applies the ORGANIZATION_NAM E_DICTIONARY or PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY word replacement list depending on party type.

To catch nicknames, abbreviations, and spelling variations for person or organization names.

Transform Corp

Transform CORPORA TION

EXACT SPECIAL + WRPERSON

HZ_TRANS_PKG .WRPERSON_EX ACT

Applies EXACT and EXACT SPECIAL, if different. Applies the PERSON_NAME_DICTI ONARY word replacement list.

To catch nicknames, abbreviations, and spelling variations for person names.

Mike D' Angello

MICHAEL DANGELL O

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Transformation Name EXACT SPECIAL CTX

PL/SQL Function Name HZ_TRANS_PKG .RM_SPLCHAR_ CTX

Operations

Purpose

Example Input 25-321@4

Example Output 25 321 4

For staging context, applies EXACT SPECIAL. For search context, forces uppercase, replaces all non-alphanumeric characters with a space, removes all spaces.

To remove non-alphanumeric characters.

EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC

HZ_TRANS_PKG .RM_SPLCHAR_ BLANKS

Capitalize all letters. Replace all non-alphanumeric characters except for a % with a space. Reduce double spaces to a single space. Remove characters .!"#$&, and removes all spaces.

To remove blanks before or after special characters.

joe. smith@ora cle.com

joe.smith@ oracle.com

EXACT STRING

HZ_TRANS_PKG .EXACT_PADDE D

Does basic sanitization as per EXACT. Prepends and appends a # to the sanitized string to disable contains matching. Capitalize all letters.

To capture the exact string and catch format errors.

D' Angello

#D ANGELLO #

FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY

HZ_TRANS_PKG .EXACT_EMAIL

To catch case errors.

Joe.smith@ oracle.com

JOE.SMIT H@ORAC LE. COM

Seeded Attributes and Transformations 6-27

Transformation Name FULL DOMAIN EXTRACTION

PL/SQL Function Name HZ_EMAIL_DO MAINS_V2PUB.F ULL_DOMAIN

Operations

Purpose

Example Input Joe.smith@ oracle.co.u k

Example Output ORACLE. CO.UK (if the input does not match codes in the ISP E-Mail Domains lookup type) Mitchell Madison

Extracts full domain of e-mail address.

To extract the full domain of e-mail addresses and ignore ISP e-mail domains.

REVERSE

HZ_TRANS_PKG .REVERSE_NAM E

Applies EXACT SPECIAL. Reorders the first and last words of the string. Applies EXACT. Reverses the string. Replaces any alphanumeric characters with their corresponding numbers as per a telephone keypad.

To catch incorrect ordering of words.

Madison Mitchell

REVERSE PHONE NUMBER

HZ_TRANS_PKG .REVERSE_PHO NE_NUMBER

To reverse the phone number.

1 (650)555-2 325

5432555056 1

SOUNDEX

HZ_TRANS_PKG .SOUNDX

Applies EXACT. Applies the Soundex Algorithm.

To catch spelling errors.

Smith

S260

Related Topics
Transformations Overview, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide Creating Custom Transformations, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide

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Seeded Match Rules
This chapter describes the seeded match rules. This chapter covers the following topics: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Seeded Match Rules BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL ORGANIZATIONS BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL PARTIES BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL PERSONS CREDIT MANAGEMENT SEARCH DL ADDRESS AND RELATIONSHIP SEARCH DL ADDRESS DEFAULT DL RELATIONSHIP DEFAULT DL SMART SEARCH DL SYSTEM DUPLICATE IDENTIFICATION HZ_CONTACT_ADV_SEARCH_MATCH_RULE HZ_CONTACT_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE HZ_ORG_ADV_SEARCH_RULE HZ_ORG_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE HZ_PERSON_ADVANCED_SEARCH_MATCH_RULE HZ_PERSON_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE INTEGRATION SERVICES: IDENTICAL ORGANIZATIONS INTEGRATION SERVICES: IDENTICAL PERSONS RM SEARCH RULE SAMPLE: ADDRESS_ORGANIZATIONS SAMPLE: ADDRESS_PERSONS

Seeded Match Rules 7-1

• • • • • • • • • • •

SAMPLE: ADVANCED SEARCH RULE SAMPLE: BASIC SEARCH RULE SAMPLE: ORGANIZATIONS_OPTIMIZED SAMPLE: PERSON_OPTIMIZED SAMPLE: SEARCH SAMPLE: SEARCH ADDRESS ORGANIZATIONS EXACT SAMPLE: SEARCH EXACT SAMPLE: SEARCH SIMILAR ORGANIZATION EXACT SAMPLE: SEARCH SIMILAR PERSON EXACT SAMPLE: SIMILAR_ORGANIZATION SAMPLE: SIMILAR_PERSON

Seeded Match Rules
Data Quality Management provides generic seeded match rules that you can use or base your custom match rules on. Other match rules are seeded for specific applications or features, but can be used otherwise depending on your business needs. See: • • General Match Rules, page 7-2 Feature-Specific Match Rules, page 7-4
Important: You must compile all seeded match rules before you can use

them. See: Compiling Match Rules, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide.

Related Topics
Match Rules Overview, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide

General Match Rules
Bulk Duplicate Identification
You can use these three generic seeded match rules to identify duplicates, in bulk: • • That currently exist within your TCA Registry Between interface tables and the TCA Registry

For example, you can use match rules with the Bulk Duplicate Identification purpose

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for batch de-duplication and Registry de-duplication in TCA Bulk Import. • • • BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL ORGANIZATIONS, page 7-5 BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL PARTIES, page 7-8 BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL PERSONS, page 7-10

Match rules with this purpose are used in the bulk duplicate identification process of DQM. See: Bulk Duplicate Identification, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide and Bulk Duplicate Identification Matching Process, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide.

Expanded Duplicate Identification
You can use these nine generic seeded match rules to identify duplicates that currently exist within your TCA Registry, for example, through batch duplicate identification: • • • • • • • • • DL ADDRESS DEFAULT, page 7-17 DL RELATIONSHIP DEFAULT, page 7-19 DL SYSTEM DUPLICATE IDENTIFICATION, page 7-23 SAMPLE: ADDRESS_ORGANIZATIONS, page 7-46 SAMPLE: ADDRESS_PERSONS, page 7-48 SAMPLE: ORGANIZATIONS_OPTIMIZED, page 7-56 SAMPLE: PERSON_OPTIMIZED, page 7-57 SAMPLE: SIMILAR_ORGANIZATION, page 7-70 SAMPLE: SIMILAR_PERSON, page 7-72

Search
You can use these sixteen generic seeded match rules for search functionality: • • • • • CREDIT MANAGEMENT SEARCH, page 7-12 DL ADDRESS AND RELATIONSHIP SEARCH, page 7-14 DL SMART SEARCH, page 7-21 HZ_CONTACT_ADV_SEARCH_MATCH_RULE, page 7-25 HZ_CONTACT_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE, page 7-28

Seeded Match Rules 7-3

• • • • • • • • • • •

HZ_ORG_ADV_SEARCH_RULE, page 7-29 HZ_ORG_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE, page 7-32 HZ_PERSON_ADVANCED_SEARCH_MATCH_RULE, page 7-33 HZ_PERSON_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE, page 7-36 SAMPLE: ADVANCED SEARCH RULE, page 7-49 SAMPLE: BASIC SEARCH RULE, page 7-53 SAMPLE: SEARCH, page 7-59 SAMPLE: SEARCH ADDRESS ORGANIZATIONS EXACT, page 7-61 SAMPLE: SEARCH EXACT, page 7-63 SAMPLE: SEARCH SIMILAR ORGANIZATION EXACT, page 7-66 SAMPLE: SEARCH SIMILAR PERSON EXACT, page 7-68

Related Topics
Seeded Match Rules, page 7-2

Feature-Specific Match Rules
Relationship Manager
The RM SEARCH RULE seeded match rule is provided specifically for Relationship Manager to search for existing relationships. See: • • RM SEARCH RULE, page 7-43 Setting Up Relationship Manager, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide.

Oracle Customer Data Librarian De-Duplication
Five seeded match rules are provided specifically for de-duplication in Oracle Customer Data Librarian. You can use or base your custom match rules on any of these: • • • DL ADDRESS AND RELATIONSHIP SEARCH, page 7-14 DL ADDRESS DEFAULT, page 7-17 DL RELATIONSHIP DEFAULT, page 7-19

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• •

DL SMART SEARCH, page 7-21 DL SYSTEM DUPLICATE IDENTIFICATION, page 7-23

You can use these seeded match rules for profile options used to set up de-duplication. See: Setting Up De-Duplication, Oracle Customer Data Librarian Implementation Guide.

Organization and Person Search
Four seeded match rules are provided specifically for simple and advanced searches of organizations and persons. For example, you can use these match rules to set profile options for the searches in Customers Online. • • • • HZ_ORG_ADV_SEARCH_RULE, page 7-29 HZ_ORG_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE, page 7-32 HZ_PERSON_ADVANCED_SEARCH_MATCH_RULE, page 7-33 HZ_PERSON_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE, page 7-36

Oracle Credit Management
The CREDIT MANAGEMENT SEARCH match rule is seeded specifically for features in Oracle Credit Management.

Oracle Receivables
These match rules are seeded specifically for features in Oracle Receivables. • • SAMPLE: BASIC SEARCH RULE SAMPLE: ADVANCED SEARCH RULE

See: Seeded Search Match Rules, Oracle Receivables Reference Guide.

Related Topics
Seeded Match Rules, page 7-2

BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL ORGANIZATIONS
The BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL ORGANIZATIONS match rule identifies duplicate parties of type Organization in bulk. Purpose: Bulk Duplicate Identification Search Operator: Match Any Attributes

Seeded Match Rules 7-5

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Filter No Transformation EXACT + WRADDRESS EXACT + WRPERSON EXACT EXACT + WRNAMES EXACT REVERSE PHONE NUMBER EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE (URL) + WRDOMAIN

Contact Name

Contact

No

D-U-N-S Number Name Party Type Phone Number

Party Party Party Contact Point

No No Yes No

Postal Code

Address

Yes

SIC Code Taxpayer ID Web Site

Party Party Contact Point

Yes No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Value 175

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Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold

Value 250

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Score 100 Transformation EXACT + WRADDRESS EXACT EXACT STRING EXACT + WRPERSON EXACT EXACT EXACT EXACT STRING EXACT + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL REVERSE PHONE NUMBER EXACT + WRSTATE EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE (URL) + WRDOMAIN Weight (%) 100

City Contact Name

Address Contact

15 20

100 100 90

Country Code D-U-N-S Number Job Title Name

Address Party Contact Party

5 200 10 80

100 100 100 100 90

Phone Number

Contact Point

70

100 100

State Taxpayer ID Web Site

Address Party Contact point

5 200 20

100 100 0

Seeded Match Rules 7-7

Attribute Name

Entity

Score

Transformation EXACT (URL)

Weight (%) 100

BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL PARTIES
The BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL PARTIES match rule identifies duplicate parties in bulk. Purpose: Bulk Duplicate Identification Search Operator: Match Any Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Filter No Transformation EXACT + WRADDRESS EXACT + WRPERSON EXACT FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY EXACT + WRNAMES EXACT REVERSE EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT

Contact Name

Contact

No

D-U-N-S Number E-Mail Address

Party Contact Point

No No

Name Party Type Phone Number Postal Code

Party Party Contact Point Address

No Yes No Yes

SIC Code

Party

Yes

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Attribute Name Taxpayer ID Web Site

Entity Party Contact Point

Filter No No

Transformation EXACT SPECIAL EXACT (URL)

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 175

300

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Score 100 Transformation EXACT + WRADDRESS EXACT EXACT STRING EXACT + WRPERSONE EXACT EXACT FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY Weight (%) 100

City Contact Name

Address Contact

15 20

100 100 90

Country Code D-U-N-S Number E-Mail Address

Address Party Contact Point

5 200 60

100 100 100

Seeded Match Rules 7-9

Attribute Name Job Title Name

Entity Contact Party

Score 10 80

Transformation EXACT EXACT STRING EXACT + WRNAMES EXACT Reverse EXACT + WRSTATE EXACT SPECIAL EXACT (URL)

Weight (%) 100 100 90

Phone Number

Contact Point

70

100 100 100 100 100

State Taxpayer ID Web Site

Address Party Contact point

5 200 20

BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL PERSONS
The BULK MATCH: IDENTICAL PERSONS match rule identifies duplicate parties of type Person in bulk. Purpose: Bulk Duplicate Identification Search Operator: Match Any Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Filter No Transformation EXACT + WRADDRESS FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY EXACT + WRNAMES

E-Mail Address

Contact Point

No

Name

Party

No

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Attribute Name Party Type Phone Number

Entity Party Contact Point

Filter Yes No

Transformation EXACT REVERSE PHONE NUMBER EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL

Postal Code

Address

Yes

Taxpayer ID

Party

No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 175

250

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Score 100 Transformation EXACT + WRADDRESS EXACT EXACT FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY EXACT STRING Weight (%) 100

City Country E-Mail Address

Address Address Contact Point

5 5 60

100 100 100

Name

Party

80

100

Seeded Match Rules 7-11

Attribute Name

Entity

Score

Transformation EXACT + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL REVERSE PHONE NUMBER EXACT + WRSTATE EXACT SPECIAL

Weight (%) 90

Phone Number

Contact Point

70

100 100

State Taxpayer ID

Address Party

5 200

100 100

CREDIT MANAGEMENT SEARCH
The CREDIT MANAGEMENT SEARCH match rule is used for credit management search. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Account Number Address Entity Party Address Filter No No Transformation EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES CLEANSE EXACT

All Account Names

Party

No

City Country Code

Address Address

No No

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Attribute Name D-U-N-S Number Name

Entity Party Party

Filter No No

Transformation EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE + WRSTATE

Postal Code

Address

No

Registry ID State

Party Address

No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 15

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Account Number Address Entity Party Address Score 100 40 Transformation EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS Weight (%) 100 80

100

Seeded Match Rules 7-13

Attribute Name All Account Names

Entity Party

Score 50

Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES CLEANSE EXACT EXACT EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE + WRSTATE EXACT + WRSTATE

Weight (%) 80

100

City

Address

20

80 100 100 100 80

Country Code D-U-N-S Number Name

Address Party Party

5 100 40

100

Postal Code

Address

30

100

Registry ID State

Party Address

100 10

100 80

100

DL ADDRESS AND RELATIONSHIP SEARCH
The DL ADDRESS AND RELATIONSHIP SEARCH match rule searches for addresses or relationships for merge request mapping. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of

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the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Filter No Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE + WRSTATE

City Country Code County Name

Address Address Address Party

No No No No

Party Type Postal Code

Party Address

No No

Province Registry ID State

Address Party Address

No No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 27

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.

Seeded Match Rules 7-15

Attribute Name Address

Entity Address

Score 50

Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT EXACT CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE EXACT EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE + WRSTATE EXACT + WRSTATE

Weight (%) 80

100

City

Address

30

80 100 100 80 100 80

Country Code County

Address Address

5 15

Name

Party

40

100

Postal Code

Address

40

100

Province

Address

20

80 100 100 80

Registry ID State

Party Address

80 20

100

Related Topics
Addresses and Relationships, Oracle Customer Data Librarian User Guide

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DL ADDRESS DEFAULT
The DL ADDRESS DEFAULT match rule identifies duplicate addresses as default suggestions for mapping addresses in merge requests. Purpose: Expanded Duplicate Identification Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Filter No Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE CLEANSE + WRSTATE

City Country Code County Postal Code

Address Address Address Address

No No No No

Province State

Address Address

No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Value 85

Seeded Match Rules 7-17

Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold

Value

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Score 50 Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT EXACT CLEANSE EXACT EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE + WRSTATE EXACT + WRSTATE Weight (%) 80

100

City

Address

20

80 100 100 80 100 100

Country Code County

Address Address

5 15

Postal Code

Address

25

Province

Address

15

80 100 80

State

Address

15

100

Related Topics
Addresses, Oracle Customer Data Librarian User Guide

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DL RELATIONSHIP DEFAULT
The DL RELATIONSHIP DEFAULT match rule identifies duplicate relationships as default suggestions for mapping relationships in merge requests. Purpose: Expanded Duplicate Identification Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Filter No Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC

City E-Mail Address

Address Contact Point

No No

Job Title Name

Contact Party

No No

Postal Code

Address

No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Value 160

Seeded Match Rules 7-19

Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold

Value

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Score 30 Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT EXACT CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX Weight (%) 70

100

City

Address

15

80 100 100 80 100 80

Country Code County

Address Address

5 10

E-Mail Address

Contact Point

160

100

Job Title Name

Contact Party

20 200

100 80

100

Phone Number

Contact Point

140

100

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Attribute Name Postal Code

Entity Address

Score 20

Transformation EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE + WRSTATE EXACT + WRSTATE

Weight (%) 100

Province

Address

10

80 100 80

State

Address

10

100

Related Topics
Relationships, Oracle Customer Data Librarian User Guide

DL SMART SEARCH
The DL SMART SEARCH match rule can be used for Smart Search to search for potential duplicate parties from which you create merge requests. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Filter No Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT

City Country Code

Address Address

No No

Seeded Match Rules 7-21

Attribute Name Name

Entity Party

Filter No

Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES SOUNDEX

Party Type Registry ID SIC Code State

Party Party Party Address

No No No No

EXACT EXACT SPECIAL EXACT EXACT + WRSTATE

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 33

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Score 25 Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE Weight (%) 80

100

100

City

Address

10

80

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Attribute Name

Entity

Score

Transformation EXACT EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES SOUNDEX EXACT EXACT SPECIAL EXACT EXACT + WRSTATE

Weight (%) 100 100 80

Country Code Name

Address Party

5 40

100

Party Type Registry ID SIC Code State

Party Party Party Address

10 100 20 5

60 100 100 100 100

Related Topics
Smart Search, Oracle Customer Data Librarian User Guide

DL SYSTEM DUPLICATE IDENTIFICATION
The DL SYSTEM DUPLICATE IDENTIFICATION match rule can be used for System Duplicate Identification to identify duplicate parties to include in SDI batches. Purpose: Expanded Duplicate Identification Search Operator: Match Any Attribute

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.

Seeded Match Rules 7-23

Attribute Name Address

Entity Address

Filter No

Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES SOUNDEX

City Country Code Name

Address Address Party

No No No

Party Type Registry ID SIC Code State

Party Party Party Address

No No No No

EXACT EXACT SPECIAL EXACT EXACT + WRSTATE

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 100

100

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.

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Attribute Name Address

Entity Address

Score 25

Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES SOUNDEX EXACT EXACT SPECIAL EXACT EXACT + WRSTATE

Weight (%) 100

City Country Code Name

Address Address Party

10 5 100

100 100 80

100

Party Type Registry ID SIC Code State

Party Party Party Address

10 100 20 5

70 100 100 100 100

Related Topics
Creating System Duplicate Identification Batches, Oracle Customer Data Librarian User Guide

HZ_CONTACT_ADV_SEARCH_MATCH_RULE
The HZ_CONTACT_ADV_SEARCH_MATCH_RULE match rule is used for advanced searches for contacts. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.

Seeded Match Rules 7-25

Attribute Name Address

Entity Address

Filter No

Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE CLEANSE + WRSTATE

City Country Code E-Mail Address

Address Address Contact Point

No No No

Job Title Name

Contact Party

No No

Phone Number

Contact Point

60

Postal Code

Address

No

Province State

Address Address

No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 79

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.

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Attribute Name Address

Entity Address

Score 40

Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT EXACT CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE + WRSTATE EXACT + WRSTATE

Weight (%) 80

100

City

Address

30

80 100 100 80

Country Code E-Mail Address

Address Contact Point

10 60

100

Job Title Name

Contact Party

20 40

100 80

100

Phone Number

Contact Point

60

100

Postal Code

Address

40

100

Province

Address

20

80 100 80

State

Address

20

100

Seeded Match Rules 7-27

HZ_CONTACT_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE
The HZ_CONTACT_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE match rule is used for basic searches for contacts. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name E-Mail Address Entity Contact Point Filter No Transformation CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX

Job Title Name

Contact Party

No No

Phone Number

Contact Point

60

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 80

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.

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Attribute Name E-Mail Address

Entity Contact Point

Score 60

Transformation CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX

Weight (%) 80

100

Job Title Name

Contact Party

20 40

100 80

100

Phone Number

Contact Point

60

100

HZ_ORG_ADV_SEARCH_RULE
The HZ_ORG_ADV_SEARCH_RULE match rule can be used for advanced searches of organizations, for example, the search in Customers Online. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match Any Attribute

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Account Number Address Entity Party Address Filter No No Transformation EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE

City

Address

No

Seeded Match Rules 7-29

Attribute Name Country Code D-U-N-S Number Name

Entity Address Party Party

Filter No No No

Transformation EXACT EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES WORD REPLACE + EXACT + REVERSE

Phone Number

Contact Point

No

EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE + WRSTATE EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE (URL) + WRDOMAIN

Postal Code

Address

No

Province Registry ID State

Address Party Address

No No No

Taxpayer ID Web Site

Party Contact Point

No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 80

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This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Account Number Address Entity Party Address Score 60 40 Transformation EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT EXACT EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE EXACT EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE + WRSTATE EXACT + WRSTATE Weight (%) 100 80

100

City

Address

30

80 100 100 100 80

Country Code D-U-N-S Number Name

Address Party Party

10 60 40

100

Phone Number

Contact Point

60

100

Postal Code

Address

40

100

Province

Address

20

80 100 100 80

Registry ID State

Party Address

60 20

100

Seeded Match Rules 7-31

Attribute Name Taxpayer ID Web Site

Entity Party Contact Point

Score 60 60

Transformation EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE (URL) + WRDOMAIN EXACT (URL)

Weight (%) 100 80

100

HZ_ORG_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE
The HZ_ORG_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE match rule can be used for simple searches of organizations, for example, the search in Customers Online. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match Any Attribute

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Account Number D-U-N-S Number Name Entity Party Party Party Filter No No No Transformation EXACT SPECIAL EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE (URL) + WRDOMAIN

Registry ID Taxpayer ID Web Site

Party Party Contact Point

No No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.

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Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold

Value 75

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Account Number D-U-N-S Number Name Entity Party Party Party Score 60 60 40 Transformation EXACT SPECIAL EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE (URL) + WRDOMAIN EXACT (URL) Weight (%) 100 100 80

100

Registry ID Taxpayer ID Web Site

Party Party Contact Point

60 60 60

100 100 80

100

HZ_PERSON_ADVANCED_SEARCH_MATCH_RULE
The HZ_PERSON_ADVANCED_SEARCH_MATCH_RULE match rule can be used for advanced searches of persons, for example, the search in Customers Online. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match Any Attribute

Seeded Match Rules 7-33

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Account Number Address Entity Party Address Filter No No Transformation EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE + WRSTATE EXACT + WRSTATE Taxpayer ID Party No EXACT SPECIAL

City Country E-Mail Address

Address Address Contact Point

No No No

Job Title Name

Contact Party

No No

Phone Number

Contact Point

No

Postal Code

Address

No

Province Registry ID State

Address Party Address

No No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.

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Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold

Value 80

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Account Number Address Entity Party Address Score 60 40 Transformation EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT EXACT CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES Weight (%) 100 80

100

City

Address

30

80 100 100 80

Country E-Mail Address

Address Contact Point

10 60

100

Job Title Name

Contact Party

20 40

100 80

100

Seeded Match Rules 7-35

Attribute Name Phone Number

Entity Contact Point

Score 60

Transformation EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE EXACT EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE + WRSTATE EXACT + WRSTATE EXACT SPECIAL

Weight (%) 100

Postal Code

Address

40

100

Province

Address

20

80 100 100 80

Registry ID State

Party Address

60 20

Taxpayer ID

Party

60

100 100

HZ_PERSON_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE
The HZ_PERSON_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE match rule can be used for simple searches of persons, for example, the search in Customers Online. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match Any Attribute

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Account Number E-Mail Address Entity Party Contact Point Filter No No Transformation EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN

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Attribute Name Job Title Name

Entity Contact Party

Filter No No

Transformation EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL

Phone Number

Contact Point

No

Registry ID Taxpayer ID

Party Party

No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 79

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Account Number E-Mail Address Entity Party Contact Point Score 60 60 Transformation EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY EXACT Weight (%) 100 80

100

Job Title

Contact

20

100

Seeded Match Rules 7-37

Attribute Name Name

Entity Party

Score 40

Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL

Weight (%) 80

100

Phone Number

Contact Point

60

100

Registry ID Taxpayer ID

Party Party

60 60

100 100

INTEGRATION SERVICES: IDENTICAL ORGANIZATIONS
The Integration Services: Identical Organizations match rule is used to identify duplicate organizations in the Customer Data Hub, when organization business object APIs or Create or a Save (create operation) Web services are used. Purpose: Integration Services Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name D-U-N-S Number Address Entity Party Address Filter No No Transformation Exact EXACT +WRADDRESS Exact String EXACT +WRNAMES Alias Party No Exact

Name (Party Name)

Party

No

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Party Type Phone Number

Party Contact point

Yes

EXACT Exact Special REVERSE PHONENUMBER

Postal Code

Address

Yes

EXACT SPECIALNOSPC EXACT Exact Special CLEANSE (URL) +WRDOMAIN Exact URL

SIC Code Taxpayer ID Web Site

Party Party Contact Point

Yes No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automerge Threshold Value 80

95

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name D-U-N-S Number Entity Party Score 200 Transformation Exact Weight (%) 100

Seeded Match Rules 7-39

Address

Address

100

EXACT +WRADDRESS Exact String EXACT +WRNAMES

100

Name

Party

80

100 90

Alias Party Type Phone Number

Party Party Contact point

80 N/A 70

Exact EXACT Exact Special REVERSE PHONENUMBE R

100 Use as filter 100 100

Postal Code

Address

N/A

EXACT SPECIALNOSPC EXACT Exact Special CLEANSE (URL) +WRDOMAIN Exact URL

Use as filter

SIC Code Taxpayer ID Web Site

Party Party Contact Point

N/A 200 20

Use as filter 100 0

100

INTEGRATION SERVICES: IDENTICAL PERSONS
The Integration Services: Identical Persons match rule is used to identify duplicate persons in the Customer Data Hub, when person business object APIs or Create or a Save (create operation) Web services are used. Purpose: Integration Services Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.

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Attribute Name Address

Entity Address

Filter No

Transformation EXACT +WRADDRESS FORCEUPPERCASE ONLY EXACT STRING EXACT +WRNAMES

E-Mail Address

Contact Point

No

Name (Party Name)

Party

No

Prefix

Party

No

EXACT STRING EXACT +WRNAMES

First Name

Party

No

EXACT STRING EXACT +WRNAMES

Middle Name

Party

No

EXACT STRING EXACT +WRNAMES

Last Name

Party

No

EXACT STRING EXACT +WRNAMES

Suffix

Party

No

EXACT STRING EXACT +WRNAMES

Party Type Phone Number Postal Code

Party Contact Point Address

Yes

EXACT EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIALNOSPC Exact Special

Yes

Taxpayer ID

Party

No

Seeded Match Rules 7-41

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automerge Threshold Value 80

95

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Score 100 Transformation EXACT +WRADDRESS FORCEUPPERC ASE ONLY EXACT STRING EXACT +WRNAMES Prefix Party 80 EXACT STRING EXACT +WRNAMES First Name Party 80 EXACT STRING EXACT +WRNAMES Middle Name Party 80 EXACT STRING EXACT +WRNAMES Weight (%) 100

E-Mail Address

Contact Point

60

100

Name (Party Name)

Party

80

100 90

100 90

100 90

100 90

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Last Name

Party

80

EXACT STRING EXACT +WRNAMES

100 90

Suffix

Party

80

EXACT STRING EXACT +WRNAMES

100 90

Party Type Phone Number

Party Contact Point

N/A 70

EXACT EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIALNOSPC Exact Special

Use as filter 100

Postal Code

Address

N/A

Use as filter

Taxpayer ID

Party

200

100

RM SEARCH RULE
The RM SEARCH RULE match rule is used in Relationship Manager to determine the search criteria and results when you search for the party to manage relationships for. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Filter No Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE

City

Address

No

Seeded Match Rules 7-43

Attribute Name Contact Name

Entity Contact

Filter No

Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRPERSON SOUNDEX

Country E-Mail Address

Address Contact Point

No No

EXACT CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES SOUNDEX

Name

Party

No

Party Type Phone Number

Party Contact Point

Yes No

EXACT EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL EXACT EXACT CLEANSE + WRSTATE EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL

Postal Code

Address

No

Registry ID SIC Code SIC Code Version State

Party Party Party Address

No No No No

Taxpayer ID Tax Registration Num

Party Party

No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.

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Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Merge Threshold

Value 11

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Address Entity Address Score 40 Transformation EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT EXACT SPECIAL + WRPERSON CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRPERSON EXACT STRING SOUNDEX EXACT CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY Weight (%) 100

80

City

Address

10

80 100 80

Contact Name

Contact

60

70

Country E-Mail Address

Address Contact Point

10 80

100 60 100 80

100

Seeded Match Rules 7-45

Attribute Name Name

Entity Party

Score 60

Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES SOUNDEX EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL EXACT EXACT EXACT + WRSTATE CLEANSE + WRSTATE EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL

Weight (%) 80

100

Phone Number

Contact Point

80

60 90

Postal Code

Address

15

100

Registry ID SIC Code SIC Code Version State

Party Party Party Address

100 25 25 20

100 100 100 100 80

Taxpayer ID Tax Registration Num

Party Party

60 100

100 100

Related Topics
Searching for Parties and Viewing Results, Oracle Trading Community Architecture User Guide

SAMPLE: ADDRESS_ORGANIZATIONS
The SAMPLE: ADDRESS_ORGANIZATIONS match rule identifies duplicate parties of type Organization based on party name and address. Purpose: Expanded Duplicate Identification

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Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Filter Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC

Name

Party

No

Party Type Postal Code

Party Address

Yes No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 55

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Score Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS Weight (%)

Address

Address

60

70

100

Seeded Match Rules 7-47

Attribute Name

Entity

Score

Transformation Name EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT STRING EXACT SPECIAL

Weight (%)

D-U-N-S Number Name

Party Party

70 50

100 70

90

Tax Registration Num

Party

70

100 100

SAMPLE: ADDRESS_PERSONS
The SAMPLE: ADDRESS_PERSONS match rule identifies duplicate parties of type Person based on party name and address. Purpose: Expanded Duplicate Identification Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Filter Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC

Name

Party

No

Party Type Postal Code

Party Address

Yes No

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Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 65

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Score Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT STRING Weight (%)

Address

Address

60

70

100

Name

Party

50

70

90

100

SAMPLE: ADVANCED SEARCH RULE
The SAMPLE: ADVANCED SEARCH RULE match rule is used is used for advanced search. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Seeded Match Rules 7-49

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Account Number All Account Names Entity Party Party Filter No No Transformation EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT CLEANSE EXACT EXACT CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES SOUNDEX Party Type Phone Number Party Contact Point Yes No EXACT EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE EXACT SPECIAL EXACT

Category Code City Corporation Class Country County Customer Reference Name

Party Address Party Address Address Party Party

No No No No No No No

Postal Code

Address

No

Province Registry ID SIC Code

Address Party Party

No No No

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Attribute Name SIC Code Version State

Entity Party Address

Filter No No

Transformation EXACT CLEANSE + WRSTATE CLEANSE EXACT SPECIAL

Tax Name Tax Registration Num

Party Party

No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Merge Threshold Value 9

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Account Number All Account Names Entity Party Party Score 100 60 Transformation EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT CLEANSE EXACT Weight (%) 100 100

Category Code City

Party Address

10 30

100 80 100

Seeded Match Rules 7-51

Attribute Name Corporation Class Country County

Entity Party Address Address

Score 30 30 20

Transformation EXACT EXACT CLEANSE EXACT EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES SOUNDEX EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC CLEANSE EXACT SPECIAL EXACT EXACT EXACT + WRSTATE CLEANSE + WRSTATE

Weight (%) 100 100 80 100 100 80

Customer Reference Name

Party Party

20 60

100

Phone Area Code Phone Country Code Phone Number

Contact Point Contact Point Contact Point

30 10 80

60 100 100 100

Postal Code

Address

35

100

Province Registry ID SIC Code SIC Code Version State

Address Party Party Party Address

20 100 30 10 20

70 100 100 100 100 80

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Attribute Name Tax Name

Entity Party

Score 30

Transformation CLEANSE EXACT EXACT SPECIAL

Weight (%) 80 100 80

Tax Registration Num

Party

70

SAMPLE: BASIC SEARCH RULE
The SAMPLE: BASIC SEARCH RULE match rule is used for basic search. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name All Account Names Entity Party Filter No Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRPERSON SOUNDEX Country Address No EXACT

Account Number Address

Party Address

No No

City Contact Name

Address Contact

No No

Seeded Match Rules 7-53

Attribute Name E-Mail Address

Entity Contact Point

Filter No

Transformation CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL CLEANSE + WRSTATE

Name

Party

No

Phone Number

Contact Point

No

Postal Code

Address

No

Registry ID Site Number State

Party Address Address

No No No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Merge Threshold Value 11

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name All Account Names Entity Party Score 60 Transformation CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES Weight (%) 80

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Attribute Name

Entity

Score

Transformation EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRPERSON SOUNDEX EXACT SPECIAL + WRPERSON EXACT CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES SOUNDEX EXACT SPECIAL CTX

Weight (%) 100

Account Number Address

Party Address

100 40

100 100

70

City

Address

30

70 100 80

Contact Name

Contact

50

0 100

Country E-Mail Address

Address Contact Point

10 80

100 70

100

Name

Party

60

80

100

Phone Number

Contact Point

80

60 100

Seeded Match Rules 7-55

Attribute Name Postal Code

Entity Address

Score 20

Transformation EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL EXACT + WRSTATE

Weight (%) 100

Registry ID Site Number State

Party Address Address

100 50 20

100 100 100

SAMPLE: ORGANIZATIONS_OPTIMIZED
The SAMPLE: ORGANIZATIONS_OPTIMIZED match rule identifies duplicate parties of type Organization. Purpose: Expanded Duplicate Identification Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Filter Transformation Name EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT EXACT SPECIAL

Address

Address

No

DUNS Number Name

Party Party

No No

Party Type Tax Registration Num

Party Party

Yes No

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Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 20

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Score Transformation Name EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL Weight (%)

Address

Address

19

100

DUNS Number Name

Party Party

20 19

100 100

Tax Registration Num

Party

20

100

SAMPLE: PERSON_OPTIMIZED
The SAMPLE: PERSON_OPTIMIZED match rule identifies duplicate parties of type Person. Purpose: Expanded Duplicate Identification Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.

Seeded Match Rules 7-57

Attribute Name

Entity

Filter

Transformation Name CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN EXACT EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL

E-Mail Address

Contact Point

No

Party Type Phone Number

Party Contact Point

Yes No

Tax Registration Num

Party

No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 15

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Score Transformation Name CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY EXACT SPECIAL CTX Weight (%)

E-Mail Address

Contact Point

20

75

100

Phone Number

Contact Point

20

100

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Attribute Name

Entity

Score

Transformation Name EXACT SPECIAL

Weight (%)

Tax Registration Num

Party

20

100

SAMPLE: SEARCH
The SAMPLE: SEARCH match rule is for search interface based on commonly used attributes. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match Any Attribute

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Filter Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRPERSON EXACT CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC

Address

Address

No

City Contact Name

Address Contact

No No

D-U-N-S Number E-Mail Address

Party Contact Point

No No

Name

Party

No

Postal Code

Address

No

Seeded Match Rules 7-59

Attribute Name

Entity

Filter

Transformation Name EXACT SPECIAL CTX CLEANSE + WRSTATE CLEANSE (URL) + WRDOMAIN

Phone Number

Contact Point

No

State

Address

No

Web Site

Contact Point

No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Merge Threshold Value 17

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Score Transformation Name EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT CLEANSE Weight (%)

Address

Address

40

100

80

City

Address

30

100 80

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Attribute Name

Entity

Score

Transformation Name EXACT SPECIAL + WRPERSON CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRPERSON EXACT CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL CTX CLEANSE + WRSTATE EXACT + WRSTATE CLEANSE (URL) + WRDOMAIN

Weight (%)

Contact Name

Contact

40

100

80

D-U-N-S Number E-Mail Address

Party Contact Point

80 60

100 80

100

Name

Party

40

80

100

Postal Code

Address

30

100

Phone Number

Contact Point

60

100

State

Address

20

80

Web Site

Contact Point

60

100 90

SAMPLE: SEARCH ADDRESS ORGANIZATIONS EXACT
The SAMPLE: SEARCH ADDRESS ORGANIZATIONS EXACT match rule is for search interfaces. The match rule is for a high performance search of addresses and organizations based only on Exact and Word Replacement transformations. Purpose: Search

Seeded Match Rules 7-61

Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Filter Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC

Name

Party

No

Party Type Postal Code

Party Address

Yes No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 32

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Score Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS Weight (%)

Address

Address

60

70

100

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Attribute Name

Entity

Score

Transformation Name EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL

Weight (%)

D-U-N-S Number Name

Party Party

70 50

100 80

100

Tax Registration Num

Party

70

100

SAMPLE: SEARCH EXACT
The SAMPLE: SEARCH EXACT match rule is for search interfaces. The match rule is for a high performance and comprehensive search based only on Exact and Word Replacement transformations. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Filter Transformation Name EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL EXACT

Address

Address

No

All Account Names

Party

No

Account Number Category Code

Party Party

No No

Seeded Match Rules 7-63

Attribute Name

Entity

Filter

Transformation Name EXACT EXACT SPECIAL + WRPERSON EXACT EXACT EXACT EXACT FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT EXACT EXACT EXACT + WRSTATE EXACT EXACT SPECIAL EXACT SPECIAL

City Contact Name

Address Contact

No No

Corporation Class Country Code County Customer Reference E-Mail Address

Party Address Address Party Contact Point

No No No No No

Name

Party

No

Party Type Phone Number

Party Contact Point

Yes No

Postal Code

Address

No

Province SIC Code SIC Code Version State Tax Name Tax Registration Num Taxpayer ID

Address Party Party Address Party Party Party

No No No No No No No

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Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 60

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Score Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL EXACT EXACT EXACT SPECIAL + WRPERSON EXACT STRING EXACT EXACT Weight (%)

Address

Address

60

80

100

All Account Names

Party

50

100

Account Number Category Code City Contact Name

Party Party Address Contact

100 10 30 30

100 100 100 90

Corporation Class Country Code

Party Address

30 30

100 100 100

Seeded Match Rules 7-65

Attribute Name

Entity

Score

Transformation Name EXACT EXACT FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT EXACT EXACT EXACT + WRSTATE EXACT EXACT SPECIAL

Weight (%)

County Customer Reference E-Mail Address

Address Party Contact Point

20 20 70

100 100 100

Name

Party

50

100

Phone Number

Contact Point

70

100

Postal Code

Address

30

100

Province SIC Code SIC Code Version State Tax Name Tax Registration Num Taxpayer ID

Address Party Party Address Party Party

10 30 10 20 30 80

100 100 100 100 100 100

Party

100

EXACT SPECIAL

100

SAMPLE: SEARCH SIMILAR ORGANIZATION EXACT
The SAMPLE: SEARCH SIMILAR ORGANIZATION EXACT match rule is for search interfaces. The match rule is for a high performance search of similar organizations based only on Exact and Word Replacement transformations. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match All Attributes

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Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Filter Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRPERSON EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL

Address

Address

No

Contact Name

Contact

No

D-U-N-S Number Name

Party Party

No No

Party Type Phone Number

Party Contact Point

Yes No

Postal Code

Address

No

Tax Registration Num

Party

No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 22

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the

Seeded Match Rules 7-67

matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Score Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRPERSON EXACT STRING EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL Weight (%)

Address

Address

60

80

100

Contact Name

Contact

30

90

D-U-N-S Number Name

Party Party

70 50

100 100 90

100

Phone Number

Contact Point

65

100

Postal Code

Address

20

100

Tax Registration Num

Party

70

100

SAMPLE: SEARCH SIMILAR PERSON EXACT
The SAMPLE: SEARCH SIMILAR PERSON EXACT match rule is for search interfaces. The match rule is for a high performance search of similar persons based only on Exact and Word Replacement transformations. Purpose: Search Search Operator: Match All Attributes

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Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Filter Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL

Address

Address

No

E-Mail Address

Contact Point

No

Name

Party

No

Postal Code

Address

No

Tax Registration Num

Party

No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 28

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.

Seeded Match Rules 7-69

Attribute Name

Entity

Score

Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT STRING EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL

Weight (%)

Address

Address

60

80

100

E-Mail Address

Contact Point

65

70

100

Name

Party

50

100

Postal Code

Address

20

100 100

Phone Number

Contact Point

65

100

Tax Registration Num

Party

100

100

SAMPLE: SIMILAR_ORGANIZATION
The SAMPLE: SIMILAR_ORGANIZATION match rule identifies duplicate parties of type Organization that have similar names, addresses, contacts, or contact points. Purpose: Expanded Duplicate Identification Search Operator: Match Any Attribute

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.

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Attribute Name

Entity

Filter

Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRPERSON EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL

Address

Address

No

Contact Name

Contact

No

D-U-N-S Number Name

Party Party

No No

Phone Number

Contact Point

No

Postal Code

Address

No

Tax Registration Num

Party

No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 100

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.

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Attribute Name

Entity

Score

Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRPERSON EXACT SPECIAL + WRPERSON EXACT STRING EXACT CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT STRING EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT EXACT SPECIAL

Weight (%)

Address

Address

60

80

100

Contact Name

Contact

30

70

90

D-U-N-S Number Name

Party Party

100 50

100 100 70

90

Phone Number

Contact Point

65

100 100

Postal Code

Address

20

100

SIC Code Tax Registration Num

Party Party

20 100

100 100

SAMPLE: SIMILAR_PERSON
The SAMPLE: SIMILAR_PERSON match rule identifies duplicate parties of type Person that have similar names, address, or contact points. Purpose: Expanded Duplicate Identification

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Search Operator: Match All Attributes

Acquisition
This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the acquisition part of the matching process.
Attribute Name Entity Filter Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL

Address

Address

No

E-Mail Address

Contact Point

No

Name

Party

No

Postal Code

Address

No

Tax Registration Num

Party

No

Scoring
This table shows the seeded thresholds for the scoring part of the matching process.
Threshold Match Threshold Override Threshold Automatic Merge Threshold Value 100

This table shows the seeded attributes and transformations for the scoring part of the matching process.

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Attribute Name

Entity

Score

Transformation Name CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRADDRESS EXACT SPECIAL + WRADDRESS CLEANSE (EMAIL) + WRDOMAIN FORCE UPPERCASE ONLY CLEANSE SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT SPECIAL + WRNAMES EXACT STRING EXACT SPECIAL CTX EXACT SPECIAL NOSPC EXACT SPECIAL

Weight (%)

Address

Address

60

70

100

E-Mail Address

Contact Point

65

70

100

Name

Party

50

60

90

Phone Number

Contact Point

65

100 100

Postal Code

Address

20

100

Tax Registration Num

Party

100

100

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Party and Account Merge Impact
This chapter describes the impact of party and account merge. This chapter covers the following topics: • • • • • Party and Account Merge Impact Overview Party Merge Impact Party Merge Impact Reference by Application Account Merge Impact Account Merge Impact Reference by Application

Party and Account Merge Impact Overview
The Party Merge and Account Merge functionalities are part of the Data Quality Management (DQM) tools provided by Trading Community Architecture (TCA). You can use party and account merge to identify and resolve duplicates that exist in the Trading Community registry. Use the party merge Web service to merge parties and retrieve party merge information and the account merge Web service to retrieve account merge information. The Party Merge Web service has two operations – the Create Party Merge Request, to create a request for merging parties and the Get Party Merge Details to retrieve details about a party merge. The Account Merge Web service has one operation – Get Account Merge Details to retrieve details about a customer account merge. See: Web Services Implementation Overview, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide. Different applications across the Oracle E-Business Suite have data associated with both parties and customer accounts. Any references to parties and accounts are updated when parties or accounts are merged. This ensures data integrity across the Oracle E-Business Suite. This chapter describes the results of the party and account merge processes initiated in Oracle E-Business suites applications. For most applications the descriptions include what information is merged or transferred and any validations that occur before

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completion of the process. Knowing how data throughout the Oracle E-Business Suite is affected when you run either the Party Merge or Account Merge processes helps you determine: • • Impact of running the merge process. Changes to the data for parties and customer accounts.

This information is intended for end-users who are interested in understanding the implication of running either a party merge or an account merge process.

Assumptions
This document assumes that the reader understands the basic concepts of the various applications in the E-Business Suite. For detailed information regarding the entities affected during merge, please refer to respective application user's guide and the electronic technical reference manual (eTRM) located in OracleMetaLink.

Related Topics
Party Merge Impact, page 8-2 Party Merge Impact Reference by Application, page 8-22 Account Merge Impact, page 8-36 Account Merge Impact Reference by Application, page 8-49

Party Merge Impact
This section provides details regarding how party merge affects the data in different applications within the e-Business Suite.

Activity Based Management
When parties are merged, any records containing different types of balances such as profitability balance, expense balance, transaction balance and summarized (YTD) balances, for a party are transferred to the master party.

Advanced Global Intercompany System (AGIS)
Intercompany organizations are entities that reference the party record in TCA. When parties are merged, the Intercompany organization and related tables are transferred to the master party. The information that will be transferred include: • • Intercompany transaction batches Intercompany transaction headers

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• • •

Intercompany transaction distribution lines Intercompany customer associations Intercompany supplier associations

Validation
The merge will be vetoed if the party to be merged is an Intercompany organization with existing transactions applied, and if the party is not associated to the same legal entity as the master party.

Advanced Pricing
The following information transfers to the master party record: Pricing Qualifiers: Parties and party sites can be used as pricing qualifiers in Advanced Pricing. Any record referring to the candidate party as the pricing qualifier is updated to look at the master party record.

Validation
The pricing qualifier information is transferred to the master party record after ensuring that a similar qualifier does not exist for the master party.

Applications Object Library
The following information is transferred to the master party: • The Customer link on an Oracle Applications login account, such as any login pointing to the old party will now be pointing to the new party. Documents attached to the candidate party.



Cash Management
Bank and branch information is stored in the Cash Management application. If any of the parties that have been identified for merge are either banks or branches, the merge will be vetoed.

Collections
Information regarding delinquencies associated with a party is stored in the Collections application. When parties are merged, the delinquency information is transferred to the master party. When two parties are merged, the following information is transferred to the master party:

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• • • • •

Collections scores for delinquencies, sites, accounts and parties Delinquencies of a party Collections communications sent to parties; party, account and site Strategies applied to parties, accounts, and sites in order to recover debt Promises to pay debt made by customers.

Complex Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul
The following information merges with the master party record: • • • • Information about documents or manuals provided by the supplier of a product Additional information about the party that supplied the document or manuals Additional information about the party that received the documents Document subscription information such as subscription type, frequency, and so on that is associated with a party Information about the revisions to a document and details about the party that approved the revision Information about standard and non-standard maintenance operations associated with parties Current and draft routes which consist of one or more operations







The following is transferred to the master party record: • Information required to perform the following types of transactions with a third party organization: service, exchange, loan, and borrow

Validations
The merge takes place only if the master party does not have similar dependent records If Oracle Purchasing application has been installed, then the subscription information is associated to a supplier and not a party. Therefore, the merge operation does not take place. If Human Resources is installed, then the revision of documents and the approver of a revision comes from the HR tables. Therefore, the merge operation does not take place.

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Contracts Core
When parties are merged the following information is transferred to the master party: • Current versions of all contracts

CRM Foundation
The following information is merged into the master party record: • Temporary placement of fulfillment content to be previewed and then either submitted for dispatch or deleted associated with the duplicate party Information requests that have been processed by the Fulfillment Server for the duplicate party Fulfillment content history for every content corresponding to a template





CRM Foundation - Interaction History
During party merge, all interactions associated with the duplicate party are transferred to the master party record.

CRM Foundation - Resource Manager
Resource manager allows users to access and define CRM specific resource attributes for parties. Therefore, when two parties are merged, additional resource information defined for the party is transferred to the master party.

Validation
The resource is not transferred if the master party already has a resource defined in the resource manager application.

CRM Foundation - Tasks and Notes
The following information transfers to the master party record: • • • • • Tasks that are associated with the duplicate party Contact information associated with the tasks Task audit information Task references associated with the duplicate party Notes and note context associated with the party

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CRM Foundation - Territories
If the party records are identified as duplicates, then the territory definition values that are based on parties are transferred.

Validation
If the party has an associated named account, then an error is raised and party merge cannot be completed. In other words, if a party is assigned to a territory group that party cannot be merged to another party.

CRM Foundation - User Management
In User Management, you can define approvers for a given organization (customer). These approvers are responsible for processing account requests for this customer. The following changes can be seen in User Management when party merge process takes place: • Pending requests to be approved are transferred from the duplicate party to the master party. All of the approvers associated with the duplicate party are inactivated. If no approver list is defined for master party, then the requests are assigned to the default list.

• •

Customer Care
The Customer Care merge process transfers information to the master party about relationship plans, which allow companies to automate their customer service practices and provide a proactive and consistent way to take care of the customers needs.

Validations
If no relationship plans exist on the master party record, then the relationship plan from the duplicate party is transferred to the master party. If the duplicate and master parties have identical relationship plans, then the relationship plan from the duplicate party is merged to the master party's relationship plan. Otherwise, the duplicate party's relationship plan transfers to the master party.

E-Business Tax
The E-Business Tax application stores transaction tax information related to the tax setup of a party or a party site, or both. The tax information stored include fiscal tax classifications, tax registrations, exemptions, tax accounts, and subscription options.

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When parties are merged in TCA, the following changes will take place: • Tax classifications will be merged if there is an equivalent record in the master party; otherwise, the information will be transferred. Tax accounts will be merged if there is an equivalent record in the master party; otherwise, the information will be transferred. The E-Business Tax's tax registration record will be copied rather than transferred so that historic data held in the Tax Repository is retained for audit purposes.
Note: Exemptions will neither be transferred nor merged to avoid





conflicting exemptions from appearing in the tax setup for the master party.

Validations
The merge will be vetoed when the parties' E-Business Tax registrations for a given Tax, Tax Jurisdiction, and Tax Regime differ in key registration attributes: registration number, set invoice values as tax inclusive, and set for self assessment or reverse.
Note: Veto will not occur for differing TCA registration numbers. The

TCA registration number of the merge-to party record will be kept on the surviving party record.

Grants Proposal
The following information is transferred in case of person-party merge: • Person information, such as graduation date, field of study, area of specialization, school name, and degrees A person's biosketch information Information pertaining to a person's role and percentage effort on a given proposal Information pertaining to a person's completed proposals and awards

• • •

The following information is transferred in case of organization-party merge: • The organization along with its multiple locations

Validations
If the master party has any information associated with it in Grants Proposal product, then the merge cannot be completed.

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Human Resources
The following information transfers to the master party record: • Corresponding personal information for employees, applicants, ex-employees, ex-applicants, contacts and other people Records from educational institutions that a person is attending or has attended and the dates of attendance Competence information or description of knowledge, skills, abilities or other characteristics of a person Information about interviews and other events related to a person Address and phone number information for the following people: • • • • • Current or former employees Current or former applicants Employee contacts





• •

Records of educational qualification, certificates, licenses, and so on for a person Previous employment information for a person

Installed Base
The following information transfers to the master party record: • Item instance's associated parties, its locations (if the location is a party site) and contacts System's install location and all of the contacts Transactions pertaining to the line details, system, party associations and location

• •

Validation
The information is transferred only if an equivalent record does not exist for the master party. You cannot merge a party that is defined as the internal party in Installed Base Install parameter setup. The Installed Base application setup requires that you set up the party owning the enterprise data as an internal party in the Installed Base installation parameters table. After you define this party as an installation parameter, you cannot merge the party with any other party. This preserves the integrity of the current data in

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the Installed Base data. If you attempt to merge this internal party with another party, then an exception will be raised and the merge will not take place.

iStore
The following information is affected when party merge takes place: • • Duplicate party's shopping lists will always be transferred to the master party. Pre-IBE.O (11.5.9) If the master party does not have express checkout setting, the duplicate party's records will be transferred. If the master party already has a record in this table, then the duplicate party's record will be deleted. IBE.O (11.5.9) Duplicate Party's record will always be deleted. If a master party does not have a minisite access restriction, the duplicate party's access restrictions (records) are transferred to the master party. If master party already has minisite party access restrictions, then the duplicate party's record will be end-dated. If the shared cart is shared with both the master party and the duplicate party, the shared cart record for the duplicate party will be deleted from this table. Otherwise all the shared carts will be transferred to the master. Duplicate party's active cart will always be deleted.

• •





iSupplier Portal
When parties are merged, the following entities are transferred to the master party from the merge-from party: • • • Payment preferences of suppliers and supplier addresses Business classifications used in supplier profile management Supplier profile change requests for prospective and approved suppliers

When parties are merged, the following entities are neither merged nor transferred to the master party from the merge-from party: • • • • Requests from the supplier to assign bank account to a supplier address Change requests from supplier on supplier addresses Notes for supplier addresses Temporary supplier address data created during Release 12 upgrade

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• • • • •

Change requests from supplier on contacts Temporary supplier contact data created during Release 12 upgrade Change requests from supplier on supplier address and supplier contacts Supplier registration data Temporary supplier data created during Release 12 upgrade

Validation
• Vetoed if the merged-from party is identified as the enterprise party created by iSupplier to represent the deploying company Vetoed if there are pending change requests in the supplier profile management tables: • POS_ACNT_ADDR_REQ: Stores requests from supplier to assign account to a supplier address POS_ADDRESS_REQUEST: Stores change requests from supplier on supplier addresses POS_CONT_ADDR_REQUESTS: Stores change requests for association between supplier address and supplier contact POS_PRODUCT_SERVICE_REQUEST: Stores change requests for product service offerings POS_BUS_CLASS_REQS: Stores change requests for supplier classifications











Internal Control Management
When parties are merged, the following entities are transferred to the master party from the merge-from party: • • • • • Assessment owners Constraint creators Certification owners Violation creators Auditors of audit procedures

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Lease Management
The following information transfers to the master party record: • • • • Lease invoice details External insurance provider and agent details Asset location detail Shipping instructions identified during the Asset Return process

Legal Entity
When parties are merged and the merge-from party is a legal authority, the following legal information will be transferred to the master party: • Legal functions that a legal entity or an establishment should perform for a given registration. Registration information of legal entities or establishments.



When parties are merged and the merge-from party is a legal contact, the following legal information will be transferred to the master party: • Legal associations between business and legal objects.

The merge is vetoed if the either the merge-from or merge-to parties are legal contacts, and the taxpayer ID's are not the same for both the merge-from parties and the master party. When the merge involves any party that is a first party legal entity (FPLE) or an establishment of a first party legal entity, the merge is vetoed.

Learning Management
When parties are merged, the following are transferred from the merge-from party to the master party: • • • Performance Event association Class and learning path enrollment data

Loans
The following information transfers to the master party record:

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• •

Loan information Loan participants (borrower, co-borrower, and guarantor) information

Marketing
The following information transfers to the master party record: • Partners who source the funds to run marketing campaigns, events, offers, and so on. Partners associated with a marketing activity such as campaigns Associations of parties to the marketing medium such as newspaper, radio, and so on. Information about the party that is registering for the event Information about the party attending the event Contact information for the registering party Contact information for the party attending the event Extra information regarding the origin and mapping details when party records are imported into the TCA registry Trade profile defined at party level Organizations that are affiliates Resources associated with an event Vendors for a marketing medium Venues such as conference centers, rooms, and so on, which can be used to hold an event Agenda information containing track and sessions Contact history (used by fatigue rules) Fatigue projections for a target group

• •

• • • • •

• • • • •

• • •

The following information is merged into the master party: • Information in the table containing the list bought from an external company that should be imported as part of any marketing activity

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Information in the table containing customers/contacts/target/ prospects generated for a list, to be used for mailshots, telemarketing, and so on. Imported records from the list import process Parties with products competing in the same market as the deploying company Parties belonging to a market segment

• • •

Offers
The following information is merged to the master party record: • • Customer contacts associated to offers Offer qualifier that is associated to the party

Order Capture
The following information transfers to the master party record: • • The header data for an order capture quotation Order line or quote information which includes the item, item organization, unit of measure, quantity ordered, and so on Shipping information for a quote



Order Management
In Advanced Pricing, you can use pricing qualifiers, which reference a party or party site when defining pricing modifiers. When orders are created, these price adjustment attributes are captured within the Order Management application. When the party or party site is merged, any references to the price adjustments are updated with the master party information.

Partner Management
When two parties are merged, the following actions take place: • • All partner memberships are terminated for the party being merged. Any pending or incomplete enrollment requests submitted by the party being merged are canceled. Profile information for the party being merged is not migrated.



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When two parties are merged, the following information is transferred to the master party: • Transaction level information for leads, opportunities, referrals, deal registrations, fund requests, and special pricing requests Lead assignment history



Validation
When two parties are merged, the channel manager assignment may not be qualified based on the territory setup for Oracle Partner Manager usages. To assign a correct channel team after the party merge, run the concurrent request program PV: Territory assignment for partners in TOTAL or INCREMENTAL mode, available under the PRM Concurrent Requests responsibility and select INCREMENT mode.

Payables
When parties are merged, the following entities are transferred to the master party from the merge-from party: • None

When parties are merged, the following entities are merged to the master party from the merge-from party: • • • • Invoices Payments Suppliers Supplier Sites

Validation
Party merge will be vetoed in the following cases: • • The associated Supplier/Supplier Sites have not been merged. There are unpaid invoices associated with the merged-from Party/Party Site.
Note: Even if the user selected ALL in the Supplier Merge, that is

not a guarantee that all invoices are transferred. After the merge, the user could have deleted the Inactive On date and entered new transactions, so in this case you cannot just rely on the Accounts Payables merge table to determine if all invoices have been merged.

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The user has not selected the Transfer PO checkbox on the Supplier Merge form.
Note: To create new purchase orders for a deactivated supplier,

first activate the supplier.



A Supplier/Supplier Site is associated with the merged-from Party/Party Site but there is not a Supplier/Supplier Site associated with the merged-to Party/Party Site. Payables must confirm that the merged-from Party/Party Site and merged-to Party/Party Site are correlated with the same merged-from Supplier/Supplier Site and merged-to Supplier/Supplier Site. For example, if Supplier A is merged into Supplier B and Supplier B is then merged into Supplier C, the user cannot merge Party A into Party C. In this case, the corresponding merged-from Party and merged-to Party are not the same.



Payments
When a party is merged, Oracle Payments checks to see the Taxpayer ID is the same for the parties. If it is, then any active payment instruments such as credit cards, debit cards, or bank accounts associated with any party is moved under the master party. If the Taxpayer ID is different, then the merge will be prevented and the user has to inactivate any payment instruments under the parties that will be merged into the surviving party. In addition to the payment instruments, a party that is a payee or payer will have payment attributes. These attributes are copied over to master party if they don't already exist there. The list of payment methods associated with the master party will include all the payment methods that were associated with any of the merged parties. Transactions for the party or parties being merged into the surviving party will be transferred to the master party.

Validation
Party Merge processes will be vetoed only when active credit cards or bank accounts exist on the merge-from party and if the taxpayer ID's are not the same.

Project Contracts
In Project Contracts, all the existing funding records from the duplicate party are merged into the master party record. The following information transfers to the master party record: • • The total funding for a funding pool contributed by a party Current and historic information regarding contract funding associated with the

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party

Projects
The following information transfers to the master party record: • • • • Project set owner External organization playing a role on a project Control items (Owner, Closed By, Last Modified by, and Assigned to Action) Progress (Published by)

Validation
You cannot merge a party that is defined as a key member on a project.

Proposals
The following information is transferred to the master party record: • • Sales proposals created for the party Information about the e-mail recipients who received the email with the proposal document

Quality
The following information transfers to the master party record: • Party data elements on collection plans
Note: If an electronic record snapshot has been made for the merge

from party, it will contain the original party name, even though the Quality Result will have the name of the master party.

For improved performance, create a custom database index on QA_RESULTS.PARTY_ID before performing a party merge, if the following conditions are met: • • Oracle Quality is installed. One or more collection plans that include Party as a collection element have been defined. These collection plans contain a large amount of results.



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Receivables
The following information transfers to the master party record: • • • Credit request associated with the party Case folder associated with the party Phone and fax information associated with the contact points for a party

Sales
The following information merges with the master party record: • • • • • • • • • • Information about a product in which the party is interested Information about sales leads associated with a party Information about the contact associated with the sales lead Forecast information for opportunities associated with a party Information about sales opportunities associated with a party Sales credits assigned to partner identified by the party Associations between a party contact and opportunity Information about competitors that exist for a sales opportunity Employee access to a party, opportunity and lead Changes to the parties and lead information that has been modified by a territory definition Information about the current environment of a party



The following information transfers to the master party record: • Customer account plan information

Service
The following information merges with the master party record: • • Service request information associated with parties Service request incident location

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• • • •

Audit information for service requests Contact point for a service request that is associated with a party Any party site used on a charge line Any site and site use that is associated to a party for a service request

Validations
If a service request has more than one contact, these contacts are merged. If duplicate contact points exist for the two contacts that were merged, and these duplicate contact points are then merged, it could result in duplicate records in CS_HZ_SR_CONTACT_POINTS. In this case, the duplicate records are deleted.

Service Contracts
The following information transfers to the master party record: • • Billing profiles: One or more billing profiles for a party Global contract defaults: Information that has to be defaulted when renewing a service contract or when creating a service contract from an order is associated with the duplicate party Service availability: Exceptions to services availability for the party Pricing Qualifiers: Parties and party sites can be used as pricing qualifiers against a service contract. Any record referring to the candidate party as the pricing qualifier is updated to look at the master party record.

• •

Shipping Execution
Party merge cannot be completed if: • • The duplicate party is a freight carrier The duplicate party has sites where a load can be tendered by the shipper

Validation
Party Merge processes will be vetoed only if the organization for which the records are being merged is WMS enabled and there is a change in ship-to address for shipment lines which are staged (picked) and packed but not yet confirmed for shipment.

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Site Management
From Site management a party of type REAL ESTATE is created whenever a internal Site is associated with a Legal Entity. Also an external site can be associated with some external party in Site Management. If two parties are merged and if from party is associated with an External Site in Site Management , the existing association is replaced with a new association with new To party in Site Management after merge. If two parties are merged and if from party is associated with an External Site in Site Management , the existing association is replaced with a new association with new To party in Site Management after merge.

Validation
Merge is not allowed if either the merge-from or the merge-to parties are real estate parties which are created from Site Management.

Sourcing
If a merge request includes either parties or party sites originally created for use in Oracle iSupplier Portal or Oracle Sourcing, the request will be denied.

Spares Management
The following information transfers to the master party record: • • Move-order header information associated with a party Pack list containing information about the parts that were shipped

Student Systems
If a merge request includes parties that have related records in Oracle Student Systems, the request will be denied.

Supply Chain Intelligence
The following information transfers to the master party record: • • • Cost of goods sold (COGS) information from the order line Past due or backordered lines Order management summary from the order header and line

When parties are merged, depot repair orders are transferred from the merge-from

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party to the master party.

Territory Manager
Note: Named accounts are setup on the party site rather than on the

party.

When party sites are merged and both merge-from and merge-to party sites are named accounts: • If both the named accounts belong to the same parent territory, then the merge-from named account and the associated sales team are deleted. If the named accounts belong to different parent territories, then the merge-to named account is added to the parent territory of the merge-from named account with the sales team of the merge-from named account. The merge-from named account is then deleted.



When party sites are merged, and the merge-from party site is setup as a named account and the merge-to party site is not a named account: • If the merge-from named account belongs to a territory whose matching rule is either DUNS or REGISTRY ID, and if the party of the merge-to party site already exists as a named account in the territory, then the merge-from named account and the associated sales team are deleted. If the merge-from named account belongs to a territory whose matching rule is either DUNS or REGISTRY ID, and if the party of the merge-to party site does not exist as a named account in the territory, then the merge-to party site will replace the merge-from party site as a named account. If the merge-from named account belongs to a territory whose matching rule is neither DUNS nor REGISTRY ID, then the merge-to party site replaces the merge-from party site as a named account.





When party sites are merged, and the merge-from party site is not a named account while the merge-to party is: • No transfers or deletes.

Trade Management
The following information transfers to the master party record: • • Broker and contact information for claims and claim history Buying group on a claim line and claim line history

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• • • • • • • • • •

Trade profiles Code conversion mappings Partner and partner contact for a resale batch Billing party and contact for a resale header Billing, shipping and sold from party and contacts for a resale interface line Billing, shipping and sold from party and contacts for a resale line End customer, reseller and partner for a special price or soft fund request Party, buying group contact and autopay party for an offer Parent party and rollup party for customer targets Budget source and vendor for budgets

Trading Community Architecture
For details regarding the TCA entities affected during Party Merge, see: Party Merge Overview, Oracle Trading Community Architecture User Guide.

Transportation Execution
The following information transfers to the master party record: • Facilities

XML Gateway
A party can be defined as a trading partner in the XML Gateway application. Therefore, if two parties are merged, then references to the trading partners is also merged. When parties are merged the following information is transferred to the master party: • • • Trading partner header information Any document logs for inbound, outbound and pass through messages Any outbound transactions logs

Related Topics
Party Merge Impact Reference by Application, page 8-22

Party and Account Merge Impact 8-21

Party and Account Merge Impact Overview, page 8-1

Party Merge Impact Reference by Application
This table shows the results of merging parties using applications in the Oracle E-Business suite, describing the affected tables, the transfer or merge action, and the validations performed for each application prior to completion of the party merge process.
Product Name Activity Based Management Advanced Global Intercompany System (AGIS) Tables affected FEM_PARTY_PROFITABILIT Y FUN_TRX_BATCHES FUN_TRX_HEADERS FUN_DIST_LINES FUN_CUSTOMER_MAPS FUN_SUPPLIER_MAPS Advanced Pricing QP_QUALIFIERS Conditionally transferred The pricing qualifier information is transferred to the master party record after ensuring that a similar qualifier does not exist for the Master Party. None Action Merged Validations None

Transferred

Vetoed if Intercompany org has existing transactions and does not have the same legal entity.

Applications Object Library

FND_ATTACHED_DOCUME NTS FND_USER

Transferred

Cash Management

CE_BANK_MERGE_V CE_BANK_BRANCHES_MER GE_V

None

Merge is vetoed in all cases.

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Product Name Collections

Tables affected IEX_CASE_CONTACTS IEX_DELINQUENCIES_ALL IEX_DUNNINGS IEX_PROMISE_DETAILS IEX_SCORE_HISTORIES IEX_STRATEGIES

Action Transferred

Validations None

Complex Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul

AHL_DOC_REVISIONS_B AHL_DOCUMENTS_B AHL_OPERATIONS_B AHL_OSP_ORDERS_B AHL_RECIPIENT_DOCUME NTS AHL_ROUTES_B AHL_SUBSCRIPTIONS_B AHL_SUPPLIER_DOCUMEN TS

Conditionally transferred

The merge takes place only if the master party does not have a similar dependent records. If Oracle Purchasing application has been installed, then the subscription information is associated to a supplier and not a party. Therefore, the merge operation does not take place. If Human Resources is installed, then the revision of documents and the approver of revision comes from HR tables. Therefore, the merge operation does not take place.

Contracts Core

OKC_K_PARTY_ROLES_B OKC_RULES_B OKC_K_ITEMS

Transferred

None

OKC_CONTACTS

Transferred

If the contact already exists for the master party, the contact is not transferred. None

CRM Foundation

JTF_FM_CONTENT_HISTOR Y_V JTF_FM_PREVIEWS_V JTF_FM_PROCESSED_V

Merged

CRM Foundation Interaction History

JTF_IH_INTERACTIONS

Transferred

None

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Product Name CRM Foundation Resource Manager CRM Foundation Tasks and Notes

Tables affected JTF_RS_RESOURCE_EXTNS

Action Conditionally transferred

Validations The resource is not transferred if the master party already has a resource defined in the resource manager application.

JTF_NOTES_B JTF_NOTE_CONTEXTS JTF_PERZ_QUERY_PARAM JTF_TASK_ASSIGNMENTS JTF_TASK_AUDITS_B JTF_TASK_CONTACTS JTF_TASK_PHONES JTF_TASK_REFERENCES_B JTF_TASKS_B

Transferred

None

CRM Foundation Territories

JTF_TTY_NAMED_ACCTS

Conditionally transferred

If the party has an associated named account an error is raised and party merge cannot be completed. In other words, if a party is assigned to a territory group that party cannot be merged to another party. None

CRM Foundation User Management Customer Care

JTF_UM_APPROVERS

The records are end-dated

CSC_CUST_PLANS CSC_CUST_PLANS_AUDIT CSC_CUSTOMERS CSC_CUSTOMERS_AUDIT_ HIST CSC_CUSTOMIZED_PLANS

Merged or transferred

If no relationship plans exist on the master party record, then the relationship plan from the duplicate party is transferred to the master party. If the master party has a relationship plan associated with it, then the relationship plan from the duplicate party is merged to it if the two plans are identical. Otherwise, the relationship plan from the duplicate party is transferred to the master party.

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Product Name E-Business Tax

Tables affected ZX_PARTY_TAX_PROFILE ZX_REGISTRATIONS

Action Merged

Validations None Veto if key fields are for same registration.

ZX_EXEMPTIONS

None

Veto if key fields are different for same exemptions. None

HZ_CODE_ASSIGNMENTS ZX_REPORT_CODES_ASSOC

Transferred

Grants Proposal

IGW_PERSON_BIOSKETCH IGW_PERSON_DEGREES IGW_PROP_LOCATIONS IGW_PROP_PERSON_SUPP ORT IGW_PROP_PERSONS

Conditionally transferred

If the master party has any information associated with it in Grants Proposal product, then the merge will not go through.

Human Resources

PER_ADDRESSES PER_ALL_PEOPLE_F PER_COMPETENCIES PER_ESTABLISHMENT_ATT ENDANCES PER_EVENTS PER_PHONES PER_PREVIOUS_EMPLOYER S PER_QUALIFICATIONS

Transferred

The parties should be of type person.

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Product Name Installed Base

Tables affected CSI_I_PARTIES CSI_ITEM_INSTANCES CSI_SYSTEMS_B CSI_T_PARTY_DETAILS CSI_T_TXN_LINE_DETAILS CSI_T_TXN_SYSTEMS

Action Conditionally transferred

Validations The information is transferred only if an equivalent record does not exist for the master party. You cannot merge a party that is defined as the internal party in the Installed Base Install parameter setup. The Installed Base application setup requires that the party owing the enterprise data be setup as an internal party in the Installed Base installation parameters table. Once defined as an installation parameter in Installed Base, this party cannot be merged with any other party to preserve the integrity of data already existing in Installed Base.If you try to merge this internal party with another, an exception will be raised and the merge will not take place.

iStore

IBE_ACTIVE_QUOTES_ALL IBE_MSITE_PRTY_ACCSS IBE_ORD_ONECLICK_ALL IBE_SH_QUOTE_ACCESS IBE_SH_SHP_LISTS

Transferred

If master party doesn't have minisite access restriction, the duplicate party's access restrictions (records) will be transferred to the master party. If master party already has minisite party access restrictions, then the duplicate party's record will be end-dated. If the shared cart is shared with both the master party and the duplicate party, the shared cart record for the duplicate party will be deleted from this table. Otherwise all the shared carts will be transferred to the master party.

iSupplier Portal

POS_ACNT_PAY_PREF POS_ADDRESS_NOTES POS_SUPPLIER_REGISTRAT IONS

None

POS_BUS_CLASS_ATTR POS_SUPPLIER_MAPPINGS

Transferred

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Product Name

Tables affected POS_ADDRESS_UPGRADE POS_CONTACT_UPGRADE POS_VENDOR_UPG_TMP

Action None

Validations Not needed after upgrade to R12.

POS_ACCT_ADDR_REQ POS_ADDRESS_REQUESTS POS_CONT_ADDR_REQUES TS POS_CONTACT_REQUESTS

None

Veto merge if there is a pending request in the table.

Internal Control Management

AMW_ASSESSMENTS_B AMW_CONSTRAINTS_B AMW_CERTIFICATION_B AMW_VIOLATIONS AMW_AP_EXECUTIONS

Transferred

None

Lease Management

OKL_CNSLD_AR_HDRS_B OKL_EXT_SELL_INVS_B OKL_INS_POLICIES_B OKL_OPEN_INT OKL_RELOCATE_ASSETS_B OKL_TRX_AR_INVOICES_B OKL_TXL_ITM_INSTS OKL_TXL_RCPT_APPS_B

Transferred

None

Legal Entity Configurator

XLE_ENTITY_PROFILES XLE_ETB_PROFILES XLE_ASSOCIATIONS XLE_REGISTRATIONS XLE_REG_FUNCTIONS

Veto Merge

Vetoed for FPLE only. Vetoed for FP Establishments only.

Transferred

Vetoed if taxpayer ID is not the same. None None

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Product Name Learning Management

Tables affected OTA_ATTEMPTS OTA_SCORM_OBJ_ATTEMP TS OTA_SCORM_OBJ_PERFS OTA_SCORM_OBJECTIVES OTA_LO_SCORM_OBJECTIV ES OTA_EVENT_ASSOCIATIO NS OTA_DELEGATE_BOOKING S OTA_LP_ENROLLMENTS OTA_LP_MEMBER_ENROLL MENTS

Action Transferred

Validations None

Loans

LNS_LOAN_HEADERS_ALL LNS_PARTICIPANTS

Transferred

None

Marketing

AMS_IMP_SOURCE_LINES AMS_LIST_ENTRIES AMS_PARTY_SOURCES AMS_PARTY_MARKET_SEG MENTS AMS_COMPETITOR_PRODU CTS_B

Merged

None

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Product Name

Tables affected AMS_AGENDAS_B AMS_IBA_PL_SITES_B AMS_ACT_PARTNERS AMS_ACT_RESOURCES AMS_CHANNELS_B AMS_EVENT_REGISTRATIO NS AMS_TCOP_CONTACTS AMS_TCOP_CHANNEL_SU MMARY AMS_TCOP_CONTACT_SU MMARY AMS_TCOP_PRVW_CONTA CTS AMS_TCOP_PRVW_FTG_DT LS AMS_VENUES_B

Action Transferred

Validations None

Offers Order Capture

AMS_OFFER_PARTIES ASO_QUOTE_HEADERS_AL L ASO_QUOTE_LINES_ALL ASO_SHIPMENTS

Merged Transferred

None None

Order Management

OE_PRICE_ADJ_ATTRIBS

Transferred

None

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Product Name Partner Management

Tables affected PV_ASSIGNMENT_LOGS PV_ENTY_ATTR_VALUES PV_LEAD_ASSIGNMENTS PV_LEAD_PSS_LINES PV_SEARCH_ATTR_VALUE S PV_GE_PARTY_NOTIFICATI ONS PV_PARTNER_ACCESSES PV_TAP_ACCESS_TERRS PV_TAP_BATCH_CHG_PAR TNERS PV_REFERRALS_B PV_GE_PTNR_RESPS

Action Transferred

Validations The responsibilities stored in the PV_GE_PTNR_RESPS table for the party being merged are revoked. The responsibilities stored in the PV_GE_PTNR_RESPS table associated with the master party are granted to the users of the party being merged.

PV_PG_ENRL_REQUESTS

Cancelled

All incomplete or submitted Enrollment Requests for the party being merged are canceled. All memberships for the party being merged are terminated. The status of the party being merged is set to M. The Profile is not migrated. If no veto.

PV_PG_MEMBERSHIPS

Terminated

PV_PARTNER_PROFILES

Merged

Payables

AP_SUPPLIERS AP_SUPPLIER_SITES_ALL AP_INVOICES_ALL AP_CHECKS_ALL

Transferred

Payments

IBY_CREDITCARD

Merged

Taxpayer ID is the same.

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Product Name

Tables affected IBY_ACCOUNT_OWNERS IBY_EXTERNAL_PAYEES_A LL IBY_EXTERNAL_PAYERS_A LL IBY_PMT_INSTR_USES_ALL

Action Merged or Transferred

Validations Taxpayer ID is the same.

IBY_DOCS_PAYABLE_ALL IBY_EXT_PARTY_PMT_MET HODS IBY_FNDCPT_TX_EXTENSIO NS IBY_PAYMENTS_ALL IBY_TRXN_SUMMARIES_AL L

Transferred

Taxpayer ID is the same.

Project Contracts

OKE_K_FUNDING_SOURCE S OKE_K_FUNDING_SOURCE S_H OKE_POOL_PARTIES

Transferred

None

Projects

PA_CI_ACTIONS PA_CONTROL_ITEMS PA_PERCENT_COMPLETES PA_PROJECT_REQUESTS PA_RESOURCE_TXN_ATTRI BUTES PA_CI_IMPACTS PA_PROJECT_SETS_B

Conditionally transferred

You cannot merge a party that is defined as a key member on a project.

Proposals

PRP_EMAIL_RECIPIENTS PRP_PROPOSALS

Transferred

None

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Product Name Quality Receivables

Tables affected QA_RESULTS AR_CMGT_CASE_FOLDERS AR_CMGT_CREDIT_REQUE STS AR_CUSTOMER_CALLS_AL L AR_CUSTOMER_CALLS_TO PICS

Action Transferred Transferred

Validations None None

Sales

AS_ACCESSES_ALL AS_CHANGED_ACCOUNTS _ALL AS_CURRENT_ENVIRONME NT AS_INTERESTS_ALL AS_LEAD_COMPETITORS AS_LEAD_CONTACTS_ALL AS_LEADS_ALL AS_OPP_WORKSHEET_LINE S AS_SALES_CREDITS AS_SALES_CREDITS_DENO RM AS_SALES_LEAD_CONTAC TS AS_SALES_LEADS

Merged

None

AS_ACCOUNT_PLANS

Transferred

None

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Product Name Service

Tables affected CS_ESTIMATE_DETAILS CS_HZ_SR_CONTACT_POIN TS CS_INCIDENTS_ALL_B CS_INCIDENTS_ AUDIT_B

Action Merged

Validations If a Service Request has more than one contact, then these contacts are merged. If duplicate contact points exist for the two contacts that were merged, and these duplicate contact points are then merged, then it could result in duplicate records in CS_HZ_SR_CONTACT_POINTS. In this case, the duplicate records are deleted.

CS_CHG_SUB_RESTRICTIO NS OKS_BILLING_PROFILES_B OKS_K_DEFAULTS OKS_SERV_AVAIL_EXCEPT S OKS_QUALIFIERS

Transferred

None

Service Contracts

Transferred

None

Shipping Execution

WSH_CARRIERS WSH_CARRIER_SITES

None

If the party has been used as a freight carrier or has carrier sites, then the merge cannot be completed. If party is not a real estate party.

Site Management

RRS_SITES_B

Merged

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Product Name Sourcing

Tables affected PON_ATTRIBUTE_LISTS PON_AUCTION_EVENTS PON_AUCTION_HEADERS_ ALL PON_AUCTION_TEMPLATE S PON_BIDDERS_LISTS PON_BIDDING_PARTIES PON_BID_HEADERS PON_CONTRACTS PON_DISCUSSIONS PON_PARTY_PREFERENCES PON_TE_RECIPIENTS PON_TE_VIEW_AUDIT PON_THREADS PON_THREAD_ENTRIES

Action None

Validations If the party has a Sourcing use, then the merge request will be denied.

Spares Management

CSP_MOVEORDER_HEADE RS CSP_PACKLIST_HEADERS

Transferred

None

Student Systems

All tables with an IGS_ prefix

None

If the party is linked to records in any Student Systems table, the merge request will be denied. None

Supply Chain Intelligence

OPI_DBI_COGS_F ISC_BOOK_SUM2_PDUE_F ISC_BOOK_SUM2_PDUE2_F ISC_BOOK_SUM2_BKORD_F ISC_BOOK_SUM2_F ISC_DR_REPAIR_ORDERS_F

Transferred

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Product Name Territory Manager

Tables affected JTF_TERR_VALUES_ALL JTF_TTY_NAMED_ACCTS

Action Transferred Transferred or Deleted Transferred

Validations None

Trade Management

OZF_CLAIMS_ALL OZF_CLAIMS_HISTORY_AL L OZF_CLAIM_LINES_ALL OZF_CLAIM_LINES_HIST_A LL OZF_CUST_TRD_PRFLS_AL L OZF_CODE_CONVERSIONS _ALL OZF_RESALE_BATCHES_AL L OZF_RESALE_LINES_INT_A LL OZF_RESALE_HEADERS_AL L OZF_RESALE_LINES_ALL OZF_REQUEST_HEADERS_ ALL_B OZF_OFFERS OZF_ACTIVITY_CUSTOMER S OZF_ACCOUNT _ALLOCATIONS OZF_ACT_BUDGETS

None

Trading Community Architecture Transportation Execution

See: Party Merge Overview, Oracle Trading Community Architecture User Guide. FTE_LOCATION_PARAMET ERS

Transferred

None

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Product Name XML Gateway

Tables affected ECX_DOCLOGS ECX_OUTBOUND_LOGS ECX_TP_HEADERS

Action Transferred

Validations None

Related Topics
Party Merge Impact, page 8-2 Party and Account Merge Impact Overview, page 8-1

Account Merge Impact
This section provides details regarding how account merge affects the data in different applications within the Oracle E-Business Suite.

Advanced Global Intercompany System (AGIS)
When two customer accounts are merged, the master account will replace the merge-from account in any netting agreements including the merge-from account. Similarly, the master account site use will replace the merge-from account site use in any netting agreements including the merge-from account site use. If the merge results in having duplicate entries of customers or customer site uses in a given netting agreement, the lower priority customer or customer site use entry will be removed from the netting agreement.

Advanced Pricing
The Advanced Pricing merge process transfers the following information to the master account: • Customer accounts and account sites can be used as pricing qualifiers in the Advanced Pricing application. Any record referring to the candidate customer account or site as the pricing qualifier is updated to look at the master customer account or site record. Any agreements associated with the customer account or account sites.



Collections
The following information transfers to the master account record:

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The debtor's promise to pay Promise to pay history associated with the customer account

Contracts Core
The following information transfers to the master account record: • • • Customer account in contract tables Customer account, customer address and customer site mentioned in rules References to contract line and item that has been associated with the duplicate account or account site If the accounts belong to different parties, then the party role record is updated with the master party information



CRM Foundation - Interaction History
During account merge, all interaction activity information associated with the duplicate account is transferred to the master account record.

CRM Foundation - Tasks
Tasks can be opened by a customer or on their behalf. The task has to be associated to the correct customer account or account site. Therefore, when customer accounts are being merged, the tasks are transferred to the master customer account.

Validations
The following logic has been incorporated to ensure that the tasks look at the correct account site information: • If the accounts being merged belong to the same party then the party site information is not updated. If the accounts being merged belong to different parties and duplicate account has both party site and corresponding, account site information then the task is updated to look at the surviving party, party site and account. If the accounts being merged belong to different parties and duplicate account has both party site does NOT have corresponding account site information then the merge is declined.





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Customer Care
The Customer Care merge process transfers information to the master account about relationship plans, which allow companies to automate their customer service practices and provide a proactive and consistent way to take care of the customers needs.

E-Business Tax
Validations • If the addresses are set up for tax validation in Geography Hierarchy, then the address elements defined in the tax usage must match. If one address is created with different values for these address elements, then you cannot merge these two addresses. See: Managing Validations, Oracle Trading Community Architecture Administration Guide. For example, Address 1 is created in a country that is set up with City, County and State as fields that are mandatory for tax validation. Address 2 is created in the same country. To merge these two addresses, the city, county, and state for both addresses must be exactly the same. • If the addresses are not set up for tax validation in Geography Hierarchy, then you can merge the addresses as long as the country is the same. If you have addresses, one who is setup for tax validation and one who is not, then you cannot merge the addresses.



Exchange
If the duplicate account belongs to an exchange user, then the exchange application does not allow the merge to go through.

Federal Financials
The following information transfers to the master account record: • • • Customer finance charge information associated with the account AR/AP netting customer vendor reference information Interagency information used by the FMS Form 224 Statement of Transaction report, SF 1081 Voucher and Schedule of Withdrawals and Credit process Cash receipt batch information used by the Federal Cash receipt process Finance charges information associated with invoices entered in Receivables

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Receivables transactions created by the IPAC Transaction process Cash receipt batch information associated to the account site use

Global Accounting Engine
When two customer accounts are being merged, accounting events are generated. An accounting event is a note in Oracle Applications to indicate that something relevant has occurred and that accounting entries should be generated. Later, when they are translated, these accounting events generate new accounting entries against the control accounts of the candidate and the master records. This has the net effect of transferring the control account balances from the candidate record to the master record.

Global Financials
The impact of account merge on the data in Global Financials is as follows:

Global Financials Common Country Features
Oracle Receivables lets you charge interest against customers who have overdue or late invoices. The interest charged on a customer's overdue invoices and late payments are charged to the customer account. When two customer accounts are merged, the Interest invoices are transferred from the duplicate customer account to the master customer account's bill-to site.

Oracle Financials for Asia Pacific
The Oracle Financials for Korea has some global descriptive flexfield information associated at the account site level. This information is merged when two customer accounts are merged.

Oracle Financials for Latin America
When you merge accounts using the Receivables module in the Oracle Financials for Brazil, this transfers the following information to the master account: • • • • • Bank return documents associated with the customer account. Remittance occurrences for collection documents. Related follow up occurrences for the remittance occurrence. Payment schedule information. Accounting entries that have been successfully transferred from the subledgers to Oracle General Ledger.

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Oracle Financials for Brazil also has some global descriptive flexfield information (Tax Payer ID) associated at the account site level. This information is merged when two customer accounts are merged.

For the Receivables module of Oracle Financials for Latin America, the following information is deleted when two accounts are merged: • • • • Tax profile information which determines tax for a customer account site Exceptions to determine tax for a customer account site Legal messages for tax rules defined for the customer account Rules for determining tax that is associated with the account or account site

Oracle Financials for Argentina has some global descriptive flexfield information (Tax Payer ID) associated at the account level. This information is merged when two customer accounts are merged. Oracle Financials for Chile has some global descriptive flexfield information (Tax Payer ID) associated at the account level. This information is merged when two customer accounts are merged. Oracle Financials for Colombia has some global descriptive flexfield information (Tax Payer ID) associated at the account level. This information is merged when two customer accounts are merged.

Grants Accounting
The following information transfers to the master account record: • Award information regarding grants received from a funding agency for execution of projects Contact information for the awards The send-to information for the reports present for the award and installments being transferred

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Incentive Compensation
The following information is transferred to the master customer account: • Transactional data collected from external systems such as Receivables and stored in interface table in Sales Compensation application The same transactional data that is validated and loaded into the Commission headers table



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Installed Base
The following information transfers to the master account record: • • • • Instance's owner party account, bill-to and ship-to addresses System's owner account, bill-to and ship-to addresses Transactions pertaining to system's bill-to and ship-to addresses Transactions pertaining to party accounts and their bill-to and ship-to addresses

Inventory
The following information merges with the master account record: • • Items demand and reservation information associated with a customer account Record of every material transaction of a serialized unit in the inventory that is associated with a customer account

iStore
The following information is taken care of as part of account merge: • • Duplicate account's shopping lists will always be transferred to the master account. Pre-IBE.O (11.5.9) If master account does not have express checkout setting, the duplicate account's records will be transferred. If master account already has a record in this table, then the duplicate account's record will be deleted. IBE.O (11.5.9) Duplicate account's record will always be deleted. If the shared cart is shared to both the master account and the duplicate account, the shared cart record for the duplicate account will be deleted from this table. Otherwise all the shared carts will be transferred to the master. Duplicate party's active cart will always be deleted.

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Validations iStore account merge doesn't allow merge across organizations.

Loans
The following information transfers to the master account record:

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Loan information Loan participants (borrower, co-borrower, and guarantor) information

Master Scheduling and Planning
The following information transfers to the master account record: • • • • • Forecast consumption information associated with the customer account Material requirements forecasts associated with the customer account Forecast over-consumption entries associated with the customer account Information regarding changes to sales order that affects forecast consumption Sourcing information of an item in an organization

Multi -Currency Credit Checking
Information about the relationship between a credit limit and a credit usage rule set can be associated with a customer account or with a customer account site. The credit usage rule defines the set of currencies that shares a predefined credit limit during the credit checking process. When two customer accounts are merged, the credit usage information for the duplicate customer account is deleted.

Order Capture
The following information transfers to the master account record: • The header data for an order capture quotation that is associated with a customer account Order line or quote information, which includes the item, item organization, unit of measure, quantity ordered, and so on Shipping information for a quote





Order Management
The following information transfers to the master account record: • • • Order header and header history information Order header acknowledgment information Order line details and history information

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Order line acknowledgment information Attachment rules of an order Defaulting rules associated with the customer account or account sites Processing constraint associated with the account or site Holds defined to halt the processing of orders and returns Hip tolerances for an item that is at the account or account site level Sets for an order for shipping at site level

Partner Management
The following information merges with the master account record: • Partner referrals and deal registrations

Payables
Payables stores the bank information related to the customer. When you merge customer accounts, the bank accounts are transferred to the master customer account or account site uses. If the master customer account or account site use has more than one primary bank for the same currency, the primary flag of the most recently updated customer account or site use is cleared.

Payments
When customer accounts are merged, then any active payment instruments such as credit cards, debit cards, or bank accounts associated with any merging account are moved under the master account. In addition to the payment instruments, an account will have payment attributes. These attributes are copied over to the master account if they don't already exist there. The list of payment methods associated with the master account will include all the payment methods that were associated with any of the merged accounts. Transactions for the account or accounts being merged into the surviving account will be transferred to the master account.

Projects
When two customer accounts merge, the following information is updated to look at the master customer account:

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Project information • • • • • Project customer and customer billing contribution Project customer bill-to and ship-to addresses Project customer contacts Customer billing retention setup Work sites defined at the task level

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Agreements Invoice information • • Draft invoice bill-to and ship-to addresses Draft invoice lines work site



Inter-company billing customer

Validation
If the resulting customer account has more than ninety-nine agreements, then the merge cannot be completed.

Property Manager
The following information transfers to the master account record: • • • Billing terms of leases associated with the duplicate customer account Billing items associated with the billing terms Space assignments belonging to a customer account

Provisioning
In Service Fulfillment Manager, when two customer accounts are merged, the following information is affected: • • SFM Order headers are transferred to the master customer account The Install at site at the SFM Order Line level is set to the new customer site

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Public Sector Financials (International)
The following information transfers to the master account record: • Dialog unit, which is a collection of transactions requiring approval of Oracle Receivables and Payables sub-ledger transactions Transaction unit, which consists of dialog units batched together for approval Dunning charges linked to dunned payment schedules Extensions of the dunning letter set lines which holds the values for multiple currencies for each letter in the dunning letter set Associations between customer accounts and suppliers Standard charge information for generating periodical invoices Records for deriving transactions available for netting purposes Information on single third party netting transactions

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Purchasing
In purchasing, the following information is impacted when two customer accounts are merged: • For requisition lines sourced internally (Internal requisitions), the deliver to location is updated to point to the location associated with the new Customer Account

Receivables
The following information transfers to the master account record: • • Record of the calls made for a past due customer account or transaction Correspondence information such as account statements, dunning letters, and customer calls available for an account Consolidated billing invoice information associated with the duplicate customer account Receipt information associated with the customer account Information about any activity that occurs against an invoice, debit memo, chargeback, credit memo, on-account credit, or receipt



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Invoice, debit memo, commitment, bills receivable, and credit memo header information associated with the customer account Transaction header and line information Tax exemption details for either customer accounts and sites Transactions present in the AutoInvoice interface tables Receipts present in the Postbatch interim tables Credit request associated with the customer account Case folder associated with the customer account Transactions present in the summary tables and associated with the customer account

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Release Management
The following information is transferred to the master customer account or account site: • • Cumulative accounting (CUM) key values associated with the account or site Header and line level schedule information associated with accounts

Service
All the service requests associated with the customer accounts are merged with the records in the merge master account.

Service Contracts
The following information transfers to the master account or site: • The billing profile contains the customer's billing address, as well as other billing information such as summary or detailed bill and so on. The billing profile information attached to the duplicate record is transferred to the master account site. Accounts and account sites can be used as pricing qualifiers against a service contract. Any record referring to the candidate account or account site as the pricing qualifier is updated to look at the master account or account site record.



Shipping Execution
The following information transfers to the master account record:

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Picking rules associated with the account. Picking batches associated with the account. Delivery information associated with the account. Trip stop information associated with the customer account. Calendar information associated with the customer account.

The following information is transferred to the master record during account or site merge: • • Calendar assignments associated with accounts or account sites. If the delivery lines are shipped, then that information is transferred to the account or site. If the delivery lines are not shipped, not packed, and not assigned to a delivery, then the lines, account and locations are transferred. If delivery lines are not shipped, packed into a container, and not assigned to a delivery, then lines account and locations are transferred, lines are unpacked from container, and exception is logged against the immediate container. If delivery lines are not shipped or assigned to a delivery but not packed, then lines account and locations are transferred. After transfer, if a delivery happens to have delivery lines with more than one location, then the transferred delivery lines are unassigned from the delivery and an exception is logged against the delivery. • If delivery lines are not shipped, packed into a container, and assigned to a delivery, then lines account and locations are transferred. After transfer, if a delivery happens to have delivery lines with more than one location, then the transferred delivery lines are unpacked and unassigned from the delivery and an exception is logged against the delivery. • Open deliveries, their associated containers account, and locations are transferred. After transfer, if a stop happens to have delivery with more than one location, then the transferred delivery is unassigned from the trip stop and an exception is logged against the trip stop. Stop's locations associated with transferred deliveries are transferred. Open empty deliveries account and locations are transferred.







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Validation
The locations for completed shipments are not merged. Account Merge processes will be vetoed only if the organization for which the records are being merged is WMS enabled and there is a change in ship-to address for shipment lines which are staged (picked) and packed but not yet confirmed for shipment.

Spares Management
Resources with ship to address can be assigned to a customer account. When two customer accounts are merged, the resource is merged with the record associated with the master customer account.

Trade Management
The following information is transferred to the master account record: • • • • Account and product information required by Account Manager Dashboard Account for customer targets Beneficiary and account for an offer Billing and shipping account and account relationship information for a claim and claim history Buying group on a claim line and claim line history Code conversion mappings End customer, partner and reseller account for a request header Funds utilized Retail price information for products Trade profiles

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Trading Community Architecture
In TCA the following information is transferred when two accounts are merged: • • Roles that a party performs in relation to a customer accounts Account relationships associated with the customer account

The following information is copied to the master customer account

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• •

Account sites associated with the duplicate customer account Contact points associated with the customer account if the two customer accounts being merged belong to different parties Contacts are copied if a matching record cannot be found in the master record



The following information is merged during customer account merge: • • Customer profile classes Customer profile class amounts

Training Administration
The following information transfers to the master account record: • • • • Information related to customer's agreement Information about student enrollment Finance charge information associated with an account Information regarding the relationship between an event or a class with a customer account Training history associated with the customer account



Related Topics
Account Merge Impact Reference by Application, page 8-49 Party and Account Merge Impact Overview, page 8-1

Account Merge Impact Reference by Application
This table shows the results of merging customer accounts using applications in the Oracle E-Business suite, describing the affected tables, the transfer or merge action, and the validations performed for each application prior to completion of the account merge process.

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Product Name Advanced Global Intercompany System (AGIS) Advanced Pricing

Tables affected FUN_NET_CUSTOMERS_ALL

Action Transferred

Validations None

QP_QUALIFIERS OE_AGREEMENTS_B

Conditionally transferred

The pricing qualifier information is transferred to the master party record after ensuring that a similar qualifier does not exist for the Master account or account site. None None

Collections Contracts Core

IEX_PROMISE_DETAILS OKC_K_ITEMS OKC_K_PARTY_ROLES_B OKC_RULES_B

Transferred Transferred

CRM Foundation Interaction History CRM Foundation Tasks

JTF_IH_ACTIVITIES

Transferred

None

JTF_TASKS_AUDITS_B JTF_TASKS_B JTF_PERZ_QUERY_PARAM

Transferred

The following logic has been incorporated to ensure that the tasks look at the correct account site information: If the accounts being merged belong to the same party, then the party site information is not updated If the accounts being merged belong to different parties and duplicate account has both party site and corresponding account site information, then the task is updated to look at the surviving party, party site and account. If the accounts being merged belong to different parties and the duplicate account does not have corresponding account site information, then merge is declined.

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Product Name Customer Care

Tables affected CSC_CUST_PLANS CSC_CUST_PLANS_AUDIT CSC_CUSTOMERS CSC_CUSTOMERS_AUDIT_HI ST CSC_CUSTOMIZED_PLANS

Action Merged

Validations None

E-Business Tax

ZX_PARTY_TAX_PROFILE

Both Merge and Transfer None

None

E-Business Tax

HZ_GEO_NAME_REFERENCE S

Vetoed in certain conditions.

Exchange

None

If the party has an Exchange use, then the request will be denied. None

Federal Financials

FV_CUST_FINANCE_CHRGS_ ALL FV_CUST_VEND_XREFS FV_INTERAGENCY_FUNDS_A LL FV_INTERIM_CASH_RECEIPT S_ALL FV_INVOICE_FINANCE_CHR GS_ALL FV_IPAC_TRX_ALL

Transferred

Global Accounting Engine

AX_EVENTS

Transferred

New accounting entries are created which have the effect of transferring information None

Global Financial Financials Common country

JG_ZZ_INTEREST_INVOICES_ ALL

Transferred

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Product Name Global Financials Latin America Localization

Tables affected For Brazil: JL_BR_AR_BANK_RETURNS JL_BR_AR_OCCURENCE_DOC S JL_BR_AR_PAY_SCH_UPD JL_BR_BALANCES_ALL JL_BR_JOURNALS_ALL

Action Transferred

Validations None

For LTE: JL_ZZ_AR_TX_CUS_CLS_ALL JL_ZZ_AR_TX_EXC_CUS_ALL JL_ZZ_AR_TX_LGL_MSG_ALL

Transferred

None Deleted

Grants Accounting

GMS_AWARDS_ALL GMS_AWARDS_CONTACTS GMS_DEFAULT_REPORTS GMS_REPORTS

Transferred

None

Incentive Compensation

CN_COMM_LINES_API_ALL CN_COMMISSION_HEADERS _ALL CSI_IP_ACCOUNTS CSI_ITEM_INSTANCES CSI_SYSTEMS_B CSI_T_PARTY_ACCOUNTS CSI_T_TXN_SYSTEMS

Transferred

None

Installed Base

Transferred

None

Inventory

MTL_DEMAND MTL_UNIT_TRANSACTIONS

Merged

None

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Product Name iStore

Tables affected IBE_ACTIVE_QUOTES_ALL IBE_ORD_ONECLICK_ALL IBE_SH_QUOTE_ACCESS IBE_SH_SHP_LISTS

Action

Validations iStore account merge doesn't allow merge across organizations. If the shared cart is shared to both the master account and the duplicate account, the shared cart record for the duplicate account will be deleted from this table. Otherwise all the shared carts will be transferred to the master account.

Loans

LNS_LOAN_HEADERS_ALL LNS_PARTICIPANTS

Transferred

None

Master Schedule and Planning

MRP_FORECAST_DATES MRP_FORECAST_DESIGNAT ORS MRP_FORECAST_UPDATES MRP_SALES_ORDER_UPDATE S MRP_SR_ASSIGNMENTS

Transferred

None

Multi-Currency Credit checking Order Capture

HZ_CREDIT_USAGES

Deleted

None

ASO_QUOTE_HEADERS_ALL ASO_QUOTE_LINES_ALL ASO_SHIPMENTS

Transferred

None

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Product Name Order Management

Tables affected OE_ATTACHMENT_RULE_EL EMENTS OE_CUST_ITEM_SETTINGS OE_SETS OE_DEF_ATTR_DEF_RULES OE_DEF_CONDN_ELEMS OE_DROP_SHIP_SOURCES OE_HEADER_ACKS OE_HEADERS_IFACE_ALL OE_HOLD_SOURCES OE_LINE_ACKS OE_LINES_IFACE_ALL OE_ORDER_HEADER_HISTOR Y OE_ORDER_HEADERS_ALL OE_ORDER_LINES_ALL OE_ORDER_LINES_HISTORY OE_PC_VTMPLT_COLS

Action Merged

Validations None

Partner Management Payables Payments

PV_REFERRALS_B

Merged

None

AP_BANK_ACCOUNTS_ALL IBY_CREDITCARD IBY_ACCOUNT_OWNERS IBY_EXTERNAL_PAYEES_ALL IBY_EXTERNAL_PAYERS_ALL IBY_PMT_INSTR_USES_ALL

Transferred Merged Merged or Transferred

None Taxpayer ID is the same. Taxpayer ID is the same.

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Product Name

Tables affected IBY_DOCS_PAYABLE_ALL IBY_EXT_PARTY_PMT_METH ODS IBY_FNDCPT_TX_EXTENSION S IBY_PAYMENTS_ALL IBY_TRXN_SUMMARIES_ALL

Action Transferred

Validations Taxpayer ID is the same.

Projects

PA_AGREEMENTS PA_DRAFT_INVOICE_ITEMS PA_PROJECT_CONTACTS PA_PROJECT_CUSTOMERS PA_TASKS PA_IMPLEMENTATIONS_ALL

Transferred

If the resulting customer account has more than ninety-nine agreements, then the merge cannot be completed.

Property Manager

PN_PAYMENT_TERMS_ALL PN_SPACE_ASSIGN_EMP_AL L

Transferred

None

Provisioning

XDP_ORDER_HEADERS XDP_ORDER_LINE_ITEMS

Transferred

None

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Product Name Public Sector Financials (International)

Tables affected IGI_DUN_CHARGE_ALL IGI_DUN_CUST_LETTER_SET_ LINES IGI_EXP_DIAL_UNIT_DEF_AL L IGI_EXP_TRAN_UNIT_DEF_A LL IGI_PO_VENDORS IGI_RA_CUSTOMERS IGI_RPI_STANDING_CHARGE S_ALL IGI_STP_CANDIDATES_ALL IGI_STP_PACKAGES_ALL

Action Transferred

Validations None

Purchasing

PO_REQUISITION_LINES_ALL

Transferred

None

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Product Name Receivables

Tables affected AR_CASH_RECEIPTS AR_CMGT_CASE_FOLDERS AR_CMGT_CREDIT_REQUEST S AR_CONS_INV AR_CORRESPONDENCES AR_CUSTOMER_CALL_TOPIC S AR_INTERIM_CASH_RECEIPT _LINES AR_INTERIM_CASH_RECEIPT S AR_PAYMENT_SCHEDULES AR_TRX_BAL_SUMMARY AR_TRX_SUMMARY RA_CUSTOMER_TRX RA_INTERFACE_LINES RA_TAX_EXEMPTIONS RA_TAX_EXEMPTIONS_ALL

Action Transferred

Validations None

Release Management

RLM_CUST_ITEM_CUM_KEYS RLM_INTERFACE_HEADERS RLM_INTERFACE_LINES RLM_SCHEDULE_HEADERS RLM_SCHEDULE_LINES

Transferred

Vetoed under certain conditions

Service Service Contracts

CS_INCIDENTS_ALL_B OKS_BILLING_PROFILES_B

Merged Transferred

None None

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Product Name Shipping Execution

Tables affected WSH_CALENDAR_ASSIGNME NTS WSH_DELIVERY_DETAILS WSH_NEW_DELIVERIES WSH_TRIP_STOPS WSH_PICKING_BATCHES WSH_PICKING_RULES

Action Transferred

Validations Vetoed under certain conditions.

Spares Management Trade Management

CSP_RS_CUST_RELATIONS

Merged

None

OZF_CLAIMS_ALL OZF_CLAIMS_HISTORY_ ALL OZF_CLAIM_LINES_ALL OZF_CLAIMS_LINES_HIST_A LL OZF_CUST_TRD_PRFLS_ALL OZF_CODE_CONVERSIONS_ ALL OZF_FUNDS_UTILIZED_ALL_ B OZF_REQUEST_HEADERS_AL L_B OZF_OFFERS OZF_ACTIVITY_CUSTOMERS OZF_ACCOUNT_ALLOCATIO NS OZF_CUST_DAILY_FACTS OZF_RETAIL_PRICE_POINTS

Transferred

None

Trading Community Architecture

HZ_CUST_ACCOUNT_ROLES HZ_CUST_RELATE_ALL

Transferred

None

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Product Name

Tables affected HZ_CONTACT_POINTS HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITE_USES HZ_CUST_ACCT_SITES HZ_ORG_CONTACTS

Action Copied

Validations The contact points are copied if the customer accounts being merged belong to different parties. The org contacts are copied if a matching record does not exist in the master customer account.

HZ_CUST_PROFILE_CLASS_A MTS HZ_CUST_PROFILE_CLASSES

Merged

None

Training Administration

OTA_BOOKING_DEALS OTA_DELEGATE_BOOKINGS OTA_FINANCE_HEADERS OTA_EVENT_ASSOCIATIONS OTA_NOTRNG_HISTORIES

Transferred

None

Related Topics
Account Merge Impact, page 8-36 Party and Account Merge Impact Overview, page 8-1

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Glossary account The business relationship that a party can enter in to with another party. The account has information about the terms and conditions of doing business with the party. account relationship A relationship that implies financial responsibility between the owners of the accounts. For example, a customer account relationship lets you apply payments to and create invoices for related customers, as well as apply invoices to related customers' commitments. account role The role that a party has in regard to controlling or using an account, for example, owner, authorized user, or contact. account site A party site that is used within the context of an account, for example, for billing or shipping purposes. acquisition The part of the DQM matching process that matches input record attributes against the attributes in the staged schema to get a smaller group of records that form the work unit. This process narrows down the records that can be scored in the scoring part of the matching process. acquisition attribute Attributes used for selecting the most relevant subset of records for matching, or the work unit. For example, to get records based on D-U-N-S Number, you include the D-U-N-S Number attribute for acquisition. adapter A device that enables different pieces of software to be compatible. In the context of address validation, adapters facilitate integration between the TCA Registry and a third party or a deploying company data source.

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area code time zone A time zone that corresponds to a specific area code, used for countries that have multiple time zones. attribute Corresponds to a column in a TCA Registry table, and the attribute value is the value that is stored in the column. For example, Name is an attribute and the actual values of party names are stored in a column in the HZ_PARTIES table. attribute group A group of closely related attributes within the same entity. Each group has a primary attribute. The values for each attribute in a group must come from the same data source. automatic merge threshold Value used in DQM matching to evaluate match scores. A record with a score that exceeds the automatic merge threshold is by default selected for party merge. batch de-duplication The process within TCA Bulk Import of identifying and resolving duplicates within an import batch. The duplicates are resolved in the interface tables, before actual import into the TCA Registry. black box An abstraction of a device or system in which only its externally visible behavior is considered and not its implementation or inner workings. In the context of TCA adapters for address validation, a black box is a central XML open-standards based functionality that allows integration between the TCA Registry and third party or other data sources, through adapters. The black box accepts requests from callers, sends requests to adapters, and receives the adapters' responses. bulk duplicate identification The Data Quality Management process of identifying duplicates for a large number of records within the TCA Registry. The process involves only match rules with the Bulk Duplicate Identification type. Business Information Report (BIR) A report that provides many of the data elements from the D&B database in a standard report format. business object An abstract grouping of Oracle Trading Community Architecture entities to form an operable, logical business unit. Business objects contain attributes specific to that object,

Glossary-2

as well as embedded business objects, business structures, and granular entities. See also: business structure, page Glossary-3 and entity, page Glossary-6 business purpose Also known as site use, a business purpose describes which functions are performed at a particular customer account site. For example, the address where you ship your goods has a ship-to business purpose, and the address where you will send dunning letters has a dunning business purpose. business structure The same as a business object, except that you cannot perform operations and services on them individually, for example with APIs. Business structures can contain embedded business structures and granular entities, but not embedded business objects. See also: business object, page Glossary-2 and entity, page Glossary-6 caller A source that sends requests to black boxes for data services through integration with adapters. Examples of callers are concurrent programs and APIs. candidate record See: duplicate, page Glossary-6 category use Controls which object can use a given class category. For example, the SIC code 1977 can be used only by parties of type Organization. certification level A level that identifies the extent to which a record is certified, according to quality standards that your organization sets. The record is manually evaluated and assigned the certification level. circular relationship Circular relationships participate in a circle of relationships between entities. For example, Party A is related to Party B, who is related to Party C, who is related to Party A. class category Consists of multiple classification codes that allow for broad grouping of entities. Categories can have rules pertaining to a set of class codes, for example, Multiple Parent, Multiple Assignment, and Leaf Node Assignment rules.

Glossary-3

class code Provides a specific value for a class category. classification A means of categorizing different objects in Oracle Applications. Classifications are not limited to parties but can include projects, tasks, orders, and so on. Classifications can be user defined or based on external standards, such as the NAICS (North American Industrial Classification System), NACE (European Union's Statistical Classification of Economic Activity), or SIC (Standard Industrial Classification). code relationship Relates various class codes within a category in a hierarchy. For example, IT is a parent of Software. contact point A means of contacting a party other than postal mail, for example, phone number, e-mail address, fax number, and so on. contact preference Provides information about when and how parties prefer to be contacted. You can specify the subjects on which to contact a party, the number of times to contact a party, and the reason for specifying a contact preference. You can also set preferences for a party's e-mail address or phone number. country structure A hierarchical definition of geography types for a country. For example, the structure for United States is: State, County, City, then Postal Code. See also: geography type, page Glossary-6 country time zone A time zone that applies to an entire country. customer A person or organization that the deploying company has a selling relationship with, regardless of whether anything has been purchased or serviced. A selling relationship can be established simply by negotiation terms that will be used if you later sell products. customer profile class Specific credit limits, payment terms, statement cycles, invoicing, and discount information that you use to categorize customer accounts. For each profile class, you can also define amount limits for your finance charges, dunning, and statements for

Glossary-4

each currency in which you do business. D&B hierarchy Contains hierarchical corporate relationships that D&B provides through batch load and the online Enterprise Management Global Data Product (GDP). You can view this corporate structure in a relationship hierarchy. data element A piece of information in a data product that you can use to identify, contact, and evaluate the credit risk of parties. The complete D&B database includes over 150 key business data elements. Examples of data elements include the D-U-N-S Number, local business ID, and D&B rating. data product A fixed set of data elements from D&B containing country-specific information to meet your business decision-making criteria. Data Quality Management (DQM) A set of tools to keep the TCA Registry clean and accurate, with powerful searching, matching, duplicate identification, and merging functionality. data sharing group Identifies a subset of party-related data that can be secured. The data sharing group identifies both the types of entities to be protected (such as parties, their addresses, contact points, relationships, and the like) as well as specific criteria to identify which party related data to protect, which can be based on classifications, relationship types, or "created by" modules. For example, one data sharing group might be created for patients, another for employees, and another for parties classified as both patients and employees. A security administrator may then assign privileged access to create, update, or delete information secured by this data sharing group based on the applicable business policy. data source The source of the records in the TCA Registry, for example user entered, third party, or other source system. deploying company The Oracle customer that has or will install, implement, and run all or part of the Oracle E-Business Suite. D-U-N-S (Data Universal Numbering System) Number The nine-digit identification number assigned by D&B to each commercial entity in its

Glossary-5

database. For businesses with multiple locations, each location is assigned a unique D-U-N-S Number. duplicate A record that has been identified as a duplicate of at least one other record. duplicate set A group of records (such as parties, addresses or relationships) that has been identified as potential duplicates of one another in appearance and/or function. entity A group of related attributes in the TCA Registry, for example Organization Profile, Person Profile, Address, and Contact Point. exact match Matching method that requires an exact character match, as compared to a search that uses the similarity algorithm. extensions Extended attributes and their attribute values. These custom attributes extend the TCA Registry. TCA extensions use the extensibility framework and features from Oracle Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). file load Contains information about loading data from one comma-separated value (CSV) file, or file delimited by another allowed character, into the import interface tables. A file load identifies the source file to load, as well as the location, format, and content of the file, and defines how attributes from the file map to the interface table columns. fuzzy match Matching method that finds data with only some similarity to the search criteria and compensates for errors in data entry and phonetics. geography A defined instance of a geography type. For example, San Jose is a geography of the City geography type. See also: geography type, page Glossary-6 geography type A divisional grouping of geographies, either geopolitical, for example City, Province, and District, or physical, for example Island, Mountain, and Continent.

Glossary-6

See also: geography, page Glossary-6 geography usage A classification of a set of geography types to indicate the purpose and use of that data, for example for taxation. For example, the State, County, and City geography types can be used for US sales tax calculation. See also: geography type, page Glossary-6 geography validation A process to ensure that addresses have valid geographic information, for example, the correct combination of city, state, and postal code. Because street level data is not included, however, this validation does not ensure that addresses pass postal validation and can have postal deliveries to those locations. Global Data Product (GDP) A fixed set of data elements from D&B containing information to meet your business decision-making criteria. The GDP is not country specific and can be purchased globally. granular entity See: entity, page Glossary-6 group ID Identifies records acquired from D&B in the HZ_PARTY_INTERFACE table. For a batch of records with the same ID, you can specify that ID to transfer those records from the interface table into the TCA tables. hierarchical relationship A relationship in which a party is ranked above the other. The rank is determined by the role that they are taking in a relationship hierarchical relationship type A relationship type that allows hierarchical relationships. A hierarchy can be defined by creating multiple hierarchical relationship type records. hierarchy A collection of entities associated with a particular hierarchical relationship type at a given point in time. The hierarchy is a tree structure that shows relationships by organizing entities in hierarchical levels. For a given entity, all entities displayed the level below in the hierarchy are its children, and the entity displayed a level above is its parent.

Glossary-7

hierarchy node An entity in a relationship hierarchy. The node at the top of the hierarchy is the top parent, or root node. Any node without children is a leaf node. identifying address The main address for a party, regardless of business purpose. Each party has only one identifying address. import batch A set of data to be imported at one time, with one batch per data source. Batches are loaded into the import interface tables and then transferred to the TCA Registry. input record The basis for comparison or matching. Input records can be compared to other records in the staged schema to find existing duplicates in the TCA Registry. An input record can also be search criteria or entered party information that is compared to the staged schema to find matches or potential duplicates in the registry. interface search tables A set of temporary staged tables with B-Tree indexes, used in Data Quality Management, to store transformed data from TCA Bulk Import interface tables. The interface search tables can be joined with themselves to find duplicates within an import batch, or joined with the staged schema to find duplicates between the interface tables and the TCA Registry. internal indicator An attribute that indicates if a party is internal to your organization or not. leaf child A record in a hierarchy that does not have any children. location A point in geographical space described by an address. logical entity See: entity, page Glossary-6 mapped D-U-N-S Number The D-U-N-S Number associated with the party record that is actively mapped to the D&B data source, through Source System Management. When multiple parties have the same D-U-N-S Number, the party that is actively mapped has the mapped D-U-N-S

Glossary-8

Number. master record The record that remains after other duplicates in a duplicate set merge or transfer into it. Master Reference Geography Hierarchy The geographical data considered as the single source of truth. The geography usage for the entire hierarchy is Master Reference, and defined geography types and geographies are considered master reference geography types and geographies. For example, Country is a universally recognized geography type, and United States is considered a master geography. See also: geography, page Glossary-6, geography type, page Glossary-6, and geography usage, page Glossary-7 match percentage A percentage that indicates how closely a search result matches the search criteria. The percentage is the record score divided by the highest possible score. match rule A rule that determines which records are matches for an input record. A match rule consists of acquisition attributes that are used for matching and can also include scoring attributes to score the matched records. match rule set A match rule of type Set that contains multiple match rules and conditions to determine which rule in the set to use. All rules in a set have the same purpose, either Search or Expanded Duplicate Identification. match score The score of an attribute after the original score has been multiplied by the weight percentage. The total score of a record consists of the sum of all match scores from its attributes. match threshold Value used in DQM matching to evaluate match scores. A record with a score that exceeds the match threshold is selected as a match for the input record. merge The operation that maps one detail entity to another detail entity of the same type, to resolve duplicates.

Glossary-9

merge batch Contains information about the duplicate parties or party sites to merge. Merge Dictionary A dictionary that stores the entities and procedures that must be processed to merge party entities for any Oracle application. merge mapping The process of evaluating the records in a duplicate set for the purposes of: a) identifying a single record which will survive as the merge master, and b) defining which specific addresses and relationships from each of the remaining duplicates will be brought forward into the merge master. merge master See: master record, page Glossary-9 merge request A request is that is created when a Data Librarian, a system process, or an end user identifies a set of records as duplicates that need to be merged. The Data Librarian has a choice to accept or reject the request. After a merge request is created, accepted, merged, and submitted, the Party Merge process merges the duplicate parties or information. Multiple merge request A merge request that contains two or more party records to be merged. In contrast, a single merge request contains only one party record, which means that only the subordinate entities already related to that specific party, such as addresses or contacts, are to be merged. object The entity that the subject is related to in either direction of a relationship. For example, if Oracle is the employer of Joe, then Joe is the object. With the other direction stating that Joe is the employee of Oracle, Oracle is the object. organization person A person who acts on behalf of or in the context of an organization. Organization Profile entity An entity with attributes that describe parties of type Organization. Other entity An entity that is not a party profile entity. Other entities include: Address, Contact

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Point, Credit Rating, Financial Report, and Relationship entities. override threshold Value used in matching to evaluate match scores. The input record can be prevented from entering the TCA Registry if a duplicate is found that exceeds the override threshold. party A person, organization, relationship, or collection of parties that can enter into business relationships with other parties. party preference Enables you to store a persistent state for a party that is a user of Oracle Applications. For example, in a mobile customer application, you can create and maintain the My Customers list, which is a subset of customers in the TCA Registry. Each user can create a personal list of customers by adding customers from the public database to a personalized customer list. The iReceivables application can also use the party preference feature to store a list of customer accounts frequently accessed by a user. party profile attributes Party profile attributes describe basic details of a party, for example name and address. Attribute values are the values that a party has for the attributes. For example, Oracle is the attribute value for the Organization Name attribute. Attribute values can be purchased, entered, or imported into the TCA Registry. The profile attributes are categorized for parties of type Person and Organization: • • Person: Person Profile, Financial Details, Demographics, and Tax Details Organization: Business Profile, Business Details, Socioeconomic Details, Tax Details, and Special Events

party profile entity Either the Person Profile or Organization Profile entity. These entities include attributes that describe parties of type Person or Organization. party site The association between a party and one or more locations. For example, the headquarters of a company is a party site. party type The type of party: Person, Organization, Group, or Relationship.

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Person Profile entity An entity with attributes that describe parties of type Person. phone format The format of phone numbers within a country. For example, for the US phone format, you define the phone country code as 01, the fixed area code as three numbers in length, the subscriber number as seven digits in length, and the format style as 999-999-9999. preprocessing A process that runs after submitting a new or changing the master of an existing merge request. Preprocessing creates or regenerates the merge request and all suggested mapping defaults. primary The primary address, phone, e-mail, or URL for a business purpose. For example, an organization has many addresses for the bill-to purpose. The primary bill-to address is the main one among all of the organizations's bill-to addresses. primary attribute The primary attribute of an attribute group. primary business purpose The primary business purpose for a specific address, or customer account site. prospect A person or organization that a party has a potential selling relationship with. A prospect might or might not become a customer. purge request A purge request contains one or more parties to purge from the TCA Registry. Only parties that are marked for purge in the request are actually purged. quality adjusted match percentage A match percentage that takes into account the custom-defined quality of the records. The quality adjusted match percentage is calculated by adding the weighted match percentage and the weighted quality percentage. quality score A number that represents the quality of the record, with 100 as the highest. The get_quality_score procedure, with custom-defined logic, determines the quality score.

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quality weighting The portion of the final quality adjusted match percentage that should be based on quality. The get_quality_weighting procedure, with custom-defined logic, determines the quality weighting. Registry De-Duplication The process within TCA Bulk Import of identifying and resolving duplicates between an import batch and the TCA Registry. The duplicates are resolved after the actual import into the TCA Registry. Registry ID The unique number given to each entity in the TCA Registry. relationship A state of connectedness between two entities, consisting of two entities and a relationship phrase pair that belongs to a relationship type. Each relationship has two directions, as determined by the phrase pair. For example, a relationship states that Oracle is the employer of Joe, as well as that Joe is the employee of Oracle, in the other direction. relationship group A mechanism for grouping similar relationship roles and phrases together. As a general rule, this grouping is used to determine which relationship roles and phrases are displayed in application user interfaces but can also be used to group roles and phrases for other functional uses. relationship hierarchy A relationship hierarchy is all the entities associated with a particular hierarchical relationship type at a given point in time under a top node, or root. The hierarchy is a tree structure that shows relationships by organizing entities in hierarchical levels. For a given entity, all entities displayed the level below in the hierarchy are its children, and the entity displayed a level above is its parent. relationship model A model that allows you to get visibility into the complex relationships among the members of your trading community and to utilize the information to make better business decisions. relationship phrase Defines the role of the subject of a relationship. For example, if an organization is an employer of a person, the Employer Of role describes the subject.

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relationship phrase and role pair Consists of a subject relationship phrase and role, an object relationship phrase and role, a subject type, and an object type. Each relationship phrase and role pair must belong to a relationship type. Each relationship type can have one or more relationship phrase and role pairs. For example, the pair is defined so that Organization is the subject type, Employer Of is the subject phrase, Employer is the subject role, Person is the object type, Employee Of the object phrase, and Employee the object role. When you create a relationship with this phrase and role pair, the parties that you use must match the subject and object types. relationship role A term that describes the role that an entity plays in a relationship. Every relationship has two entities and two relationship roles, or a relationship role pair. One role describes the subject entity of the relationship, and the other the object. For example, if Pat is the employee of Vision, then Pat is the subject party and Vision is the object party. Pat's relationship role is employee, and Vision's role is employer. The role pair is employee/employer. relationship type A relationship type is a categorization of relationship phrase pairs and consists of one or more phrase pairs that can be used to create relationships. Hierarchical relationships are created with phrase pairs that belong to a hierarchical relationship type. A relationship type also determines whether circular relationships are allowed when relationships are created with its phrase pairs. score Assigned in integer form to attributes in the work unit. Scores are not limited to the range of 1 to 100 and are multiplied by the weight percentage to calculate the match score. scoring The process of assigning weighing factors to match results, and grouping and ranking the match results. scoring attribute Attribute used to calculate a score for each record in the work unit. similarity algorithm Computes the edit distance between two strings, or groups of text, and assigns a percentage value to the result.

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The calculation used to determine the similarity percentage is:
1.

Determine the edit distance, or the number of changes required to make the longer string match the shorter string. For example, for Smythe and Smith, the edit distance is two.

2.

Subtract the edit distance from the number of characters in the longest string. Following the example above: 6 - 2 = 4.

3.

Divide the amount calculated in step 2 by the number of characters in the longest string. Continuing the example: 4/6 = 0.6666

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Express the result as an integer. In this example the result would be a similarity score of 67.

If two strings are identical, then the similarity percentage equals 100. If no characters in the two strings are the same, then the similarity percentage is zero. Single merge request A merge request that contains only one party record to be merged. Only the subordinate entities already related to that specific party, such as addresses or relationships, are to be merged. In contrast, a multiple merge request consists of a duplicate set with at least two parties to merge. Single Source of Truth (SST) record The record that represents a single view of the most accurate information about a party's profile. The attributes in the SST record can contain information from different data sources, depending on your setup. site use See: business purpose, page Glossary-3 Smart Search A search engine powered by DQM, with results based on the entered search criteria and the match rule used for Smart Search. source ID The ID of the record in the legacy, third party, or other external system. source system A legacy, third party, or other external system that provides data for the TCA Registry.

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source system overwrite rule Determines if new source system data can overwrite existing user-entered data in the SST record. This rule applies only to user-entered data that previously overwrote source system data. staged schema A mirror of the TCA Registry but contains data that are transformed and standardized based on transformation functions for better matching. Data in the staged schema is extracted into an interMedia index for high performance searching. standardize Standardizing is a data manipulation technique that improves the quality of matching. Standardizing in Data Quality Management involves transforming words or phrases into the same format. subject The entity that the object relates to in either direction of a relationship. For example, if Oracle is the employer of Joe, then Oracle is the subject. With the other direction stating that Joe is the employee of Oracle, Joe is the subject. System Duplicate Identification (SDI) batch The output of the System Duplicate Identification (SDI) process. An SDI batch may contain multiple duplicate sets that can be used to create merge requests by the Data Librarian. TCA Registry The central repository of party information for all Oracle applications. The party information includes details about organizations and people, the relationships among the parties, and the places where the parties do business. threshold A value used to evaluate records, for example to determine if a record is a match or not. top parent A record in a hierarchy that does not have any parent. The top parent is a root node. Trading Community Architecture (TCA) A model that provides a virtual representation of the community that business is conducted in. This model includes parties and related party entities.

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transfer The operation that moves one detail entity from the duplicate candidate record to the master record, to resolve duplicates. transformation A seeded or user-defined rule that transforms and standardizes TCA attribute values into representations that can assist in the identification of potential matches. transformation function See: transformation, page Glossary-17 user create and update rule Determines user privileges to create new records for Other entities and to update Other entity data from source systems.. User-Defined Geography Hierarchy A classification of geographical data, created from master reference data or manually entered, for specific usage such as tax. While the Master Reference Geography Hierarchy is the source of truth for geography data, for example with all the US states defined, user-defined geography hierarchies contain entities with arbitrary boundaries, for example time zones that encompass various US states in each zone. See also: Master Reference Geography Hierarchy, page Glossary-9 user overwrite rule Determines if new user-entered data can overwrite existing source system data in the SST record. Each rule includes all attributes from the party profile entities, and you define the rule for each individual attribute. validation status code A code that describes an address's level of validation against a known and authorized source. Address validation adapters assign one of these codes to each address record that is validated. A default code must be reached or exceeded for an address to be updated with data from the authority's database. weight A percentage that is assigned to a transformation function and is used to factor the score of an attribute. weighted match percentage The original match percentage that is adjusted for the calculation of the final quality adjusted match percentage. For example, if 70% of the final percentage is from the

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original percentage, then the original percentage must be adjusted to be out of 70%, not 100%. This adjustment, for the weighted match percentage, is calculated as: Weighted Match Percentage = Match Percentage * (100 - Quality Weighting) / 100 weighted quality percentage The quality score adjusted based on the quality weighting, for the calculation of the final quality adjusted match percentage. For example, if the quality weighting is 30, meaning 30% of the final percentage is from the quality score, then the quality score of the record must be adjusted to be out of 30%. This weighted quality percentage is calculated as: Weighted Quality Percentage = Quality Score * Quality Weighting / 100 word replacement A word mapping that is used to create synonyms which are treated as equivalents for searching and matching. Base words in the party, account, address, or organization contact record are replaced with a normalized word during search to provide consistency in search results. work unit Consists of all records from the staged schema with attribute values that match the attribute values of the input record.

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Index
A
Account merge impact, 8-36 reference by application, 8-49 interfaces Customer Interface tables and columns, 2-1 interface table HZ_IMP_ADDRESSES_INT, 1-2 HZ_IMP_ADDRESSUSES_INT, 1-7 HZ_IMP_CLASSIFICS_INT, 1-9 interface tables bulk import, 1-1 HZ_IMP_CONTACTPTS_INT, 1-11 HZ_IMP_CONTACTROLES_INT, 1-16 HZ_IMP_CONTACTS_INT, 1-18 HZ_IMP_CREDITRTNGS_INT, 1-21 HZ_IMP_FINNUMBERS_INT, 1-28 HZ_IMP_FINREPORTS_INT, 1-30 HZ_IMP_PARTIES_INT, 1-33 HZ_IMP_RELSHIPS_INT, 1-43

B bulk import interface tables, 1-1

C
Customer Interface table descriptions and validation, 2-1 usage importing accounts, 2-1 importing accounts associated with parties imported using Bulk Import, 2-1 importing parties, 2-1 importing parties and accounts, 2-1 Customer Interface vs. Bulk Import, 2-1

P
Party and Account merge impact overview, 8-1 Party merge impact, 8-2 Party merge impact reference by application, 8-22

D
D&B data elements financial elements, 3-16 general elements, 3-1 overview, 3-1

S seeded attributes address attributes, 6-12 contact attributes, 6-14 contact point attributes, 6-16 party attributes, 6-2 transformations

F feature-specific match rules seeded match rules, 7-4

I

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seeded attributes, 6-1 seeded attributes and transformations seeded transformations, 6-18 seeded match rule DL Address Default, 7-17 seeded match rules Bulk Match: Identical Organizations, 7-5 Bulk Match: Identical Parties, 7-8 Bulk Match: Identical Persons, 7-10 Credit Management Search, 7-12 DL Address and Relationship Search, 7-14 DL Relationship Default, 7-19 DL Smart Search, 7-21 DL System Duplicate Identification, 7-23 HZ_CONTACT_ADV_SEARCH_MATCH_R ULE, 7-25 HZ_CONTACT_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE, 728 HZ_ORG_ADV_SEARCH_RULE, 7-29 HZ_ORG_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE, 7-32 HZ_PERSON_ADVANCED_SEARCH_MATC H_RULE, 7-33 HZ_PERSON_SIMPLE_SEARCH_RULE, 7-36 INTEGRATION SERVICES: IDENTICAL ORGANIZATIONS, 7-38 INTEGRATION SERVICES: IDENTICAL PERSONS, 7-40 overview, 7-2 RM SEARCH RULE, 7-43 SAMPLE: ADDRESS_ORGANIZATIONS, 746 SAMPLE: ADDRESS_PERSONS, 7-48 SAMPLE: ADVANCED SEARCH RULE, 7-49 Sample: Basic Search Rule, 7-53 Sample: Organizations_Optimized, 7-56 Sample: Person_Optimized, 7-57 Sample: Search Address Organizations Exact, 7-61 Sample: Search Exact, 7-63 Sample: Search Similar Organization Exact, 766 Sample: Search Similar Person Exact, 7-68 Sample: Similar_Organization, 7-70 Sample: Similar_Person, 7-72 seeded relationships relationship phrase role pair codes, 4-13

role pairs, 4-5 relationship types, 4-1

T tables Customer Interface, 2-1 RA_CONTACT_PHONES_INTERFACE, 2-28 RA_CUST_PAY_METHOD_INTERFACE, 241 RA_CUSTOMER_BANKS_INTERFACE, 2-35 RA_CUSTOMER_PROFILES_INTERFACE, 215 RA_CUSTOMERS_INTERFACE, 2-1

W word replacement lists address_dictionary, 5-2 domain_name_dictionary, 5-20 expanded_person_name_dictionary, 5-21 key modifiers, 5-153 organization_name_dictionary, 5-156 person_name_dictionary, 5-159 seeded word replacement lists, 5-1 US_state_dictionary, 5-202

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