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Executing a Batch Cleansing Process
Use this procedure to execute or create a batch cleansing process for a Consolidation object.
Tip: To view the history of previous cleansing jobs, click View Cleansing Log.
1. On the Menu toolbar, click Define > Data Quality > Consolidation > Project Mapping.
2. In Filter by Project, select Staging.
3. Click Project-Object Mapping.
4. Click Execute Batch Cleansing.
5. In the Batch Cleansing Execution Options screen, select an existing job or select an existing job or a define a new job as follows:
a. In Data Quality Cleansing Job, define the job name.
b. In Name, define the job name.
c. In Description, define a description of the job.
d. In Filter Criteria, select the field on which to filter and add it to the filter and specify the filter values.
e. In Logging Option, select the logging option.
f. In Enable Partial Commit, select the check box to enable OneData to commit changes for some records if there are records with errors in the batch.
g. Click Save.
You can also choose to Save and Execute the job, or if you require the job only for one-time use, click Execute to run the job without saving it.
6. Click Execute to run the job.

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