The Merging campaign used in this example enables you to compare the redundant contact details retrieved from different systems and decide what attribute values define the master records.
Start by defining the campaign metadata.
- Click .
- Enter a name and a description for the new campaign.
Select MERGING as the campaign type.
- Click the switch next to Define Sources to display a field where you can set the first source name.
Use the plus button to add two other fields under sources and set the sources
names. Make sure that the sources names do not contain dots and that they do not
start with dollar signs.
Client data here comes from three different sources: Salesforce, Marketo and Netsuite.
In each of the Trust Score fields, enter the percentage
which defines the weight of the value coming from the data source.
These scores are used by Talend Data Stewardship to merge redundant data and create by-default master records.
When data stewards access the task list, master records are already defined according to these scores. However, they can manually set survivorship rules per attributes in the data records or enter completely new values when resolving the task.
In this example, the contact information which comes from Salesforce is initially used by the application to form master records as you gave Salesforce the highest score, while Marketo comes second in the list.
Click the switch next to ENABLE TASK
RESOLUTION DELAY and set the delay to be used to calculate the
The due date is calculated by adding the delay you set to the date and time of loading the tasks in the campaign. If you leave this option disabled, the DUE DATE column in the task list stays empty and tasks do not have resolution delay.
The due date in a Merging campaign is only on master records.
Click in the CAMPAIGN OWNERS field and select from
the list one or more users to grant them access on the current
This list shows all the users defined in Talend Administration Center and assigned the role of campaign owners.