Duco uses a concept of "runs" when performing matching in a generic two-sided process. A run will constitute the matching of the data submitted at that time, and any carried over items, where Carry Over has been enabled. Runs can either be made manually through the UI, or can be automated using SFTP.
To manually run a process, you must first have configured at a minimum the Data Inputs and Match Fields. Once these are in place, if you exit Settings, you will be taken to an empty dashboard where a green Run process button will be pulsating invitingly at you.
This button contains two different options for performing the run. You can either choose to Submit new data or you can Re-use previous data.
Files can either be submitted individually, or in bulk by adding them to a (non-password protected) zip folder. Any file type can be submitted in bulk using this method. See our FAQ section for size restrictions, etc
When you are first building a process it is normally easiest to select Re-use previous data. This will simply replay the files you last submitted. For a new process, this will be the files you uploaded at the Data Inputs step. Continually re-using the same files as you incrementally refine your process, adding in the necessary settings, such as rules or tolerances, is best practice.
Once the process is production ready, you would then switch over to Submit new data, or SFTP submissions.
After the initial run of your process, the process dashboard will populate, and the Run process button will continue to be present.
Note: A user must have both the Data Uploader and Process Runner permissions on their account to perform these steps.