The Unmapped Page

When importing income files to Curve, we will map this income to the correct Work in your catalogue using the Society Identifier or ISWC as a reference. If the Society Identifier or ISWC found in the income file does not match any of the Works in your catalogue, Curve will be unable to map this income (resulting in invalid lines in your income files) and flag the unknown identifiers with you via the Unmapped page.

To get started, please head over to your Income > Unmapped page. Using the Titles and Parties as a reference, you can search for the matching Work in your catalogue. Hitting the Refresh button will clear all those identifiers that have been mapped. Note that you can sort the Unmapped Works by value by clicking on the Net Value header.

If the Parties columns is blank, and thus you are not getting any Composer information for your reference, this would suggest your Template is not picking up this information in the respective Party 1, Party 2 and Party 3 fields and may need to be adjusted.

Once you have mapped the Identifiers to the Works in your catalogue, you can review these Identifiers via the Alias tab of your Works. These identifiers are stored per Template Source, meaning they will only be used by Curve to map income to Works when the Source field in the Template is an exact match. This to avoid identifiers from one source accidentally being used to map income from another source.

If the Unmapped page flags a Work that does not yet exist in your catalogue, you may opt to create a new Work within the Unmapped page. Using the Create button will load a new Work, which you can adjust and assign Contracts to ahead of saving. You can also create all unmapped Works in bulk using the +Bulk Create option, though please be careful you only use this option when knowing all remaining unmapped works are no duplicates of Works that already exist in your catalogue.

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