AUXIL Parameter - Code-1_Plus - 5.0

CODE-1 Plus Guide for IBM i

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CODE-1 Plus Guide for IBM i
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1998
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The AUXIL parameter is used with the C1AUXBLD program, and is used to define the field positions on the input Auxiliary File. This parameter comprises the following:

  • Input file number and format

  • 5-Digit ZIP location

  • Street name/address line length and location

  • Street suffix, pre-directional, post-directional, house range, secondary range, and secondary designator locations.

    Position

    Field Name

    Description

    Comments

    1-5

    Keyword

    AUXIL is the only acceptable entry.

    Required.

    6

    Number of the Input File

    Only numbers 1 through 9 are acceptable in this position.

    Required.

    8

    Format Of Input Parameter

    Code indicating the format type of your input parameter. Choose one of the following codes:

    • A — Street, Suffix, and Directionals in a single address line.

    • E — Address elements separate.

    Required.

    10-12

    Location of 5-digit ZIP Code

    Location on the input record of the 5-digit ZIP Code.

    Optional.

    14-16

    Location of Street Name/address Line

    Location on the input record of the street name or address line.

    Optional.

    18-19

    Length of Street Name/address Line

    Length of the street name or address line.

    Optional.

    21-23

    Location of Street Suffix

    Location on the input record of the street suffix.

    Optional.

    25-27

    Location of Pre-directional

    Location on the input record of the pre-directional information.

    Optional.

    29-31

    Location of Post-directional

    Location on the input record of the post-directional information.

    Optional.

    33-35

    Location of House Range

    Location on the input record of 20-character house range formatted as 10-character low range followed by 10-character high range.

    NOTE: If there is no house range information in the input record, populate this field with leading zeros.

    Optional.

    37-39

    Location of Secondary Range

    Location on the input record of 16-character secondary range formatted as 8-character low range followed by 8-character high range.

    NOTE: If there is no secondary range information in the input record, populate this field with leading zeros.

    Optiona.l

    41-43

    Location of Secondary Designator

    Location on the input record of the secondary designator.

    Optional.