Activating Z4CHANGE Processing - Code-1_Plus - 5.0

CODE-1 Plus Guide for IBM i

Product type
Software
Portfolio
Verify
Product family
Data Quality - Postals
Product
CODE-1 Plus
Version
5.0
Language
English
Product name
CODE-1 Plus
Title
CODE-1 Plus Guide for IBM i
Copyright
2024
First publish date
1998
ft:lastEdition
2024-05-15
ft:lastPublication
2024-05-15T00:03:43.588945

Use the Activate Z4CHANGE Option screen (C1CPID30) to specify the input record location of the CODE-1 Plus Master File vintage date or type the vintage date on the screen. For Z4CHANGE processing, the vintage date is the date the input file was last processed with the CODE-1 Plus database. For more information on the Z4CHANGE option, refer to Using Z4CHANGE.

The Z4CHANGE option uses the vintage date to determine if a 9-digit ZIP Code has changed since the last time your records were processed. The Z4CHANGE Master File contains all of the changes to ZIP + 4 Codes in the last 12 months. Records that contain an unchanged 9-digit ZIP Code, according to vintage date, do not need to be re-coded and are skipped.

To access the Activate Z4CHANGE Option screen:

  1. From the Name/Address File Layout, page down to the Activate Z4CHANGE Option screen.

  2. Use the following table to complete the fields on the Activate Z4CHANGE Option screen.

    Field

    Description

    Location of CODE-1 Plus Vintage Date in N/A record

    Position

    Required if the literal vintage date is not specified.  If the Master File vintage date appears on your input records, enter a number from 1-9999 to specify the starting position of the CODE-1 Plus vintage date on the input record.

    Vintage

    Required, if the position and format of the vintage date is not specified.The literal CODE-1 Plus vintage date in YYYYMM format. The first two digits must contain'19' or '20'. The last two digits must be between '01' and '12'.

    Format of Vintage Date

    Required if the literal date is not specified. Code indicating the format of the vintage date:

    • B — 2-byte binary (YYMM).

    • C — 4-byte character (YYMM).

    • P — 3-byte packed-decimal (YYMM).

    • 3 — 3-byte binary (YYYYMM).

    • 4 — 4-byte packed-decimal (YYYYMM).

    • 6 — 6-byte character (YYYYMM).

    • blank — No default.