Defining Standardized Address Locations - 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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Use the Standardized Address Storage screen to define locations and lengths of the standardized address information to store in your output file. To access the standardized Address Storage screen:

  1. From the Name/Address Record Posting screen, page down to the Standardized Address Storage screen (C1CPOD040).

  2. Use the following table to complete the fields on the Standardized Address Storage screen.

    Field Name

    Description

    Location for standardized address with apartment

    Replace Input?

    Optional. Code indicating whether to replace the input address with the standardized address (with apartment).

    • Y — Replace the input address with the standardized address (with apartment). Store the standardized address in the address line that corresponds to the line originally occupied in the input file.

    • N — Do not replace the input address with the standardized address (with apartment). Instead, specify a location on the output record to store the standardized address (with apartment).

    • A — Store the standardized address (with apartment) in the most significant address line. The most significant input address line is the last address line defined by the ADDRDF parameter.

    • Blank — No default.

    Note: NOTE: For more information and examples, see the SA OUT parameter description in your CODE-1 Plus Reference Guide.

    If Y/A: Blank out unused address lines?

    Optional. This field is only applicable if you specify "Y" or "A" in the "Replace Input?" field.

    • Y — Blank out unused address lines.

    • N — Do not blank out unused address lines.

    • Blank — No default.

    If N: Specify storage location

    Required. This field is only applicable if you specify "N" in the "Replace Input?" field.

    • Posn — Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the starting location in the output record to store the standardized address (with apartment). No default.

    • Len — Enter a number from 1-99 to define the length in the output record for the standardized address (with apartment). No default.

    Store Input Addr if Std Addr too long or no match?

    Optional. This field determines what to store in the output record if the standardized address (with apartment) is too long or no match was found for the standardized address (with apartment).

    • Y — Store the input address.

    • N — Do not store the input address. Store blanks in the output record.

    • Blank — Default is N.

    Location for standardized address without apartment

    Posn

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output file for the standardized address, excluding apartment information. No default.

    Len

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-99 to define the length on the output file for the standardized address, excluding apartment information.

    Replace even if already stored?

    Optional. Enter Y to store the standard address without apartment even if it is already stored with apartment.

    • Y — Store the standard address.

    • N — Do not store the standard address.

    • Blank — No default.

    Location for Apt/PMB number

    Posn

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output file for the standardized address, excluding apartment information. No default.

    Len

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-99 to define the length on the output file for the standardized address, excluding apartment information. No default.

    Treatment if Std Address with Apt already stored?

    Optional. Code indicating what should be stored if the Standardized Address with Apt is already stored:

    • Y — Replace. Do not store apartment information if successfully stored in standardized address with apartment.

    • P — Store input PMB number.

    • X — Store apartment information.

    • Blank — No default.

    Location for Standardized address return code

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output record for the 1-byte address return code described below:

    Blank   The address match attempt was successful.

    A   Apartment number missing or not found in database, and an apartment-level match was required.

    B   Insufficient (or blank) address information for a match.

    C   The record's probable correctness was higher than the specified maximum.

    D   Information was dropped during the address match attempt.

    H   House/Box number not found on this street.

    L   The returned address was too long to be stored.

    M   Multiple matches were found.

    S   Street name not found in ZIP Code.

    Z   ZIP Code was not found on database.

    Location for PMB return code

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output record for the 1-byte code indicating the disposition of the PMB number:

    A   Append to standardized address.

    S   Secondary address input.

    L   Returned address was too long to be stored.

    Location for source of matched address return code

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on output record for the 1-byte matched address return code.

    M   Both address lines.

    P   Primary address line only.

    S   Secondary address line only.

    Location for dropped information type return code

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on output record for the 1-byte dropped information type return code:

    A   Street and address information.

    R   RR/Box information.

    W   Miscellaneous words and characters.

    Location of LACS indicator

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output record for the 1-byte LACS indicator. No default.