Defining ZIP + 4 Add-On Locations - Code-1_Plus - 5.0

CODE-1 Plus Guide for IBM i

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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
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Use the ZIP + 4 Add-On Storage screen (C1CPOD030) to define the locations and lengths of the ZIP + 4 add-on information to store in your output file. To access the ZIP + 4 Add-On Storage screen:

  1. From the Name/Address Record Posting screen, page down to the ZIP + 4 Add-On Storage screen (C1CPOD030).

  2. Use the following table to complete the fields on the ZIP + 4 Add-On Storage screen.

    Field Name

    Description

    Location for ZIP + 4 Return Code

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output record for the 1-byte ZIP + 4 return code described below:

    • Blank — The match attempt was successful.

    • 7 — The ZIP+4 was suppressed. Record matched to an R777 (phantom) carrier route.

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

    • B — Insufficient (or blank) address match information.

    • H — House/box number not found on street.

    • M — Multiple matches of equal quality were found.

    • S — Street name not found in ZIP Code.

    • V — USPS non-deliverable ZIP + 4 Code.

    • Z — ZIP Code not found in database.

    No default.

    Location for ZIP + 4 code

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output record for the ZIP + 4 Code. No default.

    Format of ZIP + 4 Code

    Optional. Format of the ZIP + 4 Code on the output record:

    • C — 4-byte EBCDIC number.

    • P — 3-byte packed number.

    • - — 4-byte EBCDIC number stored with a preceding hyphen (-).

    • Blank — No default.

    Location for DPBC Add-on, without check digit

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output record for the 2-byte Delivery Point Barcode, without the 1-byte check digit. No default.

    Location for DPBC Add-on, check digit

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output record for the 1-byte Delivery Point Barcode check digit. No default.

    Location for DPBC (Delivery Point Barcode)

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output record for the 6-byte Delivery Point Barcode. No default.

    Location for DPBC Add-on with Check-Digit

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output record for the 2-byte Delivery Point Barcode add-on with the 1-byte check digit. No default.

    Suppress DPBC if R777 Carrier Route detected?

    Controls whether to suppress ZIP + 4 for addresses assigned a phantom Carrier Route of R777 (not eligible for street delivery).

    • Y — Yes, if R777 Carrier Route is found, add to the ZIP+4 Suppressed Count on the USPS Form 3553. R777 addresses are not deliverable. Do not store the ZIP+4 (DPBC).

    • Blank — If R777 Carrier Route is found, do not add to the ZIP+4 Suppressed Count on the USPS Form 3553. R777 addresses are deliverable. Store the ZIP+4 (DPBC).

    Location for Z4CHANGE Option return code

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output record for the Z4CHANGE return code described below:

    • 0 — Address matching was not performed for this record.

    • 4 — Address matching was performed for this record.

    • 8 — A fatal error occurred.

    • Blank — No default.

    Location for Vintage date of CODE-1 Plus Database 

    Optional. Enter a number from 1-9999 to define the location on the output record for the Master File vintage date. No default.

    Format of Vintage Date

    Required if Position field is filled in. Format of the Master File vintage date on the output record (YYMM or YYYYMM).

    • B — 2-byte binary number (YYMM).

    • C — 4-byte character number (YYMM).

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

    • 3 — 3-byte binary number (YYYYMM).

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

    • 6 — 6-byte character number (YYYYMM).