Match Settings Screen - 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 Match Settings screen to tailor your processing requirements and specify whether CODE-1 Plus should perform ZIP Code correction. For each of the matching algorithms, you can change the default tightness/looseness settings. These settings indicate how close the data on the database must be to the input address in order for a match to occur. The tighter the setting, the more closely the input address must match the database information. To access this screen, enter MS in the Command field or press F4 from any match results screen.

You can modify the fields on the top half of the physical screen, along with the address matching fields. When the Match Settings screen displays, you can only enter data in the settings fields on the upper right portion of the screen. To save your new settings and return to the previous screen, press Enter. Once changed, the settings stay changed for subsequent matches until you change the settings again or exit.

Note: iAlthough this screen allows you to change the default matching algorithm settings, we suggest that you maintain the default settings: (M)edium for all matching, and Y(es) for ZIP correction.

Field Name

Description

Algorithms

1-character code indicating the tightness/looseness of the firm name, directional and suffix, and street name match:

  • E — Only equal matches are accepted.

  • T — Only tight matches are accepted.

  • M — Medium Matches are accepted (default).

  • L — Loose matches are accepted.

(V)anity City

1-character code indicating whether or not a vanity city name should be returned if it is the best match (i.e., it most closely matches the input). Type one of the following codes:

  • X — Yes, return the vanity city name if it is the best match.

  • S — No, return the standard city name (default).

Correct ZIP

1-character code indicating whether or not you want CODE-1 Plus to attempt to correct incorrect ZIP Codes (optional). Type one of the following codes:

  • Y — Attempt ZIP Code correction, if necessary (default).

  • N — No, don't attempt ZIP Code Correction.

Output Case

1-character code indicating whether or not the matched address should be presented in mixed case or upper case:

  • C — Mixed case

  • L — Lower case

  • U — Upper case

Mult Secondary

1-character code indicating whether to attempt multiple secondary component processing:

  • Y — Attempt secondary match.

  • N — Assign default ZIP+4 Code.

Override City

1-character code indicating whether the preferred last line city name should be stored:

  • C — Store the city name from USPS City/State File (default city name)

  • P — Store the Primary City Name from the USPS City/State File.

  • Z — Store the ZIP+4 File Preferred Last Line City Name (override city name).