Multiple Elements 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 Multiple Elements screen to determine whether multiple match elements were found during the match attempt. To access this screen:

  • Enter the ME command

  • Press F8 from the Parsed Elements screen

  • Press F7 from the Statistics screen

    Field Name

    Description

    Was the city standardized?

    Code indicating whether or not the input city name was standardized:

    • Blank — No match was found, or the input city name was the same as either the long or short city name on the database.

    • C — The input city name was standardized to either the long or short city name.

    Was the state standardized?

    Code indicating whether or not the input state was standardized:

    • Blank — No match was found, or the input state was the same as the state abbreviation on the database.

    • S — The input state was standardized to the appropriate abbreviation.

    Was apartment detected in input?

    1-character code indicating whether or not CODE-1 Plus detected an apartment (or unit) in the input record:

    • Y — An apartment was detected in the input.

    • N — No apartment was detected in the input.

    Was "default record" matched?

    Code indicating whether or not the default record was matched:

    • Blank — The record matched was not the default record, or no match was obtained.

    • H — Highrise default.

    • R — Rural Route default.

    • M — Military default.

    Were multiple input elements found?

    Code indicating whether multiple input elements were found for the leading directional segment of the standardized address:

    • Blank — Only one value was found.

    • M — Multiple values were found.

    Alternate addressing scheme

    Code indicating the type of alternate address scheme to use to obtain a match:

    • Blank — No alternate address scheme used.

    • D — Delivery point alternate logic used.

    • S — Small town default logic used.

    • U — Unique ZIP Code logic used.

    Leading dir

    Code indicating whether or not multiple leading directional matches were found:

    • Blank — Only one leading directional was found.

    • M — Multiple leading directionals were found.

    Street name

    Code indicating whether or not multiple street name matches were found:

    • Blank — Only one street name was found.

    • M — Multiple street names were found.

    Suffix

    Code indicating whether or not multiple suffix matches were found:

    • Blank — Only one suffix was found.

    • M — Multiple suffixes were found.

    Trailing dir

    Code indicating whether or not multiple trailing directional matches were found:

    • Blank — Only one leading directional was found.

    • M — Multiple trailing directionals were found.