Return Codes 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
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2024-05-15
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2024-05-15T00:03:43.588945

Use the Return Codes screen to view the return codes that correspond to your match attempt. To access this screen, enter the RC command in the Command field or press the F7 function key from the Delivery Sequence Footnotes screen.

Note: iIf you hit a "seed record" during DPV processing, a message displays similar to:DPV KEY IS: S06430475462316207To continue DPV processing, contact Precisely Technical Support for a new permanent key. For more information on DPV processing, "seed records," and license keys, refer to Getting Started With Interactive Processing.

Field Name

Description

General RC

1-character return code indicating the success or reason for failure of the match attempt:

  • Blank — The address match attempt was successful.

  • A — Unit number missing or not found on database.

  • B — Insufficient (or blank) address in formation for a match.

  • E — External match—auxiliary file processing.

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

  • M — Multiple matches were found.

  • S — Street name not found in ZIP Code.

  • X — The CODE-1 Plus Master File has expired.

  • Z — ZIP Code not found on database.

PreciselyID RC

1-character return code indicating the success or reason for failure of the PreciselyID processing:

  • Y — Unique identifier PreciselyID was found for the full address.

  • D — Unique identifier PreciselyID was found for the primary address (secondary information was dropped to find a match).

  • Y — Unique identifier PreciselyID was not found.

  • Blank — PreciselyID database was not queried.

City RC

1-character return code indicating the success or reason for failure of the city match attempt:

  • Blank — No address match was found, or the input city was correct.

  • B — No input city and state were found.

  • C — Mismatched city for valid input state/ZIP.

  • I — The input city was used; no cities available for the ZIP Code.

  • N — The input city name was not used.

  • S — Spelling errors in the input were corrected.

Firm RC

1-character return code indicating the success or reason for failure of the firm name match attempt:

  • Blank — The firm name match was successful, or no firm name was indicated in the input record.

  • F — The input firm name does not match the firm name on the database.

  • M — A firm name was in the input, but there were no firm names on the database for the matched address.

Address Prob

Single digit that indicates the probable correctness of the address match:

  • Blank — No address match was found.

  • 0 — The address match is most likely to be correct.

  • 1-8 — These values represent intermediate values on a sliding scale.

  • 9 — The address match is least likely to be correct.

Overall Prob

Single digit that indicates the probable correctness of the address and firm name match:

  • Blank — No match was found.

  • 0 — The match is most likely to be correct.

  • 1-8 — These values represent intermediate values on a sliding scale.

  • 9 — The match is least likely to be correct.

USPS Rec. Type

USPS-defined type code of the ZIP+4 record used for matching:

  • Blank — No match was obtained.

  • F — Firm record

  • G — General delivery record

  • H — High rise (apartment complex) record

  • P — PO Box record

  • R — Rural route or highway contract record

  • S — Normal street address record.

City Type

1-character code describing the input city type:

  • P — Primary city

  • S — Secondary city

  • V — Vanity city.

Dir. RC

1-character return code indicating the success or reason for failure of the directional match attempt:

  • Blank — No address match was found, or the directional was correct.

  • D — The directional does not match the database.

  • F — The directional was correct, but was in the wrong location (i.e., trailing directional should have been a leading directional).

  • N — No directional was found on the input address, but a directional was present on the database.

Suffix RC

1-character return code indicating the success or reason for failure of the suffix match attempt:

  • Blank — No address match was found, or the suffix was correct.

  • S — The suffix does not match the database.

  • N — No suffix was found on the input address, but a suffix was present on the database.

Unit RC

1-character return code indicating the success or reason for failure of the unit (or apartment) match attempt:

  • Blank — No address match was found, or the input unit was correct.

  • A — The unit does not match the database.

  • N — No unit was found on the input address, but a unit was present on the database.

  • F — Suite number appended due to a firm name match.

Firm Score

Single digit that indicates the probable correctness of the firm name match:

  • Blank — No match was obtained.

  • 0 — The input firm name matched the output firm name exactly.

  • 1-9 — These represent intermediate values on a sliding scale.

Street Score

Single digit that indicates the probable correctness of the street name match:

  • Blank — No match was obtained.

  • 0 — The input street name matched the output street name exactly.

  • 1-9 — These represent intermediate values on a sliding scale.

Source of Addr.

1-character code indicating whether the output street address was matched from the primary address line or the secondary address line:

  • M — A combination of information from the two lines.

  • P — Primary line

  • S — Secondary line

Alias RC

1-character return code indicating whether or not the input address matched an alias street name, as follows:

  • Blank — The address matched a base street, or no match was found.

  • A — The address matched an alias street.

ZIP Status

1-character code specifying the status of the output ZIP Code:

  • A — The output ZIP Code is different from the original ZIP Code.

  • B — The output ZIP Code is blank.

  • C — The original ZIP Code is the output ZIP Code.

  • I — Invalid -- No match could be obtained; the output ZIP code contains blanks because the input ZIP code was invalid.

  • O — The original ZIP Code is in the output location because no match was obtained.

  • U — Blank—A unique address match could not be obtained and there was no correlation between the input unique ZIP Code and the city/state. The original ZIP Code was blanked.

Source of ZIP

1-character code indicating the source of the final ZIP Code:

  • B — No ZIP Code was determined.

  • C — The final ZIP Code was determined from the city-based locality.

  • F — The final ZIP Code was determined from the ZIP-based locality.

  • M — The final ZIP Code was determined from the ZIPMOVE file.

  • Z — The original ZIP Code was retained.

POB ZIP Code

1-character code indicating whether the address is located in a P. O. Box-only delivery zone. P. O. Box-only delivery zone addresses can only receive postal delivery through the use of a P. O. Box. No other postal delivery method is available for these addresses.

  • Y — P. O. Box-only ZIP Code.

  • N — Not a P. O. Box-only ZIP Code.

"best fit" ZIPs

Number of "best fit" ZIP Codes found during the match attempt.

PBSA Ind

1-character code indicating whether this address was found in the PBSA Table. DPV processing uses the PBSA Table to identify P. O. Box™ Street Addresses (PBSA). PBSA addresses are street addresses that really represent a USPS P. O. Box™.

  • Blank — Not presented

  • Y — Found in the DPV PBSA Table.

  • N — Not found in the DPV PBSA Table.

Alt. Adr. Scheme

1-character code indicating the type of alternate address scheme that was used to obtain a match:

  • Blank — No alternate address scheme used.

  • D — Delivery point alternate logic used.

  • E — Enhanced high rise alternate match logic   used.

  • S — Small town default logic used.

  • U — Unique ZIP Code logic used.

Alias Type

1-character code indicating the alias type:

  • Blank — Street record matched was not an alias street.

  • A — Abbreviation street name. This USPS abbreviation is for streets that are over 30 characters long.

  • C — Official street name change (Chamber of Commerce action.

  • O — Street record matched was a USPS "other" alias.

  • P — Street record matched was a USPS "preferred" alias.

Line of Travel RC

1-character code describing the Line of Travel match obtained:

  • Blank — Invalid data passed to matcher

  • 9 — 9-digit ZIP+4 match was successful

  • C — Call to LOT matcher failed.

  • F — Master file access failure.

  • V — Incompatible Master file.

  • D — 9-digit ZIP+4 match was unsuccessful (default coded).

DPV Flag

1-character return code indicating the result of your DPV processing:

  • D — Valid primary number; input missing secondary number (primary RR).

  • M — Unable to resolve the Multiple Condition.

  • N — No Delivery Point Validation.

  • S — Valid primary number; but secondary number (primary for RR) present and is not confirmed.

  • Y — Delivery Point validated. Primary number valid and second number (when present) valid.

  • Blank — Address not presented to DPV table.

NoStat Flag

1-character code indicating the presence of statistics for this address. A "Y" indicates that the address is not a valid delivery address even though it has been validated by DPV.

  • Blank — Not presented.

  • Y — Found match to 'No Stat' DPV hash table.

  • N — No match found to "No stat" DPV hash table.

Vacant Table Flag

1-character code indicating that this address was found in the Vacant table.

  • Blank — Not presented.

  • Y — Indicates that the address has been vacant for at least last 90 days.

  • N — Indicates that the address is not vacant.

CMRA Flag

1-character code indicating whether a CMRA look-up has occurred:

  • Y — Yes, this is a CMRA.

  • N — No, this is not a CMRA.

  • Blank — Not presented.

NOTE: This code will only be presented if the DPV flag is Y, S, or D.

RDI Flag

1-character code describing the Residential Delivery File (RDI) match obtained:

Blank — RDI match not attempted or not found.

B — Business confirmed.

M — Address is mixed business and residential.

R — Residence confirmed.

First Four Additional ZIPs

The first four additional ZIP Codes that matched the input record but were not used as the output ZIP Code.

Dropped Information Type

1-character code indicating the type of information, if any, that was dropped by the matcher during the match attempt:

  • Blank — Either no match was obtained, or no information was dropped.

  • A — A street address was dropped in order to obtain an RR/HC or PO Box match.

  • R — An RR/HC or PO Box address was dropped in order to obtain a street address match.

  • W — One or more characters were dropped during the address parsing process.

Data

Any miscellaneous characters that were dropped during the address matching process.

Note: iThe Dropped Information Type code refers to the type of information that was dropped by the matcher during the match attempt. The Data field contains characters dropped during the address analysis process, before the matcher even attempts a match. Therefore, it is possible to have a Dropped Information Type that is not blank, but a blank Data field.