Submit CODE-1 Plus Job Screen 4 (C1CPSB04) - 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
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1998
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The fourth Submit CODE-1 Plus Job screen is the Match Configuration screen. Use this screen to specify the degree of closeness compared elements must have for CODE-1 Plus to determine an address match. You can also indicate other storage options for multiple matches and probability of correctness that apply globally to all elements of a match. To access this screen, page down from the third Submit CODE-1 Plus Job Screen.

Note: iThe match configuration values have to be specified each time a job is submitted. These values are not saved.   
Note:  
Note: iThe storage options for multiple matches and probability of correctness defined this screen override the individual storage setting for the 5-digit ZIP Code, carrier route code, ZIP + 4 Code, standardized address, and city/state.

Field Name

Format

Description

Comments

Street Name Comparison

E, L, M, or T

Controls the tolerance with which CODE-1 Plus determines matches for input street names:

E   Only exact equal matches are accepted.

L   The margin of error accepted is somewhat relaxed to allow marginal addresses to match.

M   The margin of error accepted is adequate to allow most reasonable addresses to match.  

T   The margin of error accepted is more demanding so that the address matches need to be close to equal.

Optional.Default is M.

Firm Name Comparison

E, L, M, or T

Controls the tolerance with which CODE-1 Plus determines matches for input firm names:

E   Only exact equal matches are accepted.

L   The margin of error accepted is somewhat relaxed to allow marginal addresses to match.

M   The margin of error accepted is adequate to allow most reasonable addresses to match.  

T   The margin of error accepted is more demanding so that the address matches need to be close to equal.

Optional.Default is M.

Directional/Suffix Comparison

E, L, M, or T

Controls the tolerance with which CODE-1 Plus determines matches for input directionals and suffixes:

E   Only exact equal matches are accepted.

L   The margin of error accepted is somewhat relaxed to allow marginal addresses to match.

M   The margin of error accepted is adequate to allow most reasonable addresses to match.  

T   The margin of error accepted is more demanding so that the address matches need to be close to equal.

Optional.Default is M.

Return a Vanity City Name

Y or N

Indicates whether or not CODE-1 Plus should return vanity-type city names when they are encountered in the input:

Y   Yes, store vanity city names.

N   No, do not store vanity city names.

Optional.Default is N.

Accept Multiple Matches

Y or N

Specifies whether to accept multiple matches:

Y   Yes, store multiple matches.

N   No, do not store multiple matches.

If "Y", this value overrides individual storage settings for the 5-digit ZIP Code, carrier route code, ZIP + 4 Code, standardized address, and city/state.

NOTE: A Y in this position will result in a non-CASS certified configuration. No CASS report will be generated.

Optional.Default is N.

Dual Address Match Logic

blank, S, or P

Indicates how to handle addresses with multiple non-blank address lines or multiple address types on the same address line:

Blank   Normal match scoring for street address elements, input ZIP Code, matching address line, and so on.

S   Return a street match, regardless of the address line.

P   Return a PO Box match, regardless of the address line.

NOTE:  Under normal conditions, a PO Box cannot match if the city name and input ZIP Code are both changed.

NOTE: If S or P is selected, a non-CASS-certified configuration will be generated.

DMM 708 states to match to a PO Box first when on the same address line or the PO Box address is the primary address line.

Optional.Default is blank.

Mixed Case Option

blank, C, or L

Indicating whether to return mixed case in all address components:

Blank   Matched output will be returned in all uppercase.

C   All address components that contain text will be returned in mixed case.

L   All address components that contain text will be returned in lower case.

Optional.Default is blank.

Return ZIP Code when not correlated to city/state

Y or N

Indicating whether the Input ZIP Code should be returned when there is no correlation between the input city/state and ZIP Code:

Y   Store the Input ZIP Code.

N   Do NOT store the Input ZIP Code.

NOTE: If Y is chosen, a non-CASS certified configuration is created. No PS Form 3553 will be generated.

Optional.Default is N.

Store non-standard PMB numbers

Y or N

Indicates whether to store non-standard private mailbox numbers:

Y   Store ALL private mailbox numbers.

N   Store ONLY standard private mailbox numbers.

NOTE: If Y is chosen, a non-CASS certified configuration will be created. No USPS Form 3553 is generated.

Optional.Default is N.

Max Address Correctness for storage

1 numeric character

A one character code indicating the (relative) probable correctness of the address match:

0    The address is most likely to be correct.

1-8   Intermediate values.

9   The address is least likely to be correct.

The value typed here overrides the individual Maximum Address Correctness storage settings for the 5-digit ZIP Code, carrier route code, ZIP + 4 Code, standardized address, and city/state.

Optional.Default is 9.

Maximum Overall Correctness for storage

1 numeric character

A one character code indicating the (relative) probable correctness of the overall match:

0   The match is most likely to be correct.

1-8   Intermediate values.

9   The overall match is least likely to correct.

The value typed here overrides individual Maximum Overall Correctness storage settings for the 5-digit ZIP Code, carrier route code, ZIP + 4 Code, standardized address, and city/state.

Optional.Default is 9.

User-controlled CASS Configuration suffix

1 or 2 numeric characters

Specifies a configuration number (00-99) to be used when a "Configuration ID" for the Postal Form 3553 cannot be determined.  The configuration number typed here will be appended to a "Z" for use.

Optional.No Default.

Terminate If Non-CASS Certified

Y or N

An option indicating whether to continue processing a job if the job is not CASS certified.

Y   Continue running the job.

N   Do not continue running the job.

Default is N.