AM2OUT - Code-1_Plus - 5.0

CODE-1 Plus Reference for all Platforms

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 Reference for all Platforms
Copyright
2024
First publish date
1998
ft:lastEdition
2024-05-15
ft:lastPublication
2024-05-15T00:07:55.920704

Optional. Use AM2OUT, a continuation of AM OUT, to identify the location on the output record to store the return codes.

The USPS considers a match to a default record when the input address matches to a high rise default record OR when the input address had the potential to match a USPS high rise record, but is either missing an input secondary number or does not match the USPS high rise records and no high rise default record exists in the database. When this second circumstance occurs, the ZIP + 4 code is assigned according to the USPS street record type. This is also reported as a high rise default match. For rural route and military addresses with box numbers, the default is set when the input box number does not match the box range on the USPS database.

Position

Field Name

Description

1-6

Keyword

Required. AM2OUT is the only acceptable entry.

8-10

Location for Highrise Default 

Optional. The output location for the High Rise default. One of the following codes is stored:

  • H: Record matched to a High Rise default record.

  • Blank: No match was made. Matched record was not a default record.

12-14

Location for Rural Route Default

Optional. The output location for the Rural Route default. One of the following codes is stored:

  • R: Record matched to a Rural Route default record.

  • Blank: No match was made. Matched record was not a default record.

16-18

Location for Military Default

Optional. The output location for the Military default. One of the following codes is stored:

  • M: Record matched to a Military default record.

  • Blank: No match was made. Matched record was not a default record

20-22

Location for Unique ZIP Code-City/State Correlation Return Code

Optional. The output location for the unique ZIP Code-City/State correlation return code. One of the following codes is stored:

  • U: The original ZIP Code was unique and did not correspond to the input city/state.

  • Blank: Input ZIP Code was either not unique or was unique and corresponded to the input city/state.

28-30

Location for Auxiliary Filename Match

Optional. The output location for the Auxiliary File Name Match code. Only one code option:

  • 1: Early Warning System (EWS) File.

  • Blank: No default.

32-34

Location for Secondary Component Processing Indicator

Optional. The output location for the Secondary Component processing indicator. One of the following codes is stored:

  • E: Exact match.

  • S: Multiple secondary match logic used.

  • Blank: No multiple secondary component logic used.

36-38

Location for Override City Name Indicator

Optional. The override city name refers to the city name for the Preferred Last Line Key (PLL) from the USPS ZIP + 4 File. The default city name refers to the city name for the PPL Key on the USPS City/State File. The output location for the override city name indicator. One of the following codes is stored:

  • O: Override city name stored.

  • Blank: Default city name stored.

40-42

Location for Input City Type Indicator

Optional. The output location for the input city type indicator. One of the following codes is stored:

  • P: Primary city.

  • S: Secondary city.

  • V: Vanity city.

  • Blank: No default.

44-46

Location for Military Address Indicator

Optional. The output location for the Indicator of military address:

  • M: Indicates a military address.

  • Blank: No default.

48-50

Location for ESM or ASM Indicator

Optional. The output location for the Indicator that Enhanced Street Matching (ESM) or All Street Matching (ASM) was performed for matching. One of the following codes is stored:

  • A: Matched using All Street Matching (matched misspelled first letter)

  • F: ASM performed but no match found

  • M: Matched using ESM

  • P: ESM performed but no match found.

  • Blank: No ASM or ESM performed.

52-54

Location for LACSLink Return Code

Optional. The output location for the LACSLink process success indicator. One of the following codes is stored:

  • A: LACS record match.

  • 00: No match.

  • 09: LACSLink was able to find the input address on its internal tables but for some reason did not return the new (converted) address.

  • 14: Match found LACS record but would not convert.

  • 92: Match with secondary information.

  • Blank: No LACS processing occurred.

56-58

Location for LACSLink Indicator

Optional. The output location for the Indicator of whether a table was matched. One of the following codes is stored:

  • F: LACS seed violation occurred.

  • N: No match occurred or a new address would not convert at runtime.

  • S: Input address contained both primary and secondary information but match occurred using only primary information.

  • Y: Full match occurred.

  • Blank: No LACS processing occurred.

60-62

Location for Street Default Flag

Optional. The output location for the street default flag. One of the following codes is stored:

  • S: Record is matched to a street default record.

  • Blank: Record matched is not a street default record.