Match Code values - GeoTAX_Premium - 7 - 7.7

GeoTAX Premium for Windows, UNIX/Linux, and z/OS

Product type
Software
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Product family
Geo Addressing
Product
GeoTAX Premium
Version
7.7
Language
English
Product name
GeoTAX Premium
Title
GeoTAX Premium for Windows, UNIX/Linux, and z/OS
Copyright
2023
First publish date
1998
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2023-10-19
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2023-10-19T16:49:54.924301

The following table contains the Match Code values. You can find a description of the hex digits for the different Match Codes in the table following the Match Code table.

Code

Description

Ahhh

Same as Shhh, but indicates match to an alias name record or an alternate record.

Chh

Street address did not match, but located a street segment based on the input ZIP Code or city.

D00

Matched to a small town with P.O. Box or General Delivery only.

Ghhh

Matched to an auxiliary file.

Hhhh

House number was changed.

Jhhh

Not used.

Qhhh

Matched to USPS range records with unique ZIP Codes.

Rhhh

Matched to a ranged address.

Shhh

Matched to USPS data. This is considered the best address match, because it matched directly against the USPS list of addresses. S is returned for a small number of addresses when the matched address has a blank ZIP+4.

Thhh

Matched to a street segment record.

Uhhh

Matched to USPS data but cannot resolve the ZIP+4 code without the firm name or other information.

Xhhh

Matched to an intersection of two streets, for example, “Clay St & Michigan Ave.” The first hex digit refers to the last line information, the second hex digit refers to the first street in the intersection, and the third hex digit refers to the second street in the intersection.

Note: The USPS does not allow intersections as a valid deliverable address.

Yhhh

Same as Xhhh, but an alias name record was used for one or both streets.

Z

No address given, but verified the provided ZIP Code.