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Spectrum OnDemand Web Services (REST)
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GlobalTypeAhead CAN takes an address fragment as input, for example,'123 Mai', '123 Main St, Apple', and returns candidate addresses that match theinput.

Table 1. GlobalTypeAhead CAN Input

Parameter

Format

Description

Data.AddressLine1

String

The firstaddress line. It may contain City, StateProvince or PostalCodeinformation. It is a mandatory field.

Note: The guidelines given below do not apply if you provide City, StateProvince, or PostalCode along with AddressLine1.
  • Include at least two words that are separated by a space. The second word must be at least three characters long. For example, an input of 430 or 4575 Cot, you will get an address in return. However, typing just 430 or 4575 Co will not return an address.
  • The non-numeric string should have five or more characters. For example, an input of Bavarian Way, Cana will return a valid address.

Data.City

String

The city name.

It is only specified when results need to be restricted to acity.

Data.StateProvince

String

The state or province.

It is only specified when results need to be restricted to astate or province.

Data.InstanceKey

String

The InstanceKey is used for usage tracking purposes so that youare only charged each time a user looks up an address and noteach time the service is called.

An instance key can be created by calling theCreateAddressingInstanceKey service before the first time youcall a Global Type Ahead service.

The service will then return an InstanceKey value that is thesame. If it is different, that means the same InstanceKey hasbeen used too long. You should pass this new InstanceKey tosubsequent calls until the user has selected an address orabandoned an address.

Refer to GlobalTypeAhead example that explains the usage ofInstanceKey.
Note: If you are entering multiple addresses,such as a separate Ship To and Ship Fromaddresses, these are considered separate address lookups anddo not share the same InstanceKey.

Data.PostCode

String

The post code.