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Spectrum OnDemand Web Services (REST)

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Spectrum > Geocoding > Enterprise Tax
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Spectrum > Quality > Addressing
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Spectrum OnDemand
Title
Spectrum OnDemand Web Services (REST)
Copyright
2024
First publish date
2006
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Table 1. Open Name Parser Output

Response Element

Format

Description

AccountDescription

String

An account description that is part of the name. For example, in "Mary Jones Account # 12345", the account description is "Account#12345".

Names

String

A hierarchical field that contains a list of parsed elements. This field is returned when you check the Output results as list box under Parsing Options.

Fields Related to Names of Companies

FirmConjunction

String

Indicates that the name of a firm contains a conjunction such as "d/b/a" (doing business as), "o/a" (operating as), and "t/a" (trading as).

FirmName

String

The name of a company. For example, Precisely.

FirmSuffix

String

The corporate suffix. For example, "Co." and "Inc."

IsFirm

String

Indicates that the name is a firm rather than an individual.

Fields Related to Names of Individual People

   

Conjunction

String

Indicates that the name contains a conjunction such as "and", "or", or "&".

CultureCode

String

The culture codes contained in the input data.

CultureCodeUsedToParse

String

Identifies the culture-specific grammar that was used to parse the data.

Null (empty)
Global culture (default).
de
German.
es
Spanish.
ja
Japanese.
Note: If you added your own domain using the Open Parser Domain Editor, the cultures and culture codes for that domain will appear in this field as well.

FirstName

String

The first name of a person.

GeneralSuffix

String

A person's general/professional suffix. For example, MD or PhD.

IsParsed

String

Indicates whether an output record was parsed. Values are true or false.

IsPersonal

String

Indicates whether the name is an individual rather than a firm. Values are true or false.

IsReverseOrder

String

Indicates whether the input name is in reverse order. Values are true or false.

LastName

String

The last name of a person. Includes the paternal last name.

LeadingData

String

Non-name information that appears before a name.

MaturitySuffix

String

A person's maturity/generational suffix. For example, Jr. or Sr.

MiddleName

String

The middle name of a person.

Name.

String

The personal or firm name that was provided in the input.

NameScore

String

Indicates the average score of known and unknown tokens for each name. The value of NameScore will be between 0 and 100, as defined in the parsing grammar. 0 is returned when no matches are returned.

SecondaryLastName

String

In Spanish parsing grammar, the surname of a person's mother.

TitleOfRespect

String

Information that appears before a name, such as "Mr.", "Mrs.", or "Dr."

TrailingData

String

Non-name information that appears after a name.

Fields Related to Conjoined Names

   

Conjunction2

String

Indicates that a second, conjoined name contains a conjunction such as "and", "or", or "&".

Conjunction3

String

Indicates that a third, conjoined name contains a conjunction such as "and", "or", or "&".

FirmName2

String

The name of a second, conjoined company. For example, Baltimore Gas & Electric dba Constellation Energy.

FirmSuffix2

String

The suffix of a second, conjoined company.

FirstName2

String

The first name of a second, conjoined name.

FirstName3

String

The first name of a third, conjoined name.

GeneralSuffix2

String

The general/professional suffix for a second, conjoined name. For example, MD or PhD.

GeneralSuffix3

String

The general/professional suffix for a third, conjoined name. For example, MD or PhD.

IsConjoined

String

Indicates that the input name is conjoined. An example of a conjoined name is "John and Jane Smith."

LastName2

String

The last name of a second, conjoined name.

LastName3

String

The last name of a third, conjoined name.

MaturitySuffix2

String

The maturity/generational suffix for a second, conjoined name. For example, Jr. or Sr.

MaturitySuffix3

String

The maturity/generational suffix for a third, conjoined name. For example, Jr. or Sr.

MiddleName2

String

The middle name of a second, conjoined name.

MiddleName3

String

The middle name of a third, conjoined name.

TitleOfRespect2

String

Information that appears before a second, conjoined name, such as "Mr.", "Mrs.", or "Dr."

TitleOfRespect3

String

Information that appears before a third, conjoined name, such as "Mr.", "Mrs.", or "Dr."