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Spectrum OnDemand Web Services (REST)
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The address may be identical to the input address if the input address was accurate, or it may be a standardized version of the input address, or it may be a candidate address when multiple matches are found.

The output casing for fields for Great Britain are now in upper case, as of the Q1 2016 data update.

Note: Canada has several unique output fields. database. See Canada Output for details.
Table 1. Address Output

Response Element

Description

AddressLine1

First line of the address.

AddressLine2

Second line of the address.

ApartmentLabel

The type of unit, such as apartment, suite, or lot.

ApartmentLabel.Input

The type of unit, such as apartment, suite, or lot as it was input.

ApartmentNumber

Unit number.

ApartmentNumber.Input

Unit number as it was input

City

The municipality name.

For Japan, the municipality subdivision (sub-city)

City.Input

The municipality name as it was input. For Japan, the municipality subdivision (sub-city)

Country

The three-letter ISO 3166-1 Alpha 3 country code.

For Canada, the country code is CAN.

Addresses for countries that do not have a dedicated geocoding stage return the country code associated with the input address. For example, Vatican City addresses return VAT in the Country field, regardless of whether VAT or ITA (Italy) was passed as the country code. Similarly, addresses in Martinique return MTQ (rather than FRA) in the Country field.

Country.Input

The three-letter ISO 3166-1 Alpha 3 country code as it was input.

For Canada, the country code is CAN.

Addresses for countries that do not have a dedicated geocoding stage return the country code associated with the input address. For example, Vatican City addresses return VAT in the Country field, regardless of whether VAT or ITA (Italy) was passed as the country code. Similarly, addresses in Martinique return MTQ (rather than FRA) in the Country field.

County

The meaning of county varies by country.

  • CAN (Canada) - Not used
DataType
The returned numeric value represents a data vendor:
  • 0 - USPS
  • 1 - TIGER
  • 2 - TomTom
  • 3 - Sanborn Points
  • 4 - Tele Atlas
  • 5 - Geosys
  • 6 - HERE
  • 7 - TomTom Points
  • 9 - Auxiliary
  • 11 - HERE Points
  • 12 - HERE Points
  • 15 - HERE Points
  • 20 - MapKing International
  • 21 - PT. Duta Astakona Girinda
  • 22 - Lepton
  • 23 - IPC
  • 24 - Map Information Solutions SDN BHD
  • 25 - Critchlow
  • 26 - MIS
  • 27 - Ordnance Survey
  • 28 - Spatial Platform
  • 29 - Code Point
  • 30 - Ordnance Survey AddressBase
  • 31 - PMSA Point
  • 32 - PMSA
  • 33 - MBI
  • 34 - PBS
  • 35 - NE

FirmName

Name of the company or a place name.

FirmName.Input

Name of the company or a place name as it was input.

FormattedInputStreet.Input

The street as it was input.

Geocoder.MatchCode

–

HouseNumber

The building number for the matched location.

HouseNumber.Input

The building number for the matched location as it was input

HouseNumberHigh

The highest house number of the range in which the address resides.

HouseNumberLow

The lowest house number of the range in which the address resides.

HouseNumberParity

Indicates if the house number range contains even or odd numbers or both.

E
Even
O
Odd
B
Both
U
Unknown

IntersectionIdStreet2.Input

The second street in an intersection address as it was input.

IsCloseMatch

Indicates whether candidate is a close match.

Language

For reverse geocoded candidates, the two-character language code is returned.

LastLine

Complete last address line (city, state/province, and postal code).

Latitude

Latitude of the candidate.

LeadingDirectional

Street directional that precedes the street name. For example, the N in 138 N Main Street.

LeadingDirectional.Input

Street directional that precedes the street name as it was input.

Locality

The meaning of locality varies by country. Generally a locality is a village in rural areas or it may be a suburb in urban areas. When used, a locality typically appears on the last line of the address with the postcode.
  • CAN (Canada)—Dissemination Area and Enumeration Area (DA and EA)

Locality.Input

The locality as it was input.
  • CAN (Canada)—Dissemination Area and Enumeration Area (DA and EA)

Longitude

Longitude of the candidate.

NumberOfCandidateRanges

Indicates the number of ranges of which the candidate is a member. A candidate may be a part of multiple ranges if the candidate is a street instead of a building. To specify the number of ranges to return for each candidate, use the MaxRanges option.

NumberOfRangeUnits

Indicates the number of units included in the range. A unit is an address within a building, such as an apartment or office suite.

PBKey

A unique ID for the address for use as a lookup key.

PostalCode

The postal code for the address. The format of the postcode varies by country. Postcode data is not available for every country.

PostalCode.Addon

The second part of a postcode. For Canadian addresses this will be the LDU. This field is not used by most countries.

PostalCode.Addon.Input

The second part of a postcode as it was input. For Canadian addresses this will be the LDU. This field is not used by most countries.

PostalCode.Base

The first part of a postcode. For Canadian addresses this will be the FSA. This field is not used by most countries.

PostalCode.Base.Input

The first part of a postcode. For Canadian addresses this will be the FSA. This field is not used by most countries.

PreAddress

Miscellaneous information that appears before the street name.

PrivateMailbox

This field is not currently used.

Ranges

This is a list field containing the address ranges that exist on the street segment where the candidate address is located.

A range is a series of addresses along a street segment. For example, 5400-5499 Main St. is an address range representing addresses in the 5400 block of Main St. A range may represent just odd or even addresses within a segment, or both odd and even addresses. A range may also represent a single building with multiple units, such as an apartment building.

The Ranges field contains the following sub-fields:

 
Address
This is a list filed that contains sub-fields for any address elements (AddressLine1, City, and so on) that are different from the candidate's address.
AdditionalFields
A listing of country-specific information related to the address. The information contained in AdditionalFields varies by country.
HouseNumberHigh
The highest address number for the range.
HouseNumberLow
The lowest address number for the range.
 
SegmentParity
Indicates the side of the street where the range is located. One of the following:
0
It is not known which side of the street the range is located on.
1
The range is on the left side of the street.
2
The range is on the right side of the street.
 
HouseNumberParity
Indicates whether the range contains odd or even address numbers. One of the following:
0
The range contains both odd and even address numbers.
1
The range contains odd address numbers
2
The range contains even address numbers.
-1
It is not known whether the range contains odd or even house numbers.
 
TotalRangeUnitsReturned
The number of unit ranges returned for the address. A unit is an address within a building, such as an apartment or suite.
RangeUnits
A list of the ranges of units within the building. An example of units are apartments or suites.
Address
This is a list filed that contains sub-fields for any address elements (AddressLine1, City, and so on) that are different from the candidate's address.
UnitNumberHigh
The highest unit number.
UnitNumberLow
The lowest unit number.

SegmentCode

A unique ID that identifies a street segmentan individual address. In Japan, this is the Jusho code. A Jusho Code is a point ID that represents a unique address.

SegmentParity

Indicates which side of the street has odd numbers.

L
Left side of the street
R
Right side of the street
B
Both sides of the street
U
Undetermined

StateProvince

The meaning of State/Province varies by country.
  • CAN (Canada) - Province

StreetDataType

The default search order rank of the database used to geocode the address. A value of "1" indicates that the database is first in the default search order, "2" indicates that the database is second in the default search order, and so on.

The default database search order is specified in the Management Console.

StreetName

For most countries, this contains the street name.

StreetPrefix

The type of street when the street type appears before the base street name.

StreetSuffix

The type of street when the street type appears after the base street name.

TrailingDirectional

Street directional that follows the street name. For example, the N in 456 3rd St. N.

UnitNumberHigh

The highest unit number of the range in which the unit resides.

UnitNumberLow

The lowest unit number of the range in which the unit resides.

Return Parsed Address The formatted input address can be returned along with a separate returned field for each input address element. Parsed Address Input elements are returned in separately labeled fields names with a .Input extension. See Result Codes.