Parsed Address Elements Output - 23.1

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Output addresses are formatted in the parsed address format if you select the Include matched address elements check box set OutputRecordType = E. If you want Validate Address Loqate to return formatted data in the Parsed Address format when validation fails (that is, a normalized address), select the Return normalized data when no match is found check box specify OutputFormattedOnFail = Y.

Note: If you want Validate Address Loqate to always return parsed input data regardless of whether or not validation is successful, select Include standardized input address elements specify OutputRecordType = I. For more information, see Parsed Input.
Table 1. Parsed Address Output

Field Name

columnName

Response Element

Description

AddressBlock1-9

The AddressBlock output fields contain a formatted version of the standardized or normalized address as it would be printed on a physical mailpiece. The address is formatted into address blocks using postal authority standards. Each line of the address is returned in a separate address block field. There can be up to nine address block output fields: AddressBlock1 through AddressBlock9. For example, this input address:

AddressLine1: 4200 Parliament Place
AddressLine2: Suite 600
City: Lanham
StateProvince: MD
PostalCode: 20706

Results in this address block output:

AddressBlock1: 4200 PARLIAMENT PL STE 600
AddressBlock2: LANHAM MD 20706-1882

ApartmentLabel

Apartment designator (such as STE or APT), for example: 123 E Main St APT 3

ApartmentNumber

Apartment number, for example: 123 E Main St APT 3

ApartmentNumber2

Secondary apartment number, for example: 123 E Main St APT 3, 4th Floor

Building

Descriptive name identifying an individual location.

City

Validated city name

Country

Country. Format is determined by what you selected in Country formatOutputCountryFormat:

  • ISO Code
  • UPU Code
  • English

County*

The smallest geographic data element within a country, for instance, USA County

FirmName

The validated firm or company name

HouseNumber

House number, for example: 123 E Main St Apt 3

LeadingDirectional

Leading directional, for example: 123 E Main St Apt 3

POBox

Post office box number. If the address is a rural route address, the rural route box number will appear here.

PostalCode

Validated postal code. For U.S. addresses, this is the ZIP Code.

Principality *

The largest geographic data element within a country

StateProvince

Validated state or province name

StreetAlias

Alternate street name; typically applies only to a specific range of addresses on the street. If you do not allow street aliases in the output then the street's "base" name will appear in the output regardless of whether or not there is an alias for the street. for example: 123 E Main St Apt 3

StreetName

Street name, for example: 123 E Main St Apt 3

StreetSuffix

Street suffix, for example: 123 E Main St Apt 3

Subcity*

A smaller population center data element, dependent on the contents of the Locality field. For instance, Turkish Neighbourhood.

Substreet*

The dependent street or block data element within a country. For instance, UK Dependent Street.

TrailingDirectional

Trailing directional, for example: 123 Pennsylvania Ave NW

*This is a subfield and may not contain data.