Specifies when Informatica Address Verification should write a byte order mark (BOM) in the
file. You can configure one of the following options:
The default value is IF_NECESSARY.
Specifies the encoding for the XML files that Address Verification creates. To view the list of encoding types, see
XML Encoding Types
Specifies the size of memory cache to allocate for each of the address verification threads. You can configure one of the following options:
NONE. Address Verification does not allocate any memory for caching.
SMALL. Address Verification allocates 0.4 MB of memory for caching.
LARGE. Address Verification allocates 0.75 MB of memory for caching.
The default value is LARGE.
If you set either SMALL or LARGE for the
attribute, Address Verification allocates one memory cache for each of the address processing threads. For example, if you set
to 4, and
to SMALL, Address Verification allocates 4 x 0.4 = 1.6 MB of memory for caching.
Specifies the maximum number of address processing threads that Address Verification can process simultaneously.
The default value is 1. You can set a minimum value of one, and a maximum value based on the system capabilities. There is no upper cap on the value that you can configure for this attribute. However, consider your system capabilities and number of cores available for Address Verification before you decide on a value for this attribute. For best results, you can consider a value that is one less than the total number of cores on the device.
For example, on a device that has four cores, you can set
If you set a
value higher than the
, value, Address Verification reduces the
value to the
Specifies the maximum number of address objects that Address Verification can process simultaneously. The default value is 1.
value that is appropriate for the system capabilities. For example, you might set the value to once, twice, or three times the
value, depending on whether the software uses double buffering or triple buffering. If you set
to 2, you can set the
value can be 4 or 6.
The engine does not specify an upper limit for the
value. For example, the AddressCheck application can use five AddressObjects on a single thread because AddressCheck prefills each AddressObject with a different mode setting.
If you set a
value lower than the
value, Address Verification reduces the value of
Specifies the maximum amount of memory, in MB, that Address Verification can request from the operating system.
The default value is 512 MB. Consider different memory requirements such as general memory block, thread memory block, caching memory, preloading memory block, and so on when you calculate
. Address Verification fails to initialize if you set a value lower than the size of memory Address Verification requires.
Specifies the maximum number of suggestions Address Verification returns while verifying addresses in the Interactive mode. You can configure a value between 1 and 100. The default value is 20.
Specifies the preloading method for reference address databases. You can configure one of the following options:
MAP is the default value. The LOAD option is available for backward compatibility.