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  1. Preface
  2. Getting Started with Informatica Address Verification (On-Premises)
  3. General Settings
  4. Input Parameters
  5. Process Parameters
  6. Address Enrichments
  7. Result Parameters
  8. Output Fields
  9. Assessment Codes and Return Codes
  10. Frequently Asked Questions
  11. Appendix A: Geocode Countries
  12. Appendix B: CASS Enrichments

Developer Guide (On-Premises)

Developer Guide (On-Premises)

Element Result Status

Element Result Status

Informatica Address Verification sets the Element Result Status (
ElementResultStatus
, ERS) value after verification to indicate whether verification (“verified”) or correction (“changed”) was possible.
The following values are possible for the address elements in positions 1 through 18:

    0. The output address contains no data at this position.

    1. The data at this position cannot be found in the reference data. The input data is copied to the output data.

    2. Data at this position is not checked but is standardized.

    3. Data at this position is checked but does not match the expected reference data. The reference data suggests that the number data is not in the valid range. The input data is copied to the output. The status value applies in batch mode only.

    4. Data at this position is copied from the input because the corresponding reference data is not available.

    5. Data at this position is valid but not changed because multiple matches exist in the reference data. The status value applies in batch mode only.

    6. Verification deleted the input value at this position.

    7. Data at this position is valid but contained a spelling error. Verification corrected the error by copying the value from the reference data.

    8. Data at this position is valid and updated by adding a value from the reference data. It can also mean that the reference database contains additional data for the input element. For example, verification can add a building or sub-building number if a perfect match is found for the street name or building name.

    9. Data at this position is valid but not changed, and the delivery status is not clear. For example, the DPV value is wrong.

    C. Data at this position is valid and verified, but the name data is out of date. Verification changed the name data.

    D. Data at this position is valid and verified but changed from an exonym to an official name.

    E. Data at this position is valid and verified. However, verification standardized the character case or the language. Verification can change the language if the value fully matches a language alternative. For example, verification can change "Brussels" to "Bruxelles" in a Belgium address.

    F. Data at this position is valid, verified, and not changed, due to a perfect match against the reference data

Positions 19 and 20 in the output string relate to country data. The country data values apply to the COUNTRYRECOGNITION process mode also.
The following values are possible for the address elements in positions 19 through 20:

    0. The output address contains no data at this position.

    1. The country is not recognized.

    4. The country is recognized from the DefaultCountryISO3 setting.

    5. The country is not recognized because multiple matches are available.

    6. The country is recognized from a script.

    7. The country is recognized from the address format.

    8. The country is recognized from major town data.

    9. The country is recognized from province data.

    C. The country is recognized from territory data.

    D. The country is recognized from the country name, but the name contains errors.

    E. The country is recognized from the country name without errors.

    F. The country is recognized from the ForceCountryISO3 setting.