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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)

PreferredScript Examples

PreferredScript Examples

The following examples show how the
PreferredScript
attribute functions in different scenarios.

Japan address input in Kanji script

The following Japan address is in Kanji script. The
PreferredScript
attribute is set to PRESERVE_INPUT.
<InputData> <AddressElements> <Country Item="1" Type="NAME">JAPAN</Country> <Locality Item="1" Type="COMPLETE">大阪市</Locality> <Locality Item="2" Type="COMPLETE">都島区</Locality> <Locality Item="3" Type="COMPLETE">内代町</Locality> <PostalCode Item="1" Type="UNFORMATTED">〒534-0013</PostalCode> <Province Item="1" Type="COUNTRY_STANDARD">大阪府</Province> <Street Item="1" Type="COMPLETE">2丁目</Street> </AddressElements> </InputData>
The output is in Kanji script:
<FormattedAddressLine Line="1">JAPAN〒534-0013大阪府大阪市都島区内代町2丁目</FormattedAddressLine>

Japan address input in mixed script

The following input address contains both Latin and Kanji scripts.
<InputData> <AddressElements> <Country Item="1" Type="NAME">JAPAN</Country> <Locality Item="1" Type="COMPLETE">ŌSAKA-SHI</Locality> <Locality Item="2" Type="COMPLETE">MIYAKOJIMA-KU</Locality> <Locality Item="3" Type="COMPLETE">UCHINDAI-CHŌ</Locality> <PostalCode Item="1" Type="UNFORMATTED">534-0013</PostalCode> <Province Item="1" Type="COUNTRY_STANDARD">ŌSAKA-FU</Province> <Street Item="1" Type="COMPLETE">2 CHŌME</Street> <Organization Item="1" Type="COMPLETE">オ</Organization> </AddressElements> </InputData>
The output in this case, where the input contains both Latin and Kanji scripts, is in Kanji script , which is the default script of the Japanese address database.
<FormattedAddressLine Line="1">〒534-0013大阪府大阪市都島区内代町2丁目オ</FormattedAddressLine>

Russia address input in Latin script

The following input address contains Latin script.
<InputData> <AddressElements> <Country Item="1" Type="NAME">RUSSIAN FEDERATION</Country> <Locality Item="1" Type="COMPLETE">Majma</Locality> <PostalCode Item="1" Type="UNFORMATTED">649100</PostalCode> <Province Item="1" Type="COUNTRY_STANDARD">Altaj</Province> <Street Item="1" Type="COMPLETE">ul. Celinnaâ</Street> <Number Item="1" Type="COMPLETE">1</Number> </AddressElements> </InputData>
The output in this case is in Latin script because of the PRESERVE_INPUT setting.
<FormattedAddressLine Line="1">ul. Celinnaâ 1</FormattedAddressLine> <FormattedAddressLine Line="2">Majma</FormattedAddressLine> <FormattedAddressLine Line="3">Altaj</FormattedAddressLine> <FormattedAddressLine Line="4">649100</FormattedAddressLine>

Russia address in mixed input that contains Cyrillic and Latin scripts:

The following input address contains both Cyrillic and Latin scripts.
<InputData> <AddressElements> <Country Item="1" Type="NAME">RUSSIAN FEDERATION</Country> <Locality Item="1" Type="COMPLETE">Majma</Locality> <PostalCode Item="1" Type="UNFORMATTED">649100</PostalCode> <Province Item="1" Type="COUNTRY_STANDARD">Altaj</Province> <Street Item="1" Type="COMPLETE">ul. Celinnaâ</Street> <Number Item="1" Type="COMPLETE">1</Number> <Organization Item="1" Type="COMPLETE">й</Organization> </AddressElements> </InputData>
If you set
PreferredScript
to PRESERVE_INPUT, the output contains only Cyrillic because that is the default script of the Russia reference address database.
<FormattedAddressLine Line="1">Й</FormattedAddressLine> <FormattedAddressLine Line="2">ул. Целинная 1</FormattedAddressLine> <FormattedAddressLine Line="3">Майма</FormattedAddressLine> <FormattedAddressLine Line="4">Алтай</FormattedAddressLine> <FormattedAddressLine Line="5">649100</FormattedAddressLine>