At initialization time, Address Verification processes the reference databases in the order in which they appear in
When you add database entries to SetConfig.xml, consider the following factors:
Address Verification must have enough memory resources to load the files. The
attribute specifies the amount of memory that Address Verification can request from the operating system.
If you add multiple entries for the same database file to SetConfig.xml, Address Verification applies the first entry and disregards subsequent entries. Once Address Verification loads a file into memory, it does not load the file again in the current session.
For example, if SetConfig.xml contains an entry that specifies a preloading type of NONE for a database, and a subsequent entry specifies FULL for the same database, Address Verification does not load the database into memory.
When you add database entries that specify different processing modes, the order of the entries can influence the engine performance. Add reference database entries to SetConfig.xml in the following order:
Any country-specific database that specifies certified mode.
Any country-specific database that specifies batch and interactive modes.
Any country-specific database that specifies fast completion mode.
Any country-specific database that specifies geocoding mode.
Any database entry that does not specify a country but rather uses ALL to indicate all countries.