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  1. Preface
  2. Part 1: On-Prem Operations
  3. Part 2: Parameter and Element Reference
  4. Appendix A: JSON Schema
  5. Appendix B: Geocode Countries
  6. Appendix C: Certified Mode Values

Developer Guide

Developer Guide

Understanding the JSON Schema

Understanding the JSON Schema

Informatica Address Verification stores the elements and properties for verification in a JSON Schema file.
The
AVJob.schema.json
file contains the objects that you can use when you define the input and output records in the jobs that you run. Browse the schema hierarchy in a JSON editor to identify the objects that you need. Expand or contract the objects in the hierarchy to find the objects.
The JSON Schema file contains the parameters that you can use to submit with each request. The schema fragments that follow show the locations of some of the common objects in
AVJob.schema.json
file as they appear in a JSON editor.
To find the objects that you use to configure the engine, explore the
IDVEConfig.schema.json
file.

Input and Output Objects

The Input and Output objects contain a series of nested objects that you can expand to create the input and output address structures.
The following code fragment shows how you can find the Input and Output objects in the schema:

Address Elements for Input Address Definition

The following code fragment shows how you can find the AddressElements object for input address definition:

Address Elements for Output Address Definition

The following code fragment shows how you can find the AddressElements object for output address definition:

Status Codes

The following code fragment shows how you can find the StatusValues object, which you can expand to find status code objects to add to the output addresses:

Standardization Properties

You can configure standardization properties at the global level and at the country-specific level.
The following image shows how you can find the standardization properties: