Address Verification (On-Premises) All Products
An Austria address has a PAC ID value when the address receives mail at another address at the same location.
The PAC ID value is the Postal Address Code (PAC) value of the corresponding address that receives the mail.
For example, a PAC ID value of 100004254 returns the following address:
The address that gives access to the mailbox is the Ident address.
The Amtliche Gemeindeschlüssel (AGS) is a variable-length value that uniquely identifies a municipality in Germany. An AGS value might return more than one level of municipality information.
The Locality ID is a variable-length value that uniquely identifies a German locality.
The Street ID is a variable-length value that uniquely identifies a German street address.
For example, when you validate the following address:
Address Verification returns the following additional information in the address output:
The Choumei Aza code is an 11-digit value that corresponds to a delivery point address in Japan.
For example, a JPN_ChoumeiAzaCode of 28201160001 fetches the following result:
You can use the Choumei Aza code in address code lookup mode to find the current version or an historical version of an address.
The Choumei Aza code is an 11-digit value that defines a unique delivery point for Japan addresses. The Gaiku code is a four-digit value that identifies a city block (ban) in Japan. The combined Choumei Aza code and Gaiku code helps you to retrieve more accurate addresses from Address Verification.
The Postal Address Code (PAK) is a six-digit value that defines a unique Serbian address to the street level.
For example, a SRB_PAK value of 111411 fetches the following result:
The National Address Database (NAD) ID is a unique numeric ID assigned to a South Africa street address.
For example, a ZAF_NADID value of 2170232 fetches the following result:
The Unique Delivery Point Reference Number (UDPRN) is an eight-character value that uniquely identifies a postal address in the Royal Mail PAF database.
For example, a GBR_UDPRN value of 15511432 fetches the following result:
The Unique Property Reference Number (UPRN) is a numeric value that uniquely identifies a land or property unit in the United Kingdom.
For example, a GBR_UPRN value of 151117706 fetches the following result: