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Address Validator Transformation

This section describes new features to the Address Validator transformation that you create in the Developer tool.
You can configure the Address Validator transformation to run in the following modes:
Address Code Lookup Mode
When you select address code lookup mode, the Data Integration Service reads an identification code and returns the corresponding address elements from the reference data. The identification code can refer to a locality, street, or mailbox. For example, you can enter the choumei aza code for a Japanese address and retrieve the complete address as output.
Interactive Mode
When you select interactive mode, address validation reads a partial address and returns all addresses from the reference data that match the input elements. Select interactive mode to add data to an incomplete address. You can enter the partial address on a single input port.
You also can enter a partial address on a single input port when you configure the transformation to run in suggestion list mode.
You can select the following ports for the Address Validator transformation:
Count
Output port that indicates the number of addresses in the address reference data sets that match the data in the input address.
Count Overflow
Output port that indicates whether the reference data contains addresses that address validation does not return to the transformation.
Gmina Code PL
Output port returns the identification code for the municipality or commune to which a Polish address belongs.
Institute of Geography and Statistics Code
Output port that contains a seven-digit identification code for the city or state to which a Brazilian address belongs.
Locality Identifier DE
Input and output ports that contain the identification code for a German locality.
National Address Database Identifier ZA
Input and output port that contains a seven-digit identification code for the street in a South African address.
National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies Code
Input and output port that identifies the administrative regions to which a French address belongs. The National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies code is also called the INSEE code.
New Choumei Aza Code JP
Output port that returns a unique delivery point code for a Japanese mailbox.
Official Municipality Key DE
Input and output ports that contain an identification code for a German municipality.
Postal Address Code AT
Output port that contains building-level post code data for an Austrian address.
Postal Address Code RS
Output port that returns a street-level post code for a Serbian address.
Postal Code Extension
Output port that contains a two-digit suffix for the post code of a Swiss address.
Street Identifier DE
Input and output ports that contain a street-level identification code for a German address.
Supplementary status ports
Output ports that indicate if address validation can return supplementary data for an address.
The transformation includes supplementary status ports for Austria, Brazil, France, Germany, Poland, South Africa, and Switzerland.
TERYT Locality Identifier PL
Output port that contains the identification code for the locality to which a Polish address belongs.
TERYT Street Identifier PL
Output port that contains the identification code for the street in a Polish address.
Unique Delivery Point Reference Number GB
Output port that returns a unique delivery point code for a United Kingdom mailbox.
For more information, see the
Informatica 9.6.1 Address Validator Port Reference
and the
Informatica
9.6.1
Developer Transformation Guide
.
You can configure the following advanced properties for the Address Validator transformation:
Alias Locality
The property determines whether address validation replaces a valid location alias with the official location name.
Matching Extended Archive
The property determines whether address validation returns a unique delivery point code for an out-of-date Japanese address.


Updated April 09, 2019