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  1. Preface
  2. Content Installation
  3. Configuration Steps for Address Reference Data
  4. Appendix A: Address Validator Transformation Advanced Properties

Address Validation Engine Properties

Address Validation Engine Properties

The address validation engine properties include the current engine version, the engine in which the certification components were most recently updated, and the data preloading method.
The following table describes the engine properties that display when you select the Content Management Service in the
Content Status
view:
Property
Value
Engine Version
The version of the address validation engine that the Data Integration Service runs.
CASS Version
The version of the address validation engine in which Informatica most recently updated the CASS certification components. Use the property to identify the engine version in a CASS certification report.
The property also includes the CASS certification cycle that the engine supports. For example, the engine might support certification cycle N.
AMAS Version
The version of the address validation engine in which Informatica most recently updated the AMAS certification components. Use the property to identify the engine version in a AMAS certification report.
SendRight Version
The version of the address validation engine in which Informatica most recently updated the SendRight certification components. Use the property to identify the engine version in a SendRight certification report.
SERP Version
The version of the address validation engine in which Informatica most recently updated the SERP certification components. Use the property to identify the engine version in a SERP certification report.
SNA Version
The version of the address validation engine in which Informatica most recently updated the SNA certification components. Use the property to identify the engine version in a SNA certification report.
Preloading Method
The method that the Data Integration Service uses to preload reference database into memory. The Content Management Service properties specify the countries for which the Data Integration Service preloads reference data. The possible values are MAP and LOAD. The default value is MAP.
The MAP method and the LOAD method both allocate a block of memory and then read the reference data into the block. However, the MAP method can share reference data between multiple processes.
Cache Size
The size of the data cache that the Data Integration Service uses for reference data that the service does not preload. The possible values are NONE, SMALL, and LARGE. The default value is LARGE.
Maximum Memory Usage
The number of megabytes of memory that the address validation engine can allocate. The default value is 4096.
Maximum Address Object Count
The maximum number of address validation instances that the Data Integration Service can run at the same time. The default value is 3.
Maximum Thread Count
The maximum number of threads that address validation can use. The default value is 2.
Maximum Result Count
The maximum number of addresses that address validation can return when you run a mapping in suggestion list mode. The default value is 20. The upper limit on the property is 100.
Current Date
The current date. The Developer tool returns the property values that apply on the current date.
Write XML BOM
Indicates whether the Data Integration Service writes a byte order mark in the GetConfig.xml file. The possible values are ALWAYS, IF_NECESSARY, and NEVER. The default value is IF_NECESSARY.
XML Encoding
Identifies the XML encoding that the address validation engine uses to read and write data.


Updated August 04, 2020