Express Entry:ExpressAddress

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Standard http://expressentry.melissadata.net/web/ExpressAddress
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Standard http://expressentry.melissadata.net/jsonp/ExpressAddress
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ExpressAddress

The ExpressAddress service is consumed to retrieve U.S. results containing all of the available address elements of an address record: AddressLine1, City, State, PostalCode, SuiteName, SuiteRange, and SuiteCount.

A typical use of the ExpressAddress method is preceded by a call to the ExpressPostalCode service. The ExpressPostalCode service is provided as a means of retrieving postal code, city, and state combinations using the postal code as the search input.

Example Call

http://expressentry.melissadata.net/web/ExpressAddress?format={FORMAT}&id={ID}&line1={LINE1}&city={CITY}&state={STATE}&postalcode={POSTALCODE}&maxrecords={MAXRECORDS}
Requested Field Input Description
Format {XML, JSON} The return format of the request.
ID Text The License Key or token
Line1 Search terms delimited by %20 or space. The actual words of the search term.
City Text Optional. The city of the address.
State Text Optional. The state of the address.
PostalCode Text Optional. The postal code of the address.
Maxrecords Number The maximum number of records to return.

Schema

?format=
The response will be formatted according to the value set here.
Valid values are: XML and JSON.
&id=
The ID element can contain your user ID, a complete License Key, or a token.
&line1=
Line1 input typically contains house number and street information i.e. “100 Main St.” Line1 is used in combination with City, State, or PostalCode.
&city=
Using the City in a query will help refine results, limiting responses accordingly.
&state=
Using the State in a query will help refine results, limiting responses accordingly.
&postalcode=
Using the postal code in a query will help refine results, limiting responses accordingly.
&maxrecords=
Maxrecords is provided to control the number of results returned from a request to the service.
The default value is 10.
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