Global Address Object:Input Parameters
Though they are listed in mixed case, the parameters are not case sensitive.
Address input formed utilizing the MelissaData published DTD for XML. The XML should include all address input elements for processing in verifyAddress.
The name of an organization provided as input for address processing.
Output values for address lines 1-8.
This parameter provides for the input of all address lines in a single string value with the defined lineSeparator for parsing.
These include village, town, city, borough, and district.
Specifies the distinct input value for double dependent locality. This is a string value for the smallest population center data element. This depends on the Locality and DependentLocality elements.
Specifies the distinct input value for dependent locality. This is a string value for a smaller population center data element and depends on the Locality element. For example, an urbanization in Puerto Rico.
Specifies the distinct input value for locality. This is a string value for the most common population center data element. For example, a city or municipality.
Specifies the distinct input value for postal code. In the US this is a zip code and not all countries support a postal code. To receive a valid result all input addresses should contain a postal code, locality, and/or administrative area.
Administrative Area and Higher
These include province, state, county, prefecture, territory, and country. All inputs allow for abbreviated values.
This is the smallest geographic data element. In the US this would be county, but can vary based on individual countries' organization structure.
This is the most common geographic data element. This is a state or province in countries like the United States, Canada, and Australia.
This is a country specific administrative classification at an arbitrary level below country. For example, a prefecture in Japan or a canton in Switzerland.
This is the input country name, code, number, or abbreviation.
This is a parameter which allows for a semicolon delimited list of ISO3 country codes to be provided for fielding. These countries are deemed to be override-able if other address elements indicate a different, more accurate input country value.
This is the input ISO2 or ISO3 country code.
This is the input ISO country number.
Address Thoroughfare and Premise
This is the input value for Post Office Box
This is the house number or premise number for the input address.