MatchUp Web Service:SubmitRecords

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A request consists of a protocol to make a call to the service, detailing desired elements. Your License Key, Job ID, and Data Frame are all required.

MatchUp Web Service supports the JSON and REST protocols to access the service.

Header

HTTP headers need to match the protocols and formats being used.

MatchUp requires the values of Content-Type and Accept.

Example JSON Request Header

{
    "Content-Type": "application/json; charset=utf-8",
    "Accept": "application/json"
}


Field Names

This is a list of the field names and their protocol naming conventions.

Request

Field Name REST JSON
License Key id CustomerID
Job ID job JobID
Data Frame frame DataFrame
Records
Record ID recid RecordID
Full Name full FullName
First Name fn FirstName
Last Name ln LastName
Company Name comp CompanyName
Address Line 1 a1 AddressLine1
Address Line 2 a2 AddressLine2
Address Line 3 a3 AddressLine3
City city City
State state State
Postal Code postal PostalCode
Phone Number phone PhoneNumber
Email Address email EmailAddress
Transmission Reference t TransmissionReference
Format format Format


Response

Field Name
Results
TransmissionReference


SubmitRecordsRequest

Transmission Reference

Optional.
This is a string value that serves as a unique identifier for this set of records. It is returned as sent.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "TransmissionReference":"string"
REST &t = string


Format

Optional.
Specify the desired output format (XML or JSON). Default is .
Protocol Syntax
JSON "Format":"string"
REST &format = string


This will submit a set of records for processing.

License Key

Required.
This is a string value containing the License Key issued to the customer by Melissa for the MatchUp Web Service.
If this element is absent, the Web Service will return an error. To receive a License Key, please contact your Melissa sales representative at 1-800-MELISSA.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "CustomerID":"string"
REST &id = string


Job ID

Required.
This is a string value with the Job ID returned by CreateJob.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "JobID":"string"
REST &job = string


Data Frame

Required.
This is a string value with a user-specified unique identification for this set of record(s).
Protocol Syntax
JSON "DataFrame":"string"
REST &frame = string


Records

This is an array containing the record content. Only fields listed in the InputFields element of the matchcode's GetMatchcodeListResponse need to be input. Any other fields will be ignored.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "Records":{array}


Record ID

Optional.
This is a string value with a user-specified unique identification for this record.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "RecordID":"string"
REST &recid = string


Full Name

Optional.
This is a string value containing the full name.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "FullName":"string"
REST &full = string


First Name

Optional.
This is a string value containing the first name.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "FirstName":"string"
REST &fn = string


Last Name

Optional.
This is a string value containing the last name.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "LastName":"string"
REST &ln = string


Company Name

Optional.
This is a string value containing the company name.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "CompanyName":"string"
REST &comp = string


Address Line 1

Optional.
This is a string value containing the first address line.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "AddressLine1":"string"
REST &a1 = string


Address Line 2

Optional.
This is a string value containing the second address line.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "AddressLine2":"string"
REST &a2 = string


Address Line 3

Optional.
This is a string value containing the third address line.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "AddressLine3":"string"
REST &a3 = string


City

Optional.
This is a string value containing the city name.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "City":"string"
REST &city = string


State

Optional.
This is a string value containing the state.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "State":"string"
REST &state = string


Postal Code

Optional.
This is a string value containing the postal code.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "PostalCode":"string"
REST &postal = string


Phone Number

Optional.
This is a string value containing the phone number.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "PhoneNumber":"string"
REST &phone = string


Email Address

Optional.
This is a string value containing the email address.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "EmailAddress":"string"
REST &email = string


SubmitRecordsResponse

This will return the SubmitRecordsRequest results.

Results

This is a string value containing the results of the SubmitRecordsRequest.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "Results":"string"


TransmissionReference

This is a string value that serves as a unique identifier for this set of records. It is returned as sent.
Protocol Syntax
JSON "TransmissionReference":"string"