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Input Information
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Select Key Type:
Your Key:

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Input Fields
Address:
Address2:
City:
State:
Postal Code:
 
Operation Used for this Lookup:
  • GetBestMatches (Recommended Operation)
    This is the newest, most robust Operation available for DOTS Address Validation – US 3. Returns parsed and validated address elements including Delivery Point Validation (DPV), Residential Delivery Indicator (RDI), and Suite data. GetBestMatches will attempt to validate the input address against a CASS approved engine, and make corrections where possible. Multiple address candidates may be returned if a definitive decision cannot be made by the service.
Other Operations Available:
  • ValidateAddressWithDPV
    Returns parsed and validated address elements including Delivery Point Validation.
  • ValidateAddressWithRDI
    Identical to the ValidateAddressWithDPV operation but also returns RDI (Residential Delivery Indicator) data in the form of the "IsResidential" output node. Returns parsed and validated address elements including Delivery Point Validation.
  • ValidateAddressWithSLK
    Identical to the ValidateAddressWithDPV operation but also accepts a business name in order to attempt to append Suite data. Also returns parsed and validated address elements including Delivery Point Validation.
  • GetPossibleMatches
    This operation is almost exactly like ValidateAddressWithFragments, but may return multiple address with fragments.
  • ValidateAddressSingleLine
    Often, users have addresses as a single line of data, which may or may not be separated by commas, slashes, spaces, etc. For this reason, ValidateAddressSingleLine behaves almost exactly like ValidateAddressWithFragments, but takes all of its input as a single field.
  • ValidateCityStateZip
    This operation will validate that a given city-state-zip validate together properly. The inputs can be marginally incorrect, and this operation will correct them. For instance, a combination with a valid city, slightly misspelled state, and totally incorrect zip code will be corrected to a valid city – state – zip code combination.
Output Fields
Address1 -
Address2 -
City -
State -
ZIP -
Is Residential -
DPV -
DPV Desc -
DPV Notes -
DPV Notes Desc -
Corrections -
Corrections Desc -
Barcode Digits -
Carrier Route -
Congress Code -
County Code -
County Name -
Fragment House -
Fragment Pre Dir -
Fragment Street -
Fragment Suffix -
Fragment Post Dir -
Fragment Unit -
Fragment -
FragmentPMB Prefix -
FragmentPMB Number -