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The following are recognized input fields that you can use in the input mapping for the Geocoder transform. The fields are listed alphabetically.

Name

Description

Country

The two-character ISO country code.

Latitude

A relative distance north or south of the equator, measured in 0-90 degrees.

Locality1--4

The city, town, or suburb and any additional related information.

Longitude

A relative distance east or west of the Greenwich meridian, measured in 0-180 degrees.

Option_Radius

The distance from a specified reference point used to identify an area in which matching records are located. The value of the Radius input field takes precedence over the value of the Default Radius option. The value of the Default Radius option is used only when the Radius input field is not mapped or is blank or NULL.
This setting is dynamic. If you change this setting, you do not have to terminate and reinitialize the transform in order for the new configuration to be recognized.

Option_Max_Records

The maximum number of records that can be returned. You can enter a number up to 100. A value greater than 0 outputs multiple results as XML to the Result_List output field rather than to individual output fields.
The value of the Max_Records input field takes precedence over the value of the Default Max Records option. The value of the Default Max Records option is only used if the Max_Records input field is not mapped or is blank or NULL.
This setting is dynamic. If you change this setting, you do not have to terminate and reinitialize the transform in order for the new configuration to be recognized.

POI_Name

The name of a point of interest, such as the Washington Monument.

POI_Type

The point-of-interest type expressed as a number; for example, for one vendor 5999 is historical monument. To return multiple point-of-interest types, concatenate POI type codes using a colon as a delimiter. For example, to return all schools (type 8211) and libraries (type 8231) within a defined area, you would enter:8211:8231
The POI types and their corresponding codes differ depending on the data vendor that you use. For a detailed list of available POI types, see the vendor-specific directory update.

Postcode1--2

The postal code and a secondary postal code, if available.

Primary_Name1--4

The street name.

Primary_Number

The premise number.

Primary_Postfix1

Abbreviated directional (N, S, NW, SE) that follows a street name.

Primary_Prefix1

Abbreviated directional (N, S, NW, SE) that precedes a street name.

Primary_Type1--4

Abbreviated type of primary name (St., Ave., or Pl.).

Region1--2

The region symbol of the state, province, or territory.

Search_Filter_Name

Search criteria for a point-of-interest name.

Search_Filter_Type

Search criteria for a point-of-interest type, expressed as a four-digit number; for example, for one vendor 5999 is historical monument. If you want to return an address only, enter ADDR. To return multiple point-of-interest types, concatenate POI type codes using a colon as a delimiter. For example, to return all schools (type 8211) and libraries (type 8231) within a defined area, you would enter:8211:8231
To return a point-of-interest type and its address, enter:5999:ADDR
The POI types and their corresponding codes differ depending on the data vendor that you use. For a detailed list of available POI types, see the vendor-specific directory update.


Geocoder Transform
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