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How to determine what type of input address would result in a P9OOCR code of N and a P9OCZP code of O when calling CODE-1 Plus C1MATCHx

Products Affected: CODE-1 Plus
Following is a description of P9OOCR and P9OCZP and how to determine what type of input address would result in a P9OOCR code of N and a P9OCZP code of O when calling CODE-1 Plus C1MATCHx:

P9OOCR - A 1-character code indicating the success or reason for failure of the final output city match attempt (trying to find the right city name for the ZIP Code determined):
 
• Blank — Input city/state matched.
• N — Not used.
• B — Input City is blank (could not be found).
• C — City/state mismatch.
• I — Input used, no cities available for ZIP.
• S — Spelling error(s) in input were corrected.
 
The only way an N can be returned in the P9OOCR field is when EWS (early warning system) is being used in conjunction with CODE-1 Plus (the General return code – P9OGRC – would be an E).
 
 

P9OCAO -  A 1-character code specifying the status of the output ZIP Code field, P9OCZP:
 
• A — P9OCZP contains a ZIP Code other than the original, due to the address match found.
• B — P9OCZP contains blanks; no match was available, and the original ZIP Code was blank.
• C — P9OCZP contains the original ZIP Code, which was confirmed by address match.
• I — P9OCZP contains blanks; no match was available, and the original ZIP Code was invalid.
• O — P9OCZP contains the original ZIP Code, because no address match was found.
• U — P9OCZP contains the original ZIP Code. The original ZIP Code was unique and did not correspond to the input city/state.
 
Any address entered with a valid street name, city/state and ZIP but an invalid house number will result in an O.
UPDATED:  August 29, 2017