Input Parameters:

Output Fields:

Supported Web Service API Interfaces:
Web Service Method: ProcessQueryStringRequest (REST)
Request Format: Url QueryString, Protocols: HTTP GET, HTTPS GET, Response Formats: JSON, XML*
Example Server Path:
Sample QueryString Request:
Sample JSON Response:
{ "DtResponse":{ "RequestId":"", "ResultCount":"1", "ErrorMessage":"", "Result":[ { } ] } }
Sample Code:

Web Service Method: ProcessXmlRequest (SOAP)
Request Format: XML over SOAP, Protocols: HTTP POST, HTTPS POST, Response Formats: XML, JSON*
Example Server Path:
Sample XML Request:
<DtRequest Method=" DataTools.Capture.Address.Predictive.AuPaf.RetrieveAddress" />
Sample XML Response:
<DtResponse RequestId="" ResultCount="1" ErrorMessage=""> <Result /> </DtResponse>
SOAP Envelope: The XML request is passed through a single parameter in the SOAP envelope <DtXmlRequest>. Where the development language requires the SOAP envelope contents to be defined manually, the additional step of encoding the Dt XML Request is required. The encoding required needs to transform "<" of the DtRequest to "&lt;" and ">" to "&gt;". See example below. 
Sample SOAP Envelope:
<soapenv:Envelope xmlns:soapenv="" xmlns:tem=""> <soapenv:Header/> <soapenv:Body> <tem:ProcessXmlRequest> <!--Optional:--> <tem:DtXmlRequest> &lt;DtRequest Method=" DataTools.Capture.Address.Predictive.AuPaf.RetrieveAddress" /&gt; </tem:DtXmlRequest> </tem:ProcessXmlRequest> </soapenv:Body> </soapenv:Envelope>
Batching Requests: Use the <DtRequests> (plural) tag to send through multiple requests in a single transaction.
<DtRequest Method=" DataTools.Capture.Address.Predictive.AuPaf.RetrieveAddress" />
<DtRequest Method=" DataTools.Capture.Address.Predictive.AuPaf.RetrieveAddress" />
Sample Code:

* Add the additional input parameter "OutputFormat=json" or "OutputFormat=xml" to change the response format from default.
* Add the additional input parameter "callback" to convert JSON responses to JSONP responses for across domains support.
  CORS header included where callback is not defined.

Please Note:
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