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Address Data Members

Address Data Members

Address Data Members

The following table lists and describes the data members of the Address object. The Address Object Data Members appear in the table below.

Data Members

Data Type

Description

addr1

string

The first address line.

addr2

string

The second, auxiliary address line.

addr3

string

The third, auxiliary address line.

city

string

The city of the customer’s address.

country

string

Specifies the geographical region for the customer’s address. country is the ISO-3166-1 two-letter code for the country (for example, US, GB, or FR), for which CashBox computes sales tax.

county

string

The county of the customer’s address if known.

district

string

The state, province, or district of the customer’s address.

fax

string

The customer’s fax number.

latitude

decimal

The customer’s latitude as a signed decimal. In some cases, Vindicia fills in this field.

longitude

decimal

The customer’s longitude as a signed decimal. In some cases, Vindicia fills in this field.

name

string

The customer’s full name. (256 character limit.)

phone

string

The customer’s preferred phone number.

postalCode

string

The postal code of the customer’s address.

Note Your payment processor may limit this field to 9 characters.

VID

string

Vindicia's Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) for this object. When creating a new Address object, leave this field blank; it will be automatically populated by CashBox.

When creating a new Address object, do not specify a VID when you call the update() method for Address. CashBox will generate a VID, and return it in the resultant Address object.

To link an Address object to an Account object, call the Account.setShippingAddress() method. You can also construct an Address object without an explicit update() call. For example, if you create an Account object with its update() method, and specify the shippingAddress attribute without specifying a VID, the call will automatically create a new Address object.

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