Implementing “CLEAN Address” Address Validation Software at Oakland University. Topics. “CLEAN Address” Overview Benefits and features of “CLEAN Address” Error Messages Overriding Error Messages Demo/Examples. “CLEAN Address” Overview. Created by Runner Technologies “CLEAN Address” is:
Enforces the Banner address “rules”
remaining address is auto-completed to USPS standard
can be saved
Automatic Updates to AddressWhen there is only one possible choice, the correction is automatically made. The person entering the information does not need to make a decision.
This page shows the fields as typed. Note that the user has not yet tabbed out of the zip code field. When this is done, the information in Street Line 1 will be changed (along with populating the other address fields).
Clean Address Correction:
When the user “tabbed” out of the zip code field, Street Line 1 was updated with “N” and “St” per Clean Address standards.
The other address fields were populated as normal.
Street Number InvalidIn this case, the street number entered is not valid. A list of valid addresses is shown. When OK is clicked, the address is updated per the zip code (city, state, etc) but no change was made the street number. The user must make the appropriate change. Clean Address will allow the user to save the record even though it is not valid.
Multiple OptionsIn the picture below, there are 2 possible choices for 103 Gainsborough in Royal Oak, MI. There is a “N” and a “S.” The pop up box advises of the multiple matches. Again, the user can save the record as is – even with an incorrect address.
as a choice – just a range.
Click OK and 2nd box appears. Click OK and both boxes disappear. Address is changed to 7335The following error message screen appeared in SPAIDEN, under the Address tab, when Street Line 1 was incorrectly changed to 7335.
Click on OK
Choosing Yes on the Save changes box ignored the error message
Partial address can be entered error message
Errors can not be overridden in Self-Service error message